Britain could be changed beyond recognition if we take in thousands of Syrian refugees, according to journalist Peter Hitchens.
Speaking before David Cameron announced that the UK would take in up to 20,000 Syrian refugees, Mr Hitchens spoke to Nick Ferrariabout his concerns.
"The long-term effect of allowing into Europe unlimited mass migration from the Middle East, North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, Afghanistan - there will be social change in the continent we find ourselves in.
"At the end of it, we won't recognise any of the countries which we now possess."
Mr Hitchens insisted that the refugees should not have a choice on which 'safe' country they end up in after fleeing from their war-torn country.
And therefore he claimed that we won't save any refugees by changing the country we know.
Listen to his plea above.