Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Outspoken Euro MP launches her latest Billboard Campaign

Outspoken Euro MP Nikki Sinclaire will tomorrow launch her latest billboard campaign, "Tell Europe where to go - We're Full"

Nikki, who is seeking re-election as the We Demand a Referendum Now MEP for the West Midlands, is keen to start the debate on EU membership and immigration is a key part of this discussion.

Latest opinion polls show that 51% of people want to control immigration, and 48% of people believe that immigration is one of the disadvantages of EU membership. 

Migration Watch say that EU immigration is about the outstrip non-EU immigration for the first time ever. 

The boards, which will appear all over the West Midlands Euro region, focus on the issue of EU immigration. While members of the European Union, any member of a EU country is free to live and work in the UK without restriction.

Nikki Sinclaire MEP said,

"David Cameron talks about renegotiation with the EU. Free movement of people is one of the key principles of EU membership, and this cannot be renegotiated. Yet, opinion poll after opinion poll shows that the issue of immigration is at the forefront of people's minds.

Similarly, opinion polls show that more people than ever want an EU referendum.

The issue of immigration is something that can't be renegotiated, and this is why we should have an In or Out referendum Now"

MEP Nikki, who was elected in 2009, is seeking a second term to ensure that a promised referendum on our EU membership happens. In 2011 she caused a backbench rebellion when her Campaign for a Referendum petition collected 100,000 signatures in support of a referendum, and Cameron has been forced to discuss the issue of Europe ever since.

Voters in the West Midlands will go to the ballot boxes on Thursday May 22nd

Nikki added,

"Independent source MEPranking.eu scores me as the hardest working MEP in the region on Parliamentary work alone. I've never been afraid of the big issues and I've provided strong representation for the West Midlands region. 

Immigration is an issue I won't shy away on, and I shall continue to fight for the people of the West Midlands to have their say on EU membership".