Stranger in city

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A CORRESPONDENT (Mar 26) asked how many Sheffield people feel the same about immigration. I share those concerns. I feel like a foreigner in my own city at times and we have to be careful what we say. I’m no racist. My brother-in-law is a decent, hard working immigrant, unlike some who come here, pay nothing in but get everything. Multi-culturalism hasn’t worked due to the sheer volume of immigrants. Our identity is, sadly, fast disappearing.

Dave, S3

many think same as the person on Coleridge Road. We’re fast becoming the minority in our own country. If it was as easy to get into other countries maybe we’d all emigrate and leave them to carry on wrecking this country.

Brian, S8