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    But it does need a single immigration test.

    If you can Swim the Channel then your in and a citizen because you have shown you are determined and have conquered something that few people have.

    This option is cheaper than a wall and can determine between the immigrants that JUST COME HERE and those that TRULY WANT TO BE HERE.

    Those doubting it is impossible to swim the channel:
    Some people have gone 1 way and back with no stop!

    Proof of possibility:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...annel_swimmers
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    Yeah, then we can kick people like you, who can't swim the channel, out of the UK.
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    Yeah, let's let tons of migrants and children drown trying to build a future we got handed to us, it's their own fault if they get tired and drown, they just didn't want it enough..

    It's too early in the morning for this ****
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    (Original post by FightToWin)
    Yeah, let's let tons of migrants and children drown trying to build a future we got handed to us, it's their own fault if they get tired and drown, they just didn't want it enough..

    It's too early in the morning for this ****
    Our ancestors had to get here. How do you think the earliest citizens got here and settled here?

    It's just how things work. Modern times make things seem ridiculous but it is possible to swim the channel.
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    (Original post by 2016_GCSE)
    Our ancestors had to get here. How do you think the earliest citizens got here and settled here?

    It's just how things work. Modern times make things seem ridiculous but it is possible to swim the channel.
    They didn't swim across the bloody channel.
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    (Original post by 2016_GCSE)
    But it does need a single immigration test.

    If you can Swim the Channel then your in and a citizen because you have shown you are determined and have conquered something that few people have.

    This option is cheaper than a wall and can determine between the immigrants that JUST COME HERE and those that TRULY WANT TO BE HERE.

    Those doubting it is impossible to swim the channel:
    Some people have gone 1 way and back with no stop!

    Proof of possibility:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...annel_swimmers
    I just give up...
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    (Original post by Luneth)
    They didn't swim across the bloody channel.
    So how did the first settlers get here???
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    (Original post by 2016_GCSE)
    Our ancestors had to get here. How do you think the earliest citizens got here and settled here?

    It's just how things work. Modern times make things seem ridiculous but it is possible to swim the channel.
    You're joking right?
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    (Original post by cbreef)
    You're joking right?
    People have swam the channel....

    I provided evidence earlier.
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    (Original post by _gcx)
    I just give up...
    Same here. He/she is wrong on the point that Britain doesn't care about immigration and this "wall" idea and is still wrong again on migrants swimming across the Channel or whatever nonsense I'm hearing. CBA anymore ...
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    We need the tough sporting genes of anyone who can swim here. Full citizenship in such circumstances should be granted automatically, via a special greeting committee on the beach, with a marching band and a nice warm bathrobe.
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    (Original post by 2016_GCSE)
    So how did the first settlers get here???
    The world was once one landmass called Pangaea. The world's oceans was also once covered in ice so people can walk across it... it's how people got to North America, by crossing the Bering Strait when it was frozen...
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    Judging by this thread, People really want a wall still...
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    (Original post by 2016_GCSE)
    Our ancestors had to get here. How do you think the earliest citizens got here and settled here?

    It's just how things work. Modern times make things seem ridiculous but it is possible to swim the channel.
    There was a land-bridge that our ancestors travelled across, which is now submerged.

    "Doggerland" - for those who want to google it :P
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    (Original post by _gcx)
    There was a land-bridge that our ancestors travelled across. They since parted into "islands".
    PRSOM!
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    (Original post by 2016_GCSE)
    Our ancestors had to get here. How do you think the earliest citizens got here and settled here?
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    (Original post by 2016_GCSE)
    Judging by this thread, People really want a wall still...
    Really? Go and have a proper read of the comments on the other thread and this thread and we'll see ...
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    (Original post by A Mysterious Lord)
    Maybe a bit of both lel
 
 
 
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