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JIm Carver on the Politics Show

JIm Carver on the Politics Show

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Added 2 years, 6 months ago.

Jim Carver recently appeared on the BBC Politics Show (Midlands Version) to talk about immigration related issues. A lively debate with his political opponents! This is the full section on immigration. Broadcast on Sunday 14th December 2014.



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Mark Walker
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2 years, 6 months ago.

Mark Walker's reply...

The single biggest difference, which is rarely mentioned in these debates, is that British ex-pats take their wealth Out of Britain and to other countries when they emigrate, therefore adding to the economy of which ever country they choose to reside in. The British economy suffers massively because of this.

Ex-pats do not receive handouts, bailouts, benefits, free housing, queue jumping privileges or similar.

The majority of incoming immigrants Take from the British system before adding value, therefore adding to the various burdens Britain is now facing.

A points based system of entry based on financial, family, language, life skills, work skills and other areas is the Only fair way to ensure Britain attracts and benefits positively from incoming immigrants.



Keith Brickell
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2 years, 6 months ago.

Keith Brickell's reply...

Well done .being in a new political party is very difficult, as the status quo political system are gunning for UKIP as UKIP are upsetting the euro system, and these other parties do not fully understand the difference between a ban on immigration and controlled immigration.



Keith Brickell
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2 years, 6 months ago.

Keith Brickell's reply...

I want to live in New Zealand, but I cannot as I need a job there. If I did have a job there I cannot claim anything for the New Zealand government until I have at least 2 year work record paying tax, and I also need reserve funds to buy my travel ticket back to the UK.
I am not allowed to look for a job while I am in New Zealand on holiday either.

We need the same rules for people coming to the UK



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