'Record levels'. Your source for that assertion please? Could you also separate out EU migration from non EU migration, as the government of the day may be held responsible for one and not the other? Also; what is your definition of 'economic immigration', as it's not a term in common use? Economic migration, I understand. Also; what were the net figures under Labour, as the emigration figures also rose? Also; how many of the migrants from EU countries are still here? As you know, there was a huge outflow of migrant workers as soon as the current recession hit. Finally; how do you propose that UK employers replace workers in occupations where there not enough suitably qualified or willing UK applicants? Just trying to help you refine your ideas. At the moment they don't really make sense.
Ps; no, I don't want it in verse, I'd be grateful if you would stop suggesting it.