The Future of England
by John Hayter, Solicitor
The future of England under the Coalition is bleak. Under David Donald Cameron mass immigration is still at over 500,000 a year. Four million net immigrants (the ones we know about) since 1997 have meant house prices are beyond reach for youngsters, and public services are unable to cope. It costs six times as much to teach a foreign child, who cannot speak English, as is spent on an English child. 93% of immigrants to the UK live in England.
90% of jobs created in 2010 went to immigrants. One million 16 to 24 year olds (mostly English) are not in education, employment or training. England is the most densely populated country in the EU, apart from Malta, and the sixth in the World leaving aside small islands and city states. Still the contemptible politicians do nothing, preferring to talk about such trivia as reform of the House of Lords and gay marriage. Cameron spends £7-8 billion a year on Foreign Aid, yet the English people are denied life saving cancer drugs costing a mere £250 million a year. To rub salt in the wound Cameron has agreed with the EU that immigrants with AIDS will be entitled to free treatment of up to £20,000 a year on the English NHS.
A £49 billion subsidy a year from England under the Barnett Formula is spent on the three Celtic countries of the UK. Scotland receives £1600 a head more than England, Wales £1000 a head, and Northern Ireland £2500 a head. They have benefits in Health and Education, which we are denied.
We still have no English Parliament to prevent England being used by the three main Political Parties for mass immigration, as a mere cash cow for others, and as a free for all for developers. There is little democracy for England. The Prime Minister calls the shots, and his MPs are merely eunuchs doing as they are told, with scant parliamentary scrutiny.
Much law, rules and regulations come from the EU, and the Conservatives, like the other two main parties, use those as a stick to beat the people of England, who yearn to be free. Political correctness has had a devastating effect on English men and women, particularly suppressing what was once so prized as freedom of speech for an Englishman.
The BBC peddles the Political Establishment agenda of anti-English, pro mass immigration, pro multi-culturism, pro EU, and political correctness. (Stalin never had a better propagandist). One irony is that the BBC are so eager to embrace the political correctness of Diversity, and yet virtually all their political commentators on television and radio are Scottish!
What of Rayleigh. At the last General Election the Conservatives promised to abolish the targets for new houses and Gypsy and Traveller sites laid down by the East of England Regional Assembly. They promised to give jurisdiction over such back to the District Councils.
The Conservative Rochford District Council, however, have ended up with an approved Core Strategy little different from the one they had under Labour. This involves 2785 new homes in Rochford District on Green Belt, and a Gypsy and Traveller site or sites for 15 pitches in total by 2018. The reason for this has become clear in that Cameron has provided for an extra payment of Council Tax from taxpayers money to the Councils for every new house, caravan and mobile home. In January 2012 he committed £60 million of taxpayers’ money for more than 750 new and improved pitches for Travellers in England.
The proposed locations for the new houses with no corresponding public services or infrastructure are Hall road, Rochford (600), Ashingdon (600), Hullbridge (500), Hawkwell (175), Hockley (50), London Road Rayleigh (550), Canewdon (60) and Great Wakering (250).
The proposed Gypsy and Traveller sites in Rayleigh are one at the junction of A127 and A1245; two sites at A1245 on the right travelling towards Chelmsford just before the junction of A1245 and Rawreth Lane; one site at London Road just before Little Wheatley Chase on the right travelling towards Rayleigh; and one site at Goldsmith Drive opposite Lords Golf Club, Hullbridge Road. Hockley has two sites, one in Plumberow Avenue.
Frontline services have been cut but the Chief Executive of the Conservative Essex County Council receives £220,000 a year, 12employees are paid over £130,000 a year, and 111 employees over £80,000 a year. £39 million was spent on Consultants in 2009/10, and in 2009 £4.8 million on publicity.
The Rochford District Council Conservative Cabinet of eight Councillors enjoyed the lion’s share of £287000 allowances for 2009/10. That reflected their 158% increase. A pothole only costs on average £50 to mend.