We should follow example of China
IN RESPONSE to Philippa Davey's letter (Your Say, August 7) responding to my own letter about the NHS.
First of all it is The Herald which writes the headings.
Secondly, Ms Davey must be living in cuckoo land if she thinks her statistics are correct, 0.1% is a farcical figure when every year thousands more people are allowed into this country helping to drain our resources.
Some other countries have put a stop to immigration why can't Britain, we have become a laughing stock
Come to England where you will be housed, put on benefits, given a mobile phone and even given a car if you wish to do a driving job.
Years ago I thought immigration was a good thing for the economy but now it's beyond a joke.
Britain is very small and there are people who have lived here all their lives, working and paying taxes living honest lives and they are now at the bottom of the pile where housing and work is concerned.
I repeat one of the biggest problems with the NHS is the volume of people that medical staff have to deal with.
This could be helped by Britain taking a leaf out of China's book, one child per family.
There are still too many people having in excess of four children and many cannot afford them so become a drain on resources.
The overcrowding has to stop somewhere and immigration is one of the main causes along with large families which in the long run produces thousands more. I have nothing against any foreigner, just the numbers.
And I repeat the NHS was originated as a free service and should remain so or else poor people will be dying needlessly which would be a disgrace.
The NHS was always one of the things that made Britain great and should stop being abused by greedy governments and be allowed to continue for all.