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Boris Johnson Wants An Amnesty For Illegal Immigrants, Do You?

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This is a really good idea.  Many of these people would have fled unstable and dangerous countries.  We (as a country) should do this to go a small way to cleaning up the mess Labour made.

 

Kicking them all out would be next to impossible and very costly.  Therefore a sensible way to deal with the situation is through an amnesty.

 

That way we can welcome them into the worksforce.

 

Even bad people can do good things.

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What has Farage said about this?

 

His supporters will probably take a very dim view of this. 😵

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53 minutes ago, Borista336 said:

oh dear god here we go, he does something you should be applauding and all you can do is snipe?

It's called realism; Boris has form for lying and form for not following through.

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13 minutes ago, Halibut said:

It's called realism; Boris has form for lying and form for not following through.

well we will see wont we, hes started well with a good speech and some good team behind him, at least give him a chance.

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12 minutes ago, Halibut said:

It's called realism; Boris has form for lying and form for not following through.

He's been arguing for an amnesty for illegal immigrants for years. It wasn't politically expedient then, so why lie about it?  

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7 minutes ago, Robin-H said:

He's been arguing for an amnesty for illegal immigrants for years. It wasn't politically expedient then, so why lie about it?  

I'll believe it when it happens - he'll say whatever serves him to say; just look at Brexit.

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2 minutes ago, Halibut said:

I'll believe it when it happens - he'll say whatever serves him to say; just look at Brexit.

Why does it serve him to be arguing for an amnesty? Particularly back in 2016 during the height of the migration crisis.. 

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11 hours ago, Robin-H said:

Why does it serve him to be arguing for an amnesty? Particularly back in 2016 during the height of the migration crisis.. 

Like the "crisis" Johnson and Vote Leave making false claims that Turkey was about to join the EU - complete with poster showing all 76 million Turks bound for the UK?

 

http://www.voteleavetakecontrol.org/why_vote_leave.html  (press the > half a dozen times)

 

Happy to play the immigration card all ways is our Boris.

 

 

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On 26/07/2019 at 06:13, lazarus said:

No!

 

On 26/07/2019 at 06:41, Halibut said:

No what?

 

Its not hard to work out. The thread title is Boris Johnson Wants An Amnesty For Illegal Immigrants, Do You?  :huh:

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This thread is so funny!

 

Imagine the furore if it had been Mr Corbyn proposing an amnesty for illegal immigrants.  Or, indeed, the massive debt-fuelled public spending binge that Mr Johnson has also promised.

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55 minutes ago, CaptainSwing said:

Imagine the furore if it had been Mr Corbyn proposing an amnesty for illegal immigrants.  Or, indeed, the massive debt-fuelled public spending binge that Mr Johnson has also promised.

Yes, Corbyn’s spending proposals are seen as dangerous and uncosted, whereas Johnson’s are simply him carrying out what he promised Conservative members in the leadership election.

 

If he is serious about a no deal Brexit, it is going to cost the nation £billions in preparations never mind the £billions the no deal exit would cost when it happens.

 

He just doesn’t have the money.

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2 minutes ago, Top Cats Hat said:

Yes, Corbyn’s spending proposals are seen as dangerous and uncosted, whereas Johnson’s are simply him carrying out what he promised Conservative members in the leadership election.

 

If he is serious about a no deal Brexit, it is going to cost the nation £billions in preparations never mind the £billions the no deal exit would cost when it happens.

 

He just doesn’t have the money.

What is the difference, in terms of how much the proposals would cost, between what Boris and Corbyn have promised? 

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