Fast Forward! : Brokenshire says no to illegal migrant labour

Brokenshire says no to illegal migrant labour

Immigration minister James Brokenshire is a man with a plan. He wants to stop employers getting away with using illegal migrant labour. This notably follows the tough stance the government has recently taken on landlords who rent to illegal immigrants.


Borkenshire has told the Times that “Employers who are prepared to cheat employment rules are also likely to breach health and safety rules and pay insufficient tax. That’s why our new approach will be to use the full force of government machinery to hit them from all angles.” 

The plans will include several hundred more raids by enforcement teams across the country upon all three sectors of the economy. The new Immigration Bill in the autumn will cover in more depth the tougher measures. The BBC’s Robin Brant says that this announcement is related to the Calais migrant crisis as the government wants to be seen ‘as trying its best.’ Can’t wait to see the real meat behind these words …



CWF Leadership Academy Triumph in Margate – This weekend saw the triumph of Conservative Way Forward's first ever Training Academy in Margate. The event focuses on training the activists of today to be the leaders of tomorrow in the Conservative movement. It was a lot of fun ...



Tweet – Make sure you tweet in support of Australia’s brilliant Liberal PM Tony Abbott. The hashtag #TonyAbbottAsAMovie is trending. Make sure you stand with our Australian allies who are blessed with many great attributes, even if cricket isn’t one of them. This is what CWF had to say …



1)      Paul Abbott: Scrap VoteSource. Empower the digital team. Sync databases. How to maximise CCHQ’s use of IT – Conservative Home

2)      Blue-blooded Tories must go blue collar – The Sun

3)      Advice for speechwriters: say nothing, very well – The Spectator

4)      Chancellor George Osborne faces backbench revolt over cuts to tax credits – City A.M.

5)      Revealed: What MPs are reading on their summer holidays - and what it tells us – The Daily Telegraph



On this day, 10th August, in 1675 the first founding stone for the Royal Greenwich Observatory was laid. From this place Britain looked to the stars and were able to conquer the sea. No wonder time is set by the Greenwich observatory. Yes you read that right, the British invented time … What more can this great nation of ours do in future years?