British Parliament To Vote On Controlling Migration From EU

In a crucial development, a Conservative British MP has presented a controversial bill before the involved parliamentary house. In case the bill becomes a law, it would restrict the arrival of the citizens from the EU, who may wish to turn-up in Great Britain, for work purposes. It is highly improbable that the bill in question would turn out to be a law–the reason being the British Coalition administration does not extend support to it.

The said MP is reportedly from a region which, of late, has become home to a great number of migrants from the Eastern Europe even as several of them are involved with agricultural works. He observed before media that 34% of the children from the primary schools from the said region do not boast of English as a first language. He added that the flood of the migrants had put much stress on the local road & rail network, and that it was crucial for London to have a national debate on the issue of the overseas movement.

The MP further said that he was well aware of the fact that his bill may not turn out to be a law. Still, he added that he was rather positive that—via presenting the bill–he would exert pressure on the administration to positively deal with the issue.

He presented his bill under the 10-minute regulation even as the said rule permits many such MPs to introduce their bills during each session of the British parliament. Though a voice vote takes place, it’s normal for the MPs to desist from voting down a bill presented under the said rule, until and unless it has been duly subjected to debate at its 2nd reading.

When the MP in question introduced the given bill, an MP from the opposition party expressed his disagreement, saying the said bill was both sad & bad. But, it was permitted to carry-on even as it will be subject to debate in the concerned house.

The former (the MP) continued that London should strictly manage its own system for Immigration. He added that it was wrong for the nation to permit untrained workers from the Eastern Europe to enter the country. The MP continued that it was wrong–given the fact that the government has simultaneously stopped quite bright & qualified migrants from the Asian region from getting Tier 4 student permits.

He further said that London had a series of choices at its disposal on the subject of overseas movement of people from outside–ranging between two extremes with the first being having no checks at all, and admitting that the nation was subject to enormous immigration floods.

In an important development, a Conservative British MP has presented a controversial bill before the involved parliamentary house. In case the bill becomes a law, it would restrict the arrival of the citizens from the EU, who may wish to turn-up in Great Britain, for work purposes. It is highly improbable that the bill in question would turn out to be a law–the reason being the British Coalition administration does not extend support to it.

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