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Ukip MEP blasts EU for helping refugees while grass left uncut in Essex. A Ukip MEP has criticised the European Union for proposing to give money to refugees at the same time as grass verges are being left uncut in Essex. Appearing at a packed anti-EU rally with the party’s leader, Nigel Farage.
Tim Aker, the party’s former head of policy, was speaking during a debate on whether the UK should accept more people seeking asylum, and said signs welcoming refugees made him angry because there were no signs welcoming servicemen and pensioners. He claimed Labour wanted to accept so many refugees that it would make it more difficult to see a GP, push up house prices, increase class sizes for children and lengthen waiting lists for council housing. When asked by a member of the audience, Angela from Tilbury, why the grass verges were not being cut and the streets were not cleaner in her area, Aker said: “I just think the question with that is why are we sending so much to the EU that we have to ask these questions. “I mean, when you pay your taxes and you work hard and all sorts, do you pay it for Angela Merkel to throw at the European Union and even today we voted to stop the fact that the European Union is going to resettle these refugees. “€6,000 a pop. Where do you think that’s coming from? And this is all money.
We’re told there is austerity and we’re told there’s a crisis and so on. The amount of people I speak to who are having to use food banks who are not getting the services they pay for and they expect. “I tell you what, complain to Mr Cameron.
Complain to Mrs Merkel because it’s their priorities that they would rather we were spending more money, more money to the European Union that means we have to answer these questions and the fact is you can actually start spending the money here by saying no the European Union. “We want to leave and actually put our money to this country and our people where it’s meant to go in the first place. Earlier, while introducing Farage to the stage, Aker said he was “sickened” by the failure of the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn.
to sing the national anthem but the sight of people holding up signs for refugees was worse. “There is something that angered me more than all this about Jeremy Corbyn and the national anthem – it’s all these banners saying ‘refugees welcome’, ‘refugees welcome’, ‘refugees welcome’. All these people are willing to throw open our doors ever more and ever wider. I’ve got one question to ask them: where were your signs for servicemen welcome, for pensioners welcome – people who go week after week without seeing someone, that finest generation? Where was your sign then. “Why have we got people who are willing to say throw open our doors, throw open everything? We’ve got 6,500 people, people with hopes, aspirations, dreams, waiting for council accommodation in Thurrock. What right does anyone have to say they should wait so that people who threw their passport into the Mediterranean should come over here and get a house before they do?”.
Aker, Ukip’s parliamentary candidate for Thurrock who lost by 800 votes at the general election, went on to say his party’s campaign to leave the EU was “about love”, but it meant controlling the UK’s borders. Speaking about an EU parliament vote to allocate Syrian refugees in Hungary, Italy and Greece across member states, he said: “When we were coming back, I was reminded of the Labour MP that said 20,000 wasn’t enough, 30,000 wasn’t enough, that we should reach saturation point until we take enough refugees so that you all have to wait longer for a GP appointment, where you all have to have children and grandchildren in classes that are bursting at the seams, where you all have to pay more for property prices.
Is that the Labour party that you want? I tell you what, that Labour party is finished. Farage took a different tone on refugees, saying he thought people being persecuted should be accepted by the UK. But he said there needed to be greater vetting of refugees to make sure jihadis were not in their midst and, like the government, he was opposing the EU’s proposals to allocate refugees among member states. The Ukip leader said: “The EU’s definition is basically anyone who comes from a poor country or a country that has got problems, civil war or whatever it is, can stay. We need to go back to the original definition of what a refugee is.
I would suggest we need to add to that whatever vetting we can do to try to find out and weed out anybody that has been involved with jihadist extremism. That is our number one priority. Helping other people is fine but protecting our country is even more important. Farage was among the first politicians to say the UK should take more refugees in 2013, especially Christians fleeing persecution.
However, he has also argued that many people claiming to be refugees are really economic migrants or jihadis. Before the election, he warned that 500,000 Islamist extremists could enter Europe via boats across the Mediterranean. Richard Howitt, a Labour MEP in the same region, said Aker’s comments. were an example of “deranged thinking”.
“After the Ukip leader claimed traffic congestion on the M4 was caused by refugees, now we have one of their MEPs in his presence making the equally absurd claim that refugees cause long grass,” he said. “Such an unsavoury statement shows the deranged thinking which characterises the minds of Ukip politicians. Compared to the warm-hearted and generous response from many in Essex who are open to receiving more refugees and who are fundraising to provide more assistance to them, Ukip is only showing it is badly out of step with current public opinion. “As Thurrock councillor Mr Aker should also accept responsibility for services provided in his own council but, as ever, Ukip only want to blame others. The Ukip MEP says servicemen are welcome but not refugees – the difference is that Labour says both.