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‘End era of mass migration. It’s impossible to integrate that many people’ says Robert Jenrick

It is impossible to successfully integrate so many people into British society while the level of migration is at an “unprecedented” level, according to former immigration minister Robert Jenrick.

Asked about Rishi Sunak’s speech on extremism, he told GB News: “I thought it was a good start. It’s important to recognise the problem, if you’re going to start to fix it”At this late stage, all that matters are solutions and the first one to me is that you cannot resolve this problem and build a more united country, which is what the Prime Minister was calling for, a more cohesive country built around British values unless you end this era of mass migration.”We’ve been living in a time where up to a million people have arrived in our country every year and it is impossible to successfully integrate so many people. The level of migration that we’ve experienced in the country over the last 30 years has been unprecedented and that needs to change.”

“We’ve been living in a time where up to a million people have arrived in our country every year and it is impossible to successfully integrate so many people. The level of migration that we’ve experienced in the country over the last 30 years has been unprecedented and that needs to change.”

“It’s an important part of the solution to say that you can’t integrate people at this pace. And we have to roll back on that now. We have to move to a system where immigration is controlled and orderly and the numbers are just very significantly fewer.

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