Københavns eget Panthéon
C.F.Hansens Christiansborg Slotskirke, 1810-26. Var resten bare ikke brændt 1884, havde vi haft en virkelig stor-attraktion Foto© SnaphanenVesselboe´s bekymring er Englands virkelighed
nutidens "flygtninge" kommer på turist og arbejds-visa. Og én gang inde, kommer de ikke ud. Hemmelig masseamnesti på vej i et England, der har givet op. Church of England klapper i deres små kristelige hænder.De ville gå i fakkeltog, hvis ikke det var så lyst og regnede så meget. I Danmark siger Hvilshøj og Langballe at der er styr på det. Såh.......så rejser de årlige 46.000 "studerende og arbejdende" altså alle hjem igen? Det er der helt styr på ? Polakkerne gør, det ved vi, de hænger ved deres forpinte jord, men de resterende 40.000 ? Telegraph -tema, fem artikler: (klik grafik)
'Back-door amnesty' may let immigrants stay
Hundreds of thousands of failed asylum seekers may be allowed to settle permanently in Britain under a "back-door amnesty" scheme.
The Government is striving to clear a backlog of 450,000 "legacy" cases of immigrants who were turned down for refugee status but were never expelled.
The Government is well aware it is confronted by forces that voters fear, which is why it tries to deal with the issue on the quiet. The Sunday Telegraph reveals today that the Government is working on a back-door amnesty for 450,000 asylum seekers. No matter how it is spun, this is an acceptance by ministers that they are powerless to remove those among that number who have come to Britain for work and not, as they claim, for asylum.
The numbers related to immigration are astonishing. In excess of 600,000 eastern Europeans have arrived since their countries acceded to the European Union. In London last year, 53 per cent of births were to mothers who were not born in Britain; across England and Wales it was 22 per cent. It does not take a genius to work out that in 18 years, the capital's population will be even more diverse than now. Even modest population projections, from the Government's own actuary, put the UK population up seven million at 67 million by 2031. Others say it is an underestimate.
Immigration is changing rural England life
Britain's face is changing. More than half of all babies born in London last year were the children of foreign-born mothers. Across England and Wales, the figure was approaching a quarter.