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Robert Jenrick known as for an finish to the “era of mass migration” to assist deal with Islamist extremism in Britain.

The former immigration minister warned it’s not potential to “integrate people at this pace”.

Asked about Rishi Sunak’s handle to the nation on extremism, he informed GB News: “You cannot resolve this problem, build a more united country, which is what the Prime Minister was calling for, a more cohesive country built around British values, unless you end this era of mass migration.

“We’ve been residing in a time the place as much as 1,000,000 individuals have arrived in our nation yearly and it is unattainable to efficiently combine so many individuals.

“The level of migration that we’ve experienced as a country over the last 30 years has been unprecedented and that needs to change.

“I feel it is an vital a part of the answer to say you possibly can’t combine individuals at this tempo and now we have to row again on that now.

“We have to move to a system where immigration is controlled and orderly and the numbers are just very significantly fewer.”

The senior Conservative MP warned that folks don’t converse up for worry of being branded Islamophobic.

He mentioned: “Many people are too afraid to intervene in this debate because either they want to pretend this doesn’t exist or they know it does but they’re afraid of being labelled an Islamophobe and that is not a healthy way for us to proceed.”

He additionally insisted that Ashfield MP Lee Anderson, who misplaced the Tory whip after refusing to apologise for claiming that London Mayor Sadiq Khan was managed by Islamists, shouldn’t be an Islamophobe.

Mr Jenrick mentioned: “He made comments which were mistaken, he’s clarified those now, and I think we need to move on.

“The drawback with what occurred over the past week is that it is closed down the controversy on the actually vital difficulty which is that now we have an issue on this nation with Islamist extremism and we want a correct nationwide dialog about that and a method to deal with it.”

It comes after the Prime Minister used an handle to the nation final Friday to warn that democracy is being focused by extremists.

Speaking at a lectern exterior the doorways of No 10 Downing Street, Mr Sunak warned in regards to the present state of affairs in Britain within the wake of the the October 7 terror assaults by Hamas towards Israel.