The Truth about the EU.
If you believe in Britain support Brexit, Vote Leave in the EU Referendum
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I do not always agree with Mr Skinner but I do with the EU and TTIP, so I with him will Vote Leave.
It is a pity that my own Labour MP does not feel the same as he is for TTIP and the EU. Mr Skinner is keeping true to his convictions unlike his leader Jeremy Corbyn.
A valid reason to Vote Leave, Brexit for me.
Jim Mellon, one of the richest men in Britain, has compared the EU to a fire and believes we are set to burn along with our neighbours if we do not vote to leave on June 23.
Comment: Interesting to hear about the France/Italy time bomb and City blossoming thingies. See also the excelent Peter Hitchens “EU = Continuation of Germany” lecture on YouTube.
The investor correctly predicted the last recession in his 2006 book ‘Wake-Up: Survive and Prosper in the Coming Economic Turmoil’.
The businessman has highlighted that youth unemployment is at more than 50 per cent in Greece, 40 per cent in Spain and 25 per cent in France.
He said: “The major export of those countries to us is their unemployed people, especially young ones and that’s a fact.”
DER Comment: This man is spot on. UK politicians are incompetent morons. I guess I should be…
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EU RED tape is potentially “killing people” because it is delaying the marketing of new drugs by years and forcing research laboratories across the UK to close.
Vote Leave, support Brexit as you can not trust the IMF.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel accused of trying to bully Britain into staying in the EU.
Take back control of our borders
Recent statistics have revealed the huge pressure that uncontrolled migration puts on our public services. On top of this, high levels of migration have put downward pressure on wages. Neither of these are good for British families struggling to make ends meet.
As such, four leading members of the Vote Leave campaign, Michael Gove, Boris Johnson, Priti Patel and Gisela Stuart, have today called for the creation of a new, safer and more humane immigration system. You can read their full statement here.
This would be based on an Australian-style points system, which would ensure that people can come to the UK based on their skills, rather than their nationality. EU citizens would no longer have the automatic right to live and work in the UK, but we would ensure fairness between EU citizens and others, including those in Commonwealth countries.
The new system would mean that the rights of Irish citizens and citizens from the EU already lawfully resident in the UK would be unaffected. The law would change, however, to give the British Government the power to deport criminals, terrorists and those whose presence in the UK is not conducive to the public good, and stop violent criminals from entering the UK. It would also give the Government control of our immigration, asylum law and social security system.
By taking back control, we can ease the pressure on our public services and create an immigration system which welcomes in the brightest and best from around the world. It is the safer choice to Vote Leave on 23 June and ensure that we can vote for those who determine Britain’s immigration policy.
Let’s bake control…
On Saturday 11 June, Vote Leave is holding its very own Bake Control Day. We want all our supporters and activists to join in the fun and bake for Britain. We’ve put together some fabulous recipes which have been created by our culinary experts to get you in the mood.
Why not host a tea party? Or do some advance baking before the start of Euro 2016? All you need to do to take part is sign up to Vote Leave’s exclusive Bake Control Day recipe book full of facts about how Britain’s membership of the EU holds our country back.
There are also some fantastic signed goodies to be won. Once you’ve created your Vote Leave masterpiece, please share your images with everyone on social media using the hashtags #BakeControl and #VoteLeave. Click here to register and please ask your friends and family to sign up too.
Referendum broadcast – your chance to win £50 million
Last night saw our second referendum broadcast on TV which highlighted the fact that we send £50 million to the EU every day. It also showcased our50million.uk competition, which gives participants the chance to win our daily EU budget contribution if they correctly predict the results of Euro 2016. You can watch it here.
Although the broadcast is light-hearted, it has a serious message to it. As well as the vast amounts of money we send to Brussels every day, it highlighted the fact that Turkey – with a population of 76 million – is set to join the EU. It also showed where our money goes – with MEPs receiving high wages as well as generous expense packages. This is a bitter pill to swallow when uncontrolled migration is forcing wages down for the lowest paid in the UK.
Today’s must reads:
Brexit immigration revolution! – Mail
Johnson and Gove pledge to curb immigration after Brexit – Times
Living wage makes UK a migrant magnet – and it is the poorest Britons who will suffer the most – Andrea Leadsom, Mail
Chris Grayling: Brexit would help young people get on housing ladder –Guardian
Leaving the EU means trusting people over distant institutions – Steve Hilton, Telegraph
New figures reveal more than £670 million of EU spending was lost to fraud last year – Tele
No one is prospering in the European Union these days except the super-rich. Unemployment has rocketed to almost 23 million and under-employment is rife. The jobs that do exist are low paid and insecure; our pensions are being haemorrhaged and our personal debt has reached astronomical levels. We live from week to week, struggling to pay the rent or mortgage, energy bills, phone bills, rail fares and childcare.
This is a world away from Jacques Delors’ land of milk and honey that he promised to the TUC in 1988. Of course his Social Europe offering was always a fairy-tale destined to have an unhappy ending, but our movement was still recovering from the 1984/85 miners’ strike and the 1986 Wapping dispute. His words were a refreshing change from the cold ferocity of Thatcher’s Tories perhaps…
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