By Janice Atkinson
As the left/right competition for immigration rhetoric on the airwaves heats up, you can't tell 'em apart. It's only Ukip that can be called racist.
Labour is stepping up the immigration row. David Blunkett's warning that an influx of Roma migrants could lead to riots in Britain should be taken very seriously. Yet when Ukip talk about it, it's classed as racism.
"Mr Blunkett should be admired for the courage he has shown by speaking so plainly on this issue. Of course the type of language he has used I would have been utterly condemned for using," said Nigel Farage. And he's right.
The left are running hard to catch up and talk about immigration and openly admitting their spectacular failure to manage our borders since 2004. They are afraid for their northern Labour strongholds. Ukip is the official opposition in the north.
The Conservative party, whilst trying to detoxify itself with the green agenda, hugging hoodies and gay marriage, has also stepped up its nastyRead More »from Why are Ukip the only party branded racist, when Labour and the Tories sing from the same hymn sheet?