Emigration: Not So Extreme After All

Some may have thought the posting Maybe It’s Time to Emigrate (concerning Lydia Playfoot and the chastity ring case) was a little extreme.  But then again consider the Daily Express informing us that 4,000 people a week trying to leave UK.

BRITAIN is facing a mass exodus of people looking to escape the crime and grime of modern living.

The country’s biggest foreign visa consultancy firm has revealed that applications have soared in the last seven months by 80 per cent to almost 4,000 a week. Ten years ago the figure was just 300 a week.

It really isn’t just the chastity business.  There are a lot of good reasons to look elsewhere.  It’s interesting to note that most of the emigration is to the Commonwealth (read: old British Empire) which is, as noted earlier, still an improvement over the mother country.

And that longing may spread to other places as well.

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