The Isle of Man can expect much higher levels of immigration in the near future.
That's the view of the UK Independence Party whose leader Nigel Farage has given a public lecture in Douglas.
Mr Farage - a member of the European Parliament - claims a common immigration and asylum policy is in the pipeline for later this year - which would work in a similar way to the common fisheries and agriculture policies.
Its effect - according to Mr Farage - 20 million more people allowed into the EU.
Mr Farage (pictured) says the Isle of Man will be expected to take its share: