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Steve Moxon
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31 Aug 2006
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On March 8th. 2004 Steve Moxon was suspended on full pay from his job as a Home Office immigration caseworker having blown the whistle on widespread abuse and cover-up of the government's policy of 'Managed Migration'. His revelations in the Sunday Times contributed to the resignation of immigration minister Beverley Hughes.

On Monday July 26 the author was dismissed for the crime of "embarrassing ministers", leading to immediate calls in the Sunday Times and Daily Mail for his re-instatement. In the words of David Davis MP, shadow home secretary: "It is outrageous that the man who is primarily responsible for the government having to take a grip of our failing immigration policy has been punished for so doing."

In this book Moxon outlines the events that led to the decision that he could no longer participate in a policy that appeared to be at odds with the intentions of Parliament. The book includes an extensive analysis of the relevant scholarly literature in demography, economics and psychology.

When the book was originally published the author was pilloried in some quarters for his ‘right-wing’ views — which have since become widely held right across the political spectrum. This new, updated edition includes a long afterword in which the author discusses these developments.

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  • Paperback: 276 pages
  • Publisher: Imprint Academic; 2Rev Ed edition (31 Aug 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 184540078X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1845400781
  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 13.4 x 20.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 734,926 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"A slow-burn Molotov cocktail on immigration . . . the most serious indictment yet published." -- Frank Field MP, Sunday Times

'Moxon's book is a frightening description of a total failure of government.' -- Myles Harris, Salisbury Review

'One of the hardest-hitting exposes of the UK's immigration and asylum system to appear in a long time.' -- Dr. Venkat Iyer, The Commonwealth Lawyer

From the Author

When I ‘blew the whistle’ on the multiple failures in ‘Managed Migration’ within the Home Office, I expected a scandal to emerge, though not to the extent that it did. Several scandals fell out of the inept cover-up, and the damage spread through the whole of immigration policy to work permits and asylum, to Europe and anti-terrorism.

With no strong feelings one way or the other about immigration, it was only after I was suspended that I looked at the research and was astounded to find there was no case at all for the unprecedented mass net inward migration Britain is now experiencing. This is the biggest scandal of all.

The truth is that the entire Immigration & Nationality Directorate – Managed Migration, Work Permits and the Immigration Service: none of it is doing its job. The whole of the immigration and asylum system we are saddled with in Britain today is unacceptable not just in practice but also in principle.

Always acting within the terms of the Public Interest Disclosure Act, I have no connection with any political party and I made no money from the Sunday Times. Yet the Home Office denied that the ‘Whistle-blower’s Act’ applied in my case and from the outset moved to dismiss me, showing the Act not to be worth the paper it is written on.

This is my own story, an attempt to present the wider truth, and revelation of why the Government has completely failed to address the problems I so clearly highlighted and has opted instead for a cover-up.

Steve Moxon --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Whistle(blow) while you work... 3 April 2005
Well worth a read if you want to know more than what the tabloids or the government spew out every few weeks in relation to the governments immigration policy. This fascinating book combines a chronological insight into the events of 2004 as they unfolded with some excellent analysis into the current culture that prevails within public services and its obsessions somewhat distinct from serving the public. No surprises in finding out that the service is in chaos... the real surpise is the extent of the chaos and the complete disregard for addressing the problem.
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Lays the government's failures bare 16 Mar 2008
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This is an exhausting, relentless and depressing book written by someone with unrivalled knowledge of the subject he addresses.
Moxon splits the book into alternating narratives, the first concerning his own experiences of being a whistle-blower at the Home Office, the second the detrimental effects of mass immigration. The former is very detailed with barely a single thing left out; the latter is convincing and frightening. You can feel Great Britain collapsing beneath your feet as you pore through the pages.
For my own peace of mind, I would have liked Moxon to offer some HOPE, but he barely does. Perhaps because there's nothing to be hopeful about. All we are left hoping for, rabidly, is a change of government, because this one is utterly crippled and demeaned. And when a Conservative government is elected they would be very wise to get the advice of Moxon to attempt to sort out the hideous mess they will be confronted with.
I recommend this book even though much of it is upsetting and distressing. It's fascinating how many of these anti-immigration books have been published in the last ten years. They illustrate Labour's suicidal policies that we will have to suffer for years to come.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sunday Times 28 Jan 2011
Having read the Sunday Times review of this book i felt compelled to buy it.
It is an astonishing piece of work that will make your jaw hit the floor.
All the other reviews on Amazon regarding this book sum it up well.

Moving away from this book, here is a section from the Daily Mail online dated 17 Oct 2006-
""Immigrants are placing a huge strain on public services, Labour finally admitted.
Crime is up, schools are struggling to cope with Eastern European children, community tensions are rising, health services are coming under enormous pressure and house prices are being driven up, the Government said.
The findings, based on a survey of public sector workers, are the first published by ministers after ten years of an 'open door' immigration policy...""

That news article is from over 4 years ago.

This book is an excellent read and one which should certainly put a few noses out of joint. Ashley Mote's "Overcrowded Britain" is also well researched and balanced.

""Labour abolished the Primary Purpose rule in 1997. The move was extremely popular in immigrant communities, because it made it far easier for families to move here. Immigration by spouses into Britain has increased by 60 per cent since the primary purpose rule was abolished. More than 40,000 people were granted citizenship here on the basis of marriage in 2008 alone"
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Cracking Read 24 Aug 2013
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This book will make you stop and think !!! Yes, think about what has happened to our country and our culture. Our ruling class are supposed to represent us but this book will prove that is not the case.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Useful 21 May 2013
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This book is one useful book that can facilitate students' understanding of the subject & it is definitely worth reading.
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