Tuesday, 1 December 2009

It's official - Job policies Favour migrants

A CABINET Minister faces an angry backlash after he admitted that Labour and local councils have ignored the white working-class over mass immigration.

Communities Secretary John Denham said his party’s policies of mass migration and multi-culturalism had bred a feeling of “insecurity and unfairness” in many less affluent areas of Britain.

He conceded that councils and quangos had been “blind” to the needs of many ordinary voters by appearing to favour ethnic minorities when it came to public services, housing and jobs.

Mr Denham made his remarks yesterday to a TUC conference held to mark the 10th anniversary of the inquiry into the racially-motivated murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence.

It was the furthest a Cabinet Minister has yet gone in publicly recognising the extent of the Government’s failure to address concerns of white, working-class voters.

His speech reflected growing concern among ministers at the surge in popularity of the British National Party.

But critics of Labour’s policy last night said his “admission of failure” would do nothing to repair the harm done by more than a decade of mass immigration.

Daily Express

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