Friday, 18 December 2009
LABOUR'S NEW IMMIGRATION POLICY IN TATTERS!
Labour's £1.2billion 'electronic borders' scheme to protect Britain from illegal immigrants and terrorists descended into a shambles last night.
The project's success depends on logging every passenger movement in and out of the UK so police, border guards and the security service know who is here. But, in order for the scheme to be ruled legal by EU bureaucrats, the Government has been forced to make a raft of concessions to Brussels.
Concessions to the EU to allow Labour's 'electronic borders' scheme mean EU citizens can still enter the country even if they refuse to hand over their personal details in advance. These include EU citizens and their relatives - regardless of nationality - being allowed to enter the UK even if they refuse to hand over their personal details in advance. Effectively, the crucial compulsory element of the eborders scheme has been stripped away for millions of people.
Isn't it wonderful to watch the way the LISBON TREATY is creeping into BRITISH LAW at all levels. It's just starting to snarl, it's a long way away from biting yet. GET US OUT SOMEONE, PLEASE?