Agreed. Blaming immigration for this is just beloved. It's our failure to deal with it that is the problem, not immigration.kankerot wrote:NHS under extreme stress
Schools full to the rafters
Under investment in Infrastructure
Not enough homes being built
Rising Tuition fees
If you want to blame anyone blame the politicians
I accept that some people worried about this stuff are not dearly beloved, but the "blame immigration" idea is itself dearly beloved and needs to be stamped out.