We are under no moral obligation to destroy our own societies.
If you can not control your own borders (let alone your currency and economy) then you are not a sovereign nation.
The only way to restore proper control over immigration and bring the number of new arrivals down to sensible levels is to leave the EU.
Stay in and things are just going to keep getting worse no matter what any of our politicians try to do about it.
Only one way to end this continual flow of migrants
THE possibility of Britain either leaving the EU or clamping down on migrant benefits has already seen EU workers rushing to come to Britain.
Nearly 1 million people have arrived in Europe in just one year
Nothing better illustrates the impossibility of trying to control immigration while we remain part of the EU.
Even attempting to bring the numbers down ends up sending them rocketing.
And yesterday Europe minister David Lidington confirmed that the Government supports accelerating Turkey’s membership application to the EU.
That could mean another 77 million people, many of them earning wages far below those in Britain, being given the right to come to live in this country.
Soon they will have even more reason to come here.
When the new National Living Wage comes into force it will guarantee low-skilled workers across the continent the opportunity to earn even higher wages.
And they will flock to this country in droves, putting more pressure on our public services and making it harder for Britons to find jobs.
It is impossible to blame them for wanting a better life here.
But that does not mean we have an obligation to find room for them all.