And if, as is currently the case, we cannot limit or even anticipate the number of immigrants arriving in the UK from any of the 27 other EU nations, then if limits are to be imposed, they have to be imposed on those coming here from outside the EU. Read more
He said that anyone claiming that Slovakia wants to be multicultural would be going against the very essence of the country. Read more
“I’m in favour of immigration. I’m in favour of the benefits it brings to our society. But I have to say that what is happening at the moment is being done completely without the consent of the British people,” [former London Mayor Boris]Johnson said. Link …
The prize is immense. Just a month from today, Britain could be an independent country again. For the first time in many peoples’ lifetimes we could find ourselves in control of our borders, our economy and our future. Read more
Martin Schulz, the German president of the European Parliament, fears the 28-member bloc will crumble under the to political unrest caused by the migrant crisis.
“There is more we have got to do to control our immigration and our membership of the European Union has really hampered us.” Read more
EU leaders are currently meeting in Brussels to discuss a plan drawn up between Mrs Merkel and Turkey in a bid to stem the flow of migrants into Europe amid the ongoing refugee crisis.
The attacks under preparation “were the same style as those perpetrated in Paris Nov. 13,” in which 130 people were killed and hundreds injured by suicide bombers. Read more
From Greece to Germany and Switzerland to Sweden, far-right protestors and parties have stormed the mainstream of European politics. Read more
German business leaders fear that deep divisions over how to handle the refugee crisis and growing nationalism among member states could break up the European Union, according to five of the country’s biggest industry bodies. Read more
Germany’s foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has threatened legal action against EU countries that refused to accept refugees under the bloc’s quota programme.
Steinmeier said in an interview with German weekly Der Spiegel that “if it cannot be done otherwise, things will be resolved through the appropriate legal channels”, adding that “Europe is a community of law”. Read more
Poll finds 47 percent of Britons want to leave the EU and just 38 percent want to stay. Read more