Add to that the extra cars on the roads, passengers on trains and the extra people using schools and hospitals, and you have a need for more space on an island that doesn't have any, and a need to invest capital at a time when we urgently seek to get our debts down.
Immigration won't change after Brexit Watch
- 29-06-2016 14:50
- 29-06-2016 16:53
Lol nice replies guys thanks for your consideration. I actually know the arguments and just finished A Level politics so I know how the EU works and yes I did vote.
I only asked for some clarification of what the actual problem is with immigration in this country, since every other country in the world has immigration too so. Looks like Tusk and Juncker are maintaining their firm position on the UK complying to free movement of people.
So whatever you can be rude and ignorant to other people if you want just accept it when people eventually stop caring about what you have to say.
(Original post by nulli tertius)
- 29-06-2016 20:01
I am not underestimating the anger but how does Farage prevent himself being dragged ever further rightwards towards oblivion? Europe is his anchor as well as his obsession.
Since we will never break all ties with the EU, and the nature of the EU won't change, this can be dragged out indefinitely.
Perhaps - probably - with less success.