37%
Yes
63%
No
37%
Yes
63%
No

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 @9PWDD5L answered…2wks2W

No , migrants should be allowed in if they are given work visas. The EU must be stricter on non contributing migrants

 @9QDKMQ4answered…1wk1W

The EU can do what they want as we are no linger part of it their stances are of no consequence to the UK, who should be protecting its borders being flooded with illegal immigrants because the infrastructure in the UK is at breaking point as it is eg. The NHS can’t cope and a bigger population would create even more dificulties.
France, for example, has land in abundance & a similar population to that of the UK yet allows the immigrants to come to the UK with no resistance!

 @9Q9VXQQanswered…1wk1W

Yes, based on size of country and whether available resources can support increased population. I.E is there enough hospital spaces, schools etc

 @9Q8BJ6Fanswered…1wk1W

No, That should be for the countries to decide based on their infrastructure to facilitate the numbers

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