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PUBLISHED: 12:58 05 October 2007 | UPDATED: 21:49 29 May 2010

THE government wants to press ahead with major house building in the east of England. Some of this is due to people living on their own, but the majority of the housing is for the immigrants who, on arrival, apply for a council property and any handouts t

THE government wants to press ahead with major house building in the east of England.

Some of this is due to people living on their own, but the majority of the housing is for the immigrants who, on arrival, apply for a council property and any handouts they can get.

This I can understand, no man or woman should have to endure hardships like that in a society such as ours, but where we go wrong is to allow unlimited entry to this country unless they have a very good reason.

Jesse Pryke

Chairman

UKIP Party

Maldon and East Chelmsford Branch

Great Baddow

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