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Mr Walker-Cousins, who is quoted in this article, appears to talk a lot of sense about the migrant crisis in Libya. He identifies governmental policies that have made it worse.

 

None of the policies to which he refers have anything to do with the "happy clappy brigade" as you put it. Are we reading the same article Dave or did something go wrong with the link?

 

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One does wonder where tha are all going to go. After all Ms Merkel has changed her ideas and now wants to remove many of those she has allowed in, many eastern European countries have built fences and stated quite openly that any that do get in will be housed in 'camps'. I suspect France will try to stop them and of course even liberal Sweden wants to remove many thousands. What Britain wil do is a question as technically we are stil an EU country for the next 2 years and if they can maange to get here, will no doubt be allowed to stay. A possible routeis through Eire and over the border. maybe?

 

Of course our own dear Nicola would welcome them all with open arms but as soon as they arrive in Glasgow they catch the 1st train south as they cannot stand her either., plus they cannot eat the deep fried Mars Bars.

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Dave225 - 2017-03-31 2:29 PM

 

One does wonder where tha are all going to go. After all Ms Merkel has changed her ideas and now wants to remove many of those she has allowed in, many eastern European countries have built fences and stated quite openly that any that do get in will be housed in 'camps'. I suspect France will try to stop them and of course even liberal Sweden wants to remove many thousands. What Britain wil do is a question as technically we are stil an EU country for the next 2 years and if they can maange to get here, will no doubt be allowed to stay. A possible routeis through Eire and over the border. maybe?

 

Of course our own dear Nicola would welcome them all with open arms but as soon as they arrive in Glasgow they catch the 1st train south as they cannot stand her either., plus they cannot eat the deep fried Mars Bars.

 

What difference will being in or out of the EU make to the UK as regards economic migrants and refugees?

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Dave225 - 2017-03-31 2:29 PM

 

One does wonder where tha are all going to go. After all Ms Merkel has changed her ideas and now wants to remove many of those she has allowed in, many eastern European countries have built fences and stated quite openly that any that do get in will be housed in 'camps'. I suspect France will try to stop them and of course even liberal Sweden wants to remove many thousands. What Britain wil do is a question as technically we are stil an EU country for the next 2 years and if they can maange to get here, will no doubt be allowed to stay. A possible routeis through Eire and over the border. maybe?

 

Of course our own dear Nicola would welcome them all with open arms but as soon as they arrive in Glasgow they catch the 1st train south as they cannot stand her either., plus they cannot eat the deep fried Mars Bars.

 

What difference will being in or out of the EU make to the UK as regards economic migrants and refugees?

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Barryd999 - 2017-03-31 7:06 PM

 

Dave225 - 2017-03-31 2:29 PM

 

One does wonder where tha are all going to go. After all Ms Merkel has changed her ideas and now wants to remove many of those she has allowed in, many eastern European countries have built fences and stated quite openly that any that do get in will be housed in 'camps'. I suspect France will try to stop them and of course even liberal Sweden wants to remove many thousands. What Britain wil do is a question as technically we are stil an EU country for the next 2 years and if they can maange to get here, will no doubt be allowed to stay. A possible routeis through Eire and over the border. maybe?

 

Of course our own dear Nicola would welcome them all with open arms but as soon as they arrive in Glasgow they catch the 1st train south as they cannot stand her either., plus they cannot eat the deep fried Mars Bars.

 

What difference will being in or out of the EU make to the UK as regards economic migrants and refugees?

 

For a start we wont have to accept Mrs Merkels quota system, or the 250,000 euro fine for each one we refuse to allow in >:-) .........

 

 

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pelmetman - 2017-04-01 8:23 AM

 

Barryd999 - 2017-03-31 7:06 PM

 

Dave225 - 2017-03-31 2:29 PM

 

One does wonder where tha are all going to go. After all Ms Merkel has changed her ideas and now wants to remove many of those she has allowed in, many eastern European countries have built fences and stated quite openly that any that do get in will be housed in 'camps'. I suspect France will try to stop them and of course even liberal Sweden wants to remove many thousands. What Britain wil do is a question as technically we are stil an EU country for the next 2 years and if they can maange to get here, will no doubt be allowed to stay. A possible routeis through Eire and over the border. maybe?

 

Of course our own dear Nicola would welcome them all with open arms but as soon as they arrive in Glasgow they catch the 1st train south as they cannot stand her either., plus they cannot eat the deep fried Mars Bars.

 

What difference will being in or out of the EU make to the UK as regards economic migrants and refugees?

 

For a start we wont have to accept Mrs Merkels quota system, or the 250,000 euro fine for each one we refuse to allow in >:-) .........

 

 

Neither will anyone else. It has little chance of happening now in its current guise. Anyway I thought everyone was saying it was the UN that should decide such things. Some kind of sensible quotas is a good idea under the UN.

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Barryd999 - 2017-04-01 12:07 PM

 

pelmetman - 2017-04-01 8:23 AM

 

Barryd999 - 2017-03-31 7:06 PM

 

Dave225 - 2017-03-31 2:29 PM

 

One does wonder where tha are all going to go. After all Ms Merkel has changed her ideas and now wants to remove many of those she has allowed in, many eastern European countries have built fences and stated quite openly that any that do get in will be housed in 'camps'. I suspect France will try to stop them and of course even liberal Sweden wants to remove many thousands. What Britain wil do is a question as technically we are stil an EU country for the next 2 years and if they can maange to get here, will no doubt be allowed to stay. A possible routeis through Eire and over the border. maybe?

 

Of course our own dear Nicola would welcome them all with open arms but as soon as they arrive in Glasgow they catch the 1st train south as they cannot stand her either., plus they cannot eat the deep fried Mars Bars.

 

What difference will being in or out of the EU make to the UK as regards economic migrants and refugees?

 

For a start we wont have to accept Mrs Merkels quota system, or the 250,000 euro fine for each one we refuse to allow in >:-) .........

 

 

Neither will anyone else. It has little chance of happening now in its current guise. Anyway I thought everyone was saying it was the UN that should decide such things. Some kind of sensible quotas is a good idea under the UN.

 

After the EU have stuck tha noses into the UK/Spain Gibraltar issue and we welcome in with open arms all those Gibraltar refugees who voted to remain British before they voted in a seperate UK referendum to stay in the EU then the island will have plenty of space for Spain to do it's bit and take in the worlds chancers

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Barryd999 - 2017-04-01 12:07 PM

 

pelmetman - 2017-04-01 8:23 AM

 

Barryd999 - 2017-03-31 7:06 PM

 

Dave225 - 2017-03-31 2:29 PM

 

One does wonder where tha are all going to go. After all Ms Merkel has changed her ideas and now wants to remove many of those she has allowed in, many eastern European countries have built fences and stated quite openly that any that do get in will be housed in 'camps'. I suspect France will try to stop them and of course even liberal Sweden wants to remove many thousands. What Britain wil do is a question as technically we are stil an EU country for the next 2 years and if they can maange to get here, will no doubt be allowed to stay. A possible routeis through Eire and over the border. maybe?

 

Of course our own dear Nicola would welcome them all with open arms but as soon as they arrive in Glasgow they catch the 1st train south as they cannot stand her either., plus they cannot eat the deep fried Mars Bars.

 

What difference will being in or out of the EU make to the UK as regards economic migrants and refugees?

 

For a start we wont have to accept Mrs Merkels quota system, or the 250,000 euro fine for each one we refuse to allow in >:-) .........

 

 

Neither will anyone else. It has little chance of happening now in its current guise. Anyway I thought everyone was saying it was the UN that should decide such things. Some kind of sensible quotas is a good idea under the UN.

 

I hope it doesn't succeed in any guise :-| .........Whether EU or UN, as its just a invite for everyone who thinks Lala Land is paved with gold, which compared to where they live it probably is *-) .........

 

 

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