LETTERS: The current high levels of migration into UK cannot be allowed to continue

People gather at the railway track in a camp near the Hungarian border with Serbia, in Roszke, southern Hungary. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
People gather at the railway track in a camp near the Hungarian border with Serbia, in Roszke, southern Hungary. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
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There seems to have been a rash of letters of late stating that Britain has to do more to help the refugees/asylum seekers and migrants currently flooding into the country, with some of the letter writers being very clever in how they word their argument and present the statistics in favour of this invasion we are a witness to.

Last year Britain had a net migration gain of 300,000 and the population is rising exponentially due to the high birth rate of migrant families as well as ever more new arrivals.

This cannot be allowed to continue regardless of the situation these people find their home countries in. They are their countries and their countries’ problems are theirs to deal with, not mine.

Yes, that is a cold-hearted view of the situation but for those that would welcome everyone from every country who wished to resettle into Europe and Britain I ask where will these people live? What will they eat? What will they drink? Who will cover the costs of their health care and education?

I would not lose a single blade of grass to house these people, for if we are not careful we will lose all our green areas under Tarmac and concrete. Our flora and fauna will be lost forever, our rivers will be drunk dry and our children’s and grandchildren’s futures as British citizens destroyed as they will be bred out to little more than a minority race within a melting pot of Third World misery transposed onto what was once the British Isles.

The current level of migration into Europe is not sustainable, simple as that.

LS

Sheffield