If the Government stopped providing free housing and accommodation, stopped free healthcare and education, and ceased all welfare and benefit payments, the immigration problem would be solved overnight.
Last year 330,000 economic migrants from the EU and elsewhere in the world arrived on our shores.
They are not coming here to enjoy our wonderful climate.
The fact is, word has gone around the world that the UK is a soft touch.
If immigrants insist on coming here they should be self-sufficient from day one, finding their own accommodation and having adequate health insurance and pre-planned employment prospects.
Do not be surprised if you find it more difficult to see your doctor.
If you are lucky enough to get your child into a half-decent school do not be surprised if it employs more interpreters than teachers.
It has been predicted that it could take up to three years before the UK finally sheds the EU millstone hanging around our necks.
In the meantime, the UK taxpayer will still pay Brussels’ membership fees and still have to accept up to a million more economic migrants.
I cannot understand the fuss surrounding the European single market.
I buy my wine from Australia and everything else from China.
Theresa May should invoke Article 50 now and get us out of the EU as soon as possible, and then start to organise a referendum on our bloated foreign aid programme.
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More by this authorSharon Hodkin