Interior Minister Theresa May is the clear frontrunner, pitching herself as capable of unifying a party fractured by last month’s Brexit referendum.
Every propaganda gimmick was rolled out. Brexit was dismissed, mocked and ridiculed. It was for lunatics and madmen. Anyone who voted to leave the benevolent bosom of the European Union was an ignorant xenophobe who had no place in the modern world.
London mayor Sadiq Khan, a Labour Party pro-EU candidate who replaced Johnson, accused him of starting “off with platitudes about immigration” but conducting a campaign which “hasn’t been Project Fear, it’s been Project Hate”.
“If we vote out, it is a decade of uncertainty, and we shouldn’t risk it,” Mr. Cameron said.
Farage was pressed on a number of occasions to reassure voters that a vote to leave would not discriminate against ethnic minority Brits.
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) slashed its forecasts for the UK economy as it said Brexit fears have already “undermined” growth.
And if, as is currently the case, we cannot limit or even anticipate the number of immigrants arriving in the UK from any of the 27 other EU nations, then if limits are to be imposed, they have to be imposed on those coming here from outside the EU.
“I’m in favour of immigration. I’m in favour of the benefits it brings to our society. But I have to say that what is happening at the moment is being done completely without the consent of the British people,” [former London Mayor Boris]Johnson said. Link To Article
Campaigners for tougher curbs on immigration said another decade of record-level population growth would “make a bad situation a whole lot worse”
Home Secretary Theresa May is also expected to launch a review of the Islamic Sharia courts springing up in parts of the country.