Fair play for you to marry someone not of this country and stay there for whatever reason but how many times do you read or hear of people who get married bring their partner here only for that person to vanish / divorce not long after gaining a passport and go on to bring their real entire family into this country because they now are entitled to do so.
EU or non EU?My wife recently spent a week or so in hospital. As far as I could tell, all of the other patients were British born people of various ages. However, a lot, I mean 80% or so, of the nurses, HCAs, doctors, surgeons etc were foreign-born and in the vast main, doing an excellent job. This was in Somerset, not in a metropolitan area.
Make of that what you will in terms of the balance between giving and taking for the Health Service and immigration.
I never said it would change this. I was merely challenging the (ultimately correct) assertion that illegal immigration in this country isn't from EU countries by counter-stating that much/most of it comes *through* the EU thanks mainly to Schengen. The Jungle backs this up entirely, for example.Not following Jason.
How is leaving the EU, in any way, going to change this?
The fact that the jungle existed in Calais proves my point.