Manifesto 2015: Join the debate

Following David Laws’ call for proposals for the Liberal Democrats’ 2015 Manifesto, the first submissions from members are now up on the Manifesto Website.

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  • Angela Munoz 4th May '14 - 11:39pm

    I am pro immigration. I would like to shift the popular opinion that immigration is a bad thing. For example, people need to be explained that if they think that the immigrants are taking ‘our jobs’ it’s not the immigrants who are at fault, it is the fact that there are not enough jobs. It would be interesting to see how many people actually have close immigrant ancestors. Our country can be improved by high skilled immigrants. As for ‘low skilled’ (as called by Labour), I want to see an action plan to help motivate these people to learn English. Last but not least, for immigrants as a whole, I would like to see a plan of action to encourage immigrants to integrate with British society, as this is truly the issue at hand.

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