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A 1977 election leaflet stated that "coloured immigration to this country must stop completely and immediately."
The BNP is opposed to coloured immigration.
It starred Corin Redgrave as the eponymous Green, a politician with the combustible view that "coloured immigration is dangerous to Britain and must stop".
A low-profile MP, Seymour was an instinctive right-winger and at the 1964 general election he called for legal restrictions on coloured immigration in overcrowded areas such as Sparkbrook.
An unnamed minister (probably the Lord President, Lord Salisbury), in the absence of control on coloured immigration, spoke of 'a real danger that over the years there would be a significant change in the racial character of the English people'.
A first leader in The Times on 3 January 1986, surveying, from thirty years on, the lessons of Eden's stewardship in his early months in No. 10, criticized the new Prime Minister's tendency to kick for touch on handling coloured immigration and curbing wildcat strikes.