Thursday, 13 June 2013

UK's Conservatives begin immigration campaign – two years before election

UK's Conservatives begin immigration campaign – two years before election
Theresa May, the UK's Home Secretary and a senior figure in the UK's Conservative Party, has written to Conservative Party members to claim that the UK's coalition government is 'getting immigration under control'. Theresa May, a Conservative member of parliament and the UK's current Home Secretary (the minister with responsibility for immigration and crime) has sent an email to Party members claiming 'we've cut immigration by more than a third since 2010'.
The Conservative Home website, an independent website with strong links to the Conservative Party, says that the email, which was sent on 5th June 2013, was 'drawing the dividing lines with Labour on immigration' and it does seem to be a piece of electoral politics – two years before the next general election which should be held in June 2015.
The email contains a diagram that seeks to draw a distinction between the rising levels of immigration under the former Labour government and the falling net immigration figure under the current government. The graphic suggests that immigration rose by 35,000 under Labour in 2009 and by 54,000 in 2010 under Labour but fell by 37,000 in 2011 and by 62,000 in 2012 under 'The Conservatives'.
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