UKIP's Immigration Spokesman John Bickley responding to the publication of the Casey Report said, "In February 2015 Louise Casey's report into the Labour run Rotherham Council stated that it '....is not fit for purpose' and 'is failing in its duties to protect vulnerable children and young people from harm.' 'The [This] inspection revealed past and present failures to accept, understand and combat the issue of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE), resulting in a lack of support for victims and insufficient action against known perpetrators. The [Labour] Council’s culture is unhealthy: bullying, sexism, suppression and misplaced ‘political correctness’ have cemented its failures. The Council is currently incapable of tackling its weaknesses, without a sustained intervention.'
"Today, her damning report on integration has been released. It pulls no punches and is an excoriating critique of the Labour, Conservatives and Liberal Democrat parties' support of mass immigration, multiculturalism and political correctness, which has led to whole towns having changed “out of all recognition” and '..sunk into ghettos because of a failure by governments to handle mass immigration. Instead, segregation along religious and race lines has spiralled, worsening the pulls of extremism.'
"For years UKIP has been the only political party willing to point out the failings of mass, uncontrolled immigration and multiculturalism. For this we have been accused of being racist by a cowardly Establishment. That won't wash any longer. The main parties have singularly failed to address the impact of uncontrolled immigration on mainly working class communities and the British people have had enough.
"Leaving the EU will be a major step in taking back control of our borders and immigration, however before that happens the government needs do the following with immediate effect (i) significantly reduce immigration from non EU countries, (ii) ban the practising of sharia law (there is only one law and that is the law of the land), & (iii) force all public sector institutions to apply the law equally to all citizens and not give preferential treatment to ethnic minorities."