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acmold
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Mass immigration


Suely the Premier League has the highest percentage of "immigrants" of any organisation in the UK.


buncranaboy
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No I want it controlled

Just bear that in mind when you're necking your German beer whilst washing down your curry, chow mein or kebab


garethwrexy
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It be for community's over run with immigrants, yes some immigration has been good for this country but the Labour Party when came to power encouraged it and still in. A mess all these years later, but hope is on the horizon with brexit



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So Wolfie Corbyn decides to weigh into the immigration debate with a plea to ensure that Immigrant Workers are not exploited.

Mmmm that should go down well with Labour supporters in the North.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/...uk-politics-38561501

What an irrelevance JC and his supporters have become. Not to mention the Labour Party. Unsure


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It be for community's over run with immigrants, yes some immigration has been good for this country but the Labour Party when came to power encouraged it and still in. A mess all these years later, but hope is on the horizon with brexit


Careful Gareth, if Wales threw out immigrants you'd be on your bike Tongue


acmold
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If any communities really are overun by immigrants where are they from?. If they are from non EU countries Brexit is basically irrelevant. Immigration from non EU countries may well rise in the future and maybe those claiming benefits as well.


jrev61
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If any communities really are overun by immigrants where are they from?. If they are from non EU countries Brexit is basically irrelevant. Immigration from non EU countries may well rise in the future and maybe those claiming benefits as well.


A recent government report showed that generally speaking EU immigrants are good for the country as they pay taxes and do not receive much in benefits. This does not apply to many from Africa and the Middle East who often claim more in benefits than they pay in tax, especially those who have large families.
Gareth is obviously under the impression that wages will raise in the building industry if immigrants are sent home. In this he is sadly deluded as a major recession would probably happen as a result and also because Poles would be replaced by Irish workers. The agreement on free movement between Ireland and the UK goes back to long before the EU and I assume would continue.



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Isaac
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Hopefully we won't have convicted murderers like this entering the country unhindered.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDuAsuTOapM


colpic
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Hopefully we won't have convicted murderers like this entering the country unhindered.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDuAsuTOapM


This highlights the kind of issues that the police have to deal with. They aren't perfect but they deserve more respect than they get.

However, to focus on your point, I'm probably missing something here but I can't see anywhere that this man is a foreign national. In the sentencing report, there is no recommendation for deportation action to be taken which would be the norm in such cases. Is he someone who is subject to control under the Immigration Act? He could just as easily be a British Citizen from what I have read. Grateful if you could clarify this.



Where's the 'ignore this poster' button?


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I can't see anywhere that this man is a foreign national.

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Afghan-born Dutch citizen Piruz.





From July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019 = 13 / 13 / 0. (You know my rules) @ 15 /07 /2018.
Benelux. B = 0-0-0- ( 0-0-0 ) - ( 2-1-2-2 ) . Lux = 0-0. Neth = 0-0-0 - ( 7 - 3 ).


Isaac
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Hopefully we won't have convicted murderers like this entering the country unhindered.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDuAsuTOapM


This highlights the kind of issues that the police have to deal with. They aren't perfect but they deserve more respect than they get.

However, to focus on your point, I'm probably missing something here but I can't see anywhere that this man is a foreign national. In the sentencing report, there is no recommendation for deportation action to be taken which would be the norm in such cases. Is he someone who is subject to control under the Immigration Act? He could just as easily be a British Citizen from what I have read. Grateful if you could clarify this.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-38614563

He sounds like a real charmer!


jon b
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I've always struggled to take seriously Zombie Movies or TV shows but after seeing Blair lurch back on to the political stage…….


garethwrexy
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Big week for the uk next week



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PaulC
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Big week for the uk next week


Yes. We have April Fools Day.


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Big week for the uk next week


Yes. We have April Fools Day.


It's things like this that really make me wish we could upvote posts on the forum.


Ronsdog
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Despite all the doom laden warnings of impending economic catastrophe that will befall the UK as we exit the EU there is reason to be optimistic.....http://www.msn.com/...zation_enabled:false


PaulC
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Big week for the uk next week


Yes. Clocks go back 45 years.


Ronsdog
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Yes. Clocks go back 45 years.


If only.....we would still be members of the European Economic Community and not enmeshed within a political Europen Union.

Happily we WILL soon escape the clutches of the Eurocrats and their anti free trade club.


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garethwrexy
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People need to start accepting we on the start of the process of going out of the Eu, remain need to shut up



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MrTangerineMan
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Sadly, whilst most Remainers can at least begrudgingly accept that we are leaving, there are many who will not shut up.

The thing which I find strange is that we survived as an independent island for 1972 years CE and now we are leaving the EU somehow the Cracken is going to be released upon us according to 'experts'.

These 'experts' have been wrong on just about everything, so I'm pretty sure the UK will be alright in the end.


garethwrexy
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There won't be mass employment when we leave this country could thrive, this will make the uk great again



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dottirofhod
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Maybe.




From July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019 = 13 / 13 / 0. (You know my rules) @ 15 /07 /2018.
Benelux. B = 0-0-0- ( 0-0-0 ) - ( 2-1-2-2 ) . Lux = 0-0. Neth = 0-0-0 - ( 7 - 3 ).


windydcfc
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If we wanted real independence, then there are a more organisation than the EU that we'd have to leave. WTO, NATO etc.....


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There won't be mass employment when we leave


Possibly the most Freudian EU-related typo I have seen.


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People need to start accepting we on the start of the process of going out of the Eu, remain need to shut up


Why should anyone have to shut up about something they think is wrong? Would you have shut up about wanting to leave if remain had won?

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