Wed, 04/07/2012 - 20:00
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The EU Observer reports “The UK is prepared to restrict the rights of Greeks from entering this country should Greece exit the euro. The UK revealed Tuesday, 3 July, it is prepared to seal its borders from Greeks and other Eurozone citizens caught up in the fall-out of the sovereign debt crisis in the event of “extraordinary stresses and strains”.
Prime Minister David Cameron told a Home Affairs Committee “I would be prepared to do whatever it takes to keep our country safe” . . . “You have to plan, you have to have contingencies, you have to be ready for anything – there is so much uncertainty in our world.”
He and previous governments haven’t done too well along those lines have they? Funny he is prepared to talk the talk when it comes to Europeans, but if this Government is making plans to stop the Greeks and possibly the Spanish and Italians from entering the UK, what of the hordes from the Middle East, Africa and Asia? No contingencies are in place there for our non European parasites are there?
o Tory MP tables bill to grant honorary titles to civil partners of homosexual peers
o Media blanket over mass exodus of our Police leaving the Force
o Austria celebrates ‘model’ law on Islam
o China's banks are the world's most profitable
o Iraq refuses to take asylum seekers back
o Thought for the Day – The Truth about Muslim Sexual Grooming and the Media.
And Finally talking urinal cakes
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