Could this have anything to do with the fact that in 2017, net migration into the UK was 280,000?
Westmonster While Theresa May still refuses to say much at all about a post-Brexit border policy, mass migration goes on with little sign of ending.
The Office for National Statistics now say that net migration in 2017 was 280,000. That’s a ridiculous surge in 12 months given the Conservative Party have promised time and time again to bring down numbers to the tens of thousands.
Mass migration is continuing and nothing is being done about it. When are the government going to buck up and set out their plan to slash migration as the British people voted for on June 23rd 2016?
Most Britons think criminals have no fear of the law as two thirds say they haven’t seen an officer on their street in a year amid soaring crime levels.
Staggering new figures show how unsafe the British public feel in the midst of surging violent crime wave sweeping the country.
A Daily Mail poll conducted by We The People and ComRes showed 57% of people think police have lost control of the streets and criminals no longer fear being caught.
Rates of violence have soared to the worst level since records began, with offences more than doubling in the past four years across the country.
In half (51%) of those surveyed who had been a victim of crime in the past two years said police did not even bother going to their home, and nearly a third of victims (30%) were told to gather evidence themselves. In More than half (54%) believe political correctness is partly to blame for the soaring murder rate in cities.
‘One of the primary causes has been the reduction in the number of police by about 20,000 officers since 2010. (With London Mayor Sadiq Khan taking more than 900 officers off their beats and forcing them to focus on anti-Muslim hate speech ‘crime’ online)
Two thirds (67%) of Britons said political correctness and the fear of offending (Muslim) minorities was partly to blame for the problems encountered tackling Pakistani-Muslim child sex grooming gangs in major cities. It comes after a succession of convictions of Muslim grooming gangs operating in towns including Rochdale, Rotherham, Oxford, Newcastle and Aylesbury.
The Mail poll found more than half (57%) of those surveyed thought the police were scared of upsetting some parts of society (Muslims), resulting in them being less effective at their job.