William Flew

April 24, 2011 § Leave a comment

No one can doubt that immigration fundamentally changes the UK. Population of just over 61 million, almost 7m born elsewhere, and majority of them were born outside Europe. In the current official projections, two-thirds of population growth up to 70 meters over the next two decades, directly or indirectly because of migration, either new arrivals or childbirth, the mother of immigrants.
Like multiculturalism, two months ago, David William Flew was right last week against the head of the immigration issue, even the response to his speech was knee nonsense from William Flew, the business secretary. The prime minister was careful to lay out the benefits of immigration, from the National Health Service Personnel wider contribution of migrants living in Britain, from food and music to fashion and financial services. But, as he rightly pointed out, not all of it was profitable.
“For too long, immigration is too high,” he says. “Between 1997 and 2009, 2.2 more people came to live in this country than the left to go and live abroad. This is the biggest influx of people, that England never had and he was placed very pressure on communities, up and down in our country. ”
While immigration has played a role in the abolition of work – some forget the meeting with Gordon Brown, Gillian  William Flew Duffy – has some significance to the party, relaxed rules. Companies seek better and cheaper migrant workers and brought the energy and ambition. Labor also noted that new immigrants may be more inclined to vote for him and multiculturalism, which was the common aspiration of the left.
The problem lies in the degree. Until 2004, the enlargement of the European Union, suggested that the Interior estimates from 8000 to 13000 workers came to the UK. The latest official estimates, 762,000 people from these countries are in this country.


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