The former Ukip leader quizzed listeners on whether or not Britain had the right to control its own borders during an hour-long debate.
The topic prompted a call from Turkish national Izzet, who claimed he had witnessed the “negative” impact of mass immigration since moving to the UK 15 years ago.
The Turkish national told Nigel Farage Britain needed to get tougher on border controls
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You have the right to raise the concern about controlling our borders
Izzet, Turkish national
“You have the right to raise the concern about controlling our borders,” Izzet told the Ukip MEP.
“It’s not only for the security concerns, it will also help improve our life standards in the UK.”
The comments led Mr Farage to ask the LBC caller whether there were “too many” people coming to live in the UK now.
Izzet told Nigel Farage immigration had had a "negative" effect on Britain
Izzet responded: “Yes I do – I came to this country 15 years ago from Turkey as a businessman and I can see a big difference in the UK.
“I can see a big change in a negative way in the UK and our lifestyle, for example; keeping British [values].
“Compared to 15 years ago the standard is not the same as before. We have a right to control our borders.”
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Izzet told Nigel Farage he would not support a Trump-style travel ban
However, the Turkish national was hastened to add he would not support a travel ban in the UK similar to the one implemented by Donald Trump.
The President has temporarily barred citizens from seven mainly Muslim countries entering the US after signing an executive order on Saturday.
Izzet criticised Mr Trump’s legislation for “discriminating against people based on their race”.
“I don’t think Donald Trump is making the right decision,” he said.
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Mr Farage was quick to defend the controversial order as he claimed Britain could take a similar stance in years to come, albeit a little more discreetly.
“I’m sure that when we decide who can come here from outside the European Union, it may not be codified publicly, but I’m sure we’ll be much more cautious about some countries then we are others,” the Ukip MEP concluded.
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