EU wants control of OUR welfare state: Brussels’ secret plan REVEALED

While David Cameron claims that the concessions he negotiated would make Britain exempt from any further Brussels centralisation, opponents have pointed out that if a British government signs up to a new “social union” then Britain would be stuck with it. 

Yesterday Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn made it clear he and his party wanted a social union with the EU. 

He said: “We want people to vote to remain in the EU so that we can develop a social Europe.” 

In her speech last month, Ms Thyssen, the Belgian Commissioner in charge of social affairs, discussed a consultation on a “social union” which will be open until the end of the year, describing it as vital “for Europe to be successful in the future and, equally important, to remain credible for European citizens”. 

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