Friday, October 19, 2007

Immigration places huge strain on public services

The truth is finally coming out. The government has admitted that immigration is placing a huge strain on our public services.

Crime is up, schools are struggling to cope with Eastern European children, community tensions are rising, health services are coming under enormous pressure and house prices are being driven up, the Government said. Immigration also costs every household £350 per year.

Rather than actually stopping immigration from Eastern Europe where most of the immigrants are coming from the government want to stop anymore coming from outside Europe and allow more and more Eastern Europeans into this country even though they are the ones who are the cause of the community tension and the cause of the strain on public services.

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