By Ray Richards, Pentlow
Could the Prime Minister please explain to me, and doubtless millions of other voters, just how he intends meeting the £5.9 Billion that the EU has invoiced Great Britain with since November 2014. It is made up of a £1.8 billion that the EU charged Great Britain with for managing its finances properly. Yes you got it, we were penalised for keeping our house in order. Then 24hrs after Mr Cameron set foot Back on British soil the President of the EU gave us a further £3 Billion demand for our cheek. To be followed in January by a further £1 billion to give to Africa.
POLAND has today delivered David Cameron a “resounding no” over his plans to reform European Union migrant benefits, hours after a top French minister accused Britain of trying to “dismantle” the 28-member bloc.
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Published UKIP.ORG May 21, 2015
The Government has failed catastrophically
Steven Woolfe MEP, the UKIP Migration spokesman has responded to the latest ONS figures that show an increase in net immigration of 109,000 per annum to 318,000.
“Today’s government announcement on illegal migration is a smoke screen to mask today’s appalling immigration statistics. In almost every area, net migration, overall UK immigration, EU immigration, non-EU immigration, sham marriages, bogus students, overstayers; the government has failed catastrophically.
“It has never been clearer that the UK borders are open to all whenever, wherever and however they want to come. The government has lost all control. The ONS report that 285,000 people came to work in the UK work last year. That is a city the size of Nottingham, which has nearly a 100 schools, 60 GP surgeries and several hospitals. Britain needs to provide the equivalent just to keep up with the workers arriving and this illustrates clearly the strain mass migration is putting on our public services.
From the press office of the Lord Stoddart of Swindon (Independent Labour) 20th May 2015
The independent Labour Peer, Lord Stoddart of Swindon has strongly criticised Mike Rake the President of the Confederation of British Industry for his speech calling for the UK to remain in the EU, accusing the CBI of ignoring the General Election result and pursuing “corporatist and anti-democratic” policies.
By James Slack, Home Affairs Editor for the Daily Mail
Published: 01:06, 14 May 2015 | Updated: 08:29, 14 May 2015
Thursday, 14 May 2015 15:58
- The EU has insisted Britain should take an extra 60,000 asylum seekers
- But Theresa May said UK would not help relocate thousands of migrants
- Comes after thousands make perilous journeys across Mediterranean to reach Europe
Home Secretary Theresa May, who has said Britain will play no part in an EU scheme to relocate migrants coming across the Mediterranean
Published UKIP.ORG May 18, 2015
Roger Helmer MEP, UKIP Industry Spokesman, has welcomed Lord Bamford’s remarks, adding, “This blows out of the water the commonly held assertion that the UK needs to be in the EU to trade internationally when quite the contrary is true.
“As an example of a big player and a globally trading UK business, JCB demonstrates that we should be looking beyond the limiting, outmoded Eurocentric model and freeing ourselves from regulation to do business around the world. He is absolutely right to remind everyone that the UK is the sixth largest global economy and can exist, indeed thrive, beyond the shackles of Brussels and must seek to do so in order to be future proof and to prosper.
“JCB is one of the most prominent companies to support British exit, but it should be borne in mind that under the banner of Business for Britain, many other big companies have come out against ongoing membership of the EU ”