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By The Brexiteers, Jun 7 2018 07:47AM

The shadow Brexit Secretary, made the admission on a day when a shadow cabinet colleague contradicted him over whether EU free movement will continue after we leave the EU.

Sir Keir was trying to explain how he had come up with a policy that betrayed the Brexit majority by keeping the UK tied to Brussels rule after Leaving the EU but had simultaneously infuriated hard-line Remoaners in his own party.

The plans to effectively keep Britain in the EU’s single market as well as customs union through an amendment to the Withdrawal Bill is believed to be Labour’s 15th Brexit position since Jeremy Corbyn became leader.

And the row over the new policy came as Mr Corbyn hinted at another U-turn by twice refusing to rule out backing a second EU referendum to overturn the result in 2016 during Prime Minister’s questions.

And the row over the new policy came as Mr Corbyn hinted at another U-turn by twice refusing to rule out backing a second EU referendum to overturn the result in 2016 during Prime Minister’s questions.

“The only party we can trust to deliver Brexit is UKIP, they’re the only party that aren’t divided by Brexit and if it wasn’t for UKIP we wouldn’t have had a referendum”. - David Poulden UKIP

By The Brexiteers, May 24 2018 05:31AM

The Times of Israel reports: As Jerusalem basked in tight-knit ties with Washington, a senior EU official was said on Tuesday to have recently warned Israel not to “disparage” the EU, adding that US President Donald Trump’s legacy could be scaled back just as quickly as that of his predecessor Barack Obama.

“Trump won’t be president forever,” Hadashot TV on Tuesday quoted the unnamed official as saying during a recent visit to Israel. “Just like nobody imagined that the Obama legacy would be erased so quickly, it can happen to the other side,” the source added.

“You shouldn’t disparage Europe. Look at the numbers: We are still your biggest trade partners. You don’t understand that we are under immense public pressure against Israel,” the senior official added.

Read more here.

By The Brexiteers, May 23 2018 03:13PM

Farage calls out Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over Facebook’s Prejudice towards right-of-centre political views. Nigel Farage asked: “Who decides what’s politically acceptable?

This comes after Facebook censoring centre-right political content, millions of Facebook users have had content removed by Facebook or have received 30 day bans from the platform or even had their profiles unpublished without any explanation.

Farage said - that “on average, our numbers are down about 25 percent over the course of this year.”

The latest political figure to receive a Facebook ban was Luke Nash-Jones (of MBGA) after he received a notification that his page Luke Nash-Jones had been unpublished then it was subsequently re-published after an “appeal”

David Poulden UKIP London said - “it seems George Orwell’s book 1984 is becoming reality, for centuries men and women fought and died for freedom of expression, and we will continue to do so!”

Have you received a Facebook ban? – We’d love to hear from you, please comment below.

By The Brexiteers, Nov 23 2017 10:45AM

“We cannot accept a system where EU citizens living in the UK are at risk of being deported”

-Guy Verhofstadt

The rights of European Union citizens has been a sticking point in the Brexit negotiations, with Brussels refusing to start trade talks before a settlement is reached.

An agreement would also affect some 1.2 million UK-born people residing in other European Union countries.

Discussing the need for a citizens’ agreement to be reached, Dictator Verhoftstadt said: “The Brexit Steering Group’s – who is steering this process from within the European Parliament – priority is to have a good arrangement on citizens’ rights.

“I am talking about citizens’ rights, not only am I talking about the rights of the EU citizens living in the UK but also the rights British residents living in the EU.

“What we absolutely want to avoid is these citizens, be they European or citizens of the UK living on the Continent, are victims of Brexit.”

Guy Verhofstadt called for a “declaration” system for EU citizens living in the UK, to avoid them having to make an “application” to remain in the country after Brexit.

He said declarations should cover a “whole household” rather than an individual and said the “burden of proof” must be on the Home Office rather than the household.

Guy Verhofstadt added: “We cannot accept a system where EU citizens living in the UK, or are mainly already permanent residents, are at risk of being deported as a result of the process.”

Last week, the European Parliament rejected Britain’s latest offer on the rights of EU citizens living in the UK after Brexit.

The Government issued a technical paper detailing a two-year grace period for EU nationals to apply for settled status once the UK leaves the undemocratic organisation.

Brexit Secretary David Davis said the UK “will support everyone wishing to stay to gain settled status”.

He added “The last negotiation round saw real progress in this area and I hope the document we have published today can facilitate the deal we need to guarantee the rights of UK citizens living in the EU27, and vice versa.”

By The Brexiteers, Nov 23 2017 10:14AM

A Secret document, which remained locked away for 30 years, advised the British Government to COVER-UP the realities of EU membership so that by the time the public realised what was happening it would be too late.

Almost all of the shocking predictions – from the loss of British sovereignty, to monetary union and the over-arching powers of European courts – have come true.

But damningly for Tory Prime Minister Edward Heath, and all those who kept quiet about the findings in the early 70s, the document, known as FCO30/1048, was locked away under Official Secrets Act rules for almost five decades.

The classified document, dated April 1971, advised the Government should keep the British public in the dark about what EEC membership means predicting that it would take 30 years for voters to realise what was happening by which time it would be too late to leave.

That last detail was the only thing the disgraceful paper – prepared for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) – got wrong.

The unknown author – a senior civil servant – correctly predicted the then European Economic Community (the EEC effectively became the EU in 1993) was headed for economic, monetary and fiscal union, with a common foreign and defence policy, which would constitute the greatest surrender of Britain’s national sovereignty since 1066.

He went on to say “Community law” would take precedence over our own courts and that ever more power would pass away from Parliament to the bureaucratic system centred in Brussels.

The author even accurately asserts that the increased role of Brussels in the lives of the British people would lead to a “popular feeling of alienation from Government”.

But shockingly politicians were advised “not to exacerbate public concern by attributing unpopular measures… to the remote and unmanageable workings of the Community”.

They were told to preserve the impression that the British Government was still calling the shots rather than an unelected body of foreign politicians – and that the ruse would last “for this century at least” – by which time Britain would be so completely chained to Brussels it would be impossible to leave.

Document FCO30/1048, which has now been declassified under the 30-year rule, still shocks and angers Brexiteers.

Annabelle Sanderson, a Brexit expert and former advisor to Nigel Farage said: “Despite all the claims from politicians of many parties that the EU was not about becoming a central state this 1971 document shows that is exactly what the plan was.

“Arch Remoaners from Labour, Lib Dems and the Tories need to check this out and ask themselves why they are MPs if they don’t actually want Westminster to be in charge of this country.

“We voted for Brexit what needs to happen is a proper clean break from Brussels so we can once again become a sovereign nation with money being spent in this country on services we need and have Parliament and courts making and ruling on the laws.”

By The Brexiteers, Nov 22 2017 08:11AM

Romanian nurse who put patients' lives at risk because her English was so bad she couldn't answer 999 operator's questions is allowed to carry on working…

o Rodica Olteanu was deemed not to have 'necessary English to practise safely'

o She struggled to communicate with operator when a patient fell seriously ill

o Concerns about the 34-year-old started when she was at a Welsh nursing home

o Despite the concerns about her language skills she was allowed to keep working

A Romanian nurse who put patients' lives at risk because her English was so poor she couldn't answer simple questions has been permitted to carry on working.

Rodica Olteanu, 34, wasted crucial time as she struggled to communicate with a 999 operator when a patient was taken seriously ill.

A misconduct hearing was told Ms Olteanu was allowed to work at an NHS hospital despite not having the 'necessary knowledge of English to practise safely'.

Her poor grasp of the language was first noted while working at a nursing home when a resident became ill and needed immediate medical attention.

Ms Olteanu was allowed to work at the University Hospital of North Midlands Trust (pictured) in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire despite not having the 'necessary knowledge of English to practise safely'

In March last year Olteanu was unable to answer a 999 call handler's questions - and needed help from colleagues before confirming the patient's life was at 'immediate risk'.

Care workers without medical qualifications were forced to take over the phone call at Ty Gwynno nursing home in Pontypridd, South Wales, and the patient was later successfully treated at hospital.

Olteanu was ordered to undertake a paid-for International English Language Test System.

But she refused to attend, claiming she couldn't get time off after starting a new job.

She then got a job as a nurse at the University Hospital of North Midlands Trust in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire - but concerns were again raised about her language skills.

An internal assessment at the hospital gave her an English and mathematics score expected from that of a child aged nine to 11-years-old.

The hearing was told she was removed from ward duties and no longer works for the Trust.

The hearing was told Olteanu - who did not attend her hearing - does not accept her English is below standard, saying no concerns had been raised before the 999 call.

In a written statement, she said: 'I do not deny that I am of another nationality, and I agree that my conversation level is not so high as of the British citizens because English is not my native language.

'However, I cannot agree that I do not understand or cannot have a conversation in English, because until this incident no one had any complaints or concerns about how to communicate or understand English language, or the manner of delivery of medical care provided by me.'

David Newman, chair of the NMC panel sitting in Cardiff, said it was 'more than likely' Olteanu's lack of English 'could place the public at risk of harm'.

He said: 'In the panel's view, a registered nurse should be able to demonstrate more than a basic command of the language in order to practise safely and effectively.'

Mr Newman said the public would 'remain at risk of harm' if Olteanu were to return to nursing in the UK, but decided against suspending her registration as it would be 'disproportionate'.

By The Brexiteers, Nov 22 2017 07:05AM

Merkel's lengthy reign at the top of German politics is nearly at an end, according to a senior member of the country's Green party.

Hans-Christian Ströbele, who helped co-found the party that would become the Greens in the 1980s, said he could not envisage the Chancellor staying in her role for much longer.

Despite her best attempts to secure a fourth term as Chancellor, Mrs Merkel's Christian Democratic Union party (CDU) suffered heavy losses in September's elections, and she has failed to cobble together a so-called Jamaica alliance with the Greens and the Free Democrats (FDP).

Depending on what Germany’s president Frank-Walter Steinmeier decides, millions of voters could find themselves going back to the polls next year for a snap election, or he could tell Ms Merkel, Europe's most powerful leader after 12 years in office, to seek further coalition talks.

There is also the possibility of forming a minority government, something Merkel herself has said she would rather not do.

Mr Ströbele said, whatever the outcome, he does not think Mrs Merkel will be ruling over the Bundestag for long.

In an interview with Swiss website Watson, he said: "The end of the chancellorship of Angela Merkel has already been announced by the outcome of the general election.

"Now Merkel's political end can indeed come very quickly. In my opinion, Mrs Merkel will not be able to stay at the top of the government for much longer."

Let’s hope that’s true and the crack pot steps down with immediate effect.

By The Brexiteers, Oct 31 2017 09:18AM

Nigel Farage has written to the EU’s Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier to request a meeting after the Brussels bigwig met with Remoaners Nick Clegg and Ken Clarke yesterday, both hoping to defy the will of the British people and keep the United Kingdom in the European Union.

Hopefully Michel Barnier accepts Nigel Farage’s request to meet so the voices of the Brexiteers can be expressed.

Thank you Nigel!

By The Brexiteers, Oct 26 2017 03:11PM

• New population forecasts from the ONS say population growth is slowing down

• ONS estimates 54% of growth in over 10 years will be international migration

• Adding babies born in the UK to foreign parents sees migration total rise to 77%

• The model also considers fertility rates and life expectancy in the forecast

The UK's population will swell past 70 million before the end of the next decade, new forecasts reveal today with more than half the increase caused by immigration.

The number of people living in The United Kingdom will rise by 3.6 million - 5.5 per cent - in a decade and the country will be home to 70 million by mid-2029.

The new forecast from the Office for National Statistics considers immigration, fertility and life expectancy.

It concluded that over the next ten years, 46 per cent of UK population growth is projected to result from more births than deaths, with 54 per cent attributed to net international migration.

Taking into account babies born to foreign parents in Britain, immigration will indirectly account for 77 per cent of the population growth.

The most recent set of immigration statistics showed net migration in the year to March 2017 was 246,000 - including 127,000 arrivals from the EU, 179,000 from the rest of the world and 60,000 people leaving the country.

Overall, the population is expected to grow more slowly than at the last forecast in 2014 because of lower immigration, women having fewer children and a slowdown in the growth of life expectancy.

White Brits are now a minority in London and other large cities in the United Kingdom.


By The Brexiteers, Oct 26 2017 10:17AM

Figures released by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) reveal that thousands of economic migrants are still flooding into Europe.

The figures show that 148,882 people have already arrived on the continent from the 1st of January until the 22nd of October this year.

Italy saw the most arrivals, with 111,166 arrivals to date, down from 149,175 during the same period last year.

Greece had 22,861 arrivals, down from 169,302 last year, while neighbouring Cyprus received 818, an increase on the 345 which arrived last year.

Spain saw its arrivals nearly triple to 13,977, an enormous increase largely due to the cracking down of people crossing from Libya into Italy.

Whilst the numbers are down in total, the numbers coming are still far too many for Europe to absorb. Things simply cannot be allowed to go on this way.

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