Non-EU immigration to the United Kingdom has hit its highest level since records began under a supposedly “conservative” government that is also overseeing a de-facto tax service to rescue illegal boat migrants and bring them into the country.
“Figures show an estimated 282,000 more non-EU citizens came to the UK than left in 2019, the highest since the information was first gathered in 1975,” reports BBC News.
More than 677,000 people moved to the UK last year, despite the current Conservative government vowing to being immigration levels down to the tens of thousands.
There are more non-EU migrants moving to Britain under the Tories than under the left-wing Labour government, a party which openly embraced “multiculturalism” and mass immigration.
As if to rub salt in the wounds, the current government is also overseeing a policy of rescuing illegal migrants arriving via small boats in the English Channel.