New information that has emerged about a possible Brexit transition deal indicates that up to one million new EU migrants could obtain permanent residency in the United Kingdom after Brexit in March 2019.
It is widely thought that EU negotiators are going to push for a transition period arrangement where the deadline to apply for permanent residency in the UK will be extended until 2021 – two years after the country has officially left the European Union.
According to a report in The Sun:
UP to a million new EU migrants could still get permanent residency rights here after Brexit.
They would qualify if Theresa May accepts the EU’s fresh conditions for a transition period deal, a report warns.
New Brussels demands call for post—Brexit arrivals up to 2021 to be given the option.
Leaving our borders open an extra two years could trigger a rush of half a million EU nationals a year, Migration Watch UK claims.
Its forecast is based on the amount who have applied for National Insurance numbers.
Not all of them try for permanent residency as EU rules allow them to come and go.
However, the think tank says: “A larger proportion of them might well stay on if the prize was a right to permanent settlement in the UK.”
The plans contradict No 10’s aim to end the rights on Brexit Day, March 29 next year. Migration Watch UK head Lord Green said: “This EU demand is absolutely absurd. We will have left the EU.”
Surely if this happens it will be yet another indication that our Prime Minister Theresa May has become more like the ‘Theresa The Appeaser’ character that is being portrayed in the media.
Nigel Farage SLAMS disastrous migrant deal with just one tweet
Nigel Farage has vented his anger at the government’s latest deal with France.
The UK government is set to pay a further £45 million to France in order to stop illegal migrants making their way to the UK, while at the same time, accepting more migrants.
It seems that France is not deporting these people on purpose, for them, it’s a money-making scheme.
Mr Farage tweeted: “Why are we paying @EmmanuelMacron £45m and taking more migrants at the same time? That’s not a deal – it’s a humiliating capitulation by @theresa_may. #FarageOnLBC”
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) January 18, 2018
Talking on his LBC show he said: “We’re going to pay £45 million to stop migrants coming in, but we’re also going to take migrants, in particular, child migrants or families that have children or pretty much anyone who can prove that they have a family connection in the United Kingdom.”
“I do wonder, why on earth would we pay all this money if we were to allow more people to come in, doesn’t that just encourage more people to come to Calais?”
Prime Minister Theresa May has announced the UK will give France £44.5m for border security measures
— Sky News Newsdesk (@SkyNewsBreak) January 18, 2018
This is how many attempts Calais migrants made to reach the UK in ONE YEAR
The number of attempt Calais migrants made to get into the UK has been revealed
The migrant Jungle has recently been dismantled, however, around 1,000 migrants still live there.
Migrant attempted to enter the UK over 18,000 times in a single year.
“An estimated 600 people, mainly from sub-Saharan Africa and Afghanistan, have returned to Calais but a further 400, mostly from Iraqi Kurdistan, are sleeping in woods in Grande-Synthe – 25 miles to the east.
So far this year, the groups have made 17,867 attempts to get into the ferry port at Calais or into Eurotunnel’s site, according to French police.
But officials are unsure how many may have made it across the Channel to England – although migrants say the success rate is low.
Their new found presence in Calais has revived a crisis that many both in France and the UK thought had been solved.”
I am sure you will all agree with me that Europe NEEDS to take a stronger stand against the thousands of migrants invading the continent.
If they are asylum seekers they must seek refuge in the first safe country they enter. Not pick and choose.
The people in the Calais Jungle should not even be in France, I cannot understand why the French government will not deport them.
Trump recently revealed the USA’s new ‘merit based’ immigration system which will favour skilled workers who are financially stable.
Surely we should have something similar?
I think most of Europe should have something similar.
Angela Merkle destroyed Europe when she invited millions of migrant to come to Europe with open arms.
What a brilliant idea (Do you sense the sarcasm?)