Skip to comments.Cameron’s EU plan to scrap ‘ever closer union’ and limit migration
Posted on 03/17/2014 2:00:05 PM PDT by Olog-hai
New mechanisms to limit eastern European migration and prevent benefit tourism are at the center of a seven-point plan laid out by David Cameron to reform Britains relationship with the EU.
Writing in the Daily Telegraph on Sunday (16 March), the British Prime Minister said that the EUs principle of free movement of labor and capital should mean free movement to take up work, not free benefits. He added that allowing new countries to join the EU should be accompanied by new mechanisms in place to prevent vast migrations across the continent.
He also called for the removal of the phrase referring to ever closer union in the preamble of the EU treaty. It may appeal to some countries, but it is not right for Britain, and we must ensure we are no longer subject to it, said Cameron.
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Even if they don’t officially use welfare there still other public services.
The party that gets the credit for lowering immigration will be rewarded by the voters.