Children of immigrants should not get free education, says Nigel Farage

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News from Express.co.uk:

PUBLISHED: 00:01, Tue, Mar 17, 2015

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Nigel Farage believes migrants should pay for their children’s private education

Migrants would instead have to pay for private education until their children qualified.

The policy is explained on the Ukip website.

“Immigrants must financially support themselves and their dependants for five years,” it reads.

“This means private health insurance (except emergency medical care), education and housing.”

Immigrants must financially support themselves and their dependants for five years

Ukip website

Mr Farage said this “difficult” policy would not be in the manifesto.

However, he said he was in favour of preventing new migrants from bringing their dependants with them.

Their children should not be given the automatic right to attend state schools, he said.

Mr Farage explained the policy. continues on Express.co.uk

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