The British National Party exposed on this site on 18th September 2011 how Salford schools had taken a battering from mass immigration and the baby boom that soon followed behind it.
The Left wing rag of a paper,Manchester Evening News, has now belatedly run a headline report to the same effect.
It has reported how schools in Greater Manchester have now run out of spaces, makeshift portable cabins will now be drafted in, along with old classrooms reopened to keep children in school because of the rocketing numbers of immigrants pouring into the country.
The four worst effected places, Salford, Manchester, Trafford and Stockport, have closed its doors at many primary schools and head teachers are refusing to take more children in,stating we are full to bursting point.
Salford schools now have to spend a massive £500,000 to draft in the use of portable cabins to keep up with demands and help accommodate a further 700 pupils.
John Merry, failed Labour mayoral candidate, who was stabbed in the back by his own party, stated "an extra ten schools were required to create a further 4200 predicted newcomers to keep up with demands".
Senior council officials say John Merry’s prediction is a 'dark act, and quite scary'.
Gary Tumulty, Salford British National Party Organiser, tells the reporters "The Manchester Evening News is reporting old news and stealing our findings. We report it how it is, we all know what the Labour Party are doing, importing foreigners to gerrymander for votes.
"British children should come first, we should never deny them an education, close the borders fast, time is running out, we cannot handle the flood of immigrants washing up here and draining our services"" Gary concluded.