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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Imprint Academic (August 28, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1845400119
  • ISBN-13: 978-1845400118
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,170,878 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"No short review can do this wise and witty book any justice." -- David Ashton, Right Now!

"slow-burn Molotov cocktail on immigration . . . the most serious indictment yet published" -- Frank Field MP, The Sunday Times, 17 October 2004

'A fascinating insider’s account, which reveals how bad ideas with harmful human consequences can flourish amidst obsessive official secrecy.’ -- David G. Green, Director, CIVITAS: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society

'An outspoken account of life in the front line . . . which lifts the lid on the chaos in the Home Office.' -- Sir Andrew Green, Chairman, MigrationwatchUK

From the Author

When I ‘blew the whistle’ on the multiple failures in ‘Managed Migration’ within the Home Office, I expected a scandal to emerge, though not to the extent that it did. Several scandals fell out of the inept cover-up, and the damage spread through the whole of immigration policy to work permits and asylum, to Europe and anti-terrorism.

With no strong feelings one way or the other about immigration, it was only after I was suspended that I looked at the research and was astounded to find there was no case at all for the unprecedented mass net inward migration Britain is now experiencing. This is the biggest scandal of all.

The truth is that the entire Immigration & Nationality Directorate – Managed Migration, Work Permits and the Immigration Service: none of it is doing its job. The whole of the immigration and asylum system we are saddled with in Britain today is unacceptable not just in practice but also in principle.

Always acting within the terms of the Public Interest Disclosure Act, I have no connection with any political party and I made no money from the Sunday Times. Yet the Home Office denied that the ‘Whistle-blower’s Act’ applied in my case and from the outset moved to dismiss me, showing the Act not to be worth the paper it is written on.

This is my own story, an attempt to present the wider truth, and revelation of why the Government has completely failed to address the problems I so clearly highlighted and has opted instead for a cover-up.

Steve Moxon


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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Thompson on October 30, 2004
Format: Hardcover
This book gives us some interesting insights into the workings of the department in which Steve Moxon was employed as a civil servant "Managed Migration". He also puts a number of well reasoned arguments forward which counter the myth that mass net immigration is somehow enriching us as a society.

The author analyses the effects of mass net immigration on both the economy and social structure of Britain and finds profoundly negative consequences. He writes that mass immigration: drives down wages for the working classes, puts massive strains on the NHS, drives up waiting lists in hospitals, brings deadly diseases to the UK such as TB and AIDS (most new cases each year come from immigrants themselves), worsens the housing crisis, increases the overall tax burden, tears apart communities by the formation of ethnic enclaves, and has led to politically correct policies which discriminate in many ways against the indigenous population of Britain. These are just a few examples of problems related to mass immigration which come from his book. He gives us many more.

The best chaper of all in the book is "uneconomics" in which he states that there is no economic case for mass net immigration into Britain, and that rather than helping our economy, it causes a markedly negative overall economic tally.
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