LETTER: Balance needed when it comes to immigration
We are committed to change, the voting public has spoken regarding Brexit.
Immigration was a major influence on the way hard working people of all nationalities cast their vote.
Also human rights, strain on public services and housing demands made a significant contribution to the outcome of what must be the most important decision made in our lifetime.
When on a recent visit to Sheffield, I was appalled to hear of a refugee who had been in the country for more than six years and had never even applied for a job of work.
To add salt to the wound his family had joined him assisted by “the church”.
Where are the politicians who should be dealing with this benefit abuse?
I have compassion for people facing death, destruction and hard times.
I also have empathy with OAPs who have made a lifetime contribution to this country and cannot afford to turn up the heating on a cold night.