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CulzieDate: Friday, 2015-07-31, 7:30 PM | Message # 1
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Asylum Seekers: Why They Come To UK And France

Sky News – 3 hours ago.  31/07/2015

What do migrants get when they come to Europe? A comparison of the UK and France, plus other facts and stats to know.
:: Housing

UK - People seeking asylum will be given somewhere to live. This could be a flat, house, hostel or B&B. You can't choose where you live. It is unlikely you will be housed in London or southeast England.

France - Asylum-seekers are entitled to accommodation. The government is planning to build new housing for asylum seekers and for people granted asylum.

:: Money
UK - You'll get a weekly allowance so you can buy food, clothing and toiletries. A single adult gets £36.95. The sum could go up to as much as £72.52 depending on your age and family situation. Mothers and young children can get an extra payment of up to £5 per week. You can also apply for a one-off £300 maternity payment depending on the age of your child.

France - Adults get a temporary waiting allowance (ATA) of 11.45 euros (£8.01) a day. That's 80.15 euros (£56.08) a week.
:: Healthcare

UK - The government website says migrants 'may' get free healthcare from the NHS. They also get free prescriptions, free dental care, free eyesight tests and help paying for glasses.

France - People seeking asylum are covered by the universal healthcare insurance system, but will have to prove that their incomes are low.

:: Education
UK - Children must attend school if aged between five and 17 and may be eligible for free school meals.

France - Children aged between six and 16 must go to school.

:: Work

UK -  Points-based system for anyone from outside the EU who wants to work in the UK.

France - If you're from outside of the EU, to legally work in France you need to find a job, obtain a work permit, obtain a long-stay visa and apply for a residence permit.

:: Detection

UK - Police cannot stop people in the street to ask for their papers, which could make it easier for illegal immigrants to avoid being picked up.

France - Official ID cards are available for free for French citizens. They are not compulsory but not carrying one could be problematic for those seeking asylum.

:: Chances Of Staying

UK - In 2014, 12,750 people from outside the EU applied to stay in the UK. 4,015 were approved (31.49%).

France - In 2014, 37,085 people from outside the EU applied to stay in France. 5,825 were approved (15.71%).
:: Origins

UK - The top five countries of origin for UK asylum seekers in 2014 were Pakistan, Eritrea, Iran, Syria and Albania.

France - Top five origin countries for France asylum seekers in 2014 were Democratic Republic of Congo, Russia, Bangladesh, Albania and Syria.

:: Other quick facts and figures on immigration:
In 2014...
:: There were 19.5 million refugees in the world
:: Conflict and persecution forced an average of 42,500 people per day to leave their homes
:: Developing countries host over 86% of the world's refugees
:: Germany was the largest recipient of new asylum claims with 173,100
:: The UK received 31,300
:: The country hosting the largest number of refugees was Turkey, with 1.59 million
:: Syria was the world's top 'source country' of refugees



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RSAUBDate: Friday, 2015-07-31, 9:57 PM | Message # 2
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Both France and Britain along with Western Europe have been destroyed by third world immigration.
 
CulzieDate: Saturday, 2015-08-01, 7:09 PM | Message # 3
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No doubt about that but yet they still continue on the downward slope by allowing these people in. That eejit Cameron said on tv these people are coming here to get jobs and because its a nice country. If that's the sort of fool we have running the country...God help us.

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CulzieDate: Thursday, 2015-08-27, 9:42 PM | Message # 4
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The number now stands at 8 million people who wern't born in the UK. The business people and the nhs were on tv waffling on in the usual way about how they are needed here.The NHS guy was talking about nurses and thats why we needed them but no one ever asks ' do we need them because of the large number of immigrants coming into the country and who use the hospitals'? I have never heard this raised. No one seems to ask that question.

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RSAUBDate: Friday, 2015-08-28, 4:10 AM | Message # 5
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The sad thing is nobody actually challenges these liberal clowns. The reality is in Ulster the vast majority of student nurses who qualify from University fail to find work within the NHS in their first year of being fully qualified. So many find work within the private sector, a large number also move abroad.
 
CulzieDate: Monday, 2015-09-14, 2:37 PM | Message # 6
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It is all planned out in advance. The government have been working to an agenda that agenda being the blocking of home grown nurses and medics, and then crying that we are short of nurses and have to bring them in from abroad. It is working for them and in the last couple of weeks one NHS administrator said they were in 'diffs' and needed nurses from abroad.

I remember reading in the BT that a 'think tank' said that the native people already living here would have to get used to life on benefits as there was going to be a influx of foreigners and they would be getting any jobs going. This was years ago. Maybe the 1980/90s.

In the 1950's 5 Hospitals were in the Lisburn Rd area. All were manned 99% by white people most of them from BU and some from the rest of the UK.

The need for immigrants working in the NHS is always proclaimed. However,the number of immigrants using the NHS is never mentioned. Surely this must contribute to the situation within the NHS. There are simply more foreigners here now who are using the NHS.


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CulzieDate: Friday, 2015-10-09, 4:36 PM | Message # 7
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And so it goes on

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-34483681


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CulzieDate: Tuesday, 2015-10-20, 4:08 PM | Message # 8
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EU migrants claim a whopping £27 million in child benefit - to send back home

FOREIGN workers from EU countries are claiming a massive £27 million in child benefit per year – for children who live overseas.

By LEDA REYNOLDS
PUBLISHED: 03:57, Tue, Oct 20, 2015 | UPDATED: 10:28, Tue, Oct 20, 2015

Migrant workers from countries such as Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Lithuania are claiming the cash on behalf of their offspring living in their home countries.
Migrant workers are allowed to claim for their dependents under European legislation.
Figures obtained following a Freedom of Information request also reveal the total amount paid out in child benefits over the last five years.
Almost £116 million was paid out to Polish workers claiming for their children, Slovakia migrants were paid £7.3 million in child benefit and those from Lithuania were handed almost £6 million.
Latvia workers were handed £3.3 million in child benefit, Romania £1.3 million and the Czech Repulic £1.2 million.
Elsewhere, Bulgaria, Hungary, estomia and Slovenia workers claimed £950,000, £760,000, £210,000 and £47,000 respectively.
http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/612845/EU-migrants-claim-a-whopping-27-million-in-child-benefit-to-send-back-home?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+daily-express-uk-news+%28Daily+Express+%3A%3A+UK+Feed%29&ref=yfp

REVEALED: Syrian refugees to cost British taxpayers £24,000 each per year

EACH Syrian refugee will cost taxpayers up to £24,000 in their first year in the UK, official figures have revealed.
By TOM PARFITT
PUBLISHED: 05:52, Tue, Oct 20, 2015 | UPDATED: 06:21, Tue, Oct 20, 2015

The cost of David Cameron's resettlement scheme will range from from £10,720 for children to £23,420 for unemployed adults, according to a Home Office document.
Under the Prime Minister's scheme, announced last month, 20,000 people from camps in and around war-torn Syria will arrive in the UK over the next five years.
He has come under fire for not accepting more people fleeing Syria – with 84 bishops recently claiming Britain should accept 50,000.
But the leaked document reveals for the first time how much the plan will cost.
The cost to local councils per Syrian refugee is estimated to be £8,520 per person in their first year of relocation.
In addition, central government will be forced to pay £12,700 in benefits and £2,200 for medical care, the BBC reported.
And the cost to the taxpayer for taking in children ranges from from £10,720 for under-threes to £16,220 for those between the ages of five and 18.
http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/613236/Syria-refugee-crisis-David-Cameron-Home-Office


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CulzieDate: Saturday, 2016-09-03, 4:31 PM | Message # 9
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By OLI SMITH

PUBLISHED: 01:15, Wed, Aug 31, 2016 | UPDATED: 15:03, Wed, Aug 31, 2016

The controversial commentator took on a Remain voter on her LBC show after he blamed the Calais issue on Britons who backed Brexit.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy said over the weekend he wanted the notorious migrant camp moved to Britain.

Hopkins was a vocal supporter of leaving the EU and grew angry at Dave implying Brexit was to blame for the problems in Calais.

She fired back: "Why are you putting 'we' in inverted commas Dave? You don't like the Leavers do you?
"Is it them and us in the UK now?"

Hopkins then took apart Dave's argument and reminded the "Remoaners" who won the EU referendum.

She added: "There's so many Remoaners with chips on their shoulders. You don't like the fact that we voted Brexit. We won.

"You'd love to see this Jungle moved back to Kent, because you'd see it as punishment and you'd be able to gloat.
"Just to say we should have stayed part of that useless bureaucratic centre of nonsense that is the EU."

Hopkins continued: "Brexiters are actually very passionate, patriotic people who believe we are one country.

"I think it's Remoaners who are divisive. All your multiculturalism nonsense. We now live in a land, a city of ghettos thanks to your multiculturalism.

"We will stand up for our country and we will not see people like you take it down."

http://www.express.co.uk/news....ref=yfp


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