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_73281533_73279721UKIP leader Nigel Farage has once again courted controversy, with his claim that “parts of the UK have become ‘unrecognizable’ due to the impact of mass immigration over the past decade”.

Speaking at UKIP’s spring conference, he told party members that opening the UK’s borders to new EU members had been “detrimental to social cohesion”, adding that he felt “uncomfortable” about the alleged unwillingness of new arrivals to learn and speak English.

Furthermore, speaking in Torquay, he added that “open door, mass immigration” had hurt the poorest in the UK and that UKIP – which wants to leave the EU – would lead a “patriotic fightback” in May.

“In scores of our cities and market towns, this country, in a short space of time, has, frankly, become unrecognizable. Whether it is the impact on local schools and hospitals, whether it is the fact that in many parts of England you don’t hear English spoken any more, this is not the kind of community we want to leave to our children and grandchildren,” he added. The UK, Farage continued, had been “betrayed” by “a political class that had sold out to Brussels”, resulting in the undermining of legal and political institutions and the loss of control over the country’s borders.

Recounting a train journey he had taken recently between London and Kent in a subsequent Q&A session, Farage said he had felt “slightly awkward” at the fact so little English was spoken.

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