Monday, September 5

UKIP seize on plans to curb extremists

The European Commission has put forward plans to make immigrants to Britain and other member states swear to be faithful to EU laws and its Charter of Fundamental Rights.
The so called "oath of faithfulness" to the United Kingdom and the European Union was seized up on yesterday by UKIP as a new reason for Britain to quit the EU.
A defeated sounding UKIP MEP Gerard Batten said, "with Brussels taking control of British policy, it is questionable whether any newcomers to Britain needed to show any loyalty to the country rather than to the EU itself. "

Source: The Sun, September 4th 2005

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