Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Is migration managed?

GORDON Brown repeatedly dodged questions yesterday about whether the level of mass immigration under Labour is too high.

The Prime Minister was asked six times during an interview on BBC television whether he thought the current influx of newcomers was good for Britain.

But he consistently decl-ined to give a straight “yes” or “no” answer to interviewer Andrew Marr.

Gordon Brown knows that immigration is too high and the only thing he is going to do about it is build 240,000 new homes a year and concrete over our countryside.

Mr Brown said Labour’s policy was one of “managed migration”, again refusing to discuss numbers. When are we going to see this policy in action? We haven’t seen it so far. Infact they are discussing having an amnesty. That isn’t managing anything.


alanorei said...

Again, the comments are interesting. 90% sound like BNP members, though they probably aren't (as yet).

And this is the Daily Express, not the Daily Mail.

Man in a Shed said...

You can't manage what you don't, won't and perhaps can't measure.

youdontknowme said...

You are right but the government isn't even making any real attempt at trying to measure numbers.