The myth of the immigrant welfare





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JacePearce · 9 months ago

As an American living in London, It is clear to see that economic migrant benefits and welfare/housing advantages are in complete contrast to the figures shown in this piece. There is no 5 year wait for benefits, it is immediate, and the drain on the already overburdened National Health Service through free medical help for immigrants is crippling the system. It is also not ‘mythical’ that many areas of the U.K have nearly 90 percent migrant representation, that includes some areas of London. Migrant unnemployment is nearly off the scale in most areas around the U.K, and crime has risen in those areas. Boris Johnson is tasked to bring in migrants who will offer skills that will benefit the country, after years of post Blair saturation.