The UKIP leader said David Cameron used the single market as the “answer for everything” because he couldn’t explain how to control immigration in the EU.m He said Mr Cameron’s focus on trade was a “smokescreen” and people cared more about their quality of life.
EU rules on freedom of movement mean citizens are free to live and work anywhere in the 28-nation bloc, so eurosceptic opponents of Cameron argue Britain is powerless to control immigration unless it votes to leave the EU on June 23.
Prime Minister David Cameron has announced he wants a referendum held on June 23 on whether the United Kingdom should remain in the European Union.
Those for the motion attacked the system of population management that they called separatist multiculturalism.
Saudi rulers, who recently sparked international outrage with their mass execution of 47 prisoners earlier this year, have also faced accusations they have tried to export puritanical Wahhabism abroad over the last three decades, at a cost of £67billion ($100bn).
Women who come to the UK to join husbands will face tests after two and a half years – with failure meaning “they can’t guarantee they will be able to stay” even if they have children, Mr Cameron told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme.
A video by so-called Islamic State (IS) featuring a man and young boy with British accents is “desperate stuff”, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
Waving a pistol around, the masked fanatic taunts Mr Cameron, saying ISIS will one day invade Britain.
Poll finds 47 percent of Britons want to leave the EU and just 38 percent want to stay.