Omega - think a little bit about the implications of your last posting.
You are supporting immigration on the basis of a perceived (not a proven) economic benefit to the UK economy, DESPITE having been shown that the number of immigrants coming here is causing a significant housing problem that mainly affects those at the bottom end of the socio-economic spectrum.
Those in most need of help with housing are most susceptible to suffering from the impact that immigration has on the housing market. The middle classes don't suffer so much from this because they can and often have already provided for themselves.
Bizarrely many of them quite like it because they think that the value of their house going rapidly skywards due to inflated demand is a good thing. While they are ahead of the curve, it is, of course.
Some of them even capitalise on the inflated value of property and invest in it through Buy-To-Let.
What nobody seems to consider is that the profit they are receiving has to come from somewhere, and in the case of Buy-To-Let it is from exploitation of those at the bottom end of the socio-economic spectrum - first time buyers who are prevented from getting on the housing ladder by prices that are inflated beyond their reach, helped in that direction by demand from Buy-To-Let investors.
This whole mania for using housing (or immigration) as a source of wealth creation for the lucky few who are in a position to profit from it takes no account of the fact that there are many people who suffer directly as a consequence.