Migration Issues in the United Kingdom

Labor’s twelve-year rule was marked by confusion over immigration controls and serious abuses in the granting of citizenship to those concerned. During this period, leaders of the radical opposition of developing countries, international terrorists, heads of corporations with dubious or openly criminal capital received political asylum, and obtaining citizenship turned into an extensive business network for organizing the sale of passports with a slight political technological flavor.

Over the 12 years of the Labor government, 5 interior ministers have been replaced, promising to tighten migration controls, a new law on migration policy was adopted almost every year, accompanied by comprehensive criticism of its provisions for ignoring the real problems caused by essentially uncontrolled migration. The situation in 1997, before the arrival of the Conservatives in 2010, only worsened.

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