Thursday, April 28, 2016

A CERTAIN IRONY TO BEHOLD

With less than two months to go before the Brits get to vote on whether to stay or leave the European Union I was fascinated by the statement from a Mr Pasha Khandaker, President of the (British) Bangladesh Caterer's Association, who said that immigration was affecting his chain of curry houses in Kent and "the standard of my daily life".

Mr Khandaker who came to England from Bangladesh in 1979 told BBC2 that leaving the EU will allow the UK to control immigration "nicely and we can all have a better life".

Perhaps the irony of what he said escapes him but you gotta larf.


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