You would expect that leaving the European Union would result in lower immigration, and you would be correct…if it wasn’t for one small problem.
The government is committed to bringing down immigration once Britain leaves the European Union and all that comes with it (the Single Market and the Customs Union).
However, despite having the power to control who is allowed into the country, we still may witness high levels of immigration.
Home Office senior officials have said they would not be able to create a separate system to register exiting EU citizens and new arrivals by March next year.
The UK is set to leave the EU march next year.
One source said: “Rightly the focus has been on registering the three million nationals who are already here, and while that has been progressing well there is still a lot of work to do.
“The work has barely begun and I don’t think anyone has any confidence that such a new system can be ready for March next year.”
To sum things up, the immigration system used to keep track and monitor migrants in the UK will not be ready for when the UK leaves the EU. Great…
It makes you think if the government does this on purpose just to continue the sky high immigration numbers.
Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg said: “If this were true it would be a sad admission of incompetence at the Home Office and it would be hard to believe that someone as efficient as Amber Rudd would accept such a sorry state of affairs.”
BBC attacks ‘British Christians’ for being concerned about mass immigration
Once again, the BBC has demonstrated that it has a supreme level of contempt for millions of its licence fee payers by attacking ‘British Christians’ for showing concerns about mass immigration into the United Kingdom.
During a discussion on its flagship breakfast morning show on BBC One, it was suggested on a number of occasions that tightening border controls is somehow ‘incompatible’ with Christianity, and the background for the segment was a study revealing that nine in ten British Christians are concerned about current levels of immigration.
According to a report on Breitbart:
The BBC has attacked Anglicans after a study revealed that nearly nine out of 10 want immigration levels “reduced”, claiming that Christianity demands support for open borders.
In a segment reporting a University of Bristol study which found 87 per cent of Anglicans think there is too much immigration to Britain, BBC Breakfast featured religious leaders who said Christians should be reeducated so that they back mass migration.
“One of the main tenets of Christianity is friendship to your neighbour,” presenter Dan Walker proclaimed on Sunday, before raising his eyebrows and adding in worried tones: “But new analysis seen by the BBC suggests that the vast majority of [Anglicans] are opposed to immigration!”
While neglecting to explain what welcoming one’s neighbour has to do with embracing uncontrolled mass migration from across the globe, the publicly-funded media organ implied throughout its segment that supporting border controls is incompatible with Christianity.
The fact that elder religious members have got in on the action as well is also a cause for concern, as our publicly-owned broadcaster is reinforcing the message that it is unacceptable to even express concern about immigration.
This seems laughable when it is so well-known that the 2016 referendum result was heavily affected by immigrations concerns.
However, the comedic value is somewhat lost when you remember that many of the people reading this blog are paying a hefty sum every year to support the BBC and its output, and not through choice!