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[Cameron And Miliband Clash On Immigration Records]
[Edward Samuel “Ed” Miliband (born 24 December 1969):] Source: LYBIO.net
On this day of all days, there is only one person who should be apologizing on immigration. And it’s him, for his total failure. And he is not putting it right; he is making it worse. Since 2010, the backlog has gone up, not down, they’ve wasted £1 billion on failed IT projects and they’ve lost track of 50,000 people. And what was his promise Mr. Speaker before the election? He said he would reduce net migration to tens of thousands a year. What is net migration now?
[David William Donald Cameron (October 9, 1966):]
Net migration is down a quarter from its peak under Labor, and net migration from outside the European Union is down to its lowest level since 1998. But he talks about records; I am happy to contrast our records any time. Under Labor, net migration quadrupled, 2.5 million extra people came into our country. In 2004, they gave unrestricted access to our labor markets to eight new European countries. He forgot to mention immigration in his conference speech altogether. And of course there is that remark by Peter Mandelson that admits the last Labor Government sent out “search parties” to look for extra migrants to bring to this country. I ask him again: get up and apologize for your record.
He couldn’t tell us the figure. He made the promise of tens of thousands and it is 243,000. Now – now – now he published his contract with the British people at the election. On immigration, and he said this:
“If we don’t deliver our side of the bargain, vote us out in five years’ time.”
Why does he not just own up? He has broken his promise.
We have cut immigration from outside the EU by a third, we have closed down 700 bogus colleges, we’ve introduced new rules on benefits, but all of this clearing up a shocking shambles and mess left by the last Labor Government. Will he just accept one issue? In 2004, the decision to allow every single new member state to come to Britain was a catastrophically bad decision? We opposed it at the time and I ask him again: will you apologize for that appalling decision?
He has been Prime Minister for four and a half years, and it has got worse, not better. And Mr. Speaker, on immigration, this Government combined callousness with incompetence. They do not show basic humanity and say rescuing drowning people is a “pull factor” for immigration, but they are so incompetent, they cannot deliver their basic promises. Why didn’t he just admit that, on immigration, he has failed?
[David Cameron:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
On immigration, we inherited the biggest mess this country has ever seen. Immigration from outside the EU down, benefits restricted, proper rules when new members join the European Union, all of that clearing up the mess made by Labor. And what we hear today? Not a single word of apology from a party that sent out search parties to look for more migrants. The British people know we are making every effort to control migration. They know he’d made no effort at all, because he has got no leadership.
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