The Migrant Crisis: A Brit Abroad

Abigail Eatock

After defecting from the Conservative Party in the aftermath of the 2015 General Election, I joined UKIP as I believe that only UKIP are committed to providing true and fair democracy to Britain. As well as being a Politics and International Relations student at the University of York, I am also Chair of the UKIP society in York, as well as the Media Officer for YI UKIP Students. I am the Events Manager for the Peter Whittle leadership campaign and look forward to our future in revolutionising the way in which British politics is done.

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  1. Mary Houghton says:

    My female friend has travelled alone to dozens of countries all over the world, and I have always looked forward to her telling me her stories upon her return. Sadly, she said she will never, ever visit Paris, Milan or Rome. She has also sworn of London as she said the last time she went, she was hard pressed to see many native English people. Both Italy and France rely very heavily on tourism for their economies, but it seems as if their governments couldn’t really care. What females in their right minds would want to spend their hard earned money travelling to a city where they know they will definitely feel uncomfortable with the migrants’ presence, and also very unsafe. It would be interesting to see what the tourism stats are currently for these cities. Tragically, things will only get progressively worse as thousands more arrive weekly.

  2. Barry Devin says:

    Italy seemed fine to me. I was there just a week ago. No problems. London is quite dangerous though and full of crime though. Paris is much worse!

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