WATCH: David Kurten BLAST Mayor Khan Over Housing

David Kurten AM, the UKIP candidate for the Lewisham East by-election has launched a scathing attack on London Mayor Sadiq Khan. Speaking in a London Assembly debate specifically on a motion to tackle overcrowding, Mr Kurten said that overcrowding in London is indeed a “very very big problem” but he pointed out that the “real cause” of overcrowding is “mass, rapid immigration.” Until that is tackled there can be no meaningful resolution to this crisis he insisted.

@davidkurten blasts Mayor’s Housing Strategy: You’ll never solve the Housing Crisis while there is rapid, mass, uncontrolled immigration#ForTheNation

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2 Responses

  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    David Kurten is a fine representative for UKIP, but he goes into the election like a bucket with holes in its bottom ! His UKIP message is being held, with some adjustments, by other candidates, which will only subtract from his UKIP total ! CHANGE IS NEEDED IN THIS REGARD ! He has blasted the Mayor of London for his policies, or lack of them, but it seems he will not get the victory that he deserves !

  2. Ian Edwards says:

    Who ever said that the housing crisis was ever meant to be solved? The rapid and mass immigration plans have been deliberate in order that the society we formerly had on this island is permanently and irreversibly crushed. Very effective its been too. Why solve a housing problem when the Fabian Society aim is to destroy our former society not help it?

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