Windrush and the roots of immigration

I can’t find out  how many trips it made to the West Indies.  Probably not more than four as the last mention  of this ship was when it caught fire and sunk in the Mediterranean in March 1954.
In 1948 the key to non-British immigration was provided by the British Nationality Act. This made provision for British nationality and for citizenship of the UK and its Colonies Read Story

Giving Up 1000 Years of Struggle to be Ruled by Foreigners

“By the year 2000”, he went on – in words that history has shown were a true prophecy – the immigrant population “must be in the region of five to seven million, approximately one-tenth of the whole population, and approaching that of Greater London… Whole areas, towns and parts of towns across England will be occupied by sections of the immigrant and immigrant-descended population.” Read Story

New Mass Housing Threat to the Green Belt

England is now the most densely populated country in Europe, apart from the tiny island of Malta, at 395 people per square kilometre – double that of Germany and quadruple that of France. England’s density is among the highest in the world for major countries, ranked third in density after Bangladesh and South Korea, and predicted to rise to 464 people per square kilometre by 2031. Read Story

Why Is Our Government Conspiring With The European Union About Our Guest Workers

Like all immigrants who came to Britain, the Polish and other eastern European people come here for economic reasons.  Nobody in their right mind would claim otherwise, as it could hardly be for the weather, could it! Read Story

UKIP Leadership Election – Who is Henry Bolton?

Henry Bolton beat Anne Marie Waters, who said Islam was “evil” and a “killing machine”, to the top job to roars of approval at UKIP’s conference in Torquay.  Obviously Anne Marie Waters was just too anti-Islam and right wing for the majority of the ‘conservative’ UKIP members. Read Story