Posted: 11/04/2016 at 19:21
When I was in St Lucia, most of the other holidaymakers were either canadian or american. One canadian had a daughter at a university in Holland. Her daughter and other female students have been sexually assaulted by a group of male asylum seekers/refugees who are billeted next to the university accomodation. They have reported this to police, who will only record it as an assault by a male, with total disregard for ethnic origin. The female students are so upset by this refusal to deal with the issue, that they are thinking of leaving part way through the course and returning home.
Punkdoc, please remember the Rotherham and Derby grooming and rape cases, that the powers that be turned a blind eye to , because it was not p.c. to state they were asian men.
We may not be part of Schengen,but basically anybody with an eec passport can walk straight in, proceed to the nearest benefit office and start claiming. If we had a points system for jobs, and allowed in workers that we need, then I would believe we had control of our borders.
Angela Merkel invites in the hordes, grants them asylum status and an eec passport , and they are on the next ryanair flight over. I saw this in Aarhus airport last year. Denmark halved benefits for non nationals the week we were there. Guess how many were queueing up with their brand new passports , all their worldly goods, and walked straight through security, and straight in to Luton.? Not my idea of border control.
We would have to have travel insurance for medical claims in the EEC. Does anybody rely on reciprocal agreement for this.? I would certainly never travel without medical insurance for any unforeseen eventualities.