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Migration Watch
The inconvenient truth the leaders were reluctant to address during the recent BBC election debate... 😬
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Honest&Fair Renato Dec 13
Replying to @MigrationWatch
There's no connection between more immigrants and more stress on the NHS. The opposite is in fact true: most overseas UK citizens are young thus they are contributing to the system with their taxes whilst not needing medical care as much as the "UK ageing population" (your words)
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Migration Watch Dec 14
Replying to @renatoarmandola
No immigration is an overall annual cost to public finances - £4.3bn in 2016/17
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Andrew Dec 8
Absolutely we should be putting much more emphasis on training our own doctors and nurses. It is interesting though how these pro-immigration people forget that us stealing excessive numbers of staff from other countries adversely impacts those nations who need them more than us.
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Peter Kellard Dec 11
99.999% of so called skills shortages are a failure to pay to train & retain resident workers by business & govt. In 2017 almost 20K applicants to medical school but only 7.5K places available.
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Plain Speaking Dec 8
Replying to @MigrationWatch
Sitting in the waiting room of a major West-Central London hospital. Based on language spoken alone 6 out of 10 not British. Staff pretty close to the same ratio.
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Richard G FSU Dec 9
9 out of 10 patients in the A&E local to me recently. (West London).
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Ron Frost Dec 11
Shame this clip was not shown on peak time TV rather than leaders debates we the population would start to understand the NHS crisis.
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m self Dec 14
Replying to @MigrationWatch
Labour imported their new voters and will always keep them happy, hence the anti-semitism. Tories MUST close the gates and set about a peaceful and fair programme of remigration.
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Cornish Methodist Dec 8
Replying to @MigrationWatch
Remarkable. And of course overpopulation is the biggest single cause of unaffordable housing. And it is reducing our at a time when we know that there will soon be global food shortages. Remarkably irresponsible.
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Knight of Ēalōnshire 🇬🇧 Dec 11
It's also creating the danger of future energy and water shortages.
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