It must by now be abundantly clear to a one eyed cat that Farage' s EUKIP is no more than an off shore pressure group and not a political party. To influence this fast moving debate and try and get us this referendum and win it requires a party headquarters in London with a leader and advisors based there 24/7 not in the bars of Brussels. Things are moving very fast and Dave is running scared. Clegg and Millipede are also vulnerable.
We have to fight the battle for the UK in the UK with our own money. It cannot be fought and won in Brussels on EU money that can be withdrawn any time.
The Mail online runs an excellent piece by Tim Shipman entitled,
Immigrants? We sent out search parties to get them to come... and made it hard for Britons to get work, says Mandelson
- Former minister admits Labour deliberately engineered mass immigration
- Between 1997 and 2010 net migration to Britain totalled 2.2million
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2324112/Immigrants-We-sent-search-parties-to-come--hard-Britons-work-says-Mandelson.html#ixzz2THVCdrjZ
Mr Neather , a Mandelson advisor, said the policy was designed to ‘rub the Right’s nose in diversity’.
He said there was ‘a driving political purpose: that mass immigration was the way that the Government was going to make the UK truly multicultural’.
It shows that to score political points Labour conspired to reduce the wages of their core supporters and hand over their jobs and council houses to immigrants to make the UK multi-racial. Now I don't ever recall reading that in any of Tony's Labour manifestos. I wonder why not?.
Young Mr Heaver has written a similarly themed piece on his Telegraph blog. It would be nice to know which piece came first?
The BBC, true Europhiles to a man, ran a clip of Ken Clarke on the 6pm news tonight pooh poohing the idea of leaving the EU saying we would be foolish to do so. It suddeny reminded me of another pompous overweight man with a loud voice, loud opinions supported by zero facts. I refer to Cap'n Bob Maxwell.
You can look forward to a mega FUD, Fear Uncertainty & Doubt, campaign from the Europhile establishment. Enjoy but don't swallow!