The British state must place the interests of the British people first. There is both a moral and democratic duty to do so. Therefore, when the interests of Britain conflict with the interests of other states, Britain’s interests must be paramount.
While police numbers in the UK have been drastically cut, leaving our streets unsafe, foreign aid continues to be paid to other nations. This must stop. Foreign aid should be offered in emergency situations only.
The National Health Service must be for use by British citizens or those who have contributed sufficiently to the service. ‘Health tourism’ must end.
In 2017, a High Court judge declared that ‘refugees’ should be prioritised over British citizens in both NHS care and school placements. This is a scandal and should not be tolerated.
Legal rulings frequently grant residence in the UK to those involved in crime and terrorism, despite the great risk this presents to the British public. Legislation must prevent such rulings. All non-British citizens deemed to pose a risk to the safety of the British people must be deported to their countries of origin.