Monday, May 07, 2007


You are invited to hear:


Chairman of Migrationwatch UK


The immigration debate: driven by events, or by the media?

Wednesday, 23rd May at 7.30pm

Committee Room 10, House of Commons, Westminster, London SW1 (nearest tube Westminster)

For several years immigration has been one of the top four issues of public concern, indeed recently at the very top. Yet until seven years ago it hardly registered in the public opinion polls.

How has this transformation occurred? Migration watch has played a key role in getting this subject onto the national agenda. In this talk, the founder Sir Andrew Green considers what underlies this remarkable development – the force of events, or the power of ‘spin’ ?

Do join us for what promises to be an important and fascinating talk. It will be followed by a Q & A session.

Sir Andrew will be introduced by Douglas Carswell, MP for Harwich and Clacton.

Please RSVP to Peter Whittle at prwhittle@btopenworld.com

Given the security procedures at the House of Commons, it is advisable to arrive in good time.

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