Saturday, 27 February 2016
The number of EU nationals working in this country soared by 200,000 last year and has doubled since 2009.
At the same time official statistics showed an increase in young British people not in education, employment or training.
When will David Cameron get it?
What these EU nationals are doing is undermining the chances of our own British nationals finding a job in the workplace!
The fact that these figures were released in the same week as MEPs voted to advertise all jobs and apprenticeships in the UK on an EU wide website is surely yet another example why Britain neds to leave the EU.
What those who favour staying in the EU need to realise is that instead of throwing even more money at the incompetent and crypto-communists regime that is the E.U what we need to do is tackle the deeply rooted problems we already have in Britain such as long-term and youth unemployment, a lack of or poor standards of education and the lack of affordable housing all of which are being undermined by immigration which will not fall so long as we are in the EU.
Mr Cameron is promising changes as regards benefits to EU immigrants as part of his new settlement.
Maybe he should try telling that to Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban?
Orban recently told his own parliament that Mr. Cameron got nothing.
Orban even reassured his own citizens that even those who have not paid contributions will still get UK benefits.
In Orban's own words:
"We have succeeded in ensuring that these social benefits cannot be taken away… This means that we have even succeeded in protecting benefits which people working in the United Kingdom did not pay for in the form of contributions."
The fact of the matter is that so long as Britain remains in the EU we will continue to fund foreign nationals through our own benefits system and they will continue to have freedom of movement that undermines those seeking unskilled work in Britain.
Wednesday, 24 February 2016
Top Tories in Havant have today voiced outrage at MP Alan Mak after he said that he will be backing David cameron's reform of the EU.
As well as the story in today's Portsmouth News TBG can sensationally reveal that a number of members have rang up the local Conservative Association to say that they will not be supporting the party anymore.
One elderly lady told TBG this morning: "Mak thinks he is going to get a job under Cameron but he has got another thing coming."
"Cameron is going to be finished after the referendum and Boris will not give him a job when he finds out about his past."
Mak has been at the centre of a number of storms since beating off Chris Hayward, Michael McManus and Charlotte Vere to be selected the Tory candidate for Havant in 2014.
Just weeks before the election Ukip candidate John Perry accused Mr Mak of lying on his CV. And TBG itself recently exposed the Havant MP over a scandal that saw him resign as Entertainments Officer when at the University of Cambridge after faking an invoice.
He has also had to fight off allegations that he falsely claimed to have been a department head at a magic circle practice of lawyers Clifford Chance.
Local Tory and TBG writer Geoff Brooking said: "What this shows yet again is that Mak is a very opportunistic politician."
"He says the right thing on the right occasion."
"When Boris becomes PM he will have none of it."
"Mak came across as the most euro-sceptic candidate at both the Havant Conservatives Open Primary and at meetings prior to the primary and he has gone completely against his word."
"If the members had known what a real creep he is then he would have stood no chance."
"I wouldn't be at all surprised if he has to face a vote of no confidence."
"He may be doing good work in the local community but the local party are fast losing their patience."
Monday, 22 February 2016
Well done Boris Johnson for standing up for his principles by backing the Brexit Campaign.
Boris is a very brave man to stand up to all the cronies and creeps who only want the gravy train.
Unlike the cronies and creeps, Boris will stand up for all of us.
In the words of that great writer, Leo McKinstry, "The time is right for Britain to free itself from the EU (Daily Express)."
The referendum is our last chance to take back control of our country and borders.
Thanks to 13 years of Labour rule and a coalition with a gun held to its head, Britain has become a dumping ground for untrained uneducated migrants who are a burden on our taxes and are in direct competition for our own low skilled jobs.
It's time leave the EU, tighten up our laws and tighten up our borders.
No wonder Independence Day 2 is out in British cinemas the day after the EU referendum.
The writing is on the wall for the EU - Long Live Britannia!
Saturday, 20 February 2016
Seven year EMERGENCY BRAKE on EU migrant benefits
EU migrant Child Benefit SLASHED
Treaty change EXEMPTING Britain from 'ever closer union'
BLOCKS on criminal EU migrants entering the country
DEPORTATION of EU migrants if out for work for 6 months
DAVID CAMERON has returned from marathon talks in Brussels with an historic deal he is set to put to the public for an In/Out referendum on EU membership this summer, TBG can reveal.
An exhausted looking Prime Minister exited the tough talks with 27 other countries claiming Britain now has a "special status" within the EU with the deal struck being "legally binding and irreversible".
For the first time in history a British Prime Minsiter has battled for serious reform and a repositioning of Britain on the important stage that is the European Union. Keeping Britain at the table of influence the PM has landed some of the most important changes to the EU in recent history, even toying with its fundamental principles.
The key points of the deal are an "emergency brake" on migrants' in-work benefits for four years when there are "exceptional" levels of migration. The UK will be able to operate the brake for seven years
Child benefit for the children of EU migrants living overseas will now be paid at a rate based on the cost of living in their home country - applicable immediately for new arrivals and from 2020 for the 34,000 existing claimants
The amending of EU treaties to state explicitly that references to the requirement to seek ever-closer union "do not apply to the United Kingdom", meaning Britain "can never be forced into political integration".
The ability for the UK to enact "an emergency safeguard" to protect the City of London, to stop UK firms being forced to relocate into Europe and to ensure British businesses do not face "discrimination" for being outside the eurozone
The Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi warned "there is a risk of us losing sight of the original European dream".
Monday, 1 February 2016
David Cameron has gone right down in my estimation now that he is allegedly offering promotion to MPs just to get them on board the EU Stay Campaign.
This was highlighted over the weekend and one MP, Mark Pritchard, has already been mentioned.
Mr Cameron needs to realise that, as Arron Banks pointed out on the Sunday Politics, the referendum campaign won't just be about politicians but will be about the people up against the elite.
Everything Cameron is asking the EU for is nothing but window dressing with no substance.
The Prime Minister is trying to confuse the electorate rather than publish the facts.
He makes Tony Blair's style of spin look good.
As a life long Euro Sceptic I know full well that Britain will be better out of the EU.
Sadly I also know for a fact that there are forces in government that are trying to do everything they can keep us in such as offering promotion to some MPs currently sat on the fence.
People need to realise that staying in the EU will eventually mean a total loss of sovereignty that will ultimately lead to Britain being treated within the EU just like different states are treated in the USA.
It is ultimately the people's chance to get what they want and not what politicians tell us we want.
Which is why the British people should stand for none of this career politics nonsense and just get Britain out of this utterly incompetent organisation that is the EU once and for all.
Friday, 29 January 2016
Pro UK anti-EU students have voiced their outrage today following a cheeky stunt by rip off EU funded campaign group ‘Students for Europe’.
The group have been accused of nicking the exact same ‘chalk duster’ font used by swish and professional anti- EU group ‘Students for Britain’.
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Speaking to TBG, one anti EU student said: "First they steal our right to govern our own country, next they steal our font. Do these pro EU groups know no boundaries?"
Another from Warwick University told TBG: "We’re seeing a huge number of young people sign up to join Students for Britain. We’re fed up of being governed by Brussels. The UK will be so much better off outside this political union with the EU"
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