Ed Sillyband’s head is back to front on EU
Labour leader Ed Miliband wrote an extremely flawed article in the Financial Times on how the EU needs to be reformed from the inside. However, any attempt at such reform has so far failed: we have been clearly told by every EU official they will not allow any substantial renegotiations.
The rise and rise of Euroscepticism
Get Britain Out is continually trying to draw the public’s attention to the inherently flawed EU. The rise of Euroscepticism is clearly evident in the increasing coverage of the European Union in the media. This is surely a good thing, not least because the Great British Public are finally becoming aware of the day to day interference of the EU… Read more
Vince Cable: Out of touch with reality
I’ve never thought of Vince Cable as a radical. Yet the Business Secretary has proved quite unmanageable of late. He must be the only politician who thinks an influx of 212,000 mostly jobless EU immigrants is somehow a good thing for Britain.
Lady in blue gives Cameron the blues
Angela Merkel’s controversial visit to London yesterday has caused anger and dismay after she flatly refused to listen to the Great British Public’s demands and concerns on Europe.
EU adds insult to injury for British car industry
The EU has given the environmentalists something to celebrate yesterday (25 February). In the European Parliament, MEPs have passed wildly ambitious car emission targets which will hamper British car manufacturers.
Hot air from the European Commission on air pollution
The school bully decided to wear green this week, as it was revealed that the European Commission has had the audacity to start legal proceedings against the UK over what it regards as excessive levels of air pollution.
UK Government is powerless to control immigration
The sorry story of unrestricted migration from mainland Europe to Britain has opened another chapter, after the latest statistics from Eurostat – the EU’s statistic stooges – revealed that the UK has been by far the hardest hit country in Europe in terms of immigration.
Barroso angers Scotland over EU membership
The outgoing President of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, angered Scottish voters by suggesting Scotland’s chances of becoming a member of the European Union are close to zero.