Labour Turns All UKIP…There Must Be An Election Coming



Just been listening to 5Live talking  (around 08:45…still on air just now) to Labour’s Jon Ashworth as he talked about this:

Labour accuses Tesco and Next of hiring foreign staff on the cheap

Labour will ignite a fresh row over immigration this week by naming leading companies who they claim “seem to deliberately exclude British people” from jobs



Guess what?  Not a single word from the BBC here about Labour’s immigration policy, and not a word about Mandelson’s revelation that Labour went ‘hunting’ for immigrant workers in Europe to bring back here….you might have thought Ashworth complaining about Next doing just that might have jogged the BBC interviewer’s memory…but no.


Immigrants? We sent out search parties to get them to come… and made it hard for Britons to get work, says Mandelson

  • Former minister admits Labour deliberately engineered mass immigration
  • Between 1997 and 2010 net migration to Britain totalled 2.2million



If ever there was a more controversial and important subject, one that would blow Labour out of the water if it was reported openly by all media sources not just the Mail & Co,  immigration and Labour’s highly destructive and secret plan to flood this country with foreigners regardless of the effect on the native workers, must be it.


Which is why the BBC won’t touch it.

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30 Responses to Labour Turns All UKIP…There Must Be An Election Coming

  1. David Brims says:

    Labours hypocrisy borders on the supernatural.


    • John Wood says:

      Yes – but repeating this is not the function of this website.


      • Alan says:

        But saying that the BBC haven’t even reported this let alone repeated it, is the function of this site.


        • Llareggub says:

          Yes indeed Alan, especially as the words ‘Labour says…’ seem to preface BBC news reports.


      • Deborah says:

        2nd story on Broadcasting House this morning (and longest) was that Chris Bryant is going to make a speech tomorrow (if I knew how to underline in comments I would have underlined the ‘tomorrow’) attacking Tesco and Next. So tomorrow Chris Bryant is going to say this, this and this reports the BBC. Why should the BBC be reporting a Monday speech on a Sunday? Because they do the will of the Labour Party.


        • Span Ows says:

          Agreed, I know we live in a leak obsessed world but how can this possibly be construed as news?


        • Rufus McDufus says:

          Funny how the BBC get copies of the speeches beforehand. Has anyone actually ever seen somone make the speech or is it just an email sent to the BBC a few days earlier?


          • Span Ows says:

            Unfortunately this isn’t just the BBC, it is just the way things are done these days, which is wrong. Another thing to blame Blair and Campbell for.


  2. George R says:

    And the unelected, ex-E.U Commissioner for Labour, MANDELSON (a Beeboid favourite), is a long-time political architect of the E.U open door, mass immigration strategy.


    • Geoff says:

      Indeed the irony of this is that Mandelscum has recently admitted that commencing in 2004 Labour sent out search parties encouraging immigrant workers to come here….


  3. JMH says:

    Where are you Gordon?????????????


  4. F*** the Beeb says:

    Labour deliberately engineered this mess, now they have the gall to blame it on the (incompetent but in this case innocent) coalition government and honestly think the electorate is stupid enough to fall for it. Unbelievable.


    • Dysgwr_Cymraeg says:

      The problem here me ole china, is that there is no shortage of spoonfed morons who will actually fall for it.
      Of course, it’s not everyone, but the vast majority of folk who gain their information from the bbc and the daily mirror will fall for it hook, line and sinker!
      And very often, that’s all they need to swing things their way.
      Mind you, when it comes to folk getting their info from anywhere that may possibly be less than PC, such as a blog or the twittersphere, the Tories are not much better.
      Dopey David may not be rushing to create any post-Leveson legislation, but he cosied up nicely to anyone attacking the interweb, as a convenience.
      None of them want you to have an independent source of information.
      Someone told me, in the aftermath of that tragic schoolgirl suicide, that it must be the fault of all these damned computers, and that we never had bullying before.
      That is the line being fed out subtley by the MSM.
      It was of absolutely no use telling that person, that if someone wrote a malicious book , that maybe the answer was not to burn all books, or that someone receiving an obscene phone call could not discredit the whole phone system.


  5. GCooper says:

    I wonder if we can look forward to the familiar non-stop stream of shock and outrage at Bryan’ts ‘racism’ on R5 Braindead this week?


  6. The Beebinator says:

    Chris Bryant has just got a grudge against Tesco’s because they make shit underwear.


  7. The Beebinator says:




  8. George R says:

    Peter Hitchens today asks a question on Somali mass immigration into Britain, which BBC-NUJ never does:-

    “The migration scandal goes on unchecked.

    “This week’s astonishing birth-rate figures, with their frightening implications for schools, housing and public services, are clearly caused by our open borders.

    “Then there’s the over-praised Mrs Theresa May’s latest amazing escape from scandal. Her department covered up its feeble treatment of illegal migrants by blacking out chunks of a damning report. How does she get away with it?

    “And then there’s a ‘Whitehall source’ (in the foreign aid Ministry) quoted as saying: ‘If there wasn’t a conflict in Somalia, there wouldn’t be 20,000 Somali migrants in Leicester.’ Are there? And how does that follow?

    “The distance from Mogadishu to Leicester is 4,394 miles. This includes Ethiopia, Sudan, Egypt, the Mediterranean and at least three European countries. Refugees flee FROM countries, not TO countries.

    “Why are they here?”

    [Scroll down to last item.]


    • Framer says:

      BBC’s only interest in the report was in the redacted paragraphs. It feared government secrecy on immigration!
      Diversionary tactics like that are instinctive at BH.


    • starfish says:

      “Refugees flee FROM countries, not TO countries. ”

      Hmm, if only it were true


    • Peter Grimes says:

      The Somalis are here, like most of our enriching, hard-working immigrants, for the bennies.

      If you can apply here for asylum twice, as some have done, as well as having done so in, say, Sweden, you can ‘earn’ yourself a cool quarter million £ plus for doing f… all.

      Why, you can even afford to fly to Sweden to attend your benefits interviews there.


  9. David Marsh says:

    Yet again Bryant (who usually hides behind his Parliamentary Privilege) is to make a speech where it appears from the strong responses from Tesco & Next that he simple hasn’t got his facts right & as seems usual the BBC just go along with what a someone from labour says likewise so no lesson learnt from their recent Newnight & Panorama debacles.


  10. Amounderness Lad says:

    Is Bryant alleging that Tesco and Next pay one rate of pay to the indigenous population of Britain but have a lower one for immigrants doing the same job? If so he should present us with some details, if not then what is his problem?

    Naturally, if Tesco and Next did not employ immigrants, guess which political party, with Bryant at the forefront, would be screaming that they were despicable Racists and that they should give equal opportunities to those same immigrants.

    Of course, the BBC won’t bother to rock Bryant’s toy boat by pointing out those discrepancies in his bogus claims.


  11. Thoughtful says:

    And now we hear that Liebours concern is for the ‘exploitation of foreign workers’. It doesn’t matter which way you spin in Liebours naked hatred of the white working class is clear for all to see.


  12. Rufus McDufus says:

    Oh dear, it all went tits up for Labour this morning. Tesco doesn’t even have a distribution centre in Kent. Well done chaps.


  13. Peter Grimes says:

    The Torygraph gives the lie to ‘Pants’ Bryant’s cock-up (sic).