I have no problem with most immigrants as individuals, I know why they come here, because they want a better life for themselves and family, and I certainly do not support the BNP style policies of kicking them all out or paying them to leave, but I think immigration should really be stopped for about 20 years with the exception of people from the British Isles and people who have ancestral links to the UK. I can never help but feel a bit angry when I pass through certain areas in the city where there people have simply not integrated into the mainstream culture and have turned where they live into ghettos that resemble the countries they supposedly wanted to get away from. I don't know if I'm angry at them or angry at local councils for allowing this to go on, particularly as some of these areas are council estates.
I'm also sick and tired of the myth that we need immigrants. This was true after World War II when we started to 'import' workers from other countries (like the West Indies etc) to help the economy to recover, those workers and their children/grandchildren/etc have as much right to be here as any ethnic British person, but nowadays, we have a population of nearly 70 million people and over one million in youth employment, more when you take into account the other people who are unemployed. There's also a recent problem with there not being enough places in primary and secondary schools for everybody. Japan has the second (or third?) best economy in the world, yet they have the strictest immigration policy in the world which is based mostly on citizenship and ancestry, so I really have doubts that immigrants are as essential as politicians claim.
Most British youth (16-25) aren't "lazy" as people like to think, some are, but many are just not given the chance to prove themselves. Employers are also denying the reasons they employ immigrants/EU workers, they claim they are "hard working" - this is true, but we all know it's because they will work for less than Britons. I guess this is one of the flaws of capitalism, though, it's great when it produces good results, but you can't deny it encourages mass greed in the pursuit of making more profit in any possible way, ethical or not.