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Issue No. 1937

“This is how I like it, just like Disneyland. Orderly lines and people leave with a smile on their face.”
US Lt Col Patrick Malay on the return of residents to Fallujah, through US military checkpoints

“One thing, above all else, that depresses me about the coverage of asylum in this country is the assumption that economic immigration should be stopped. I was an economic migrant—albeit a privileged white one, who arrived via Virgin Upper Class.”
David Yelland former editor of The Sun

“As for Rupert Murdoch: he is a classic economic migrant having been born in Oz, had children in the UK and then become a US citizen. His wife, Wendi was born in China and educated in America.”
David Yelland

“I don’t believe economic migration is any longer necessary, and I also don’t think it’s going to be good for the future of race relations in this country.”
Roger Godsiff Labour MP for Birmingham Sparkbrook & Small Heath plays the race card

“I have to view it as an MP representing a constituency which has already taken a large number of first and second generation immigrants who have assimilated and who have contributed a great deal to the development of the country. But enough is enough.”
Roger Godsiff


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Sat 5 Feb 2005, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1937
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