Yes, Mass migration results in a larger labour pool which means lower wages while on the other side it increases demand for housing which keeps property prices increasing. This suits the conservative upper class. It may be labour's fault and they may be the main group pushing for it but the current version of the conservative party are not going to change it.This ,as Orwell predicted, is the paradox .
The Labour party, aka so called People Party, want mass immigration for votes /votes = power , however, mass migration produces a surplus of workers, with most coming from the poorer EU Countries/new Europeans, who are prepared to work for lower wages , which keeps wages of the British workers down aka the Capitalist wet dream .. .. somehow, it took the as yet unfulfilled promises of a Tory/Capitalist Government and the collapse of the Labour Red Wall to start the process to stop this mass immigration happening.. TBC!
There's absolutely no reason why the Tory's won't revert to form when the time is right for them, meaning the current cluster **** that is the British Labour Party, has betrayed the UK masses yet again and shows no sign of any fundamental rethink on how to do the best for its's people . ...mainly because not one of them has the ears of the people due to their utterly pathetic nonsensical ideology .
The future will be 'Interesting'.
What we have seen so far from them does not even begin to scratch the surface of dealing with the problem. I believe that Priti Patel wants to reduce immigration,pulling the ladder up so to speak but she cant. I believe that Dominic Raab wants to reduce it too but I dont think that Boris does. Boris is an internationalist and he thinks that the economic benefits outweigh the social destruction that it causes.
None of them live in the midst of it, grinding out a life in increasingly foreign country. I have Poles living ether side of me and all the way down the street. Neighbours rarely talk to each other round here but when they do it's in Polish. The first language has become Polish within 10 years. In other boroughs, it's urdu or arabic. A ten minute walk from my Polish neighbourhood in London and it's mostly arabic. A guy said hello to me yesterday by smiling at saying "salaam" to me.
It's time to leave London, this time for good. I'm abandoning ship to try to find somewhere in England that still contains English people. With the economic downturn set to kick in any time now, i expect a lot of the more flexible poles and Romanians to leave when they cant find easy work but they have been here so long that many of them are staying and wont be going anywhere, they have kids here.