What immigration problems ?
Sorry but this doesn't explain anything to me.
i'm sorry, but i'l make a list shall i
1. Fraud, Since the EU started Britain has had a very large number of Eastern European gangs set up specifically for fraud, credit card, identity, money laundering, counter fit (fake) money.
2. People Trafficking, again the exploitation by Europeans of the girls from such countries and Poland, Romania, Bulgaria etc etc from their own countries and ship them over to work in the prostitution population. usually these girls live sad, horrible lives.
3. Drug Trafficking, although it already goes on in the UK since the EU has formed trafficking of illegal drugs has become easier due to the slack immigration checks etc etc.
4. Sexual crime, Since the EU community has come about, crimes of a sexual nature have risen ten fold, this isn't because all of a sudden the UK has gone sex mad but that some people entering the country are committing these crimes.
5. Diseases & Illness, Although this is a little less public knowledge and is not so big a problem it is still a problem, many diseases are brought to this nation are brought in with those who immigrate here.
I could go on and on, it sounds general but i'm sure you'll agree these things happen and if you don't then your blinded by the PC population :)
Even saying that you would probably not be offered a position in my place it would still depend on when the assault took place - say you were 16 and got into a teenage fight with another teenager over a girl/boy the powers that are Mightier Than Me would probably over look that, especially if say, ten years had passed with no further convictions.
I understand and here what you are saying dolly, i'm just making the point that we can afford to be much harsher on who we let enter the United Kingdom. We should not open our doors to all who wish to come into this country. Immigration is not a bad thing at all and i would never say that, however we can get rid of the negative affects with some effort and realisation of situations
I think that the UK will end up with them eventually.
I think so too.
i will third that, i think the UK will have identity cards within five or six years and they will be compulsory for both British Nationals and anybody else who is residing in the UK