Monday, February 26, 2007

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Hello, Elephant in the room!

Plans for a new 10,000-strong army of specially trained border police – to be funded in part by scrapping Tony Blair's £20 billion national identity card scheme – will be announced by David Cameron today.

Addressing the Metropolitan Police Service Marine Support Unit, he will say: "Right now our society is not properly defended against the drug dealers, people smugglers, gun importers and terrorists who find it all too easy to bypass the current system." Telegraph

Hello, knock knock, anyone at home in the Conservative party

The right of every European citizen to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States is enshrined in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU, adopted in December 2000. The charter also states that these rights 'may' be granted to third-country nationals.

What does the traditional right to free movement for EU citizens entail?

The right to free movement means that every EU citizen is entitled to travel freely around the Member States of the European Union, and settle anywhere within its territory. No special formalities are required to enter an EU country. This fundamental right extends to members of the EU citizen's family, and applies regardless of their situation or the reason for travel or residence.

Unless Cameron is prepared to pack his trunk and say goodbye to the EU circus, then a conservative government cant do border controls.


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