Boston residents vote against migrant protest march


Residents in a Lincolnshire town have voted not to hold a march to protest against high levels of inward migration.

A public meeting held in Boston on Monday night ended with a vote of 66 to 64 against holding a demonstration.

In October a march in the town was cancelled over fears right-wing groups would hijack it.

Boston Borough Council said local action was being taken, but immigration itself was a national issue.

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1 Comments to “Boston residents vote against migrant protest march”

  1. jess knight says:

    i live in hull & i’m surrounded by polish economic migrants,why has social housing been allocated to poles before locals & school places, (i have concrete proof of this) although
    the working class disagree with UKIP policy, immigration policy will get their vote.

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