Just a quick statement from a voter:
Immigration is not one of my top priorities in the forthcoming election.
It's fair to say that I couldn't care less about the swarms and whether or not they're coming into the UK.
To be honest, I can't, on the whole, tell the difference between immigrants and British citizens.
I feel lucky to be amongst a population that can choose to go and live in just about any country that it might wish. I feel excited to live in a period that is seeing the biggest shift in peoples around the world ever. I feel proud of a country which, whether through good or bad means, built up such friendly relations with people across the world that they now want to come and live in a place probably much wetter and cloudier than their own.
The current limits on immigration are adequate, whereas hysterical debate on immigration is bringing cruelty and inhumanity into our asylum system. Security is an entirely different issue to immigration.
My vote will not depend on your pathetic attempts to appeal to 'the masses': British people who are tolerant and inclusive until the media and politicians frighten them into fear of 'them'.
You'll have to do better.