The number of immigrants entering Britain should be capped, an influential House of Lords committee has warned.
The vast majority of the immigration is from other EU states. We can\’t change that in any way at all.
Asylum seeking is regulated by UN agreements isn\’t it?
Which leaves extra- EU immigration for either economic or family reasons. The economic immigration is a small part of the flow in itself and it\’s already pretty difficult.
Which leaves family immigration: again, a small part of the problem anyway and are we really saying that we\’ll have solved the perceived problem if someone\’s elderly granny can\’t come and live with the kids?
What, in fact, can actually be done, within the set of regulations already woven around the subject?
We can leave the EU of course, and take back the powers currently weilded by Brussels over who is allowed to enter….