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By admin, posted on December 20, 2012

It’s not that difficult to drop the odd bit of change down the sofa or leave a fiver in a trouser pocket before you put it in the washing machine. It does, however, take some damn effort to lose £1.2bn, as the EU has admitted today. Even worse, this is on their superfluous ‘aid’ programmes…. Read more

By admin, posted on December 19, 2012

The EU-enthusiasts say that if we’re not at the “heart of Europe” (yes, they do continue to confuse Europe with the EU) then business will suffer. They bleat that it causes uncertainty, that we won’t be able to go it alone, that we need to be ‘at the table’ to be influential. As British opinion… Read more

By admin, posted on December 18, 2012

For every time David Cameron has said leaving the EU is “imaginable” (once), he has said the UK should remain in the EU hundreds of times. There was, however, a bit of welcome news yesterday. A reply to a question posed by Lord Stoddart proves what we’ve been saying all along – you can have… Read more

By admin, posted on December 17, 2012

Europe is for life, not just for Christmas, so says French President Francois Hollande. It’s not just us. It’s not just the European Commission. It’s now one of the people around the negotiating table pointing out there is no possibility whatsoever of EU renegotiation. This latest intervention is crucial because President Hollande will likely veto… Read more

By admin, posted on December 13, 2012

The Daily Telegraph notes today how this week’s EU summit begins a two-year process that will create full political European Union where member states will lose their right to make their own budgets. Initially this is a plan between the Eurozone states, but it is unlikely things will stay that way. This is how the… Read more

By admin, posted on December 12, 2012

Our piece in the Sun newspaper this morning exposes the massive EU spend on its own propaganda and self-promotion. We continue to highlight these areas of EU largesse because the EU budget issue has not gone away. Failure to secure a cut is inexcusable given the way the EU wastes taxpayers’ money. But then again,… Read more

By admin, posted on December 11, 2012

It is becoming clearer that David Cameron will use his energies – and perhaps the remainder of his term – campaigning to keep the UK in the EU. We bitterly oppose his comments that the heart of Britain lies in the EU in the Daily Express today. The horse has form. The Prime Minister went… Read more

By admin, posted on December 7, 2012

Switzerland has been a modern day success story. Of course this is not what the EU enthusiasts said when the Swiss narrowly rejected membership of the European Economic Area, which would have been one foot into the EU for the central European country. Oh how they were wrong. The BBC report on Switzerland says that… Read more