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Monday, 20 January 2014

This is just a Token Gesture to make it look as though they are tackling the problem of mass immigration

Writing in the Mail today, Iain Spuncan Smith and Theresa May say Britain’s generous welfare system should no longer be a magnet for citizens of other EU states [what about third world immigration Smith].

'British' residents pictured in Birmingham yesterday. A spokesman said: 
"We told Spuncan-Smith that we don't want anymore White Europeans in Islamabrum. It won't affect our benefits or the influx of our 'brothers' from the Indian sub-continent and Africa"

The Work and Pensions Secretary and the Home Secretary claim Labour doled out millions of pounds ‘for people to sit on benefits’ while opening the door to mass migration. They pointed to incendiary figures showing the number of Britons in jobs plunged by 413,000 between 2005 and 2010, while the number of working foreigners soared by 736,000. They said this was a shameful betrayal and evidence that immigration can displace some British workers and depress wages for the low-skilled.

Under the new rules, to be introduced in April, new European arrivals claiming jobseeker’s allowance will not be able to receive housing benefit as well. Those who get jobs but then go on to out-of-work handouts will be able to claim housing benefit for up to six months. After this they will have to show they have a genuine prospect of work.

Housing benefit helps cover accommodation costs for people who are out of work or on low incomes.

Under emergency regulations that took effect on January 1, all new EU migrants [not Turd World scum] now have to wait for at least three months before they can claim out-of-work benefits. In their article, Mr Duncan Smith and Mrs May say the Government’s reforms to the welfare and immigration systems are beginning to pay off.

Between 2010 and 2013, the number of Britons in jobs rose by 538,000, while the number of working foreigners increased by 247,000. The [government 'doctored] figures are even more striking for the year 2012-13 with 348,000 more British workers and only 26,000 from abroad.

Ian Spuncan-Smith: "Paki's only have tiny dicks"


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