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Black Friday for Cameron

Black Friday for Cameron

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Commenting on Cameron’s speech today, Paul Nuttall, UKIP’s deputy leader said, “With his back increasingly being pushed against the wall he is prepared to promise the voters anything to keep his job.

“All these pledges, and we know how good he is at keeping them, depend on the Conservatives being in power after the General Election which is as certain as snow at Christmas.

“He and his frightened Tory chums have seen how UKIP’s policies, particularly on immigration, have resonated with the public and he’s trying to sound tough.

“But let’s not forget that in 2010 the Tories promised to take net migration back to tens of thousands a year. After becoming Prime Minister he repeated the pledge the next year and added, ‘No ifs. No buts. That’s a promise we made to the British people.’

“The reality is they have been steadily rising and the latest figures show the number of people arriving in the UK in the year to June 2014 hit 583,000, with almost two thirds of them from the EU,” said Mr Nuttall.

“Meanwhile the huge influx of migrants into our already overcrowded land is leading to wage compression affecting millions of hard working people resident here. While cutting benefits will save some tax for the middle class it will not help the working class.

“As always Cameron thinks his latest rhetoric will fool people into trusting him but the public are not stupid. They know Brussels is not interested in negotiating with us and holds all the cards. Cameron can huff and puff all his wants but he still does not want us to leave the EU.

“It’s ‘Black Friday’ for shoppers, I think it’s ‘Black Friday’ for Cameron in terms of his future.”

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3 comments

  1. He is finished career over, the Tories will need years to recoup over this administration …and it was not theirs, Lib’s will not see power again for another 65 years.Read More……

  2. So this black Friday will this help the economy with the rush .? or am I being thick here?

  3. All the fighting in Tesco was caused because the people thought that Cameron was selling discount peerages.

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