Sunday, September 09, 2007

Labour to deal with immigration the wrong way (2?)

Gordon Brown is set to announce tighter controls on would-be migrants coming to work in the
UK, in a move which could cut arrivals by 35,000 a year.

The Prime Minister will say that tens of thousands more migrant workers must pass English language tests before coming to the UK.

The controversial clampdown, to be unveiled in a speech to the TUC annual conference in Brighton on Monday, will affect skilled workers from outside the European Union, the Sunday Telegraph revealed.

Labour said something similar 11 months ago and nothing has been done. This is nothing but a lie. If they were serious they would have started months ago.

They are going about it all wrong anyway. EU immigrants are the main problem. If anything we should be putting limits on EU immigrants but we aren’t allowed to do that because the EU says so.

No comments: