It is time to say we can't take any more

Well done Susan Richardson, (Letters, March 30). I thought exactly the same after reading Paul Colk's letter.

Friday, 8th April 2016, 5:59 am
Updated Friday, 8th April 2016, 6:01 am
migrants and refugees

Of course we coped with immigration 50 years ago. The population was nowhere near as high.

Now our population has soared beyond belief and is still rising.

On top of that we have young men in Calais forcing their way over here.

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It is the hard working truck drivers I feel sorry for.

Many of the Syrian families have five or six children, all putting extra strain on social services, hospitals and schools and emergency services are at breaking point.

I thought David Cameron was pretty tough, but I have to admit he seems to have lost it this year.

EU supporters need to stop their scaremongering about how we won’t be safe and can’t survive if we vote to leave.

We are in the EU and this country has never felt so vulnerable.

It is time to say we can’t take any more and save what little we have left of our country for our future generations.

Finally, let’s put the word ‘Easter’ back on Easter eggs - Terry Palmer did get his facts right.

Worried pensioner