Farage Launches UKIP Poster: ‘Primary Schools Massively Oversubscribed’

The UK Independence Party (UKIP) has launched a poster highlighting the effect of mass, uncontrolled immigration from the European Union (EU) on public services. “The school over-run”, reads the poster, was revealed to the public just two days before the British people vote on their country’s membership of the EU. “Last year, nearly 1 in 4 primary schools were full or oversubscribed. The EU has failed us all. We must take back control of our borders now,” adds the caption. UKIP leader Nigel Farage unveiled it in Clacton-on-sea, Essex, where there was said to be “huge media interest”. “Fantastic to be in Clacton where the sun is shining and there is huge enthusiasm to Leave EU!” Tweeted Mr. Farage. Adding: “We have no border controls inside EU. If you want the UK to be able to control migration then vote to Leave EU on Thursday.” Huge media interest here in Clacton for @Nigel_Farage's visit. pic.twitter.com/Oh7ZbFY9oo — Michael Heaver (@Michael_Heaver) June 21, 2016 The poster also appears to have been a hit on Facebook, where it was posted on the official UKIP page. “Had a lot of trouble getting our eldest a place when she moved home. Missed half a term