My new bill is an opportunity for Labour MPs to accept that the people want us to take back control of our borders and our money.
Posts Tagged: border control
If this happened once at Heathrow there would be uproar. But repeated problems at the Channel Ports are simply met with dithering.
Unfortunately for him, the not inconsiderable facts of the law, the French Government and the English Channel undermined the claim.
The Home Secretary’s intervention today doesn’t clear up very much at all.
Today’s speech had some decent content – but all the fundamental problems with reducing net migration remain intact.
So much for direct democracy.
Interview: Jacob Rees-Mogg – “I think the love-bombing of UKIP voters would be an intelligent strategy”
He contends that we have become “a classless society” – and will set out in his election address his demands for our EU renegotiation.
Immigration 3) Philip Salter: Don’t worry about net migration – worry about the young entrepreneurs we are turning away
The UK is making the next generation of business success stories feel unwelcome here. It will cost us.
An unwise measure, exacerbated by economic growth and doomed by our membership of the EU combine to harm Theresa May’s ambitions.
Whether you’re drawbridge-up like Nigel Farage or drawbridge-down like me, neither holds the winning territory of the centre ground.
They are our kith and kin, and have a huge amount to offer us. Here’s how to put our relationship back on track.
The strength of voter concern about immigration has now reached such a pitch that voters are turning away from the mainstream parties.
In Coldstream, on the border between Scotland and England, the leader of the Scottish Conservatives is confident that Salmond will not break up the UK.
The answers themselves raise more questions that only a subject matter specialist who understands the physical complexities of deep sea cabling can properly comprehend.
Stronger British border controls have revealed the real problem – the failure of the EU’s open borders.