The British National Party's criticism of the government's handling of the immigration crisis was vindicated recently as the Home Office has admitted that tens of thousands of asylum seekers whereabouts cannot be traced with a further estimated 450,000 asylum cases unresolved.
According to the Home Affairs Select Committee it is expected some 61,000 cases will have to be closed because the asylum seekers cannot be traced.
In 2006 the Home Office admitted to a backlog of around 450,000 asylum applications of which none had been resolved.
This means that there are literally hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers in Britain who will never be located. This figure only included asylum applications that the Home Office were aware of and does not include figures for illegal immigration into Britain.
According to the report Britain is heading for another asylum seeker backlog-crisis because only six in ten new asylum cases are being resolved within the government target period of six months.
The report said: "While we agree that the UK Border Agency should not spend unlimited time trying to track down missing applicants, we are concerned about the high proportion of cases which will be left, in effect, in limbo.
"Again, this points to the vital need to deal with cases as expeditiously as possible and not to let backlogs grow."
In related news it recently became apparent that Britain's membership of the European Union (EU) made it impossible for Britain to resist immigration to Britain when the immigrant originated from within the European Economic Area (EEA) due to the regulations set forth by the EU.
Another loophole that allows non-EEA immigration into Britain is because non-EEA immigration includes families being reunited with relations from abroad. This means that due to human rights regulations that prevent the breaking up of families, the British people are forced to accept these immigrants due to a technical loophole.
It has been revealed that if Turkey gains admission to the EU and becomes a member of the EEA. they will be eligible to take advantage of the EEA principle of 'freedom of movement' which means that Turkish citizens will be able to legally enter Britain.
Turkey has a population of 73 million, of whom 99 percent are Sunni Muslim.
Only the British National Party can end the immigrant/asylum invasion into Britain.
The admission by the government that it has lost control of the immigration problem reveals that they are incapable of dealing with the immigration crisis and that in reality they have no intention of dealing with the issue.
The British National Party would close the borders, invest in tighter border controls, take a zero tolerance approach to illegal immigrants currently hiding in Britain and withdraw from the EU to ensure that Britain has no obligation to accept migrants from within the EEA.