Saturday, 24 November 2012


Antwerp Belgium

JOBLESS foreigners are being forcibly ejected from Belgium.(Ex).JOBLESS foreigners are being forcibly ejected from Belgium following a public outcry at a massive surge in immigration, it was revealed yesterday. Belgian authorities have introduced a law allowing the withdrawal of residency rights from any newcomers remaining unemployed for six months after arriving in the country. The crackdown is being seen as a huge turnaround for the country that is home to many EU institutions and was previously seen as one of the most welcoming nations in Europe for migrants.
Euro MP Derek Clark, the Ukip employment spokesman, said: “Amazingly the Belgians seem to have a better idea as to their own interests than we do. If they can do it to protect their taxpayers and welfare system, then why on earth can’t we?” 
Many of the migrants being turfed out of Belgium are thought to have moved there from Spain in response to the worsening Spanish recession. Some are understood to have originally migrated to Spain from Latin America.
Read the full story here.

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