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Many ppl are always moaning about the impact of immigration. They've taken our houses, our jobs, draining the benefit system blah blah etcRecord levels of immigration have had "little or no impact" on the economic well-being of Britons, an influential House of Lords committee has saidhttp://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7322825.stmYour thoughts, is the committee chatting sh*t?

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They must take us for fools.Im sure many of us have witnessed with our own eyes and experienced the impact of immigration.

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Half claim benefits half work legit so they cancel eachother out.It's time WE cancelled them out...noose.jpgFor good!

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People need to bare in mind that it's the overall picture, i'm sure systematic abuse are overly ripe in certain areas than others.

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There's lies, damned lie and statistics. All the same really so I dont trust stats as fact.Will read later and post a proper reply. This will have to do for now

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They must take us for fools.Im sure many of us have witnessed with our own eyes and experienced the impact of immigration.
get mei ain no fool

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They must take us for fools.Im sure many of us have witnessed with our own eyes and experienced the impact of immigration.
get mei ain no fool
They are NOT denying it, just saying on the whole immigrants as a whole economically hasn't made a big impact as most ppl think When you weigh up immigrant stats against the 'British' residental population I agree with them still

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They must take us for fools.Im sure many of us have witnessed with our own eyes and experienced the impact of immigration.
get mei ain no fool
They are NOT denying it, just saying on the whole immagrants as a whole economically hasn't made a big impact as most ppl think When you weigh up immigrant stats against the 'British' residental population I agree with them still
yh stats dont lie

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They must take us for fools.Im sure many of us have witnessed with our own eyes and experienced the impact of immigration.
get mei ain no fool
They are NOT denying it, just saying on the whole immagrants as a whole economically hasn't made a big impact as most ppl think When you weigh up immigrant stats against the 'British' residental population I agree with them still
But dont the residential problem have a connection with the immigration problem?I agree some areas are worse then others but we have seen in London the impact it has had especially in the past 10 years.

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Come on smaddy, of course stats can lie BUT seriously are you trying to the say the immigrant stats COME close to the British residential stats?Yes in certain areas immigrants are running sh*t, they talking about the big picture

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They must take us for fools.Im sure many of us have witnessed with our own eyes and experienced the impact of immigration.
get mei ain no fool
They are NOT denying it, just saying on the whole immagrants as a whole economically hasn't made a big impact as most ppl think When you weigh up immigrant stats against the 'British' residental population I agree with them still
But dont the residential problem have a connection with the immigration problem?I agree some areas are worse then others but we have seen in London the impact it has had especially in the past 10 years.
Your just stating the obvious, of course they are connections. A little in some areas, alot some areas & nothing in some areas.Most come to London for obvious reasons so of course the impact is more felt here.

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They are one of the reasons housing demands/prices have risen & if the government don't cap immigrant levels, House prices/demand is going to keep increasing. Its bad enough they are housing shortages.

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Alot of ppl suffering from xenophobiaGo make your p, opportunities exist

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They must take us for fools.Im sure many of us have witnessed with our own eyes and experienced the impact of immigration.
get mei ain no fool
They are NOT denying it, just saying on the whole immagrants as a whole economically hasn't made a big impact as most ppl think When you weigh up immigrant stats against the 'British' residental population I agree with them still
But dont the residential problem have a connection with the immigration problem?I agree some areas are worse then others but we have seen in London the impact it has had especially in the past 10 years.
Your just stating the obvious, of course they are connections. A little in some areas, alot some areas & nothing in some areas.Most come to London for obvious reasons so of course the impact is more felt here.
Im stating the obvious because it is obvious.It effects most young people who are in London so it is a major issue.

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Im stating the obvious because it is obvious.It effects most young people who are in London so it is a major issue.
How in your view?

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They are one of the reasons housing demands/prices have risen & if the government don't cap immigrant levels, House prices/demand is going to keep increasing. Its bad enough they are housing shortages.
No one has the right to live in London or England for that matter. f*ck the cap. It's a free world isnt it?

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They must take us for fools.Im sure many of us have witnessed with our own eyes and experienced the impact of immigration.
get mei ain no fool
They are NOT denying it, just saying on the whole immagrants as a whole economically hasn't made a big impact as most ppl think When you weigh up immigrant stats against the 'British' residental population I agree with them still
But dont the residential problem have a connection with the immigration problem?I agree some areas are worse then others but we have seen in London the impact it has had especially in the past 10 years.
Your just stating the obvious, of course they are connections. A little in some areas, alot some areas & nothing in some areas.Most come to London for obvious reasons so of course the impact is more felt here.
Im stating the obvious because it is obvious.It effects most young people who are in London so it is a major issue.
How in your view?
The increase in the price of housing and the lack of accomodation in London.Immigration is part of the problem maybe not directly related.

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They are one of the reasons housing demands/prices have risen & if the government don't cap immigrant levels, House prices/demand is going to keep increasing. Its bad enough they are housing shortages.
No one has the right to live in London or England for that matter. f*ck the cap. It's a free world isnt it?
Its clearly not as you knowGwan with your idealistic views lol

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They must take us for fools.Im sure many of us have witnessed with our own eyes and experienced the impact of immigration.
get mei ain no fool
They are NOT denying it, just saying on the whole immagrants as a whole economically hasn't made a big impact as most ppl think When you weigh up immigrant stats against the 'British' residental population I agree with them still
But dont the residential problem have a connection with the immigration problem?I agree some areas are worse then others but we have seen in London the impact it has had especially in the past 10 years.
Your just stating the obvious, of course they are connections. A little in some areas, alot some areas & nothing in some areas.Most come to London for obvious reasons so of course the impact is more felt here.
Im stating the obvious because it is obvious.It effects most young people who are in London so it is a major issue.
How in your view?
The increase in the price of housing and the lack of accomodation in London.Immigration is part of the problem maybe not directly related.
Lol, I knew you'd say something like thatThough I said immigrants are ONE of the reasons for increasing house prices/demand.They are NOT the biggest reason or come close tbh, maybe in the low end of society. People are getting pissed coz they are not getting help, help that they EXPECT coz they were born, live & work here (not many work though)Too many ppl especially in the lower end of society want hand outs. f*ck working for it.

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They are one of the reasons housing demands/prices have risen & if the government don't cap immigrant levels, House prices/demand is going to keep increasing. Its bad enough they are housing shortages.
No one has the right to live in London or England for that matter. f*ck the cap. It's a free world isnt it?
Its clearly not as you knowGwan with your idealistic views lol
Thats my point. Free World, Free speech all equals bullshit to me

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