Hi, 1.) It has too. Immigration was a huge issue for people voting to leave. It has to be addressed. I have not said it will be our ultimate saviour. I know we will have other issues from other areas. This needs to be managed also but this isnt the time to negotiate or bring it up. Immigration has to be uniform across the board. Not a replacement scheme. 2.) No they come here for the mainly low paid jobs. As i have posted. It is because those minimum wage jobs will not pay more. So they are "targeted" towards breadline EU nationals. They are fully aware UK workers wont be able to survive on those wages or those conditions the nationals will live in. It becomes an unfair comparison. Unless you expect people to invite their friends to come live with them and sleep on mattresses of the floor so we can afford to take those jobs. 3.) Yes they do. But high levels on immigration seriously degrade the quality of the area. As soon as this happens most of these people will move out, away from it. But we are running out of areas to move to. Look at London. Such a great city. But such a horrid place to live. 4.) They are interlinked. Yes i agree on that. However mass immigration does affect areas that do not have the infrastructure to accommodate that influx. The councils in this area now force the schools to accept a % of ethnic minority pupils regardless of area or location. This in relation, causes pupils in the catchment areas to be rejected from schools even if the are significantly closer or have siblings at the school. I find this wrong. The councils should make sure they have the fundamentals in place to take those new pupils. But they are not even considering it. And the problem lands on the doorstep of the families involved. So I have had my rethink and it is clear you have a reason to dismiss my actual claims.