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Household Worker Trips up Britain’s Immigration Minister By: JENNY ANDERSON The British immigration minister has resigned after revealing that his house cleaner of six years was living in the country illegally. A man name Mr. Harper, who had been leading a restriction on illegal immigration in Britain, was an important part of a “go home” campaign. Immigration is the action of coming to live permanently in a foreign country. Immigration is an increasingly fractious issue in Britain. In 2010, Mr. Cameron pledged to reduce the number of new immigrants “by tens of thousands” by 2015, from the 200,000 a year expected under current trends. He is facing pressure from his Conservative Party as well as from the U.K. Independence Party, which is anti-immigrant and anti-European Union. The Independence Party is expected to gain traction in European parliamentary elections this year. In the UK, the immigration debate is about agreeing on a common vision for the future. Britain today seems to have a collective guilt about its once ‘glorious’ Empire. Post-Empire Brits sense some sort of duty to solve the world’s problems. Perhaps one of the country’s ways of coming to terms with the Empire has been to throw open the doors to economic migrants and refugees from all over the world. In America, immigration is a controversial issue. The British are, on the whole, a suspicious people warmhearted at an individual level, but worried about change and frequently wedded to the idea that things were better when we did it the old-fashioned way. To an extent, this is understandable in a country that so values tradition. We have a limited land mass, and the economy and population are skewed toward one region – the southeast. Britain is therefore bound to be more suspicious of incomers than a vast nation literally built by “incomers.” I believe it is imperative that proper preparation is made within the communities most affected by immigration, and that programs are... Show More

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