May 30, 2014

UKIP Here to Stay, and Cameron Is Panicking

Douglas Murray, The Spectator

The Associated Press

The British public have made the connection between the EU and mass immigration. They do not like the latter and they blame it on the former. For years polls have continued to show that the vast majority of the British public want immigration reduced. The figures are always similar and we are — it is important to note — never talking about a minority opinion here. One recent poll showed that 77 per cent of the public want immigration reduced, while 78 per cent said that England is overcrowded and a staggering 85 per cent say that immigration is placing too much pressure on public services. It takes an absolutely blind political class not to see what the public can most certainly see.

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TAGGED: David Cameron, Nigel Farage, UK, UKIP


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