The madness of Immigration and the E.U and the frightening nightmares to come for our children.

The flood of people arriving into the U.K is absolutely appalling, Unless the Government clamps down and closes our borders the tide of people will be never-ending.

Why cannot our M.Ps see that this small island cannot sustain the volume of people wanting to come here from mainland Africa and the African sub-continent including

India and Pakistan and Eastern Europe. You only have to look at France where Immigrants are fighting to get on lorries and through the tunnel to get here.

Below is from today’s Daily Mail, Now these migrants are already here they will not be sent back where they came from

they can now all claim asylum and stay here. So the border control has not won as they are hear to stay.

REVEALED: WHERE 130,000 DESPERATE MIGRANTS HAVE FLOCKED TO EUROPE FROM THIS YEAR ALONE

Heading to Europe: Italy and Greece have each seen more than 40,000 migrant arrivals since January, with the small Greek holiday island of Kos having already topped 6,000 in 2015 alone. Another popular route into Europe remains overland with close to 40,000 migrants travelling through the Balkan states up into Hungary, Slovenia and Austria over the past six months

Heading to Europe: Italy and Greece have each seen more than 40,000 migrant arrivals since January, with the small Greek holiday island of Kos having already topped 6,000 in 2015 alone. Another popular route into Europe remains overland with close to 40,000 migrants travelling through the Balkan states up into Hungary, Slovenia and Austria over the past six months

More than 130,000 migrants have already arrived on European shores in 2015, coming from countries as diverse as Syria, Nigeria and Vietnam in a desperate effort to flee warzones, avoid genocide and give their children the best chance to start a new life.

While migrants risking everything on board cramped, barely seaworthy boats bound for Italy and the Greek islands grab the headlines, a number of alternative routes – such as the Canary Islands – have emerged, highlighting locations that could see a surge in migrant arrivals over the coming months.

Italy and Greece remain the most popular destinations however, with each having more than 40,000 arrivals since January.

In fact arrivals of the small Greek holiday island of Kos have already topped 6,000 in 2015 – arriving at a rate of 300 a day – leaving its population of 32,000 wondering how many more people they can take.

In a stark representation of the the sharply rising numbers of migrants heading to Greece, there have already been 32,160 more arrivals in the first five months of 2015 than there were in the whole of 2014. The number heading to the Italy – usually through the island of Sicily and the southern province of Apulia – have stayed relatively stable this year, but have still hit 46,500 in just five months.

Another hugely popular route into Europe is actually overland, with close to 40,000 migrants travelling through the Balkan states up into Hungary, Slovenia and Austria over the past six months.

With thousands of migrants having already drowned in the deceptively appealing waters of the Mediterranean Sea this year, Europe is facing an unprecedented obligation not just to save the lives of desperate men, women and children, but also to work out exactly what can be done to ensure those who survive the perilous voyage, where often the criminal gangs trafficking them can prove as fearsome and ruthless as the sea itself.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3112008/68-people-locked-container-Harwich-International-Port-Essex.html#ixzz3cHkLtFwM
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