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UK ‘Blackmailed’ by Turkey? £2 BILLION demand – Gates open

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Tom Culshaw
Written by Tom Culshaw
European leaders signed off the huge  payout and agreed to allow visa-free travel for Turkey’s 75million citizens into the EU as part of a package of reforms to placate the country’s president.Turkey said it needed the money to help it stem plug a hole in the border, that is seeing so many migrants flood into the EU.

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (L) and European Council President Donald Tusk attend a news conference after a EU-Turkey summit in Brussels, Belgium November 29, 2015. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (L) and European Council President Donald Tusk attend a news conference after a EU-Turkey summit in Brussels, Belgium November 29, 2015. REUTERS/Yves Herman

But rather that it being a one-off transaction, it has now come to light that president Recep Erdogan wants the EU to fork out the same amount EVERY YEAR.
In return for his country will try to keep millions of migrants at bay.
But despite the huge amount of cash being lavished on his country Turkish prime minister Ahmet Davutoglu said the number of migrants entering Europe is unlikely to decline. 

Britain alone will stump up £260million towards the ‘first’ contributions of cash. A sum that is likely to sting tax payers once again.

UKIP leader Nigel Farage raged: “By demanding more money and threatening to flood the EU with more migrants, Erdogan is trying to hold us to ransom.

“Britain shouldn’t pay this wannabe Islamist dictator a penny but instead take back control of our own borders by leaving the EU. I am increasingly suspicious of Turkish motivation in many areas and don’t wish to be involved in a political union of which Turkey will become a member.”

 

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