It’s the daily rags like this gives a bad name to decent citizens who are from migrant backgrounds who helped to fight against fascism and racism to help build this great country of ours as UK was built on migrant labor which other people did not want to take up the job in the first place. So in effect can anybody blame us from taking up jobs that you can not fill in the market?
Oh we might as well bring back the racist vans GO Home whilst we are at it why not go a bit further like to drive our us Black and Ethnic Minorities all of the UK and let’s all vote for another coalition government to run this country like UKIP and BNP coalition. I’m sure that the daily express will do a wonderful job of promoting it.
I have yet to see the daily express has anything decent to mention about us foreigners who continue to build this country by introducing more investments from China, Europe, India, and USA to name a few. Oh what a lark has it become one wonders if one has opened up a can of worms as one never seize to amaze.
The moral of the story is if you agree that foreigners has contributed and invested to our country which the Tory government sold off our public utilities during the 1970s to early 1990s and let’s take a look at reason why foreign companies brought most of our manufacturing and public utilities see below for a short history.
Here is more scaremongering stories:
One in three jobs currently advertised with the country’s leading recruiter – 28,577 out of 87,786 – is based in Britain.
Experts at Migration Watch believe around 50,000 a year will arrive for the next five years.
Peter Bone, Tory MP for Wellingborough – which already has a huge eastern European population – said: “This is a catastrophe about to happen and we need to stop it. Not only will Britons lose out on work but it will create social tensions.
Most of the jobs advertised are for skilled staff in healthcare, tourism, agriculture and childcare. But there are adverts for jobs unskilled Britons could do including taxi drivers, trainee managers for a burger chain and care assistants.
Romanians can earn higher wages in this country compared to other EU states, and also get access to Britain’s welfare state and social housing system.
On 31 october 2013 in Bucharest, the Romanian capital, locals told how they are already planning to journey to Britain in 2014.
Plumber Munteanu Dumitru, 32, said: “My girlfriend and I have been told there are lots of jobs. Once work restrictions are lifted we hope to go to the UK and make a new life.”
Nurse Gabriela Teodorescu said: “I have seen adverts for jobs in the UK and the pay and conditions are so much better. I think England is a better place to settle and have my family.”
98% demand a ban on new migrants as thousands support our Crusade
THE Crusade launched by the Daily Express yesterday to prevent a new surge of European immigration to Britain has already won massive support.
Our telephone switchboard and website were also inundated with expressions of support. And in a further indication of the strength of public opposition to large-scale immigration, 98 per cent of readers taking part in a snap Daily Express phone poll agreed that Britain “should close its borders to ALL new migrants”.
Strict controls on EU migrants are due to lapse at midnight on December 31.
Prime Minister David Cameron says that we are obliged like other European Union member states to lift these restrictions.
They were imposed when Bulgaria and Romania joined the EU in 2007 and were designed to put a strict limit on their citizens’ rights to work here.
But campaigners estimate that as many as 70,000 a year could move here from the two countries once the controls are lifted.
Our petition urges Mr Cameron to defy the EU and insist that Britain will keep the restrictions in place.
On 31 October2013, the Prime Minister’s official spokesman indicated that although Mr Cameron firmly believed it was right to put the controls in place in 2007, he did not see any scope for extending them beyond the New Year deadline.
The spokesman said: “They are transitional controls and they do come to an end.”
Stressing the Government had acted to reduce the pressures of immigration, he added: “The Prime Minster would say that more widely we need to bring net migration down. And we have a policy as a Government of doing that.”
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg was yesterday challenged over our campaign during his weekly LBC 97.3 Radio phone-in show.
A string of callers backed the Daily Express on immigration.
One caller to Mr Clegg’s show asked: “What is the Government actually going to do about immigration?
“Could we have a straight answer as to why the loophole hasn’t been closed down, why the numbers have not been reduced, what is actually going on? What are Brussels not allowing you to do?”
The europhile Lib Dem leader said he was aware of people’s concerns but suggested they were misplaced.
He claimed the scale of Romanian and Bulgarian arrivals would be nowhere near the massive numbers of eastern Europeans who came when their countries joined the EU in 2004, and the Labour government put no limits in place.
Nick Ferrari, host of the “Call Clegg” phone-on show, then directly challenged the Deputy PM on air about our Crusade. Mr Clegg insisted the Government had cut net immigration by about a third and made some “very, very significant changes” to the system.
He added: “What I want to see is an immigration system that means that we are open to people that come to this country, that want to help out and want to work, and want to pay their taxes, want to play by the rules.
“Our public services depend on people coming to this country. The NHS would collapse overnight if we simply pulled up the drawbridge, and we should continue to give British citizens the freedom to go, as they do actually in very large numbers, to live elsewhere.
“So you can’t suddenly just put up a barrier but it’s got to be done in a way which is administratively competent and that people have confidence in.”
Mr Ferrari pressed Mr Clegg on whether he agreed with estimates that up to 70,000 Romanians and Bulgarians a year would flood into Britain.
The Deputy PM said he did not know and that the Government had no intention of repeating Labour’s mistake of issuing inaccurate forecasts.
He conceded: “I don’t want to deny people’s concern. It’s palpable. A lot of people have raised it with me.
Tory MP Peter Bone’s Private Member’s Bill calling for the restrictions on Bulgarian and Romanian immigration to remain in force, is due for its Second Reading on November 29.
Mr Bone said yesterday: “I am absolutely 100 per cent behind the Daily Express campaign. It ties in entirely with my Bill.
“Once again the Daily Express is speaking for the British people.”