Immigration controls needed now

He added that a Commons debate had been chosen by the Backbench Business Committee in response to a petition launched by MigrationWatch on the Government’s website last autumn, which received more than 100,000 signatures within a week.

He said: ‘This is a clear indicator of the very great public concern about the scale of immigration to this country.’

The motion he added calls on the Government to take all necessary steps to get immigration down to a level that will stabilise the UK’s population as close as possible to its present level, and certainly, significantly below 70 million.

He noted that immigration was a ‘natural and essential part of an open economy’, but he added: ‘We are at the present time experiencing the greatest wave of immigration to our country in nearly 1,000 years.’

Mr Soames, grandson of former Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, turned his fire on Labour, who he said had bequeathed the country a ‘chaotic, ill-thought-out and deeply irresponsible policy’ on immigration, which had ‘changed the face of this country’.

He said the 2011 census results showed that in the last ten years, the population increase had been the largest for any period since the records began since 1801.

And if the net migration average of 200,000 a year continued, the country’s population would hit 70 million in 15 years’ time – a 7.7 million increase, with five million new immigrants and their children.

He said: ‘In the coming 15 years we will have to build just for new immigrants and their families the equivalent of eight of the largest cities outside the capital.’

A withering report has revealed tens of thousands of bogus students have been left free to work illegally in the UK by staggering Government incompetence

Mr Soames urged an overhaul of the points based system, stating: ‘Common sense has gone out of the window, bureaucracy has taken over and the Government has got to deal with this urgently and they have got to get it fixed.’

He also called for an expansion in student interviews to ensure bogus ones were refused, a re-look at visitor visas and a strengthening of the removal system.

He said: ‘The Prime Minister has given his word that this Government will bring net migration down to tens of thousands. Failure to do so will leave our population rising inexorably, pressure on our already hard pressed public services building up relentlessly and as a result, social tension mounting. We must stop this happening.’


What Asylum seekers get


We know they’re going to move asylum seekers in there. All the flats have been done up, central heating, the works. And they’ve put up brand new net curtains. That’s a sure sign.

This is the kind of message that we have been hearing from angry locals all over Britain for the last couple of years. Many of the details change, but the total renovations and the highly visible net curtains crop up time and time again.

So too do the denials by local councils that the premises concerned are going to house asylum seekers. And almost as regular is the spectacle of those same councils being forced to eat their words within weeks as local residents wake up to find that new neighbours from Albania and Somalia have been moved in overnight.

The repetition of this pattern over the entire country has been something of a mystery up until now. Strangest of all has been the sight of so many councils telling lies to local residents and newspapers alike, even though the bureaucrats and local councillors telling the lies must know that they will be exposed and discredited within weeks. Just such a sequence of events, for example, played a major role in the by-election victory of our Robin Evans in Blackburn last autumn.

Secret Tenancy Agreement

The answers to this puzzle lies in a secret 26-page document the Revised Tenancy Agreement April 2001 – produced by the Secretary of State for the Home Office, acting through the Immigration and Nationality Directorate. Its very existence is supposed to be secret, Section 3 (p), on page 8 has this warning for people or companies thinking of making money out of housing asylum seekers:

The Landlord’s attention is drawn to the Official Secrets Acts 1911-1989. The landlord shall take all reasonable steps to ensure that all individuals engaged on any work in connection with this Agreement have notice that these statutory provisions apply to them and shall continue to apply after the expiry or termination of the Term.

I don’t know whether there is anything to make a reader who is not planning to be a signatory to the document subject to the provisions of the Official Secrets Act. I don’t know, and I don’t care. This document is so shocking that the truth about it has to be told. All I will say is that this article is published here solely on my authority, so if some Home Office legal bigwigs wants to prosecute over this shockingly democratic breach of their veil of secrecy, they know where to find me.

The anti-free speech restrictions continue on page 9, although by this time the section numbers seem to have become somewhat confused and very unclear. The actual meaning of Section (a) (iii), however, is all too clear:

The Landlord shall ensure that no press release or other public document containing Confidential Information is issued and shall not make any public statement concerning Confidential Information without the prior written approval of the Directorate and the Tenant Company as to its content and the manner and extent of its publication.

This is the answer to one key asylum mystery. This is why local councils and private companies alike, which are providing accommodation for ‘refugees’, continually refuse to comment or lie about their role in housing asylum seekers. Once they’ve signed up to this Agreement, they simply don’t have a choice.

Detailed list of items for asylum seekers

So what doesn’t the Home Office want you to know? Take a look at Schedule 1 on page 14, and you can see for yourself:

This list of requirements for any property being used to house asylum seekers begins, reasonably enough, by insisting that it shall be fit for human habitation, and have adequate light. Let us ignore the fact that many hundreds of thousands of our own people are either homeless or live in houses which are unfit for human habitation because, according to central government and local councils, there isn’t enough money to deal with all the problems.

By the time we get to Section 1.3, the secret Agreement begins to lay out requirements which are beyond the reach not just of a relatively small number of the homeless or desperately poor:

all meters shall be of the quarterly type, the use of card or key meters shall not be allowed.

Isn’t that nice? If you and your family fall into arrears on your utility bills, particularly electricity, you have to agree to the installation of a card meter set at such a rate that it gobbles up money. British families with children can’t be officially cut off but if they run out of meter credit, their lights and heating go off anyway and they have to go to bed at dusk in the winter to try to keep warm. Such hardships are unacceptable, however, when it comes to asylum seekers.

Section 1.7 insists that The Property shall have a full and safe central heating system installed. Paraffin or bottled gas fed heating systems shall not be used. Perish the thought! Such devices are fine for British pensioners and young families shivering on the poverty line, but far too smelly, inconvenient and dangerous for Mr Blunkett’s favourites.

New electrical goods

After laying down requirements on issues such as fire safety, the Schedule reaches Point 10: All electrical appliances in the Property shall be either new or, if second hand, shall be supplied complete with a twelve month guarantee. Well, I don’t know about you, but when my wife and I got married and set up home, we had to get our first electric cooker and heaters from an auction, completely without any guarantee at all. And, of course, ordinary British youngsters moving into places of their own still face the same choice between paying through the nose for new equipment or going without guarantees.

Pages 15 and 16 go on to provide a long list of the things needed in the kitchen, living room, bedrooms and bathroom of each asylum property. As you’re probably expecting by now, this features everything from chip pans to teaspoons, from an easy chair for each bed space to a Boots first aid kit.

The long ‘General’ list in Section 1.13 even proves that the popular observation about new net curtains showing that asylum seekers are moving in is true, since landlords are ordered to provide net & drawable curtains to all living rooms and bedrooms. They get everything, in fact, including the kitchen sink.

Free colour TV and licence paid!

One item does, however, stand out:

For Each Living/Dining Room

1 new twenty inch screen colour television complete with licence which shall be renewed at each annual anniversary of the Start Date throughout the Term.

Native Brits, of course, have to wait until they are 75 to get a free TV licence, and non-payment of this iniquitous tax is the biggest single ‘crime’ that puts British women in prison.

Many of those women can’t afford a TV licence because they are struggling to bring up young families on pitifully low incomes. As a result, they are also often unable to afford proper child safety equipment. No wonder, then, that the Home Office bureaucrats being so generous with our tax money wanted to keep Section 1.20 secret:

Where there are to be children living in the Property, the Property shall include:

Adequate cot and highchair facilities

Appropriate sterilisation equipment;

Child safety gates on all stairways;

Childproof resistant devices or casement stays on all windows;

Appropriate play areas both inside and outside the Property.

Another thing that ordinary families on average incomes find a big problem is the occasional cost of major repairs. Asylum seekers have no such worries. Under this Agreement, the Landlord is bound to do all repairs within seven days, and to provide an emergency repair service (Section 1.23) where a threat to health and safety is apparent. The rest of us have to turn to Yellow Pages or pay for call out insurance, but it would be unfair to expect asylum seekers to do the same, wouldn’t it?

Similarly favourable treatment is also specified in the Letting Provisions, Section (f) of which commits the Landlord to redecorate all parts of the Property in the third year of the Term. The rest of us may have to fork out down at “Do It All”, but not Mr Blunkett’s special guests.

Perhaps most ludicrous of all, however, is the next section (g) of the Letting Provisions, whereby the Landlord agrees: To have the exterior of all windows of the Property cleaned once every twelve weeks. I kid you not, it’s there on page 7. What would George Formby have had to say about it?

Who pays?

So what do all these modcons and services cost the lucky occupants of such premises? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. When various bleeding heart liberals tell us how asylum seekers only get basic income support payments, they don’t tell us about the Letting Provisions on page 4 of the Home Office’s Revised Tenancy Agreement, do they? Yet these show that not only do asylum seekers get their TV licences paid for them, we also pick up the tab for their rent, water rates, gas, electricity and council tax bills.

Surely, you must think, these people must want to spend night after night on the phone to all their friends and family back home, telling them all about the wonders of Soft Touch Britain? A lot of their pocket money must go on paying the phone bill? No, as you probably guessed, they don’t have to pay a penny. Section 1 ((b) of the Letting Provisions sets out the fact that the Tenant Company (funded by the taxpayer) agrees to pick up the phone bill for every single property provided by the Landlord in question to asylum seekers.

Don’t forget that every single council or housing association in this land which is housing asylum seekers has signed this document. Thousands of councillors in the ruling party in Labour, Lib Dem and Tory councils alike have either read this document or studiously avoided seeing it so they didn’t have to.

It only took one BNP member in one council to leak this insulting and undemocratic document. By contrast, we will never know how many Lib-Lab-Con merchants have seen this Agreement since it first started being used in 2001, but not a single one of them has had the guts to put the interests of democracy and their constituents before asylum seekers and the Home Office.

My political web pages

I have wrote several pages on how asylum and immigration are affecting the UK and how crime has increased due to immigration. I have wrote on the welfare system and those work shy who freeload off the system. I have wrote about foreign aid and government sending, the compensation culture. I have wrote about the lawyers who have become millionaires through working with asylum seekers. I have wrote a page on England and demographic changes etc.

Welfare in the UK.

The welfare system in the UK is open to abuse. Somali’s are getting their rents paid of over £100K a year, what type of job would they need to get to pay this amount themselves. In Africa families are lucky to share just one room in a mud hut without running water. These Somali’s are just economic migrants who have passed through many safe lands to get to the UK and no wonder when we give them so much in housing benefit for their large families, plus JSA and child benefits.

The welfare system rewards single mothers and even counts Muslim men’s second wives as single mums. I know several people who since they obtained a council flat have never paid taxes they don’t mind doing cash in the hand jobs because they get their rents and council taxes paid. When the council pays somebody’s rent where does this money come from?

I know several of the work shy who pop out more children to get a bigger council home and more child benefits. I think child benefits should be limited to 2 children and council homes to a maximum of 3 bedrooms. If large families are renting in the private sector and never work – the system should only pay a maximum of £15K a year towards rent this is more than the minimum wage. This might mean that the workkshy with large families might have to move out of London and downsize but this is the reality for those who work and have to commute to London.

Incapacity benefit is also a scam most people claim it because it pays more than JSA – drug addicts and alcoholics get it from their self inflicted illness.

I think Incapacity should pay the same as JSA with extra money available for carers.

The DHSS never actually check if people have applied for work – one telephone call to the company the unemployed say they have sent their C.V would be all that is needed.

We need to deport failed asylum seekers straight away even if they don’t have documents. Medical tourists must be stopped who use our NHS for free.

What is wrong with England?

We allow bankers to play the markets like somebody betting red or black on a roulette wheel – hedge funds being one example.

We allow Irish travelers who have big homes in Ireland to bypass planning permission and build homes on Green Belt.

We let Somali’s live in million pound houses in London and pay their rents of over £2,000 a month. They could never get a job which would pay this amount. Most African’s are economic migrants who come here because they can’t get a free house and welfare back home. We grant them asylum even though they have passed through safe lands.

A third of Liverpool are claiming incapacity benefits surely this is an outrage if incapacity didn’t pay more than JSA and everybody had to sign on then these freeloaders would be found out.

We allow Romanians to break into people homes and change the locks and claim Squatters rights. Squatting is not a criminal offense just a civil matter – clearly this is wrong when they have committed trespass and commit anti-social acts.

We pay those who work and pay taxes only their mortgage interest after 13 weeks of unemployment putting them into debt when they lose their jobs.

We  have a welfare system that encourages lone parenting and large families because you get a bigger free social house and more in child benefits for having a big brood.


Asylum , unemployment and welfare

I work and earn a £1000 per month. I have to pay my mortgage, service charges, council tax and utility bills from this money.
Yet a Somali Asylum seeker gets his rent of £8,000 a month paid plus he will be getting child benefits for his large brood. Did he really live in a 6 bedroom house in Somalia? Our system encourages economic migrants. The welfare system gives no help towards people like myself. Is it a wonder some English people are rioting?
Too many people in the UK get everything for free. They get a free council house, pay no rent nor council tax. They get welfare and free prescriptions and free dentist and free NHS. They also get free school meals. No wonder they think they can take what they want from a shop without paying for it.
Modern Production methods require a lot less workers as machines now do more of the work. Yet the Labour party had an open-door immigration policy attracting millions of immigrants to settle in London – they have no loyalty to our country. Many so called Asylum Seekers are just economic migrants that head here because they can’t get so good welfare back home if any at all. Our Social housing points system has favoured none working single mums and large familes resulting in feral yobs on sink estates. With little job prospects and no hope of affording to go to University we now see the rot caused by creating a Multi-Cultural London and Birmingham. These yobs know that the prisons are full so they can commit crime without punishment