Thursday, 24 January 2013

Boston mum has no regrets over speaking out about immigration on BBC1's Question Time

A despairing mum who some have labelled a spokesman for Britain's "ordinary people" says she is glad to have spoken out about immigration live on prime time TV.

Rachel Bull's spontaneous outburst on BBC1's Question Time sparked rapturous applause from the show's audience at Lincoln's Drill Hall.

"You go down to Boston High Street and it's just like you're in a foreign country. It's got to stop. The services are at breaking point."

When she finally finished speaking, there was a moment's silence and then applause.

After the show had finished, some audience members were still praising Mrs Bull.

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Boston immigration levels to be discussed in Parliament

Paul Kenny, a councillor in Boston, Lincolnshire, will present a report to MPs on how the large influx of migrant workers has changed the area.

Last year residents held a "peaceful protest" to highlight the pressures on services after 9,000 foreign workers settled in Boston in recent years.

Igor Kartel, a representative for the Polish community, blamed the recession.

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It is politically incorrect to say so but Britain is already bursting at the seams  

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Migrants with no job or money are being allowed to settle here because of failure of background checks

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