Campaign group Migration Watch has released a report today which outlines that a shortage of resources, was a key reason the Tories had failed to hit their target to cut immigration. The budget of £1.8 billion, to secure our borders, is six times less than the £12 billion budget for overseas aid.
The report also blamed the pressure put on Westminster by liberals to continue the policy of large scale immigration. It went on to say their is a strong bias in the BBC in favour of immigration, combined with a reluctance even to address the case for reducing immigration.
The article ends by reminding us that a string of senior BBC figures including head of radio Helen Boaden, who used to be director of news, have admitted the Corporation held a "deep liberal bias" in its coverage of immigration.