17 October 2007

Stand by for a follow-up report...

On the effects of sunshine and precipitation on the agricultural sector...
Almost every UK region has difficulties in housing, health, education and crime because of increased migration, according to an official report.

The findings are contained in a report drawn up to advise ministers on the social impact of immigration.

The Home Office's Migration Impacts Forum is meeting to discuss the effect of eastern European workers.
You dump a whole bunch of unfamiliar non-English speaking people into a previously culturally homogeneous area... you're gonna have issues.

Toss in some criminal activity... and you're gonna have "big issues".
In a first review of the regional picture, the forum received anecdotal reports of pressures across five key areas: crime and disorder, community cohesion, health, education and housing.

The reports were compiled by regional groups including police, health and education officials.

Five out of eight regions told Whitehall they had seen "difficulties" relating to crime and education.
The biggest surprise here, is that... in our, oh so politically correct climate, anyone is actually willing to address the issue at all.

The biggest truth here, is that... "If you're not measuring, you're not managing."

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