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By Get Britain Out, posted on September 30, 2015

This article was cross-posted in Breitbart London The lifeblood of any economy are the small to medium sized enterprises (SME’s) spurred on by entrepreneurship and the drive for profit. So why does the EU raise barriers to entry for our small businesses struggling to get a foothold?

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By Get Britain Out, posted on September 24, 2015

John Redwood’s latest blog discussed the EU’s latest response to the migrant crisis “The debates this week in the EU have mainly centred over allocating 120,000 migrants to all the countries in the EU save the UK. This has been a futile debate. It is quite clear far more than 120,000 people are bursting through the… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on September 16, 2015

John Redwood’s latest blog says EU costs would be reinvested back into the British economy after Brexit “The UK will be more prosperous, more democratic and more influential by leaving the EU – or by accepting a fundamental change to our relationship which takes us out of the centralising treaties. Leaving will be better for people…. Read more

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By admin, posted on September 11, 2015

Our campaign to Get Britain Out has revealed to the Daily Express Brussels politicians want schoolboys to learn about vacuum cleaning and dusting as part of a drive against “sexist” education. Textbooks that reinforce old-fashioned stereotypes about male and female roles would also be banned under a package backed in the European Parliament. Jayne Adye, director of cross… Read more

TORQUAY, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 28:  Roger Helmer MEP and UKIP Energy and Industry spokesman speaks at the UKIP 2014 Spring Conference at the Riviera International on February 28, 2014 in Torquay, England. Ukip announced last week that the MEP Roger Helmer, who is currently at the centre of a homophobia row, will contest the Newark parliamentary by-election in a bid to become the partys first ever MP.  (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
By Get Britain Out, posted on September 10, 2015

Renegotiation?  What renegotiation? There are now regular stories emerging of splits in the cabinet over David Cameron’s “renegotiation”.  UKIP raised concerns over his paucity of ambition long ago.  Now Tory back-benchers — and apparently some Tory Cabinet Ministers — are starting to see the light. What has he asked for?  Slightly less favourable welfare terms… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on September 9, 2015

Conservative blogger Robert Barnes contributes another article for Get Britain Out:  The ongoing migrant crisis has demonstrated just how powerless Britain is when it comes to renegotiating any significant change from the other member states. We have seen the unedifying site of Chancellor Angela Merkel using political blackmail. Merkel has said Germany would not support… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on September 8, 2015

John Redwood’s latest blog discusses Nissan’s recent announcement and EU membership. Last week Nissan made a most welcome announcement. They said the new Juke car will be made in the UK, with a £100 million investment in their Sunderland factory assuring its jobs and success through into the next decade. When asked by the BBC,… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on September 8, 2015

Europe’s borders have all but collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU.