No migrants in my house

NO SALES, NO ARCHIVE. CAN ONLY BE USED IN CONNECTION WITH THE EXHIBITION, LONG TO REIGN OVER US. 'Undated handout photo issued by the Royal Collection Trust of the Julian Calder photograph showing the Queen at her desk, Balmoral 2012, part of the Long to Reign Over Us exhibition.  The new photographic display celebrating the Queen's reign is to go on show at Buckingham Palace on the day she becomes the longest reigning monarch. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday August 18, 2015. The Royal Collection announced that a special outdoor exhibition will appear at the Queen's London home, as well as at Windsor Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse, on September 9. Long to Reign Over Us, which can be viewed by visitors to the palaces and castle, includes official portraits and images of the Queen from 1952 to the present day, as well as previously seen informal photographs of the monarch and her family. See PA story ROYAL Reign. Photo credit should read: Julian Calder/PA Wire''NOTE TO EDITORS: This handout
NO SALES, NO ARCHIVE. CAN ONLY BE USED IN CONNECTION WITH THE EXHIBITION, LONG TO REIGN OVER US. 'Undated handout photo issued by the Royal Collection Trust of the Julian Calder photograph showing the Queen at her desk, Balmoral 2012, part of the Long to Reign Over Us exhibition. The new photographic display celebrating the Queen's reign is to go on show at Buckingham Palace on the day she becomes the longest reigning monarch. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday August 18, 2015. The Royal Collection announced that a special outdoor exhibition will appear at the Queen's London home, as well as at Windsor Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse, on September 9. Long to Reign Over Us, which can be viewed by visitors to the palaces and castle, includes official portraits and images of the Queen from 1952 to the present day, as well as previously seen informal photographs of the monarch and her family. See PA story ROYAL Reign. Photo credit should read: Julian Calder/PA Wire''NOTE TO EDITORS: This handout
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I have a spare bedroom in my house, but no I won’t be offering it out to any migrant.

Many have said, yes bring them over, I would offer a room to a family, is that really true, if push came to shove would they really do it?

And as for all the clergy saying we need more refugees over here, that’s you’re opinion.

The vast majority think the country and services are over stretched already.

Then again, the Queen has all those residences, she could accomodate quite a number in those.

What’s that, the sound of silence?

Thought so

Jayne Grayson

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