Immigration debate: MP's reaction 'too late'
ONCE again the Conservative Party, in the form of Mr Malcolm Moss, MP, has reacted all too late. I, and the party I represent (UKIP) have been saying the exact words for many a long month. I, personally, have stated in your paper, and I quote You cannot
ONCE again the Conservative Party, in the form of Mr Malcolm Moss, MP, has reacted all too late. I, and the party I represent (UKIP) have been saying the exact words for many a long month.
I, personally, have stated in your paper, and I quote 'You cannot get more than a pint in a pint pot and Great Britain is a pint pot that is overflowing'. This is not racism, this is common sense. Both Mr Jeffrey Titford, MEP, and Mr Tom Wise, MEP, have stated the same over and over again.
Unfortunately, the answer is not in the seven year period over which we will have control and then we will have to revert to status, i.e., a satellite of the greater European glory and again hand over control of our Borders to Brussels. Is there any doubt that in seven years' time the situation will not be as bad, if not worse, than it is today.
We, as a small country, cannot continue taking in hundreds of thousands of immigrants regardless of race, colour or creed and again I emphasise this is not racism, this is common sense. We must divorce ourselves from the European Union and take back control of our own Borders indefinitely.
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