How immigration effects low income families, 1.8m families in the UK are on the waiting list, 1.2million foreigners live in social housing.

Sinbad

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This is a report from 2013, you can only imagine that things have become much worse in the UK.

It can also be noted that if this is happening in the UK it damn well is happening in Ireland too.

Nearly half a million immigrants have been given taxpayer-funded homes over the past decade. The revelation comes as the number of families on the waiting list for social housing hits a record 1.8million. Most are British born.

Of the four million migrants who arrived between 2001 and 2011, 469,843 were allocated council or housing association properties...


In case you were wondering why there is a "housing crisis" in Ireland and the UK.

Reality is, we have an immigration crisis and the politicians have no intention of doing a THING about it bar making it worse.

1 million more people in Ireland by 2040.
 

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This is a report from 2013, you can only imagine that things have become much worse in the UK.

It can also be noted that if this is happening in the UK it damn well is happening in Ireland too.





In case you were wondering why there is a "housing crisis" in Ireland and the UK.

Reality is, we have an immigration crisis and the politicians have no intention of doing a THING about it bar making it worse.

1 million more people in Ireland by 2040.
Which shouldn't happen with the current birth rates
 
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