Thursday, 21 November 2013

Interview with Gareth Johnson MP

Apologies for the delay in getting this uploaded -- some of the questions now are not topical but still intriguing.

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Questioned asked:

Having written the article ‘British Sikhs are the best example of cultural integration’ in March of this year, could you talk to us about your experiences with the Sikh community?

With regards to cultural integration: do you feel society has an unbalanced view that all immigrants are bad for this country?

Do you think we need tighter controls on our borders and if so, how could this be done?

Do you think when an individual comes here from an EU country they should be entitled to benefits?

Do you think a compulsory ID card would solve the problem of Immigration and individuals mis-using the NHS system?


Hypothetically, if there is a second vote on Syria regarding military intervention, which way would you vote?

In a crisis like Syria, at what stage would you support interventions by other Governments (not necessarily military)?

On the 30th of August it was Day of the Disappeared. What can this Government do to help these citizens who have been picked up of the streets by law enforcement and vanished without a trace?

Do you feel the Government has an obligation to communicate and put pressure on countries like China and India where human rights are not being upheld and where individuals are being targeted or does it depend on the seriousness of the situation?


The purpose of the Your Britain Your Say initiative is to encourage the BAME voters in particular to vote for the party that best represents their views; is there anything you would like to say to the voters?

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