UKIP to obstruct European employment laws

EU
employment legislation could face delays and obstruction after Robert
Kilroy-Silk and other newly-elected UKIP MEPs promised to challenge new
European laws.

Kilroy-Silk,
the party’s new MEP for the East Midlands, was quoted in the Evening Standard
as saying he wanted to ‘wreck’ the European parliament.

"Our
job is to go there and say: ‘Look, this is what they do, this is how they waste
your money, this is how they spend it, this is how it gets corrupted, this is
how they go on the gravy-train and spend their time in restaurants and the rest
of it. That’s what we are there to do – to expose the whole edifice."

The
UKIP won 12 seats in last week’s Euro elections.

By Quentin Reade

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