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Old 30th Oct 2018, 12:30
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Originally Posted by Pontius Navigator View Post
Irrelevant. A Government is elected in its whole manifesto with the small section of floating voters deciding the outcome. As far as they've are concerned they may not be voting for any one item, e.g. Immigration, but for, in their opinion, the least bad option.
I agree with you!
The statement I was replying to was that:
Imigration policy for nationals outside the EU is a matter for the UK government. If the electorate donít like the policy they have the opportunity to vote in a new government every 5 years.
Clearly the electorate do not feel sufficiently strongly about immigration for it to change their voting.
The fact remains that for whatever reason, successive governments have failed to tackle immigration from outside the EU, and Brexit will do nothing whatever to correct that problem.
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