This week saw more terrifying growth in the number of illegal migrants flooding into our country across the English Channel.
When we voted to leave the failing European Union five years ago, there were many reasons that motivated 17.4m votes for Brexit – restoring our sovereignty, clawing back obscene pay-outs to Brussels, and speaking out for democracy.
But we also needed to control our borders after years of out of control immigration from the EU, driving down wages for ordinary workers and putting strain on our health service and schools.
Sadly, having regained control of legal immigration into the country, a surge of illegal immigration from the continent is underway – with French naval vessels shadowing boatloads of uninvited guests into British waters, where they are ferried into Dover by Britain’s so-called Border Force.
We will never stay silent on this issue. What is happening in the Channel is a complete affront to our laws and a radical threat to our national security.
We’re using our platform to give this crisis the due prominence it deserves, unlike left-leaning mainstream press outlets who would rather sweep it under the rug – or, worse yet, make excuses for those illegally entering our country.
And we won’t make excuses for the government either. We backed Boris to get into Downing Street and we’ve supported Priti Patel to be the toughest Home Secretary in living memory. Now, with the crisis in the Channel swelling to worse levels than ever, it’s time for them to deliver the goods and protect our country from this lawless inflow.
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We’ve been proud to use our platform to highlight the huge injustices presented by the hated Northern Ireland Protocol, which is undermining our United Kingdom and having unacceptable discriminatory impacts on people and businesses in Northern Ireland.
But sadly, as is so often the case, Britain has made its position clear, has made the most reasonable of demands, and the EU has arrogantly thrown it back in our face.
Despite the UK being fully justified in triggering Article 16, Lord Frost instead called for the EU to come back to the negotiating table and resolve the remaining issues through constructive talk and re-negotiation.
He wanted goods to circulate more freely in Northern Ireland, and he wanted the end to biased ECJ rule over UK-EU relations – a legal arrangement which, at present, is a complete insult to British sovereignty.
That’s what we’re dealing with. The government gave the EU a chance to behave like serious partners, and instead they’ve decided to remain stubborn and petulant.
If the EU doesn’t want to talk, re-negotiation is off the table. And that leaves us with just one alternative. Trigger Article 16 immediately, secure supply lines between Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and defend the United Kingdom from malicious EU attempts to break up the UK.
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