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sana
Sat, 24 May 2014 07:52 EDT
Sunset
Walikumsalam sis thank u for you explain me.Labour has lot a vote from to HX tooo Labour has defended its performance at the local council elections after facing a backlash of criticism frm members of its own party, despite gaining almost 300 seats n ousting de Conservatives frm de Tory stronghold of Hammersmith nd Fulham.
Sunset
Sat, 24 May 2014 06:20 EDT
Dee
Asalaam alaikum

I'm not upset but got frustrated as it's so annoying when people can not support the truth. It's all okay bro, let's leave it.
Sunset
Sat, 24 May 2014 06:18 EDT
Heera and Sana
Asalaam alaikum

UKIP has nothing to do with any hold cases as this decision will be made by the court (Justice Blake), whereas Nigel Farage from UKIP has not become the Prime Minister so therefore he will not have no input towards any law or policy. His party will be representing us in the European Parliament not at House of Lords/Commons.

Just for your information Labour has over all had much higher support and votes so therefore we have more support towards immigration as they disagree with the income threshold requirement.

Let's not get in to this political mess if it's not understood and start saying stuff which is not true. These elections were Local and European Parliament only not to decide who is Prime Minister and who will have an input towards the rules and laws of the country.
MNK56
Sat, 24 May 2014 05:51 EDT
Heera
Asslam O Alikum Wa Rehmatullah

Can you please share the link where from you copied it?
sana
Sat, 24 May 2014 05:41 EDT
Heera
Aslamalikum,can you tell me any connection between elections and hold cases i mean about law,s?
Heera
Sat, 24 May 2014 05:16 EDT
All
UKIP's policies on immigration are currently under review[113] after receiving criticism for not having "clear-cut" immigration policies.[114] The party has previously outlined a number of measures designed to reduce immigration into the UK [110][113] which include a five-year "freeze" on immigration for permanent settlement, the introduction of a points-based work-permit system and initiating a drive to remove illegal immigrants. In addition, UKIP proposes to allow EU citizens who have been domiciled in the UK for seven years to apply for citizenship.[110][113] Since EU immigrants are overwhelmingly white and non-EU immigrants are overwhelmingly non-white, UKIP’s immigration policy would mean a higher proportion of immigrants to Britain are ethnic minorities. This opposition to freedom of movement is, according to UKIP, to end discrimination on the basis of EU citizenship in favour of a purely skill based immigration policy.[115]
Prince
Sat, 24 May 2014 03:53 EDT
To noman
Thanks yaar for sharing your time scale with us. Allahtallah will grant us with visa soon
NOMAN
Sat, 24 May 2014 03:40 EDT
TO ASMA SHAH AND F.D.S
HOW R U ASMA AND F.D.S,I AM GOOD THANKS FOR ASKING?F.D.S UR CHAND IS HERE WHERE R U NOW HA HA HA.
NOMN
Sat, 24 May 2014 03:38 EDT
TO PRINCE
YAR I AM NOT ON HOLD THEY SEND ME EMAIL IN MARCH AND SAID THEY ARE DOING FURTHER CHECKS AND I APPLIED IN 11/6/2013 AND NEXT MONTH GOING TO BE A YEAR AND I APPLIED FROM LAHORE.
Heera
Sat, 24 May 2014 00:33 EDT
All
UKIP's policies on immigration are currently under review[113] after receiving criticism for not having "clear-cut" immigration policies.[114] The party has previously outlined a number of measures designed to reduce immigration into the UK [110][113] which include a five-year "freeze" on immigration for permanent settlement, the introduction of a points-based work-permit system and initiating a drive to remove illegal immigrants. In addition, UKIP proposes to allow EU citizens who have been domiciled in the UK for seven years to apply for citizenship.[110][113] Since EU immigrants are overwhelmingly white and non-EU immigrants are overwhelmingly non-white, UKIP’s immigration policy would mean a higher proportion of immigrants to Britain are ethnic minorities. This opposition to freedom of movement is, according to UKIP, to end discrimination on the basis of EU citizenship in favour of a purely skill based immigration policy.[115]

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