Theresa May, speaking before an invited audience, pretends to strangle an immigrant who has outstayed his (or her) welcome.

Who does Theresa May think she’s conning now?

We all know why the Tories want to keep their silly net migration target – don’t we?

It distracts us from the fact that they are rationing public services for the poor, in order to provide huge tax giveaways for the rich.

And it fuels bigotry, which is part of the Tory divide-and-rule agenda – of course.

On the subject of reduced immigration, here’s what Theresa May has managed to achieve, in government:

And here it is in sentences:

Finally, here is rare footage showing what it would be like if Theresa May were asked to explain her policy to a voter:

Theresa May has indicated that the Conservatives will again promise to cut net migration to the “tens of thousands” in their election manifesto.

Speaking in Harrow, she said migration levels were having an impact on public services and low-paid workers.

Asked if this meant the target – missed repeatedly since 2010 – could be hit, she said it was important to continue to aim for “sustainable” levels.

Other parties said the target was “artificial” and should be dropped.

Source: Immigration: Tories to keep ‘tens of thousands’ target – BBC News

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