Cameron tells us he still believes in Free Movement of people from the EU

Published May 29, 2015

Nigel_Twitter.jpegTalking in Berlin today the Prime Minister made it clear that he believes whole heartedly both in the European Union’s doctrine of the Free Movement of People and that Britain should remain within the European Union.

In response UKIP Leader Nigel Farage said, “What this Referendum is really about isn't the details of benefits policy, but about who governs Britain.

“David Cameron is trying to make the UK’s relationship with the European Union simply a question of migrant access to benefits. In reality this is a marginal detail of a far bigger problem, both with mass inward migration putting pressure on wages and causing huge problems in the provision of public services and housing and also in the broader sense of our relationship with an out of date, sclerotic over-regulated bloc.

“The UK would be better off out of the European Union. Better able to trade freely and fairly with the wider world, better because it could set its own rules to suit its own circumstances, better because we would be able to elect and dismiss our Government, rather than accept the governance of an unelected bureaucracy”.

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