UKIP Warns of Risk of Turkey Joining EU

UKIP’s party political broadcast last night warned that if the UK remains in the EU, Turkey could be a member within a few years. David Cameron re-affirmed his support for Turkey joining the EU only last year:

A spokesman for the pro-EU BSE told the Guardian that UKIP was “trying to tarnish an entire nation and its people and degrading debate in this country” which was “completely beyond the pale… Whatever your view on whether Turkey should or will join the EU, this is a new low in baseless scaremongering from UKIP.” Hardly baseless, it is one of the biggest risks of remaining in an expanding, borderless EU…




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