Category Archives: Immigration

UKIP and why I’ll be voting for them

Those of you who don’t live in the EU have probably escaped the fact that on May 22, a large proportion of us are going to vote for our representatives in the European Parliament – our MEPs. I have been asked on several occasions how I plan to vote, and why. I plan to vote […]

The immigrant song

This arrived in my inbox (no fewer than 10 times!) today, so I thought I’d share it with you… Enjoy!

Oh dear

The Devil appears to have some pretty bad news for us all… To start with, powers previously reserved for wartime are to be introduced in peacetime: the state will have the power to demand, at its discretion, proof of your identity at any time. Anyone refusing the demand faces arrest and a possible prison sentence. […]

Country to get Islamic courts

According to The Times, Islamic Sharia law has now been accepted in this country, with Sharia courts given power to rule on Muslim civil cases. This means the courts can offer judgements (which will be backed and endorsed by the High Court) on matters ranging from financial disputes to divorce and domestic violence. Such courts […]


Immigration. Its not an easy topic for politicians to discuss, largely because the issue has been ignored by successive governments for fear of being branded “racists” or “xenophobic”. Indeed, there are very few politicians that will even accept the fact that immigration does have its problems, and as such the whole subject is usually kept […]