AS EU CITIZENS, THEY WILL ALL HAVE A VOTE IN ANYTHING RELATED TO THE EU, including a referendum …WILL THEY VOTE TO GET OUT? NO! We pay extortionate taxes, including VAT, for our own demise…Mr fix-it EU at it again!
Have we been asked by those who are paid to represent us in Parliament, if we AGREE? No.
Everthing is being taken from the British People
- British People can’t get work
- Benefits for the disabled and sick are cut
- Council tenants living in accommodation deemed to be to large for them are being forced to give up their homes or pay higher rent
- Schools are over crowded
- National Heath Services are over burdened
- Greenbelt land taken to build more houses
- Proposed taxation of pensioners with Granny Tax
“THOUSANDS of young jobless Europeans are to get travel expenses and moving costs to come to work in Britain.
The European Commission will pay £250 to help hopefuls get to an interview — and £830 to cover relocation costs if they are offered a job. Brussels claims thousands will find work under the taxpayer-funded initiative.” The Sun Newspaper
Critics fear it will see youngsters from countries with high unemployment flock to the UK, where ONE MILLION young Brits are jobless. The scheme, for those aged from 18 to 30, aims to match jobseekers with suitable jobs.
It is being piloted in Spain — where youth unemployment exceeds 50 per cent — Germany, Denmark and Italy, but the Commission plans to extend it EU-wide.
Moving expenses vary from £500 for Bulgaria to up to £1,000 for Denmark. Jobseekers can claim 1,000 euros — £830 — if they get a job in the UK.
The Get Britain Out campaign condemned the scheme.
Spokesman Tim Aker said the fact it was taxpayer-funded was “astonishing”.
He said: “No wonder we’re all fed up with the EU. Mass unemployment caused by the eurozone is the eurozone’s problem. The EU shouldn’t undercut British workers by offering British jobs to unemployed Europeans.”
The Department for Work and Pensions said the scheme, also open to young Brits to move to other EU countries, tried to avoid sectors with “high unemployment”.