2007


Uk Borders Act 2007

1    The Act received Royal Assent on 30 October 2007. The following are the Acts on the subject of immigration and asylum currently on the statute book:      Immigration Act 1971      Immigration Act 1988      Asylum and Immigration Appeals Act 1993      Asylum and Immigration Act 1996      […]

4th December 2007 (Legal Matters)

Sir Andrew Green – An Apology

The following apology was published in the Daily Mirror on 26 November. In his column on 13 September 2007, Brian Reade compared Sir Andrew Green and Migrationwatch UK to the Nazi party and the Ku Klux Klan. We accept that the allegations were untrue. We sincerely regret any distress caused to Sir Andrew and have […]

3rd December 2007 (Legal Matters)

Hiv: Statement By Migrationwatch

The latest report from the Health Protection Agency shows that the major source of heterosexual HIV infection in the UK is immigration from sub Saharan Africa 70% of all heterosexual cases diagnosed in the UK are among those born in Africa. Of those diagnosed in 2006, nearly half (46%) were described as Black African. Commenting, […]

26th November 2007 (Health)

Migrationwatch Comment On Today’s Immigration Statistics

The ONS press release headlines record emigration without mentioning record immigration. In fact, their figures also show record foreign immigration of over half a million in 2006 with less than one fifth coming from the new Eastern European members of the EU. British emigration is also a record at 126,000, having doubled since 1997. Commenting, […]

Visa ‘outsourcing’ Likely To Fuel Big Increase In Illegal Immigration Warns Think-tank

A Government decision to ‘outsource’ applications for visas by foreigners coming to Britain is likely to lead to an increase in illegal immigration, while the government’s capacity to remove them is close to zero, think-tank Migrationwatch warned today. Entry Clearance Officers (ECOs) at British Embassies and Consulates around the world are responsible for the issue […]

Huge Majority Believe Immigration Puts Too Much Pressure On Public Services.

85% of the population think immigration is putting too much pressure on public services says a new poll out today. According to a YouGov poll for Migrationwatch, 85% agreed with this statement, 58% strongly. Only 10% disagreed, 2% strongly. The highest numbers of those strongly agreeing came from the East of England (63%), the North […]

12th November 2007 (Education, Employment, Health, Housing, Population)

Hold Back The Immigrant Flood

By Sir Andrew Green, Chairman of Migration Watch UK, in The Sunday Times, 4 November, 2007 Just occasionally a series of events crystallises public opinion and transforms the political landscape. That is what has happened with immigration in the past fortnight. Three events stand out. The crucial wake-up call was publication of the government’s latest […]

Right Not To Remain Silent

The Sunday Times leading article of 28 October, recognises that "It is not easy writing about immigration without being accused by the left of racism or by the right of complacency." It stresses that "polls show that people are deeply concerned about its impact and frustrated that a policy fundamentally changing the nature of Britain […]

The Rising Wave That We Were Too Afraid To Discuss

Commentary by Sir Andrew Green, Chairman, Migration Watch UK, in The Daily Telegraph on 24 October, 2007 These population projections mark a turning point in the national dialogue. The public have at last become aware of the enormous impact of present levels of immigration on the future of our society. Official figures now indicate that […]

Migrationwatch Comment On Today’s Population Projections

These figures are hugely important. They imply that the nature of British society will irrevocably and permanently be changed for our children and grandchildren. These fundamental changes are taking place without the public having a voice. This huge population increase – equivalent to twice the population of greater London by mid-century – is 90% due […]

23rd October 2007 (Policy, Population)

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