The Conservative government promised the electorate that they would sort out the immigration problem but the new immigration Law will do little to reduce the number of illegal immigrants already in the country. The Government won the 2019 election by promising the electorate in many Labour strongholds that they would sort the problem out but nothing is being done to correct the problem and every day hundreds of illegal immigrants are still crossing the English Channel. This should be stopped with the boat being confiscated and the immigrants sent straight back to France on the next available ferry. If the government fail to get tough with France then the flooding of illegal immigrants in our towns and cities across the UK will only get worse.
It was also shocking to see on Sky News on the 17th of June 2020 that the “Home Office does not know how many people are in UK illegally, National Audit Office report finds”. It went on to state that “An up-to-date estimate of the number of illegal immigrants in the United Kingdom has not been produced for 15 years, according to a report. The National Audit Office (NAO) said the last estimate in 2005 suggested there were around 430,000 people in the country with no right to remain. But independent research since has put the figure at more than one million, Whitehall’s spending watchdog said”. It is noticeably clear that immigration has not been checked or even taken seriously but if the government wants to reduce the number of unemployed post Covid-19 and Brexit then they should deport these “illegals’” as soon as possible.
In chapter 15 on Covid-19 it mentions about immigration and how the new rules will affect recruitment of care workers and lower paid cleaners and porters in our NHS hospitals. One of the major point scores gained by the applicant will be if the applicant is applying for a job that will pay a salary of £25,000 per year or more. Most care workers today earn a maximum of £19,000 so they will not be given a visa. This will cause a major problem for everyone as the NHS and care homes can’t run without these valuable care workers, so they will have to pay workers a minimum of £25K. This will mean that the rates charged to residents will have to rise and the government will via the NHS have to pick up the bill.
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