Monday, 18 February 2013

Cameron Talks Tough (but is totally powerless)

The Prime Minister has three major national newspapers yesterday covering the stance and how he is determined to stop the abuse by foreign migrants of the health service, benefits, housing and legal aid.

Cameron said in Parliament yesterday that the Government was “going to look at every single one of our systems- housing, health, benefits-and to make sure we are not a soft touch for those who want to come here.”

Cameron's arse is crearly twitching at a time when the countdown to open doors to Romanian & Bulgarian citizens open in January 2014.

Despite all the tough talk, Cameron is indeed powerless to do anything.

EU rules are designed and enshrined by law to guarantee all workers equal access to services and benefits.

Sarah Mulley, associate director for migration at the Institute for Public Policy Research think tank, said; “The Government does not have much room for manoeuvre. Access to most benefits is seen as the most important part of freedom of movement.”

So there you go, Cameron is trying to tough talk his way out of an awkward situation, it may work for a couple of weeks or so, but at the end of the day, he is powerless to do anything.

Once people wake up to this the better, it clearly shows just how much the powers that be are prepared to hoodwink the electorate.

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