“Wales’ newly-elected Ukip MEP says he sees no inconsistency between his party’s stance on immigration and the fact that he employed “dozens” of eastern European and Filipino workers in a care company.
It has emerged that Mr Gill, who lives in Anglesey, was a director of a number of family businesses that owned property and provided care services on contract to Hull City Council in Yorkshire.
He yesterday confirmed he had employed “dozens” of immigrants from new EU countries like Poland and others from the Philippines. He also said he had provided “bunkhouse” accommodation for employees and others who had migrated from eastern Europe.
One of Ukip’s major campaign policies at the recent election was its opposition to unlimited migration from other EU countries.”
This just confirms my suspicion that all UKIP’s scapegoating tactics are just a cover to sneak uber-Tory policies past people’s noses (i.e. dismantling the NHS, ending rights to sick/holiday/maternity pay, tax rises on the poorest 88%, education cuts to pay for aircraft carriers etc.) A.C.