Caps on EU Migrants are Illegal
David Cameron and his Australian spin-doctor, Lynton Crosby, are taking the gloves off to woo back voters concerned about immigration who are seduced by Nigel Farage and UKIP. This is the only explanation for all the noise being made about imposing quotas on EU migrants and capping the volume of National Insurance numbers given to fresh… Read more
Juncker and Cameron: Two Peas in a Pod?
Following the European elections in May, David Cameron led a campaign to block Jean-Claude Juncker, the President-select of the European Commission from assuming office. As with most British initiatives in the European Union, the Prime Minister failed spectacularly. But in a surprising volte-face, Cameron is now telling his Conservative MEPs to endorse Juncker and his Commission team… Read more
Boris Johnson Agrees We Must Secure Borders, or Leave the EU
You know there is a leadership brawl brewing in the Tory party when Boris Johnson, the metropolitan Mayor of London, comes out blasting migration and urging the need to secure our borders.
An Uphill Struggle For Britain’s New EU Commissioner
For David Cameron, it just wasn’t meant to be like this. The Prime Minister hand selected an obscure bureaucrat named Lord Hill of Oareford as his nominee for Britain’s European Commissioner. He watched as Hill was handed the job of overseeing financial services and the internal market – areas of regulation which are so vital to Britain.
Tory Human Rights Plan Doomed To Fail
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) is selling the Great British Public down the river. Its increasingly spurious judgments – placing the rights of terrorists above the rights of the public – are bringing the British justice system into disrepute and threatening our national security.
Cameron’s EU Budget Cuts are a Mirage
“People said I cannot cut the EU budget. I cut the EU budget.” David Cameron boasted on BBC 4’s Today program this week. Time and time again – including in his keynote speech to the Conservative Party Conference – the Prime Minister proudly trotted out this claim to defy the critics of his renegotiation strategy.
Britain’s Rental Market Forced to Change by the EU
New EU rules on buy-to-let mortgages mean homeowners and mortgage applicants will face another layer of confusing and costly bureaucracy. Britain’s army of independent landlords – who provide a vital source of housing for thousands of tenants, often refurbishing homes which are uninhabitable – could be blocked from borrowing by the regulations that come into force… Read more
Eurocrat’s Parting Shot Defends Uncontrolled Immigration
Laszlo Andor, the departing European Commissioner for Employment, couldn’t resist one last parting shot against Britain. Last night Andor demanded Britain do more to protect the rights of EU migrants within this country, dismissing the idea foreign workers are a burden on the British economy and society.