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Antony Antoniou – Reform UK Northampton North
Prospective Parliamentary Candidate
(PPC) 2024 General Election

Personal Policies Immigration


I have absolutely no doubt that we have never been presented with the true facts about immigration. It is a fact that the UK is signed up to the UN Compact on Continued and Sustainable Immigration, therefore one way or another, this will continue, whether we like it or not. It is clear that immigration was, is and will continue to be needed in a country that is on the verge of entering the greatest period of population decline in its history.

However, and that is a key point, what steps have been taken to ensure that we have the infrastructure to cope with such a large volume of people arriving in such a short time?

Why was there not more discussion about the recruitment of employees from Europe? There is a big difference between open door, freedom of movement, which the British public voted against and the inability of businesses to recruit, to the detriment of our economy.

I am against the Rwanda proposal, not because I want everyone who arrives here to stay, but because I believe it is embarrassing us on the world stage, it almost reminds me of children threatening to throw stones, it is an open admission that our government is incompetent, and whilst I fervently believe that they are so, I am not comfortable with that incompetence being the source of ridicule on the world stage.

The backlog of applications is clearly down to the inept and inadequate management of the process by the authorities and the fact that we are tied in knots by the European Court of Human Rights, which I believe we should leave immediately, so that we can regain control of our judiciary.

I also believe that there are questions about the Solicitors Regulation Authority, which seems to be increasingly acting politically, just like the banks. They do not hesitate to strike off anyone who may offend them politically, yet they have done nothing to investigate the solicitors making thousands from bogus asylum claims.

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