One, among many, reasons why people don't trust the establishment is the pack of lies they have been told about uncontrolled immigration, which has not benefited the economy and which has not slowed down. The people have a right to see their concerns addressed
The problem with more cheap labour carrying out tasks with insufficient training and investment to back up the staff is it also places many extra burdens on taxpayers. The costs of new schools and hospitals to cope with the sheer number of immigrants are rarely factored in to the equation, giving a fale impression of the true costs of low paid immigration
There are some terrific new ideas coming out of the Brexit camp on immigration. The vast majority of people support immigration, but not uncontrolled immigration. We should be filled with enthusiasm about a new, fair, and sane immigration agenda for Britain
Our EU-driven immigration policy is fundamentally unfair and discriminatory. Immigrants should be judged on their individual merits, and not treated as superior to others just because they're European. Want fair and sane immigration? Then Brexit is the only answer
The EU is in a state of complete and utter chaos, disorganisation, and directionless ‘leadership’ over the refugee crisis. But when it comes to our own immigration policy Brussels is quite sure that we aren't allowed control over our borders. Who said, "Brexit"?
Migration crisis? Not good. Rapidly getting worse.
Maybe World War Three starts not because one country grabs another’s land, but because in too many places simultaneously international borders just start to melt?
Donald Trump says the answer to the immigration problem is to deport millions and build walls. In Europe the problem is even bigger. How do we have a proper debate on immigration without unleashing the extremists?
The West African migrants congregating in Calais are economic migrants, have no business trying to come into the UK, and should be sent back to their European port of entry. As for others, let's cherry pick the most educated and most economically useful
The chaotic migrant problem in Europe has led to cities like Rome seeing historic sites taken over by gangs, making it both dangerous and unrecognisable. But now Brussels wants to off-load the new migrants to countries like Poland. They won't be happy, but will the EU give them a choice?
Recent immigration figures show the futility of efforts for a sensible and ethical immigration policy while we are still members of the EU. What principle of justice prioritises Europeans over Indians and Canadians? None. It's just bigotry
Cameron, as we saw in Friday's speech, exemplifies much of what is wrong with British politics: the utter lack of conviction. Knee-jerk reactions and smoke-and-mirrors fool no one. Rather than persisting in the fantasy of a reformed EU, we must Get Britain Out
Britain has often benefited hugely from immigration. But: ‘Give me your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be freeloaders’?
Not anymore. That's what Brits really want over the EU, and immigration policy generally