‘Chickens are coming home to roost!’ Nigel Farage issues grave warning after record breaking immigration figures

‘Chickens are coming home to roost!’ Nigel Farage issues grave warning after record breaking immigration figures

Nigel Farage RETURNS from the jungle

Ben Chapman

By Ben Chapman

Published: 11/12/2023

- 21:38

Farage emerged from the jungle to a raft of immigration revelations

Nigel Farage has hit out at record breaking UK immigration figures upon his exit from the I’m a Celebrity jungle.

Having been devoid of any information from the outside world for 23 days, the GB News star emerged to a raft of new revelations.

Speaking to Richard Tice from the Gold Coast, he said the “chickens are coming home to roost” after net migration hit a record-breaking 745,000 in 2022.

Farage warned parents they can’t expect their children to ever be able to get a house as the country struggles to deal with its population.

Nigel Farage


“There will be giant business calling for ever more cheap, foreign labour”, he said.

“If we go on with numbers like this, don’t expect your kids to ever own a house.

Rishi Sunak The pressure continues to pile on Rishi Sunak REUTERS

“Don’t expect to get GP appointments.”

It comes as the Government’s flagship migration policy continues to face major barriers.

A senior bishop has warned that the plan to send small boat migrants to Rwanda disregards the humanity of asylum seekers.

If people want human rights then they must defend them for others, the Rt Rev Paul Butler told Parliament.

The Church of England cleric levelled his strong criticism ahead of a crucial first Commons vote on the Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill.

In a bid to avoid further legal setbacks to the stalled deportation plan, the controversial legislation allows ministers to disapply the Human Rights Act.

However, the Bill does not go as far as overriding the European Convention on Human Rights, which is being demanded by the Tory right.

The Rwanda scheme is a key part of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s plan to “stop the boats” by acting as a deterrent for people seeking to cross the English Channel.

The bishop said: “Though we are 75 years on, promoting the human rights laid out in the declaration remains as vital today as it did in 1948.”

He added: “It is essential if we are to promote human rights globally that we uphold them in our own nation.”

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