Monday, 2 February 2009

Public meeting - free admission

Saturday 4th April 2009, 2.30-5.00pm
The Friends Meeting House, Large Hall, 173 Euston Road,
London NW1 28J (across the road from Euston rail station).
Admission free (Right of admission reserved)


Speakers include:

“Democracy Dying” – How Parliament & People’s Power have faded away because of the EU

FRANK KEOGHAN (Irish People’s Movement)
“The EU tramples on the democratic will of the
Irish people”

Movement for National Reformation (Nigeria) “An
unnatural union failed the nations of Nigeria and will fail in Europe”

Trade Unionists Against the EU Constitution “The right to work”

Independent member of the German Parliament
“Germany and the Lisbon Treaty”

'Free movement of labour' destroying livelihoods

‘Free movement of labour’ is one of the fundamental principles of the European Union. For this reason Britain has an ‘open door’ policy for millions of EU citizens who wish to work here.

We cannot do anything to interfere with the rights of these people to take jobs from Britons because it is EU law that they should be permitted to come here - and EU law overrides UK law.

Unscrupulous employers take advantage of this situation because it offers the chance to have cheap labour. Many large corporations and trade unions accept free migration because they have enthusiastically signed up to the ‘European project’.

Since 2004, over three quarters of a million people have come to Britain from the Continent to work. Gordon Brown’s right-hand man Peter Mandelson says this is fair enough because British people have an equivalent right to work on the Continent. But why should we give up our homes and families to find work abroad?

Gordon Brown promised ‘British jobs for British workers’. He cannot achieve this. No matter what our politicians tell us, the only way to safeguard British jobs for British workers is for the UK to leave the European Union.

Our rights as freeborn Britons cannot be secured unless and until we free Britain from the shackles of the EU. The Campaign for an Independent Britain demands a referendum on membership of the European Union so that we, the people, can decide whether or not we stay in the EU.