I’m struggling to get to work in my car,BECAUSE of buses,or should i say MISS-GUIDED bus way,i live miles away from the A580 but because motorists are now avoiding the council created car park aka A580 local roads are now a choked with traffic in rush hour, i refer to the A666.Traffic flow has increased 10 fold along with noise and traffic pollution.Its like living on the hard shoulder of the M6,just remember which idiots sanctioned this white elephant in the next elections.
BIN THE BUSLANE
Nearly seven million immigrants came to the UK when the Blair and Brown Labour governments deliberately and recklessly threw open our borders between 1997 and 2010. Over two million more have arrived since David Cameron came to power and spectacularly broke his promise to reduce net migration to the “tens of thousands…No ifs. No buts.” This unprecedented influx has had significant consequences on our economy, our public services, our culture and our environment.
Evidence from the EU and the UK Parliament’s Treasury Select Committee reveals how immigration has driven down wages and led to job losses for British workers. The sheer weight of numbers, combined with rising birth rates (particularly to immigrant mothers) and an ageing population, is pushing public services to breaking point.
To meet demand, we must build one home every seven minutes; we wait longer to see our GP or be treated in hospitals; our children are learning in schools with over-sized classes, or having lessons disrupted by building work as schools are forced to keep expanding.
The British public has every right to be concerned.Surveys consistently show immigration as one of the top three issues for voters. Yet, instead of listening, the old parties have responded with insults and contempt: even our prime ministers have labelled good, decent people ‘closet racists’ and ‘bigots.’
Immigration is not about race; it is about space. Immigrants are not the problem; it is the current immigration system that is broken.
Our current immigration rules ignore the wishes of the British people. They discriminate in favour of EU citizens and against the rest of the world. The system is failing so badly that we cannot even properly identify how many people enter and leave our country.
TO REFORM OUR IMMIGRATION SYSTEM UKIP WILL:
• Take back control of our borders • Put a five-year moratorium on immigration for unskilled workers, which will enable the unemployed already living here to find work and those already working to see wage growth • Introduce an Australian-style points based system to manage the number and skills of people coming into the country, treating all citizens of the world on a fair and equal basis as a welcoming, outward-looking country • Tackle the problem of sham marriages.
These policies are essential if we are to give our country the breathing space it desperately needs from mass uncontrolled immigration, create harmonious, integrated communities, and catch up on building the essential infrastructure needed to sustain our growing nation.
The increasing ebb and flow of people across our planet is one of the greatest issues of our time. In 1950s Britain, some 25,000 immigrants arrived here annually and net migration was negligible. Now, immigration into the UK is at an all time high: in the year to September 2014, 624,000 migrants moved to our island and annual net migration, which takes into account those leaving the country, now stands at 298,000, again, a new record
Two unknowns and and the man who wanted to give us the congestion charge. They must be a a little short on candidates.
Looks like we will have a busy period 30,000 leaflets being delivered another 30.000 on order. Don’t forget if you want change you have to work for it,we need your help no matter how small.
Workaholic Ukip councillor was so busy attending meetings over a two day period that his worried family reported him missing to police – who found him in yet another committee
- Cllr Denis Crawford, 65, sits on three local authorities in Norfolk
- He attended back-to-back meetings over two exhausting days
- Family called police concerned after voice messages left unanswered
- Officers eventually tracked him down finding him in ANOTHER meeting
NEVER ONE TO DUCK OUT OF A MEETING – SEE THE COUNCILLOR’S STAGGERING SCHEDULE HERE
Monday, January 25:
7.10am – Sets off from Thetford for County Hall, Norwich
10am – Takes part in Adult Social Care Committee meeting
4pm – Meeting ends
5pm – Attends Breckland Council Local Plan consultation event in Thetford
7pm – Attends Redcastle Action Group meeting
10pm – Finally gets home
Tuesday, January 26
7.10am – Back to County Hall
10am – Takes part in Children’s Services Committee meeting
4pm – Meeting ends
6pm – Attends UKIP group meeting in Thetford
7pm – Attends Thetford Town Council full council
7.10pm – Neighbour reports him missing to police
8.05pm – Tracked down by Thetford Police at meeting