Tag Archives: immigration

The evil of Islamic State

Why do we throw money at the funders of terrorism? – UKIP Deputy Leader Paul Nuttall

• European Parliament, Strasbourg, 08 March 2016

Paul Nuttall MEP, Deputy Leader, UK Independence Party (North West), Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) group –@paulnuttallukip

nuttall-08-03-2016-275• Debate: Situation in Syria
Statement by the Vice-President of the Commission/High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
[2016/2604(RSP)]

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Labour MEP Howitt rejects anything that contradicts his ‘Syrian refugees’ narrative

• European Parliament, Strasbourg, 08 March 2016

• Bluecard Question: Paul Nuttall MEP, Deputy Leader, UK Independence Party (North West), Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) group – @paulnuttallukip
– Response: Richard Howitt MEP (Labour, UK), Socialist group (S&D)
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• Debate: Situation in Syria
Statement by the Vice-President of the Commission/High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
[2016/2604(RSP)]

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A taste of things to come

A taste of what’s to come across our continent – UKIP deputy leader Paul Nuttall MEP

• European Parliament, Strasbourg, 2 February 2016

Paul Nuttall MEP, Deputy Leader, UK Independence Party (North West), Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) group –@paulnuttallukip
– Bluecard Question: Jean-Paul DENANOT MEP (France), Socialist group (S&D)
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• Joint debate:
1. Refugee emergency, external borders control and future of Schengen
Council and Commission statements
[2016/2559(RSP)]

2. Respect for the international principle of non-refoulement
Council and Commission statements
[2016/2535(RSP)]

3. Financing refugee facility for Turkey
Council and Commission statements
[2016/2528(RSP)]

Benefits for Bigamists?

Dear Editor,

Is it any wonder people from all over the world beat a path to our shores when we are daft enough to hand over taxpayers money to wives in polygamous marriages?

Under the new system of universal credit polygamous marriages are actually no longer recognised, whereas before additional wives were entitled to reduced income support.

However a loophole has been discovered which means they will actually be better off as they will able to claim a full single person’s allowance while the husband and his first wife still receive their benefits.

benefits

It is suggested there are as many as 20,000 polygamous marriages in Britain and I would imagine that number will increase rather than decrease with a rising Muslim population.

If a husband chooses – and it is a choice – to have more than one wife then it is up to him to support them and not hard working British taxpayers.

Yours faithfully 

Paul Nuttall MEP

https://twitter.com/paulnuttallukip

 

Mass immigration affects wages

PRESS RELEASE

Burnham finally recognises the obvious – Mass immigration does depress low wages

 

The admission by Andy Burnham that mass low skilled immigration “has made life harder for people in our poorest communities, where wages have been undercut and job security lost” is a welcome recognition of the blindingly obvious.

 

“Mr Burnham’s words show the desperation of a man who has ignored the plight of the working classes due to mass immigration for years,” said local UKIP MEP Paul Nuttall.

Paul Nuttall MEP
Paul Nuttall MEP

“He cannot be surprised that uncontrolled immigration, which he and his party support, has led to wage compression, so his comments today prove that he knew he was lying when, before the election, he denied it was happening.

“Labour’s Shadow Home Secretary is only admitting the blindingly obvious in an attempt to win back the voters they have lost to UKIP. It’s too little too late and voters are not as gullible as he’d like to think.

 

“If he really wants to help people then he’d be better off campaigning for Britain to leave the EU so we can then control immigration with an Australian style points system. Instead he’d rather tell scare stories about job losses should we regain our independence, ignoring commitment by huge corporations such as Vauxhall and Nissan to stay here.

 

“The only jobs which would be lost are MEPs and big business lobbyists and I’d happily be the turkey voting for Christmas to make life better for people in this country.

 

“The facts show that it’s the EU causing job losses by making this country uncompetitive which the job losses at Redcar this week are the latest sad illustration,” said Mr Nuttall, UKIP deputy leader.

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Notes

Burnham comments

http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/immigration-leads-lower-wages-british-10161185