No doubt, the same loony liberals who would have you believe that immigration upwards of 300,000 people a year in to Britain for the last 10 odd years has nothing to do with the housing shortage, will also have you believe it has nothing to do with G.P. or hospital waiting times.
Well, I went to an NHS walk in centre a year or so ago and I couldn't understand a word anyone in the waiting area was saying.
They were all foreign.
I waited hours.
And a friend of mine who got knocked off his bike a few days ago went down to a local 'emergency medical centre', where he discovered there was a 5 hour wait.
He said, in his own words, it was full of foreigners.
When we asked him why he didn't go to the local Accident and Emergency department, he said because he had been told that there was a 12 hour wait there.
As he didn't physically go in, we don't know if it was full of foreigners though.
These 300,000+ extra people in the country every year may not apparently need anywhere to live, but it sure is obvious they need to see Doctors.
At the risk of sounding controversial, my money's on that they do actually need somewhere to live, as well.