SHOCK POLL: Only 22% Of British Public Support Current Immigration Levels, Quarter Want Unskilled Immigration BANNED

Reece Coombes

As a 16-year-old member of UKIP with a cardboard Nigel Farage cut-out in his bedroom, Reece is hardly your bog-standard student, but he cherishes his independent thinking as his greatest strength. Reece is the founder and owner of Kipper Central, a UKIP community blog with thousands of daily hits and is also the Deputy Chairman of Young Independence, UKIP's youth wing, where he works hard to promote Brexit and radical thinking to young people across Britain.

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6 Responses

  1. Margaret Dennis says:

    The Government underestimated the electorate in 2016, they still stick their collective head in the sand.
    Gerard Batten is exposing the Truth on National TV now and it hits home with those called racist for recognising the problems that certain ideologies bring with them.
    Don’t forget and tell all who are not recognising this fact that a certain book tells their followers to lie to get their way. This is crucial because it means that they should never be in any position of power – ever in the UK.

  2. Kathy says:

    Yes, agreed, unskilled migration should be banned like it is in some other countries. Learn your skills in you country of origin and apply for a visa to see if there are jobs available in the UK! My daughter had to apply for a visa and wait until there were places available in Australia for a taxation or finance person before moving to live there and pursue her career. If carers, plumbers, builders, nurses, etc are wanted then they should have the correct qualifications to apply for a visa to the UK.

  3. Ian Hensman says:

    It is unfortunate that our nation is having to take note of such information, but it seems that in the future we will all have to carry ID’s if only to prove entitlement to that which is ours. In the light of this HMG MUST start to clamp down harder and expel all ILLEGAL arrivals promptly..

  4. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Now if these findings are correct, how long will it take Labour and Mr Corbyn to change their tune ? After all, that seems to be where the votes are ! Our Tory Government made total fools of themselves with the Windrush problem, by going full steam ahead with deportation, but what is very queer, is how Labour have not landed a punch so far in this matter, on this Government. ( I think Diane Abbott has been told to keep very quiet on this, and everything ).

  5. Chris Dark says:

    It is deeply sad that we have come to this….having to think about carrying identification. OK so it is already done in European countries….so what? Britain has always been proud to be a free, non-card carrying nation. I’m actually surprised the polling figures aren’t higher, for immigration being “much too high”…only 39 %?…most people I speak to say that it has all gone crazy. We are not anti-immigrant…such people have always been coming and going… but our good nature has been pushed much too far over the edge; the people coming here are just leeches, demanding we change to suit them. They take everything and give nothing. Our own folk are pushed to the end of the queues, ignored for jobs and treated like dirt. We have more than had enough; we want action.

    • Stanley Cutts says:

      Well said Chris. I particularly the last sentence – about action! Instead of grumbling in our beards, we could do everything within the law to register our discontent with the powers that be; this could include voting them down (obvious but it takes years), letters to MPs and the press (largely a waste of time), but protest marches, sit down protests, lightening strikes called in crucial industries, flooding the roads with slow traffic – in fact anything short of violence or law breaking just might work. We the pubic must have a way to make our objections felt – but it must entail ACTION! Then, and only then, would they start to listen. This is OUR country after all.

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