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As reported in the Daily Telegraph.
‘Plans now exist for more than 150,000 homes to be built on protected land, an analysis of council documents has found. The sites include some of England’s most scenic areas, including parts of Dorset and the rural outskirts of York. In addition, more than 1,000 acres will be lost to office blocks, warehouses and the HS2 rail link, according to the research carried out by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE).
UKIP totally oppose building on the greenbelt and would freeze permanent immigration – the main driver behind our population explosion.
As reported in the Bromsgrove Standard this week Tuberculosis is back….
CASES of TB in the county have risen by more than 70 per cent in just a year, new figures reveal.
A report released by Public Health England today (Wednesday) shows a total of 36 cases in Worcestershire in 2012 – which amounts to 6.4 per 100,000 residents. There were just 21 in 2011, a total of 3.7 per 100,000.
Across the border in Warwickshire, there were 9.7 cases per 100,000 in 2012 and 8.2 in 2011. But both counties fared better than the West Midlands averages of 19.3 and 18.
In all, 1,085 patients were treated for tuberculosis in the whole region last year, up from 1,008 the previous year.
Almost three quarters of cases were in people born in countries where TB is more common, with 60 per cent coming from South Asia and 22 per cent from sub-Saharan Africa.
Of the UK-born population, those most are risk were those from ethnic minority groups, the elderly and those with social risk factors such as a history of homelessness, imprisonment or problems with drugs or alcohol.
Surely all new immigrants should be tested and if active TB is found, a visa should not be granted until the person has undergone treatment and been declared free of active TB? Works for Australia.
For more information on TB click on the link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuberculosis