Migration confusion is costing Britain dearThe GuardianOn Thursday, MPs Frank Field and Nicholas Soames will lead a parliamentary debate, prompted by an e-petition sponsored by the pressure group Migration Watch.
New working-class revolt at frontline The Australian Manufacturing jobs and available housing made it a magnet for the ten-pound Poms in the 1950s and 60s, together with Maltese, Italians, Greeks and Croatians.
Britain may have invaded 90 per cent of the world, but we're not hated everywhereTelegraph.co.uk (blog)The first, better-known one, is that our country's long record of invading other places is not something to boast about, an argument I suspect...
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