We don't think of our country as overcrowded, but think how different life could be.
The line between economic and political migrants is so blurred that we will have to tighten the definition of ‘refugee’.
Almost 170,000 commuters are being forced to stand on peak-time trains into the biggest cities.
There is no point in handing over the decision from a deadlocked parliament to a deadlocked public, again.
There is no question that immigration was a massively important issue in the referendum.
Between 2006-07 and 2016-17, the West Midlands, North West and West Yorkshire saw the fastest growth in rail usage.
Business will invest more in training because of fewer workers coming from the EU, it was claimed.
Migration Watch Chairman Lord Green said: “These figures are a sharp reminder of the massive and continuing impact of immigration on our society.'
Immigration from the European Union may have been under-counted by half a million since 2004 – a think tank claims today.
Lord Green of Migration Watch UK said: ''It's time for the government to get serious about reducing immigration.'
The 98-page document states that businesses that provide services will be able to 'move their talented people' to and fro across the Channel.
‘The scaremongers who said that Brexit would reduce the interest of EU students in coming here have been proven wrong,' says Professor Alan Smithers.
In private, senior government figures have accepted that the UK will offer work visas to the EU as part of negotiations.
The England manager himself said as much in his press conference yesterday when he acknowledged that an English victory could help heal divisions.
A cabinet minister says he is 'confident' his colleagues will settle their differences over Brexit.
There is a good case for allowing relatively small number of skilled people into the country on these grounds, but not for mass immigration.