Friday, June 13, 2008

Most immigrants here to stay

The majority of the two million immigrants to Britain since 1991 are here to stay, according to an analysis of official figures.

Most new arrivals come from 'Third World' areas such as Africa and India.

According to the Migrationwatch think-tank, which provided the analysis, people from this group are less likely to return home.

Only 8 per cent of immigrants between 1991 and 2006 came from the new European Union nations of Eastern Europe. They are entitled to move freely between the UK and their home country.

Labour don’t like to hear that their lies are no longer believed and they don’t like to hear immigrants give no benefit to this country at all. The House of Lords slapped down every single argument to justify immigration and the government decides they don’t want to hear it and that no amount of facts will get them out of their dream land.

1 comment:

Samson Dada said...

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