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Population Control, not Immigration Control

 

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Establish and maintain a Maximum Acceptable Population Level for the UK, maintaining a balance between Immigration and Emigration.

 

All potential immigrants are to have a working knowledge of both written and spoken English.

 

End Unskilled Immigration to allow the young and unemployed greater access to work.

 

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VAPP - We Stand As One

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The Veterans' and People's Party receive no state funding, and, unlike the Labour party, the Party do not receive large donations from Trade Unions, nor, as the Conservative party, do VAPP receive large donations from large multi-national corporations.

 

VAPP is founded on Integrity, Honour and Courage, and the Party aim to make improvements which will benefit the average, honest, upstanding people Of the United Kingdom.

 

Become a member Of VAPP, or make a donation, to help the Party deliver an end to austerity brought about by years Of Conservative neglect and Labour based greed. Help VAPP to deliver the goal Of making a difference and ensuring the country is run with the interest of all of the people at the forefront.

 

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George Reid, Party Leader, 24 May 2020

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Commonwealth Veterans

Yesterday our Party Leader, George Reid, shared a video around Commonwealth Veterans and how one is currently facing a significant NHS bill as he is not classed as 'British'.

We understand that the Under-Secretary of State in his role at the Office of Veterans' Affairs has contacted this specific veteran and, whilst we recognise the support extended by Johnny Mercer, we firmly believe changes should happen that protect ALL our Commonwealth Veterans that will see them receive automatic residency status on discharge in recognition of the service they have given in the British Armed Forces.

This is not an isolated incident, many Commonwealth Veterans are not considered to have residency unless they have applied and paid for it following discharge, many are unaware of how they do this or indeed the cost involved. There are some who are now facing deportation as they don't have this residency in place, despite the fact they have lived here for many years and have families.

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