A very good point.Immigration questions.
How many Yazidis did we save from attempted genocide? (Not enough).
How many iphone toting, face shielding IS fanatics did we allow in? (One was too many).
How many convicted violent criminals were we allegedly compelled to allow in? (One was too many).
Can archbishops tell the difference?
Freedom of speech, thought and belief are under assault. These are things that were highly valued by others who fled here for freedom from persecution, torture and murder. If the UK or an SNP Scotland for that matter, were to become hostile to your freedoms, where would you consider fleeing to for asylum?
I accept the some of the answers may be quite ironic given recent history (Say within the last 150 years?)
To be replaced by?...Why the hell are government won’t take much harder line, I really have no idea.
It will probably cost them power.
Brutal Attack, WhiteLaw and No Remorse must be shitting themselves at the thought of these lot turning up to oppose one of their gigs.Sorry looking bunch, probably fully paid up to CND, Extinction, local Hunt Sabs, Badger watch, militant vegi's, numerous uman wights groups and any Saturday rent a mob you can find.
First thing I would do is take all mobile devices from the illegal immigrants.Posted earlier was the fact that 4,000 crossed their own personal Red Sea on 300 boats (this year so far) to their Chosen Land with only 155 currently returned.
When it is 3,845 returned and 155 allowed to stay they may then stop paying up to €15,000 a go, and they may even get that very same message.
Until that happens, then get used to the idea that there is a whole industry in the UK dedicated to bringing them over, housing them and tailoring their particular story to the current tale of woe to the current country of woe.
Some allegedly professional people are on very serious money once their clients are within the UK and availing themselves of legal services.
The UK is a stronger magnet to them than France, and they are not coming over to play cricket.
Why should we give the government a second chance? Priti’s talk of ‘legislative barriers’ is deflective nonsense. The government has an enormous majority and can amend/introduce any law it wants to. Once it’s law, then there can also be no legal challenge to thwart the government’s plans.To be replaced by?
I have a feeling Mr Farage may have to come out of retirement AGAIN to bump the govt into getting their collective finger out and doing their job. Will the British public give the current govt yet another chance to get it right, or will the mood be for the conservatives to just get out of the way and let Nigel clean up their mess?