Anti-immigration group Identity Ireland is urging people to mark Margaret Thatcher’s ‘Brexit speech’ in Bruges 31 years ago this month, by reminding an “economic refugee”, just who calls the shots in this country.
After all, they point out, it’s what Margaret would have wanted!
The group have announced a short story competition to be held this month for the best entry about the humbling of one of our ‘lorry-jumpers’ who are all living it up in mansions provided by our welfare system – free of charge! – while they laugh at the poor Irish families who’ve caught measles and ebola off them.
The winner of the third prize will get a good whipping.
Winner of the second prize will get to give the winner of the third prize a good whipping.
And the winner of the first prize will receive a magnificent blue chiffon scarf once worn by Margaret, while whipping herself into a lather over the 1981 hunger strike.