Brits want a tougher approach on UK borders. They want legal migration reduced by hundreds of thousands and want illegal migration stopped.
A study released today by Migrant Watch UK asserts that the annual number of illegal migrants in Britain is 105,000. However, only one-third of those are removed. This means that there is an annual rise of around 70,000 illegal immigrants in Britain.
The figures from the Home Office reveal that the year ending June 2018 only 45 percent of those leaving detention were returned from the UK, whilst the majority, 55 percent, were bailed or granted leave to remain in the country. And those in detention from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, only 22 to 28 percent were returned to their home countries.