Letter: Immigration protest vote

Letter: Immigration protest vote
 

0 Comments Middle and working class voters ignored project fear, as they suffered the most, and had little to lose, in a country they felt was ‘far less’ than it used to be.
Brexit is the first step to a wider social reform and that altering immigration trends of the past 15 years will help address the issue of low wages and public services pressure.
Of households earning more than £60,000 p/a 65 per cent voted Remain. On those families earning £20,000 p/a or less it was 38 per cent. A clear indication that mass immigration has kept down the wage bill for many.
GB Dipper, Leominster
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6 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 31
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