UK Immigration after Conservatives win 2015 General Election
Going against all the opinion polls and surveys conducted within the run up to the united kingdom 2015 election, the Conservatives have surpassed even their own expectations and have won enough seats to secure a majority government.
In a turn of events that few expected, the Conservatives have won 331 seats, effort Labour trailing behind with 232 and fully decimating the Liberal Democrats who have only managed to secure eight. it’s as if current immigration policy can continue that in our expertise can cause various issues for the migrant population.
How will the Election Result effect UK Immigration Policies
The Conservatives have stated in their manifesto that they aim to keep net migration down to the tens of thousands and make it more difficult for EU immigrants to claim social or housing benefits.
A Bad Day For Labour, The Liberal Democrats and UKIP
Labour have lost a large number of seats to the Scottish National Party (SNP) in Scotland, which has become close to being a one-party state. Labour have also failed to secure enough seats in England to make a Labour-SNP coalition a possibility, which many anticipated would be the outcome of the election. The Liberal Democrats suffered an incredible blow at the polls, losing 45 seats.
The Labour leader Ed Miliband has resigned, and so has both the Liberal Democrats leader Nick Clegg and the UKIP leader Nigel Farage.