Ross Kemp’s Britain

Over the last 10 years actor and TV personality Ross Kemp, has investigated some of the darkest subjects in some of the most dangerous parts of the world but in this three part documentary series he feels it is time to take a hard look at what is really going on in his own country, a country he loves.

Episode 1 – Immigration:

In 2016 the number of migrants coming into the United Kingdom hit an all time high and most of the British population cite immigration as their biggest fear. It is in the news everyday and situated at the heart of political debate. Asylum seekers, economic migrants, illegal migrants, we hear these words all the time but few of us actually understand the differences between them. In the first episode Ross wants to find out who it is exactly that is coming into the UK, the lengths they will go to get in and what impact they are having on the future of Britain.

Episode 2 – Child Sexual Exploitation:

1 in 20 children in the UK have been sexually abused, sexual offences against children in England and Wales rose by a third last year. 1 in 3 girls ages between 13 and 17 with boyfriends have been abused by those boyfriends. In the second instalment of this series Ross wants to separate fact form fiction, rhetoric from reality and find out where they are heading as a nation and what makes up modern Britain.

Episode 3 – Alcohol Abuse:

One person dies every hour in the UK because of alcohol abuse and with this shocking statistic it should be no surprise that one of the biggest problems Britain faces today is a growing addiction to alcohol. Alcohol costs the economy 21 billion pounds a year. With more and more people drinking too much the consequences are becoming fatal, and drinking too much is becoming common place in every level of society. Experts believe the UK is sleep walking into an alcohol epidemic.

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  • Jordan Cullen

    The banana plant, pays people so low to intentionally higher migrants works. What wrong with that Ross Kamp is that it keeps the minimum wage low mean while this companies increase there profits margins for the owners.