A. Britain’s immigration / migration policy was largely abandoned during the Blair Government years. Both Blair’s naive over-belief in the principle [ideals] of the E.u resulted in many more E.u migrants moving to the UK than predicted
or expected. Blair also abolished the primary purpose rule in June 1997. This change made it easier for UK residents to bring foreign spouses into the country. The former government advisor Andrew Neather stated that the deliberate policy
of ministers from late-2000 until early-2008 was to open up the UK to mass migration.
B. The British welfare system – in the National Assistance Act of 1948 it refers to ‘people in need’ – This ambiguity was
then used to define anyone not in work. Thus leading to payment to able fit working age men [first men by decade] thusly creating a ‘Not Working Class’. The not working class forms the bedrock of the workforce shortage in the UK. Paying people
not to work [or giving them a choice] to live an idle low life or apply their enterprise to work the system further and to moonlight if appealing. This [an able workforce between 18-65, without sole dependants] paid, remains a fundamental error in the welfare
state of the UK.
C. Up to 2018 very few migrants crossed the Channel in boats. Most stowing away on Lorries, in cars with a few thoughtful [700 a year] arriving via Eurostar. As security checks increased, the building glut on the French
side was ripe pickings for traffickers. [The French Authorities cannot be eliminated as both a cause of the format and profiting from it]
D. The French
E. There is a rising and more serious Terrorist risk of
seasoned fighters, including commander level expertise arriving incognito, as opposed to private jet.
F. There has been no reaction, intent, planning or commitment to dealing with the boats arriving from across the channel despite
the easy [known & advised] predicted growth in this next level of migration risk & desire to get into Britain.
G. There are currently  6 million non-eu migrants living in the UK since 2004 on top of the previous decades
of international migrants from non-British culturally educated colonies.
In the next few years [and beyond if policy change does not end, Britains foreign migrant attractiveness] many more millions [increasing] people will head towards
H. If Great Britain The United Kingdom does not repeal the E.u Human Rights Act [that confuses key human rights with civil privileges and with maddening suicidal liberal protections] and replace it with a more realistic and
fundamental British Human Rights Act, Britain will remain blighted, over stretched and at greater risk from terrorism, civil unrest & democratic revolution, at least.
I. Britain needs to be able to process arriving migrants to estaablish
refugees from economic migrants [that with international reforms, are needed in their own countries] while choosing Qualified professionals & single mothers with young children.
Non of the above should need risk their lives
to apply to Britain for residency.
J. A Good, Fair and Effective Processing System will end unqualified economic migrants from trying the UK.
K. UK population growth over the last 20 years [from 2000] is
20 million. The population growth from 1980-2000 was 2 million. The accurate prediction for population growth over the next 20 years [without new effective controls] is 20 million.