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  • commented 2017-09-20 15:08:36 +0100
    Hi,


    I’m contacting you on behalf on Renew, an emerging pro-European, UK political party formed with the central goal of opposing Brexit.


    To be brief, we are looking for 100 people who would potentially consider standing as candidates for Renew in forthcoming local and/or national elections.


    We would love to get our message out to your membership, please let us know your thoughts on this.


    Our details are below.


    https://renewbritain.org/


    https://renewbritain.org/become-a-candidate/


    https://www.facebook.com/RenewBritain/


    https://twitter.com/Renew_Britain


    YouTube Channel


    Kind Regards,


    James Stuart Clarke


    https://www.facebook.com/JamesClarkeRenew/


    https://www.linkedin.com/in/jsclarke/
  • commented 2017-09-20 09:48:23 +0100
  • commented 2017-08-28 11:40:11 +0100
    NET IMMIGRATION FIGURES


    1997 – 48,000 The equivalent of a town the size of Ayr (population 48,000)

    1998 – 140,000 The equivalent of a town the size of Bolton (population 140,300)

    1999 – 163,000 The equivalent of a town the size of Oxford (population 164,000)

    2000 – 158,000 The equivalent of a town larger than Blackpool (population 152,000)

    2001 – 171,000 The equivalent of a town the size of Bournemouth (population 168,000)

    2002 – 153,000 The equivalent of a city the size of Dundee (population 151,300)

    2003 – 148,000 The equivalent of a city the size of York (population 148,300)

    2004 – 245,000 The equivalent of a city the size of Derby (population 247,500)

    2005 – 206,000 The equivalent of a city larger than Newcastle (population 200,200)

    2006 – 198,000 The equivalent of a town the size of Northampton (population 199,900)

    2007 – 233,000 The equivalent of a town the size of Reading (population 236,900)

    2008 – 163,000 The equivalent of a city the size of Oxford (population 164,000)

    2009 – 198,000 The equivalent of a town the size of Northampton (population 199,900)

    2010 – 252,000 The equivalent of a city the size of Southampton (population 252,700)

    2011 – 242,000 The equivalent of a city the size of Plymouth (population 240,000)

    2012 – 177,000 The equivalent of a city the size of Aberdeen (population 177,000)

    2013 – 212,000 The equivalent of a city the size of Rochdale (population 212,000)

    2014 – 300,000 The equivalent of a city larger than Southampton (population 252,700)

    2015 – 300,000 The equivalent of a city larger than Southampton (population 252,700)

    2016 – 246,000 The equivalent of a city the size of Wolverhampton (population 249,000)



    The net immigration figures have been obtained from the ONS and are accurate. They illustrate the scale of the problem. Populations the size of cities such as Derby, Plymouth, or Southampton have been arriving here to stay each year against the wishes of the silent majority. The majority of the electorate of England have voted against further immigration since the general election in 2005. (More people have voted Conservative than any other party.) The majority of the electorate of the UK have voted against further immigration at the general elections in 2010, 2015, and 2017. The majority of the electorate of the UK have voted to leave the EU at the referendum in order to retain our sovereignty, limit further immigration, and regain control of our laws free from the influence of European courts. It is only fair that the moderate voice of the mainstream is heard. We can say no to further immigration because there is a mandate to do so.