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By admin, posted on November 19, 2012

David Cameron’s dithering over an EU referendum gave the Labour leader a superb opportunity to outflank him by promising one himself, decisively setting himself apart from his predecessors and re-establishing Labour as a party more interested in the views of the working man than of the metropolitan political class. All too predictably however Ed Miliband… Read more

By admin, posted on November 15, 2012

We’ve had a major success here at Get Britain Out today with our first Daily Express front page! We were able to draw attention to the fact that the EU seems to think that the Euro crisis will be helped by not only mass immigration, but by “social security co-ordination”, that is to say giving… Read more

By admin, posted on November 14, 2012

The EU is a master of spin. On the day it announces plans to force through a 40% quota of women in EU boardrooms, we should look more closely at what the EU is planning and how it is hitting the lives of millions of British women. This morning’s Daily Express reveals how EU gender… Read more

By admin, posted on November 13, 2012

Over at Conservative Home, we have an article today explaining that EU withdrawal is on the agenda. Go there to read the full piece and feel free to leave a supportive comment or share the article with your contacts. In other news, the EU Commission isn’t helping its cause by calling for an end to… Read more

By admin, posted on November 12, 2012

A new film is out highlighting the devastating impact that diktats from Brussels have had on our ability to produce our own energy in a cost efficient way. It also exposes the devastating knock on impact that these policies are soon to have on the environment in the south west. Lost horizons, by Steve Crowther… Read more

By admin, posted on November 9, 2012

The Independent reports this morning that David Cameron is to spend the next fortnight seeking alliances in the EU for a ‘real terms freeze’ on the EU budget. Yet a report in the Sun this morning discloses that German Chancellor Angela Merkel demands an extra £400m from British taxpayers to the EU Budget. We don’t… Read more

By admin, posted on November 8, 2012

When most of us are deciding what to spend on something, we tend do so on the basis of what we can afford, as well as whether what we’re shelling out for offers good value. What we tend not to do is pluck a percentage out of the air and decide to spend that proportion… Read more

By admin, posted on November 8, 2012

Supporter Gary Robinson begins a series of blogs on whether the EU has a purpose in the modern world. He begins by looking at the aims of the EU and international affairs. In order to assess whether the European Union serves a purpose, I began to seek out its objectives – a search that led… Read more