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Lords report exposes Labour's lies on mass immigration

A-n-d-y Avatar
8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=548628&in_page_id=1770&in_page_id=1770&ct=5&expand=true#StartComments

Tell me something i didnt already know lol

Its only people who live in areas that dont have a problem that have never seen immigration as a problem.
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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banned#1
Another huge waste of taxpayers money funding a quango to publish the bleedin obvious yet we all know the government will ignore it.

A more balanced view:-

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7322825.stm

personally, its been good for me as its just pushed house prices up even further and will continue to do so IMHO.
#2
wish it wouldn't keep on pushing the house prices up. First time buyers have no chance in the current climate. Some houses I have seen just don't justify the price that has been put on them
#3
>its been good for me as its just pushed house prices up even further and will continue to do so IMHO.

What an incredible short sighted view.

So your house is worth more, so what. You want to move to a better house, that costs more as well.

Houses go up and up in price, people spend more and more on their mortgages, in the end both husband and wife have to go out to work, causing stress and worry, and their kids are left to roam the streets and get into to trouble.

The stupidest thing this country has done in the last 30 years or so is to be proud of the fact that our houses are vastly over priced.
#4
I went into an area which was quite high with obviously new settlers into this country and i was with a friend and he had a dog , we got on a bus and some woman screamed out in broken English that the dog would attack her and saying get the dog of the bus , it was a Labrador for god sake.

Her attitude really sickened me , you couldn't even talk to her , she kept kissing her lips at us.

Now as i understand it , they don't like dogs as ive experienced this a lot , but what I'm mad about is if people come to this country they should t have respect for our views and our culture...we are a nation of Animal lovers for god sake.

If i went to Africa and starting giving them an attitude for how they live there lifes i probably would be attacked.

I dont care about what skin colour someone is , what i do care is i want to be treated how i treat others.
#5
That's the problem though Andy, our government bow down to the imigrants, on their beliefs and way of living, our way of life is pushed to the side.

winter festival lights anyone?
#6
guilbert53;1812147
>its been good for me as its just pushed house prices up even further and will continue to do so IMHO.

What an incredible short sighted view.

So your house is worth more, so what. You want to move to a better house, that costs more as well.

Houses go up and up in price, people spend more and more on their mortgages, in the end both husband and wife have to go out to work, causing stress and worry, and their kids are left to roam the streets and get into to trouble.

The stupidest thing this country has done in the last 30 years or so is to be proud of the fact that our houses are vastly over priced.

its the poor people what suffer , lack of council homes , why because people new to the country get higher priority.

Is this country really big enough , i mean its getting beyond a joke now , but then Labour is a joke

I mean please tell me what do we get in return?

You cant even say anything these days , without being classed as raciest , lets all change childrens poems , Christmas , list is endless
#7
I live in an area with a large immigrant population and it has had nothing but positive aspects
#8
roryk83;1812166
I live in an area with a large immigrant population and it has had nothing but positive aspects

Yeah right , name one?

All im made aware of higher crime rates , lack of council housing etc etc

where abouts is it you live?
banned#9
guilbert53;1812147
>its been good for me as its just pushed house prices up even further and will continue to do so IMHO.

What an incredible short sighted view.

So your house is worth more, so what. You want to move to a better house, that costs more as well.


Its my personal experience and not short sighted at all. I have no plans to trade up. Just planning to sell up and move out of this country when I think the market has peaked. Most people I know are planning the same thing.
#10
A-n-d-y
Yeah right , name one?

All im made aware of higher crime rates , lack of council housing etc etc

where abouts is it you live?


Lack of council housing is more to do with Conservative government policy, with the right to buy, which resulted in a large portion of housing stock sold off and no incentives for the councils to replace them.
#11
csiman;1812213
Its my personal experience and not short sighted at all. I have no plans to trade up. Just planning to sell up and move out of this country when I think the market has peaked. Most people I know are planning the same thing.

Yes its a shame , i know of some people selling up and moving away because they have just had enough , people moving aboard is the highest its ever been , i wonder why :whistling:
#12
calmacuk
Lack of council housing is more to do with Conservative government policy, with the right to buy, which resulted in a large portion of housing stock sold off and no incentives for the councils to replace them.


To be fair, it has been nearly 11 years since labour came in, and they have done nothing to rectify the situation. I think 11 years is plenty of time to do somthing about it. Had they not enterd into the war in iraq and afghanistan, then they would have had the money to do somthing about the housing situation
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calmacuk;1812231
Lack of council housing is more to do with Conservative government policy, with the right to buy, which resulted in a large portion of housing stock sold off and no incentives for the councils to replace them.

Yes , but thats also another excuse to say why the lack of housing.

I have seen new builds of council homes being built and who do i see living in them once they are a complete... have a guess? hardly seems fair but I've seen it first hand , i also have a friend who works in housing so don't try and tell me its not a fact , some people just know how to exploit the system.


To some people this country is a joke , an easy life , pass every other country do not stop until you get to the UK , then you are laughing.

But really do you think the UK is so big that we can keep taking more and more.
The UK is tiny compare to other places and yet we take in more immigrants then any one of them.
banned#14
calmacuk;1812231
Lack of council housing is more to do with Conservative government policy, with the right to buy, which resulted in a large portion of housing stock sold off and no incentives for the councils to replace them.

Just how long does labour have to be in power before the conservatives stop getting the blame for all the countrys ills?

I note Labour have continued this policy :whistling:
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csiman;1812290
Just how long does labour have to be in power before the conservatives stop getting the blame for all the countrys ills?

I note Labour have continued this policy :whistling:


Yes well thats Labours excuse all the time , its all down to when the conservatives were in power , dont make me laugh.

Its about time Labour started to face facts and admit the faults they have made.

Ill vote for somone who is going to finally put a stop to a welcome britain , i mean we are not the only country in the whole wide world you know lol

Its not nice to say but the BNP do well in some poor areas only because people feel that Labour are not doing anything or making things worse , and the BNP stir it up....obviously they will never be in power but it makes people resort to voting for them because labour are doing nothing
banned#16
A-n-d-y;1812328
Its not nice to say but the BNP do well in some poor areas only because people feel that Labour are not doing anything or making things worse , and the BNP stir it up....obviously they will never be in power but it makes people resort to voting for them because labour are doing nothing

Just wait a few weeks when low paid and part time workers find out they are now paying more tax and take home less due to the abolition of the 10% tax band. My mates who are mostly low paid think I'm making it up when I tell them they will take home less this month :?
#17
My dad pointed that out too us last night about the 10% going. It's ridiculous, may aswell not have minimum wage anymore.
#18
csiman
Just wait a few weeks when low paid and part time workers find out they are now paying more tax and take home less due to the abolition of the 10% tax band. My mates who are mostly low paid think I'm making it up when I tell them they will take home less this month :?


It seems that the Govt is aiming to balance this out with tax credits:

The Treasury acknowledged that abolition of the 10% band would mean losses for low earners but insisted that these would be more than offset by simultaneous improvements in tax credits that are taking effect in April 2008.


http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2007/mar/22/budget2007.money2

and

Anyone who has an income from working or saving will be affected by some big changes in tax rates. From April 6, the 10% starter rate for income tax will be axed, while the basic rate of income tax will drop from 22% to 20%.

These changes will hit the lower paid, says David Kuo, head of personal finance at website Fool.co.uk. "Workers earning less than £10,000 will pay an extra £100 a year in income tax and National Insurance next year, although they should be able to recoup the increase through means-tested benefits such as the working tax credit and child tax credits.

To avoid losing out, make sure your tax credit details are correctly lodged with HMRC. Call the tax credit helpline on 08453 003 900. Lines are open from 8am to 8pm.
#19
But people in mine and Hawkios position, i.e. a couple with no kids under the age of 25, aren't entitled to anything. so we are loosing out. If your under 25 and have no kids, then you loose out. again.

I can't get benefits, we get no help with council tax or housing, and if I get a job a min wage, then we aren't going to be much better off anyway.

Labour Suck, big time
banned#20
calmacuk;1812461
It seems that the Govt is aiming to balance this out with tax credits:



http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2007/mar/22/budget2007.money2


Only if you can get working tax credit which most single people can't.
#21
It emerged that lower-paid workers - on less than £17,000 a year - are likely to be worse off despite the tax cuts. They will lose most from the abolition of the 10% tax band and will have to claw back their losses from promised higher tax credits.


So alot of people in the North of England are going to be worse off. 90% of jobs I have seen advertised are well below this 17k
#22
this is in the daily mail.......only thing its good for is free dvds......
banned#23
hawkio;1812554
this is in the daily mail.......only thing its good for is free dvds......

Also in the Guardian and The BBC :whistling:
#24
I'm looking forward to the next general election. Hopefully who ever gets in next will be able to undo some of the mess labour have caused

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