Balanced Migration

Balanced Migration is a cross-party group whose point is to reduce Third World immigration. At all events that is their public position. With quite a lot of MPs involved one might expect them to be effective - if they really want to be. They might also be pretending to care. The membership is odd; including three Pakistanis, union wallahs and a greenie. The Wikipedia does not quite pretend it does not exist but redirects the Cross Party Group on Balanced Migration to Frank Field. The union interest is in protecting workers, which is entirely sensible. The rest are, presumably not in the pockets of Capitalist Swine. Ahmed, one of the Pakistanis, a gobby little chancer is also a Racist. There is not a Jew among them. Jews are not friends of England.

Balanced Migration
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The Co-Chairmen of the Cross-Party Group on Balanced Migration are Frank Field MP (Labour) and Nicholas Soames MP (Conservative).

The Groupís Vice-Chairmen are Lord (Bill) Jordan  Lord (Bill) Jordan CBE (former President of the Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union) and Daniel Kawczynski MP (Conservative).

House of Commons
Peter Bottomley (Conservative), Graham Brady (Conservative), Julian Brazier (Conservative), Christopher Chope (Conservative), Tracy Crouch (Conservative), Ian Davidson (Labour), Phillip Dunne (Conservative), Tobias Ellwood (Conservative), Roger Godsiff (Labour), Richard Graham (Conservative), Robert Halfon (Conservative), Tom Harris (Labour), Gordon Henderson (Conservative), Philip Hollobone (Conservative), Tristram Hunt (Labour), Eleanor Laing (Conservative), Peter Lilley (Conservative), Jonathan Lord (Conservative), John Mann (Labour), Richard Ottaway (Conservative), Ian Paisley (Democratic Unionist Party), Christopher Pincher (Conservative), Dominic Raab (Conservative), Andrew Selous (Conservative), Henry Smith (Conservative), Bob Stewart DSO (Conservative), Graham Stringer (Labour), Robin Walker (Conservative), Sammy Wilson (DUP), Nadim Zahawi (Conservative).

House of Lords
Lord Ahmed (Crossbencher), Lord Ancram (Conservative), Lord Anderson (Labour), Baroness Boothroyd (Crossbencher), Lord Carey (Crossbencher) Baroness Cox (Crossbencher), Earl Ferrers (Conservative), Lord Howard (Conservative), Lord Inge (Crossbencher), Lord Lamont (Conservative), Lord Leach (Conservative), Lord Moran (Crossbencher), Lord Ramsbotham (Crossbencher), Lord Skidelsky (Crossbencher), Lord Vinson (Conservative), Lord Wakeham (Conservative).

Outside Parliament
Mr. Hazhir Teimourian, Mr. Jonathon Porritt, Mr. Charles Moore.
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War makes for strange bedfellows. But the point is to win. If that means ignoring lesser issues then so be it.