Thursday, May 30, 2013

Britain will fight EU court action over immigrant benefits....That's what they said about the European Court of human rights, their law changes, the EU budget, Terrorists....Shall I go on?

Brussels has objected to Britain's application of an extra test that has stopped some eligible migrants from EU countries getting jobless, pension and child benefits.

It is preparing to launch a case in the European Court of Justice against Britain's extra test, which has been in force since 2004.

However, Iain Duncan Smith, the Work and Pensions Secretary, is understood to be adamant that Britain will not "cave in", as he will not be "dictated to" by Brussels.