On online video showing a handcuffed Romanian man dancing and joking after being arrested in London has been highlighted by the Daily Express in their campaign to stem the expected flood of new EU migrants from January 1 next year.
While waiting to be put in a police car, the man dances, jokes and mocks the officer while his laughing friends play Roma music from a car stereo.
As one YouTube user commented: 1st January, the full blockbuster movie coming to you. Lmao folks as you cannot stop it because under EU rules they have the rights to stomp all over you!
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles’ plan to spend £6 million of British taxpayers money to teach foreign migrants English has been slammed by UKIP Spokesman Tim Aker.
"Why on Earth should we as taxpayers be picking up the bill to teach English to those who choose to come here? It’s an insult.
UKIP Spokesman Tim Aker has slammed another European ruling that once again demonstrates the British government's subservience to the European Courts.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the European Charter of Fundamental Rights will be enforceable in Britain. That is despite Mr Justice Mostyn, one of Britain's most senior judges, making clear that the Lisbon Treaty originally provided an opt-out for Britain.
UKIP European Election candidate Amjad Bashir has challenged David Blunkett and Jack Straw to oppose the opening of the borders to Romania and Bulgaria next year.
“If these two men are seriously appalled about the damage EU migration has had on communities in areas like Sheffield as I am, I challenge them to publicly oppose the opening of the door to Romania and Bulgaria next year.
David Blunkett's warning that an influx of Roma migrants could lead to riots in Britain should be taken very seriously, according to UKIP Leader Nigel Farage.
"Mr Blunkett should be admired for the courage he has shown by speaking so plainly on this issue. Of course the type of language he has used I would have been utterly condemned for using" he said.
Former Prime Minister Sir John Major's outburst on the lack of social mobility in the UK has completely missed the point, according to UKIP Deputy Leader Paul Nuttall.
"As a former grammar school boy himself, I find it flabbergasting that John Major can seriously slam the last Labour government for overseeing the decline of social mobility in Britain. After all, David Cameron and the Tories are as opposed to new grammar schools as Labour.
Claims from one Romanian Mayor that up to half of the people in some villages may move to Britain next year, when border restrictions are lifted, highlight the dangerous gamble that politicians will be taking next year, according to UKIP Leader Nigel Farage.
“This Russian Roulette approach to immigration is stupid and completely unnecessary. Politicians in this country continue to insist that hardly any migrants will come, we now have claims from a Mayor in Romania that half may come. It is only UKIP who are saying why take the risk?