McNarry says UKIP’s message to the Chancellor is to start looking after our own people, not the EU and overseas aid beneficiaries
UKIP’s NI Leader also made it clear that Stormont must sort out welfare mess in new national climate.
“Chancellor Osborne’s attack on the working poor means there will be more non-working rich and more work-shy professional dodgers. UKIP demand a better approach in our dealings with the Chancellor over his Budget not a Sinn Fein engineered dog-fight,” says McNarry in response to the Tory Budget.
“UKIPs message to people is that Northern Ireland faces an economic meltdown if our five party Stormont Executive freaks itself into a confrontational frenzy, setting it apart from the rest of the UK, over George Osborne’s Budget. If Martin McGuinness forces division lurching, into a Stormont crash, he and his party must be isolated. UKIP would call his resignation bluff. If he won’t climb down from his high horse over Welfare, then London must be told to take charge of our Welfare & Benefit responsibilities. Something like ‘take that and put it in your pipe Martin’ has to be the way to deal with this economic usurper!”
“The Northern Ireland public deserve, and UKIP demand, a mature, rational approach to these latest Tory impacts on an already hard-hit on society. UKIP are willing to engage with all parties over the summer in working out an agreed format with the Government to end and put to bed once and for all these futile attempts at economic suicide with the Tories and Sinn Fein as bad as each other. Its, work it out, agree and get on with it or bury it, pull down the shutters and let direct rule kick in. It will be too late then to cry over making a big mistake.”
The Strangford MLA added that Osborne has missed the boat by not taking the opportunity to reduce our EU contributions and overseas aid:
“How can he stack up caring the less well off in his own country and, at the same time, authorise the spending of billions propping up overseas aid and subsidising the EU. UKIP is speaking up for our own people who will recoil from the Chancellor’s willingness to hit British people while looking after everyone else’s poor. UKIPs message to the Chancellor is to start looking after our own people, not the EU and overseas aid beneficiaries.”