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Posted by: Paul Entwistle | 16 July, 2012 - 12:42 PM
Why are so many British immigrants leaving Australia to head home?

A record number of British immigrants have decided enough is enough and are leaving Australia to head back to mother England. Tony McManus spoke to Peter Fitzsimons from Channel 7's Sunday program about his story on "Ping-Pong Poms."

Blog comments Your Say

  • Maybe a holiday would be a good idea first rather than selling up, packing up and coming over to live. Many come with an idea of what Australia is like and get a shock. Come over and research first. Take a drive through the suburbs you might be interested in living in, swim in the ocean, check out the schools. Go to the supermarket, buy some of the food and cook it rather than eating in restaurants and get a feel for the real side of things.This must be an expensive exercise, coming here, going back and then coming over again. Maybe some have more money than sense. Stop whinging about Australia and as the saying goes "If you don't love it, leave!".

    Chick of Perth Tuesday 17 July, 2012 - 7:23 AM
  • I did blog something about this approximately a week or two ago (in reference to something/one else,obviously in some position of "poower"...oooh, now I'm cowed-not.)
    It wasn't posted of course, because I guess it was considered racist toward the British.
    The point I obviously failed to make,is that most 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th generation and indigenous Australians no longer consider themselves to be colonials or "no people" who "cow-tow" to those who've been the cause of such historical and on-going catastrophe through their greed and arrogrance.
    The British are basically "snatch and grabbers": cashing in their gains at the expense of others then running back to their old "bolt-holes."
    Perhaps they thought we were Asian,Arab,Afghan,African free?
    Well, we're not. And neither should we.

    Dellas Monday 16 July, 2012 - 7:20 PM
  • We don't really care why they're leaving, do we?

    James W Monday 16 July, 2012 - 1:47 PM

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