Sunday, 20 January 2013

Anti-immigration march date is a step closer

Protestors are planning to march through Spalding in April to gather support for their campaign against immigration.

A provisional date of Saturday, April 20, has been given – subject to police approval.

Protest organiser Dean Everitt said campaigners wanted Spalding to be the next location for a march, following a successful demonstration in Boston in November last year.

This would be followed by a second march in Boston –as well as demonstrations in Wisbech and Lincoln – gathering support Pied Piper-style, before taking a big protest to Westminster.

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Boston immigration issues to be raised in Parliament 

Street drinking, employment and issues surrounding Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMOs) will be brought before Parliament.

Coun Paul Kenny, who led last year’s inquiry into the social impact of immigration, was invited to The House of Commons to speak to the cross-party Parliamentary Group on Immigration at a conference next Wednesday.

He plans to discuss issues which were raised through the four-month inquiry, which collected evidence on how immigration has affected the town and produced a number of recommendations in a number of areas.

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