Category: Immigration

The Great Immigration Betrayal

Anne Marie Waters  Wednesday August 26th 2020 There is a strange feeling about Dover, something it’s difficult to quite put your finger on.  On Saturday, August 22nd, several members of For Britain travelled to the Kent coastal town to see what we would find.  We found tension….. and a lot of discarded boats. Dover has…

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Housing & Immigration – A For Britain Councillor’s Opinion

By Cllr M Americanos-Molinaro, Hertfordshire Branch Chair 19th August 2020 Recently, an opinion column poured scorn on local Councillors trying to respect constituents’ wishes on planning and housing issues. Their sarcastic tone accused local groups of wanting to “preserve in aspic” the areas in which they live. It appeared that they thought little of ‘developing’…

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For Britain should be for Hong Kong

By Frankie Rufolo, Member & Activist 27th July 2020 Recently, Frankie Rufolo commented on Hong Kong during a livestream and was invited to write a blog and make a case for the protests and to re-unify Britain and Hong Kong. These are Frankie’s views and do not necessarily reflect the view of the party. —…

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Why Islam Spreads: 10 Reasons They Don’t Want You To Know

We have all heard the claim that Islam is the fastest growing religion, a claim implying that, were it the case, this would somehow prove Islam’s truth and value. Whether Islam is growing is debatable. What seems less open to debate is that Islam is spreading: many countries that till relatively recently had negligible Moslem…

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Falling Birth Rates, Not Just a Woman’s Issue

By Orlagh McGlade, Doctor and For Britain Member 14th May 2020 Over the past few years I have been thinking a lot about the demographic change taking place around us, whereby relatively low European birth rates and mass immigration are literally changing the face of Europe. As a significant proportion of my generation remain without…

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Patel’s immigration policy is largely to be welcomed, but…

Anne Marie Waters  March 2nd 2020   Priti Patel’s immigration policies are largely to be welcomed. A points-based system is an obvious method of weighing up a person’s merits and deciding who can or can’t come to Britain. It’s a convenient and common sense way to have a look at those who wish to live…

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MPs Spring in to Action

Anne Marie Waters  February 10th 2020    MPs are rarely as vocal as they’ve been for the last few days.  Some have stood up in Parliament to speak out, others have made television appeals, and 170 have gathered together to write to the Prime Minister to demand action.  What’s happened?  The Government is due to…

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2020 | We Go Again!

2nd Feb 2020 As Party Chair, I enter 2020 with a sense of excitement and anticipation. Brexit (although it may not be perfect) has finally happened. The country feels like it has taken a breath, and all of us can reflect on where we are at. Britain is now an independent nation again, free from…

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How We Freeze Immigration

Anne Marie Waters  December 9th 2019  In our unique immigration policy, For Britain proposes radical reform. We know that migration concerns many Britons, and we also know that an important aspect of this concern is culture, or way of life. Cultural compatibility is vital, but is ignored in mainstream politics. Instead we are told that…

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Book review: ‘The Testaments’ by Margaret Atwood

By Anne Marie Waters  13th November 2019 People who criticise the ideology of Islam can usually report that they have lost friends as a result. I certainly have. But there is another loss; the loss of heroes and heroines. It’s not controversial to point out that the vast majority of celebrity and public figures are…

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Jeremy Corbyn – Dangerous, But No Hero

By Anne Marie Waters  7th November 2019 Tom Bower has given his book an interesting title: ‘Dangerous Hero’. I would say he is half right. Dangerous yes, but no hero, certainly not to the majority of British people. I recently finished reading this astounding book, and while the contents are known, they are nonetheless shocking….

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