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28 November 2021

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Courtesy Nigel Farage we are reminded that asylum seekers continue to make illegal landings in Britain and the government does what?

Courtesy Nigel Farage we are reminded that asylum seekers continue to make illegal landings in Britain and the government does what?

It’s a lovely time of the year for a trip across the English Channel in a nice rubber boat, especially if you know that if there is any difficulty a nice Royal Navy ship will make every effort to come and save you and help you on your way

One thing is certain – probably Nigel Farage will never give up showing us how asylum seekers continue to arrive.

Covid variants – panic building so why let them in?

Covid variants – panic building so why let them in?

The trouble is too many people are too impatient. They want predictions it is impossible to give accurately

It’s all about Covid-19 at the moment. Hospitals bulging to overflowing, patients being examined in corridors and ambulances and doctors tearing their hair out because of insufficient resources. How did we allow this to creep up on us without realising what was about to happen?

No Vaccination certificates? This is incredibly short-sighted and naïve in the extreme!

No Vaccination certificates? This is incredibly short-sighted and naïve in the extreme!

Proving you have had the vaccination is bound to become essential if you want full access to services in due course.

As the excitement of getting first vaccinations done romps on, thoughts are already being turned to the future. As we surmised yesterday, comments are already being made about the less well-off countries which may not get the vaccines because the wealthy countries decide to hoard them.
At last Home Office looks like getting to grips with asylum seekers

At last Home Office looks like getting to grips with asylum seekers

It is time to turn a real problem into a major opportunity. The British could lead the way.

It has been reported that the Home Office is looking to purchase not one but two disused ferries to house asylum seekers while they wait for their applications to be considered. The Times newspaper has apparently reported that a disused ferry can be bought from Italy for £6 million. Such a vessel could apparently house 1400 asylum seekers across 141 cabins.
Asylum seekers not satisfied with all the free handouts. They want more!

Asylum seekers not satisfied with all the free handouts. They want more!

This affair promises to get more heated as the days go by

If you have been following our news feeds, you will recall that we have highlighted the issue of asylum seekers arriving in Britain and being given the 4 star treatment, transported on posh coaches, accommodated with three square meals a day in 4 star hotels and even getting jollies to places like Anfield, and a cash handout as well.
Asylum seekers – there must be another way

Asylum seekers – there must be another way

Free jollies to football stadium for asylum seekers? Has the British government gone nuts?

The granting of asylum to persecuted people has always been a corner-stone of British life; we only have to go back to the world wars to know how our compatriots responded to the call of duty to bring freedom to other peoples. And I am the first to say that I have no problem whatsoever with peoples of other races settling into our society, as so many have over so long.
Could closing the borders get rid of Covid-19?

Could closing the borders get rid of Covid-19?

How would the people respond to a really aggressive approach to getting Covid-19 out of Britain?

It is perhaps a little known fact that there are areas which belong to Britain which are clear of coronavirus. You cannot tell this from looking at Johns Hopkins as their table brackets the “Channel Islands” as one territory but in fact the Bailiwick of Guernsey is Covid-19 free and life has gone back to normal, even down to kissing and hugging!

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