Nigel Farage in Dover yesterday : Watch his speech in full here

“Britain is facing a national security emergency,” says Farage

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A major speech on immigration from Reform UK's Honorary President

In keeping with our traditions, Facts4EU.Org continues to be non-partisan in this general election campaign. In the interests of balanced coverage overall, we are presenting a major speech by Nigel Farage of Reform UK in Dover yesterday in full.

Mr Farage’s speech focuses mainly on the problem of legal and illegal immigration and he speaks for just under 13 minutes before taking questions from the media. If watching in an environment where you are unable to use sound, clicking on 'CC' at the foot of the video produces fairly good subtitles. We also provide links to Reform UK’s latest policy documents, for those who wish to learn more about the party’s platform.

- Nigel Farage, Hon. President, Reform UK, Dover, 28 May 2024

[Source : Reform UK.]

More information on Reform UK

Reform say they will be releasing further campaign information and speeches on other major policies over the coming weeks, together with their official manifesto.

In the interim, readers who wish to know more will find announcements on the party’s home page here, as well as some further policy information here.

Brexit Facts4EU.Org Summary

Long-term net immigration 2023

  • Total net legal immigration : 685,000
  • Total illegal migrants in boats : 29,437
  • TOTAL : 714,437

[Sources : ONS and UK Home Office, May 2024.]

© Brexit Facts4EU.Org 2024 - click to enlarge

10.0 million UK residents (16.8%) are now foreign born
In the nation's capital of London in 2021 an astonishing 40.6% (3.6m) were foreign-born


These are still early days in the general election campaign and none of the major parties have yet published their manifestos.

Reform UK clearly feel that talking about the mass immigration which has impacted the UK over many years is going to be a vote winner for them – and we don’t disagree. Although Nigel Farage is not himself standing as a candidate in this election, he was the natural choice to talk about this issue given that he has led the public debate on the subect over the past four years.

In the coming weeks we will publish further articles and reports about other political parties on topics relevant to our overall subject area.

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Brexit Facts4EU.Org, Wed 29 May 2024

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