Following the Release of New Figures, Nigel Accuses Cameron of “Total Failure” on Immigration

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 27, 2014

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David Cameron had pledged to cut migration figures to less than 100,000, but new figures show this was a “total failure,” says Nigel Farage.

Speaking to the BBC, he said the pledge had never been genuine, as the UK’s membership in the EU meant “we have a total open door to nearly half a billion people.”


The prime minister’s spokesman said immigration from outside the EU was down and more would be done.

But Labour said the PM had made a promise with “no idea” how to keep it.

Party leader Ed Miliband said: “He promised to get migration down, and it’s gone up. We’re not going to make promises we can’t keep.”

Figures show 260,000 more people moved to live in the UK than left it in the year to June, up 78,000 on the previous year.

The Office for National Statistics said on Thursday that 583,000 people moved to the UK in the 12 months to June 2014 – while 323,000 emigrated from the country.

It means net migration is higher than it was in the year to June 2010 when the coalition came into power.

Mr Farage told the BBC the Conservatives had made a “dishonest promise” in their manifesto, at a time they were trying to “say immigration and Europe were two separate issues”.

“It represents the total failure of what David Cameron said to the electorate in 2010,” he told BBC News.

The concept of saying he would slow immigration was retarded in the first place, as the border was wide open and he has made no attempt to alter this situation – mainly because the only way to alter the situation would be to exit the EU.

The fact that Cameron just said “uh, yeah, don’t worry about it, it’ll slow somehow for no reason” just shows how dishonest the man is.