Surely this says it all….

Truth about Labour and immigration: 90 per cent of households established at height of open-door policy headed by a migrant

  • Nine in 10 homes set up at height of open-door policy headed by migrants
  • Between 1997 and last year, 65 per cent of the country’s 2.7million extra housing units were headed by a foreigner
  • In peak period – 2005 to 2009 – the figure rose to a staggering 89 per cent

In a nutshell millibands leadership qualities..

Ed Miliband’s poor leadership has been mocked by a Labour candidate, who said it was like having ‘a manager of a football team that you don’t rate, but you still support the team’.

Paul Gilbert even joked that he hoped his ‘off-piste’ comment would not ‘find it’s way back’ to the Labour leadership, because he stands little hope of winning in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

economically illiterate’

plans to impose rent controls are ‘economically illiterate’ and will slash investment in new housing, leading to more tenants being evicted by their landlords, experts warned last night.

Ed Miliband yesterday confirmed he would press on with controversial plans to cap rents despite warnings from housing experts, business and even Labour figures that they will backfire.

He said rent controls – demanded by the militant Unite union that bankrolls Labour – would give millions of ‘forgotten’ renters a fairer deal by helping those stuck in so-called Generation Rent by soaring house prices.

But the Generation Rent campaign group said his plans were ‘riddled with loopholes’ and may make tenants’ lives worse.

Under the proposals, landlords would have to offer three-year tenancies and would be banned from raising rent above inflation during this time.

Alex Hilton, director of Generation Rent, said long tenancies were welcome but the proposal would give landlords an incentive to evict their tenants and would not keep rent down, adding: ‘This is because they have no plans to limit rent rises between tenancies – or after your first three years are up.

Worse than this, Labour’s planning new ways for landlords to evict you within that period, for example to sell your home or get it back for other reasons. These loopholes are scary when you think they’re attached to a big financial incentive to use them – because that’s the only way they will be able to put rent up in the first three years.’

In another loophole, hundreds of thousands of properties owned by buy-to-let investors could be excluded altogether. Most buy-to-let mortgages specify maximum tenancies of one year. Labour sources said these landlords would be able to offer short tenancies ‘where contractually obliged’.


Police ignored the sexual abuse of hundreds of young girls because they were too busy chasing Labour crime targets that would earn bonuses for senior staff. Whistleblower Tony Brookes, a former detective who tried to investigate the abuse, said money was diverted away from protecting the children from rape, trafficking and beatings in order to pursue so-called ‘priority crimes’. The offences, which included car crime, were considered crucial for satisfying a target culture introduced by the last Labour government.