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The UK Will Begin Deporting Unemployed ‘Immigrants’

From the UK’s Daily Express:

EU migrants milking benefits will be KICKED OUT of Britain

JOBLESS EU migrants who have been claiming benefits for the past six months and show no signs of being able to find work could be forced to leave the UK from Tuesday.

By Martyn Brown | June 30, 2014

JOBLESS EU migrants claiming benefits will be booted out of Britain from tomorrow if they show no sign of finding work. Ministers say the radical measure is an attempt to give Britain the toughest controls on migrants in the world.

What hateful racist bigots the British are.

It means those who have been claiming jobseeker’s allowance for six months will have to undergo “prospect of work” interviews to determine whether they can stay in the country. Those who do not have a job offer or the imminent prospect of finding work will lose their right to reside in the UK – leaving many liable to be sent home.

Just imagine if the US would try something like this. Wouldn’t it go a long way towards solving our illegal alien problem? And how can it be wrong if our moral betters in the UK are doing it?

Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith said: “The public have sent a clear message that they are concerned that migrants should contribute to this country and not be drawn here by the attractiveness of our benefits system. Freedom of movement is not a freedom to pick and choose where to claim benefits and we will continue to work with other countries across Europe that share our concerns to ensure we protect the integrity of our benefits system.”

What a bizarre outlook. Why shouldn’t foreigners be able to collect benefits stored up by generations of hardworking UK citizens?

Under the new rules, EU nationals must wait three months before claiming jobseeker’s allowance and are entitled to it for a maximum of six months. Anyone earning £150 [$257] a week, equivalent to working 24 hours on the minimum wage, will be classed as a worker. Those earning less than that and claiming benefits will be interviewed to assess whether they have a genuine prospect of work.

If they fail, they will be classed as “marginal and ancillary” and are liable to be sent home. If language is a barrier to employment, claimants will be given six months to improve their communication skills.

The rules will also apply to the right to claim child benefit, worth £20.30 [$35] a week for the first child and £13.40 [$23] for each additional one, and child tax benefits.

Look at how measly those benefits are, at least compared to the US.

In April, new job seekers from the European Economic Area were banned from claiming housing benefits.

EU nationals who no longer have any right of residence in the UK are liable to be removed, added to a watch list and prevented from re-entering Britain for 12 months, unless they have a valid reason to be here…

The savages. Where is the outrage?

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Tuesday, July 1st, 2014. Comments are currently closed.

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