Has Theresa May gone far enough on Immigration?

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brigette brigette
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Agree with you Oracle. The EU is an outdated, socialist dinosaur, sucking us dry, not caring for us the citizens of the UK and trying to drag us into deeper, farther and more dangerous waters until it is too late to turn back and say we only want to trade. The deeper they drag UK in the less we have a say about our sovereignty and our own rights as english/british people of this country and as being first class citizens instead of second class citizens in our own country!!
The Oracle The Oracle
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Re article in newspaper today about Tesco recruiting people in Slovakia for store managers.

I am sorry but I just cannot believe that there are not people in this Country who do not have the ability to manage a store. Surely even among Tesco's current staff there are people who could be promoted to these positions.
So much for their staff training if they cannot produce store managers from within.

They are offering foreigners help with housing and 12 weeks training and deny that it is trying to get cheap labour. There are more than 2.5 million people on the dole, why can they not train people who are already here.

The Government has a duty to step in and put a stop to this kind of practice or are there donations to the Tory party lurking somewhere?

My answer to your question, NO MR CAMERON IS NOT DOING ENOUGH ABOUT IMMIGRATION.
Mark Mark
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Immigration doesn't affect the government so they don't really care what we say about it, otherwise it would have been curbed years ago. I work in a factory with an ever increasing Polish contingent, it has even got to the stage where ENGLISH/BRITISH people are are almost treated as second class, with a Polish Team Leader expressing her wish to have only Polish people on the line!! It's a manufacturing environment, not a highly skilled or technical job, we have 2.5million (realistically 5m) unemployed in this country, how and why do these people have priority over BRITISH?

On the subject of Tesco are we really to believe that people coming out of our top universities are not capable or intelligent enough to manage a supermarket, are there not thousands of managers and middle managers out of work in this country?

I was told that immigrants do not get priority on Council/Housing association waiting lists, this is true, they get better private rented housing in more affluent areas with higher rents that are paid for by............ US. In Bradford city centre there are numerous apartment buildings, but you will have to wait a long time to find someone British living in one as they are all rented out to foreigners and very few look like they work, but of course in giveaway Britain they don't need to.
Rookery Rookery
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I have just had a short stay in Hospital - it was interesting all the nurses and doctors were from places like Poland, Phillipines and Hungary  and ALL the cleaners and catering staff appeared to be English - go figure !      Will the making it more expensive for our young to go to university make this sort of thing more common?  
Peter. C Peter. C
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Rookery,

I have been in and out hospital over the past 10yrs and it has been as you say, hospitals filled foreign staff, there were some very young UK staff but, when I inquired as to why there was not many UK staff I was told.....

That when say a nurse qualities from uni to becoming a nurse  they had to serve so many years in the UK ..... I think it was 10yrs then they are free to move to say America or Australia where the pay and conditions are much much better, this also apply to GP's, consultants and surgeons etc ...... hence the UK needs to import the staff from overseas.
Peter C
Will Will
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I can not believe how unaware and badly informed some people on this thred are!!!
Scott Vaughan Scott Vaughan
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If Cameron will not do anything then it is up to the English public to bare arms against the immigrant scum that have destroyed our country. In other words NO.
John P John P
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Good for Australia
This shower of a so-called government hasn't the courage to take this sort of stance. they would bleat about human rights etc - but who has the strongest case for rights, the majority !
if muslims want to live here they do need to adapt to the British way and not bring there mind stultifying baggage with them.
Plum50 Plum50
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Its time to close the door to ALL immigrants where ever they come from we,ve too many in this country and when the illegal ones are caught don,t pussyfoot about do what other countries do put them on the next plane back,This country should be more like other countries if you have,nt got the money in the bank to support yourself when you get here then its simples DON,T COME
brassedoff brassedoff
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Yep! see would get my vote she,s got more balls than all the members of our government put together.
 
TJ TJ
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Re: Has David Cameron gone far enough on Immigration?

There's more to come.......wait till we get our share of the refugees (immigrants) coming from North Africa/Middle East........1000's and 1000's of them already in Italy and many more on the way, and most of them planning to make their way here.....and most just taking advantage of the troubles to get into Europe where they see a better life......One 'refugee' interviewed said ...'Is it true that in England they give you a house and money when you don't work?'........Yes it's true!
Peter. C Peter. C
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Re: Has David Cameron gone far enough on Immigration?

After raising this question and haven read all replies to it.....
It is by far the majority off people who have taken the time to reply, feel that David Cameron has Not done enough or gone far enough on "Immigration".....

I would say that if people vote for UKIP which is the only party dedicated to leaving the EU or any other party other than Tory/Lab/Lib maybe we can force the issue about what we the indigenous people in the UK feel about and want done about "Immigration".....
If we do not change the way we vote then the Tory/Lab/Lib party's will see it as we the electorate are quietly happy and accept that their policies on Immigration, Cuts on Disabled, Elderly and taxing the hard pressed working people to the hilt are justified.....

So its down to "US" all to change our usual habit on voting as we have always done, its time to turn away from....
Tory, Labour and Lib Dem party's to send the clear message to them all.....

If you ever want to be in power again you had better start to respond to the "Peoples" needs here in the UK especially on "Immigration" or you will all be guilty of making and provoking......

Enoch Powell's "Rivers of Blood" speech come true!
Peter C
Popeye Popeye
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The Tories and The Labour Party have been in Power of this country for Decades. Whether or not it's the Tories or the Labour Party we all moan. The majority of people think we should leave the E.U. That is why we have never been allowed to vote, because the Governments are afraid of the result. The E.U. has swallowed up billions of pounds of our money. All E.U. has done is destroyed our fishing industry and Farms, and let millions of immigrants in. All of the immigrants including the criminals, scammers have all benefitted by the E.U. and it's stupid dictatoral rules.

PLEASE EVERYONE OUT THERE VOTE IN A NEW PARTY, PREFERABLY UKIP. GIVE 'EM A CHANCE.

These imberciles that are in power now are a waste of space.
Mark Mark
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The initial question was has David Cameron gone far enough on immigration?

Well he's just gone to Pakistan and given them shitloads of OUR money that should be funding our schools, thereby ensuring that future immigrants from Pakistan will have the necessary qualifications to take up jobs that should be going to ENGLISH/BRITISH people, but as their education will have suffered due to cutbacks they will inevitably not be as well qualified as the Pakistanis that WE have paid to educate, thus ensuring they take all the best paid jobs and ultimately the country.....  discuss............
Peter. C Peter. C
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Re: Has David Cameron gone far enough on Immigration?

Mark,

You have a valid point in Cameron's long term plans for excuses as to why we have to import people from Pakistan and India to fill our highly paid jobs here in the UK and this £650 million is a long term investment in the betrayal of the indigenous British people.

What is more frustrating is that us the indigenous British people can see what is happening right in front of our noses and yet sit back and do "Nothing" to prevent our political "Masters" or "Dictators" from betraying us indigenous British people......

When will the English people stand up for "Their" country and "Fight" back against our country and jobs being given away to foreign nationals!!!
Peter C
by S.C by S.C
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I fully support David Cameron as he attempts to stand firm on immigration. It is so refreshing to hear the Australian PM put her foot down, why do we all have to live in fear of the words racist. It is time we stopped people from other countries dictating what happens in our country. They have  put a strain on our health service, benefit system, schools and housing, not to mention taking a large proportion of our jobs. In other countries they have a system of not being able to open a business in their country unless you employ a percentage of local people. I am fed up of going into some businesses where their are no English speaking people working at all. I think he could go a lot further.

I would also like to see that no one should be able to touch our benefits housing or vote in this country until they have contributed for a number of year.
Peter. C Peter. C
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Re: Has David Cameron gone far enough on Immigration?

SC,

I think every indigenous citizen here in the UK would back any Tuff measures taken by any PM who will turely step up and back the rights of the majority indigenous people but........

Cameron needs much much more than talking Tuff!
Cameron needs "Actions" backed with policies!
Cameron needs to make the same kind off speech as the Australian PM made on immigration..... anything else will just "Not" cut it with the indigenous people here in the UK!

No jobs given to immigrants unless it is a skilled job that can not be filled by a British person!
Immigrants must be fluent in the English language!
Immigrants must respect and conform to our ways and culture, they can practise their religion in private building or at home.....
Muslims coming here should know its offensive to cover the face to us the indigenous people and understand if they want to come here they are the ones who are "Offending" us, not us offending them.....
It is our country our values, we are a tolerant nation but only to a point, we will not be dictated too or have immigrants bend and use our laws to turn them against us.....
Immigrants should be told..... you break the law, commit a crime ...... You will be sent back to your country off origin!
Immigrants should be able to support themselves for 5yrs on arrival to the UK!
immigrants get nothing out the pot until they have paid into the pot for 5yrs!
Immigrants need to know the UK is open for business but "Not" a free meal ticket!

These are a few policies that I can come up with, anyone want to add to the list.....

So Mr Cameron knows exactly what is needed and what is meant by being "Tuff" on Immigration!
Peter C
Rookery Rookery
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Mr. Cameron talked about curbing immigration once before but did very little.  If, as Vince Cable, says we need more immigrants to fill the job vacancies then it is poor reflexion on our education system.    We have more of our own people out of work(especially the young).   If they leave school without being prepared for their future employment then where are we going wrong?  We have put up university fees which will make young people think twice about entering university.   By bringing in more immigrants all that will happen is that we will need more housing, more schools and more hospitals to cope with them.      Where does it stop?    What does Mr.Cameron actually propose doing?
Cathy Cathy
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Thank you for bringing the subject of immigration into the news,it will take a strong goverment and leader to address this waiting time bomb and not just sweeping it under the carpet time and time again,because people are afraid to speak the truth.I totally agree with the Austrailian priministers attitude on immigrants to her country they must integrate to Austrailian life not the other way round like what has been happening in Britain, enough is enough.We have one of the most over populated countries,services stretched to the limit,and virtually bankrupt plus a Human rights act that cannot even get rid of illegal criminals because of there Human rights, what about the rights of the indeginous population and the the honest hard working Tax payers.No David at the moment you have not convinced me that you have gone far enough there are a lot more issues to be addressed asap.If people cannot speak the langauage they do not intergrate  and just form communities from there ethnic groups which creates large no go ghettos.We do not have a multicultural society we have a multi racial society which is breaking Britain into pieces,even immgrants that have lived here for years are saying immigration needs to be stopped so please have the courage of Churchill or Thatcher to address this major problem for once and for all you will definitley gain the respect of the majority population if you do
Elizabeth Hawksworth Elizabeth Hawksworth
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Are people too ignorant to realise that all the major problems in this country are caused by lack of money due to supporting too many immigrants. Surely this is not rocket science! Is this just a ploy to buy votes for dubious MP s. I think so. We are in grave danger of losing our national identity and any immigrants who come here wanting to change England into a version of their country should go home.
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