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Brit Immigrants banned from welfare benefits in Ireland
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This has to be the headlines soon,
Immigrants banned from welfare benefits in Ireland
Otherwise Ireland is going to be overwhelmed. by hoards of lazy welfare scamming sponging slobs from the disunited kingdom.
The lazy and obese and thug lifes are having their benefits slashed by Theresa may, so they will be looking to exploit somewhere else to fund their brit slob lifestyles on the backs of others.
Contrary to the media suggest in uk it is the Brits who are among the worst in Europe for welfare sponging.
Ireland should ban any new brit coming to Ireland from collecting any easy welfare (maybe they have already started from what I hear) and investigate all recent immigrant brits (since 2010) without Irish family links.
That will soon encourage all the lazy shytes back to blighty
OK, OK, I know Ireland is already overwhelmed by Eastern Europeans and Nigerian economic immigrants, oh and those 'Asian foreign language students', more commonly known as economic immigrants chancing it in a country naï¿½ve enough to allow these all too often fraud schools.
Chancers mainly from India and Pakistan who are coming to work part time, take any job until citizenship and benefits bonanza.
Just saying matters are bound to get even worse if Ireland does not act, if you can imagine it being worse!
Britain banned the scrounger immigrant opportunists from April.
Germany is planning to send home foreign nationals who are unemployed for more than 6 months.
Ireland had best act fast.
Not sure who originally quoted this, because it is already in a quote, but this will be true again!
Expect the middle class liberal loveys to start crying of civil rights.
Expect it most from the sort of liberal middle class loveys who are not directly effected by cheap labor, and especially loud complaints from those who financially benefit from cheap labour.
The sort of hypocrites who say nothing about the Irish youngsters forced to leave their own land, because for every job opportunity, there are 10 foreign economic migrants (many if not most unskilled) here lining up for any rate of pay, because the chancers know they have zero risk when compared to their own land .
Unlike their own so called great countries, The Irish state (Irish people) will insanely cover them
Immigrants to be banned from claiming housing benefits, ministers say
Jobless immigrants will be denied housing benefits in a move to stop people getting ï¿½something for nothingï¿½.
By: Jane Mathews
Published: Mon, January 20, 2014
Theresa May has announced new restrictions on immigrants claiming benefits Theresa May has announced new restrictions on immigrants claiming benefits [GETTY]
Home Secretary Theresa May and Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith said the measure would apply from April as they delivered a strongly-worded attack on Labour's "shameful" record on the issue.
The move to stop access to housing benefit follows legislation rushed through Parliament to prevent migrants from claiming out-of-work benefits until they have been in the country for three months.
In a letter to the press, the Cabinet ministers said: "No longer can people come here from abroad and expect to get something for nothing."
They said immigration had made a "tremendously rich contribution to our country, both culturally and in terms of the talent it brings - but it must be controlled".
The letter continued: "So we have tightened up the system ... And the latest figures show our reforms are working.
"For those migrants who do come here, we're ensuring they are unable to take unfair advantage of our system by accessing benefits as soon as they arrive.
"For example, we introduced rules so that from January 1 this year we are banning individuals from receiving out-of-work benefits until they have been living in the UK for three months.
"And we will go still further: from the beginning of April we will be removing entitlement to housing benefit altogether for this group.
"In addition, EU migrants can only claim jobseeker's allowance for six months unless they have genuine prospects of finding work."
Iain Duncan Smith said the move stopped people taking 'unfair advantage' of the system [PA]
These new immigration and benefit checks will clamp down on those trying to exploit the system
Theresa May and Iain Duncan Smith
They added: "These new immigration and benefit checks will clamp down on those trying to exploit the system.
"We can ensure that Britain's growing economy and dynamic jobs market deliver for those who work hard and play by the rules."
Accusing Labour of a "shameful betrayal" of British workers, they highlighted figures showing the number of Britons in jobs fell by 413,000 between 2005 and 2010, while the number of working foreigners increased by 736,000.
"For years Labour presided over a labour market where the number of foreign people in jobs rocketed to record levels - while thousands of British workers were left on the sidelines, facing the prospect of long-term unemployment," they said.
But they said measures taken by the Government had "reversed the damaging trend" and of the rise in employment over the past year, over 90 per cent of the new jobs went to UK nationals.
Appearing on Daybreak this morning, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said he agreed with the new restrictions.
He said: "This is something that we have agreed across the Government.
"I think it is right to say to people who are coming here to look for work from elsewhere in the European Union 'You have a right to look for work but you don't have a right to claim benefits, no questions asked, no strings attached, from day one'."
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