Comments on: UKIP Policies : Immigration http://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/ukip-policies-immigration.html UK General Election 2015 is not affiliated with any political party including Labour, Conservative, Liberal Democrats, UKIP, Greens, BNP Thu, 30 Apr 2015 20:11:20 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.2 By: Tonihttp://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/ukip-policies-immigration.html/comment-page-5#comment-75850 Fri, 27 Mar 2015 03:43:08 +0000 http://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/?p=397#comment-75850 UKIP represent a narrow minded view of the reason the country is in difficulty. There is not a housing crisis due to immigrants. It is due to wealthy people stock piling homes and leaving them empty and wealthy landlords abusing people who have no choice but to rent substandard housing as this government ( and ukip? ) have no fair rent policies and just look after their own.
People who can afford to be in this country, working, from Europe may well be some of these ‘ wealthy’ people. I do not want a government that makes up its policies as it goes along. I do not want a government that disagrees with freedom of movement in Europe and then it’s politicians take a huge wage and expenses from that political management system . You have it wrong firing up the people ,a distraction technique called divide and rule. Been used by politicians for centuries don’t fall for it.

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By: Elliehttp://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/ukip-policies-immigration.html/comment-page-5#comment-59738 Mon, 26 May 2014 15:06:19 +0000 http://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/?p=397#comment-59738 We currently live in a 2 bed house having downsized from a 3 bed house. Due to illness I am unable to work and at the age of 53 have little chance of gaining employment, I receive the minimum DLA. My husband has worked all his life until the recession which was caused by the Governments mismanagement of the economy and the greed of the banks put him out of business. We lost everything. My husband has been told by the job centre that they cannot place him due to his severe sleep apnea, he has to wear a mask at night, sometimes sleeping in the other room as it can be noisy and it keeps me awake,I already suffer from chronic fatigue. He does not receive anY benefits for this. Now I am subject to the BEDROOM TAX. The government allowed disability benefits to be used in calculating income, this is a disgrace. The only reason that there is a shortage in housing is because thousands of immigrants are being allowed to come here and be housed at the expense of local people and the poorest and most disadvantaged are being made to pay for the governments mismanagement. How can there be enough money to send 55million a day to europe but not enough to look after your own people? It’s wrong on so many levels.

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By: DIANA BAKERhttp://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/ukip-policies-immigration.html/comment-page-5#comment-56768 Thu, 19 Sep 2013 10:09:02 +0000 http://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/?p=397#comment-56768 Your immigration policies make so much sense.

I am not that political but I do worry about many issues at the moment. It seems to me that the policies that you propose would solve other problems that we are facing at the present time.

This suggestion would alleviate our housing shortage, the escalating school numbers and maybe would reduce the need for a further runway.

The legislation coming out of Brussels is only causing us more harm so the idea of coming out of the EU becomes more and more attractive every day.

My vote will go to UKIP next time. I know many other well educated, knowledgeable people who will also be voting to come out of the EU

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By: Peter Donaghuehttp://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/ukip-policies-immigration.html/comment-page-4#comment-54521 Thu, 14 Mar 2013 20:49:46 +0000 http://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/?p=397#comment-54521 You would need to obtain that permit from the Portugal control agencies

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By: Peter Carringtonhttp://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/ukip-policies-immigration.html/comment-page-5#comment-54378 Thu, 24 Jan 2013 16:46:46 +0000 http://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/?p=397#comment-54378 I do believe UKIP has got it right, I wrote to UKIP Head Office a few years ago and suggested a points system on immigration just like Canada and Australia, and I am pleased this is now in their manifesto.

When we signed up to the common market it was a very different organisation to what it is today, completely un-democratic and not only do we have to get out of the EU but also we need to put this country right. The EU has far more to lose by us leaving the EU and we have everything to gain.

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By: peterhttp://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/ukip-policies-immigration.html/comment-page-5#comment-53702 Sun, 18 Nov 2012 23:18:21 +0000 http://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/?p=397#comment-53702 I have lost trust in both the old parties, Blair ‘took the doors off’ in 1997, and we have seen the results in the 2011 census results, and Cameron has ‘gone soft’ and is clearly afraid of the ‘bleeding hearts’ who want to carry on flooding the country with more of the ilk of Abu Quatada and Anjem Choudry, those who want to undermine our way of life. Roll on the next general election..

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By: Janhttp://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/ukip-policies-immigration.html/comment-page-4#comment-42329 Mon, 23 Apr 2012 15:06:52 +0000 http://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/?p=397#comment-42329 I noticed a mistake in my last comment, I meant to say I am not aware of the correct spelling of Abu Khatadas name and not that I am aware of it. I apologise for this.

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By: Janhttp://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/ukip-policies-immigration.html/comment-page-4#comment-42328 Mon, 23 Apr 2012 15:04:10 +0000 http://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/?p=397#comment-42328 I remember David Cameron saying “We are all in it together” Now we have this mess (thanks to EU regulations etc) with a known terrorist whom Theresa May wanted to deport but now because of Al Khatadas (I may have spelled the name wrong as I am aware of the correct spelling) last minute appeal arguments ensue. My question to David Cameron is simply this.
When you said that we are all in it together did you mean yourself and the people you (as our present Government) are supposed to represent or did you mean Yourself and the EU including their policies/laws as I believe your actions (actions not words) over this present situation with Abu Khatadda will reveal where you truly stand (If you refuse to abdicate from EU legislation that is making it difficult, to say the least, in getting rid of Mr Khatada, (this same legislation that is making a mockery of our own laws and constitution) then I (and I believe many others) can only come to the conclusion that your words are “double speak” (deceitful) and therefore you cannot and should not be trusted. As for the coalition, I think the liberals would have handed (Like the John the Baptists head) would have handed this country over monetary, politically and even religiously, on a plater to the EU. This is why I am more inclined to vote for Ukip now than ever as I see some form of common sense in many of their policies. (As for labour, when they left you (The coalition Government) a message saying that there is nothing left in the Kitty, this wasn’t just a kick in the teeth to your coalition, it was also extremely revealing of their wastefulness and their contempt for the people of this country and as such non of the so called three main parties (Conservative, Liberal and Labour) are even worth listening to. let alone voting for anymore. Actions speak louder than words and Labours, liberals and Conservative words are mere empty rheterocical echoes of deceit. (thats the way I see them anyhow) So Ukip seems like the one to go with locally and at the next general election.

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By: Simonhttp://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/ukip-policies-immigration.html/comment-page-4#comment-35681 Thu, 24 Nov 2011 01:45:20 +0000 http://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/?p=397#comment-35681 I like the policy and it could swing me. The UKIP policies on law and order as well as immigration are sound. I just wish it wasn’t so Thatcherite economically because it makes the party seem a bit of a rich older persons party which is regrettable.

There’s a real gap in the market for Lib Dem and Labour voters who are sick of the country being sold down the river, but are opposed to the racism of the BNP. If UKIP could tap into that a bit more rather than only seeming to be the mouthpiece for Mr and Mrs DisgustedFromTunbridgeWells, then It would be getting ready for government by now.

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By: Martin Joneshttp://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/ukip-policies-immigration.html/comment-page-4#comment-31270 Tue, 18 Oct 2011 12:14:20 +0000 http://www.general-election-2010.co.uk/?p=397#comment-31270 If your wife is from Portugal and the UK withdraw from the EU, then passport requirements would have to be dictated by the FO who would have negotiated with Lisbon.

I seriously doubt if you wouldn’t have unrestricted access to Portugal.

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