The crackdown on immigration proceeds in earnest! Source This is a step towards Britain's victory in the war against multiculturalism. The country will begin by trying to cut down on the number of foreign students who pay unsubsidised rates for their education in British institutions. Only "the brightest and the best" are welcome, and after that they have to leave, unless they already have job offers (which we can be reasonably sure will be made more difficult to obtain). Such measures are in place to ensure that Britain will remain British and that its hallowed traditions will not be soiled by the influx of foreign talents and intellectuals. Of course, all sorts of interests might be against the crackdown on the number of smartypants entering and staying, which is why most of the government rhetoric is directed against uneducated immigrants. Moreover, Britain remains officially welcoming to foreign students who contribute to the country while cutting down on their numbers. Hopefully, this way British universities will not lose out even as the war against immigration proceeds. It is no wonder, then, that the universities are lauding it as "a cunning plan". So what do you think? Is Britain's plan wise as well as cunning?