Migration Watch slam British government for failing to bring down non-EU migration

A pressure group called Migration Watch UK have slammed the British government for not reducing non-EU migration as well as calling for more sensible polices on the border. 

The overall figures for the year ending in March in terms of non-EU migration has surged to  235,000. The campaign group, Migration Watch say the British government have not brought the migration statistics down whilst having the capability to do it. 

 

Migration Watch UK, claim that the Treasury:

“Have long favoured continued immigration simply to boost the overall size of the economy regardless of the impact on wider society and despite the absence of evidence for the UK of any significant benefit to GDP per head”.

 

 

Migration Watch UK Chairman Lord Green, blasted:

“So why has non-EU migration risen while much of the focus is on EU migration and Brexit? The answer is that the government have taken their eye off the ball, indeed they have been asleep at the switch. Nearly three-quarters of non-British net migration comes from outside the EU yet they are doing nothing about reducing it. It is high time that the new Home Secretary got into gear.”

 

Who wants mass migration to increase? Big business and universities, because they make vast sums of money out of the current situation we find ourselves in. This does not generally benefit normal working-class people going about their day.

 

The pressure group are demanding that the border receive more financial aide and to take a firmer approach on policing the border. They believe all visa applicants that are students should undergo interviews, English tests in terms of language capabilities and a financial test for relatives alongside other requirements.

 

Brits voted to take back control of their borders and to end the mantra of mass uncontrolled migration. The public have heard time and time again, how the government are committed to reducing immigration numbers down to the tens of thousands. It never happens.

 

 

 

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460,000 houses are going to be built upon Green Belt as mass uncontrolled immigration surges

There has been a brand-new report which reveals the true extent of the erosion of our Green Belt, it tells us that near half a million new houses will be built on land that will be stripped from the Green Belt.

A pressure group called,  Campaign to Protect Rural England’s reveals via a report that unaffordable houses have risen from 72% to 78% just last year.

This is no coincidence that this comes as mass uncontrolled immigration surges in the UK, ONS figures show us that there was 280,000 last year in net migration.

There is an independent organisation which is wholly opposed to mass immigration, Migration Watch UK which took to Twitter to respond, by claiming;   “Before allowing yet more building on our treasured green belt, the government should do much more to honour its promises & reduce the level of net migration which, in 2017, was at the 3rd highest level for a calendar year in a decade.”

British Prime Minister, Theresa May claimed earlier this year;  ‘the answer to our housing crisis does not lie in tearing up the green belt’.

Drastically reducing the numbers of people coming in and ending the mantra of mass uncontrolled immigration  will do a lot to aide the UK in solving the housing crisis, the establishment politicos do not give a damn…

 

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Migration Watch UK: Claim ‘More Then 1 Million EU Migrants Could Move To The UK During Transition Period’

The British people voted to re-gain control of our borders. Migration Watch UK claim that more then one million citizens from the EU could in fact move to the UK during the 2-year Brexit ‘Transition Period’ in a report.

And if the United Kingdom remained in this ‘Transitional Period’ for 3-years, the numbers could surge to 1.5 million the report claimed. With vital services like housing, the NHS and schools stretched to near max-capacity  this is a dangerous possibility indeed.

The report states: “A transition period of two years during which EU nationals could continue not only to move freely to the UK but also to qualify after five years for permanent residence could increase the pool of EU nationals over whom the UK has no immigration control by as many as a million people.

“The total could be as many as 1.5 million if there is a three-year transition period from 2019 until 2022.”

Another arguably obvious point the report makes is: “Freedom of movement is likely to continue for the duration of the transition period.

“However, in her statement in the House of Commons on 18 December 2017, the Prime Minister noted that, during the transition period, the UK government intends to register new arrivals from the EU as preparation for our future immigration system. This echoes provisions described in leaked draft post-Brexit immigration proposals published in the press in September 2017.”

The danger is this could have real major impacts on the UK because the families of these migrants could be allowed into the UK as well.

The report also said: “the House of Commons Home Affairs Committee has indicated, there is also the danger of a last-minute rush from the EU to the UK during such a period”.

The United Kingdom is becoming a mass-migration haven and until the government serves the will of the people of Britain and tells the EU where to go this will not change.

The 17.4 million Brexiteers voted to protect the UK from mass-migration and the government are not listening.

 

 

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