Tuesday, October 06, 2015

British Home Secretary: Mass immigration makes 'cohesive society' impossible

Mass immigration is forcing thousands of British people out of jobs and is making it “impossible” to build a “cohesive society”, Theresa May will say.

Speaking at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester, the Home Secretary will say that there is “is no case in the national interest for immigration of the scale we have experienced over the last decade”.

Mrs May, considered a potential successor to David Cameron as Tory leader, will warn that current levels of migration into the UK are unsustainable as she calls for a system “that allows us to control who comes to our country”. 

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In Britain the Home Secretary is responsible for law enforcement and domestic security.

1 comment:

Patrick Sheridan said...

Just silly rhetoric. She knows full well that we have no control over the borders unless we come out of the EU.