Nov. 8, 2012
-- John Problem, Editor of the on-line magazine - john problem.com - is pleased to announce the publication in the current November Issue of an interview with Tomas Paderewski, the Secretary General of the Immigrant Representation Party of Great Britain. The ideals and the platform of this newly formed political party are outlined and explained in interesting detail.
"There are far more immigrants than the official figures would have us believe. Our own surveys show that the number of immigrants into Great Britain is far in advance of government records, and we obviously need representation in parliament. No taxation without representation,"
said Secretary General Tomas Paderewski. "We feel very strongly about many matters that seem to be in difficulty in this country. When one adopts a new country, one is right to feel concerned about its problems and to want to fix them."
"Look at the newspapers and listen to the people you meet. They never give up pointing out the idiotic decisions made by politicians. My members don’t want to live in an adopted country that is badly organised, that is badly run. So we want to be represented, we want to have our own MPs."