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By admin, posted on April 26, 2013

The latest Eurobarometer poll shows the EU to be more unpopular than ever. A whopping 69% of Brits do not approve and it gets even higher in Spain, where disapproval has soared to 73%. It just shows that discontent with the EU is now crossing borders. We aren’t the only ones suffering – Spain is… Read more

By admin, posted on April 23, 2013

In March, 2011, M.E.P.s overwhelmingly voted in favour of trying to stop the scandal of the €150 million that are thrown away moving the 736 MEPs, their 3,000 staff and the vital 3,500 movable cabinets from Brussels to Strasbourg and back every month for a four day voting session. A study by the University of… Read more

By admin, posted on April 22, 2013

Today the EU formally proposes Serbia’s accession to the European Union. We say, no. Well, not while the UK is a member of the European Union. This is yet another poor Eastern European nation of over 7 million people and GDP per capita around a mere $10,000. They have much to gain from EU membership…. Read more

By admin, posted on April 18, 2013

One of the stories leaked out yesterday revealed that the EU wants even more money from us. This week MEPs warned the government that the UK must stump up an extra £2 billion to plug the holes in the EU budgets. With almost perfect timing, the Daily Express reports today that the EU has lost… Read more

By admin, posted on April 15, 2013

Nigel Farage recently called on the public to get their cash out of Eurozone based banks. Now those with property in the EU might wish to think along the same lines. The raiding of Cypriot bank accounts as part of a bailout package created a sinister precedent. The EU will do whatever it can to… Read more

By admin, posted on April 11, 2013

The EU recently mused that it might run out of money. How sad. Don’t pop the champagne corks just yet. The EU loves a crisis. They use a crisis as an opportunity to grab more power and inch forward a bit more to ever closer union. The options are there for the EU. They could… Read more

By admin, posted on April 10, 2013

New EU rules will make it far harder for UK companies to hand out final salary pensions. The Telegraph reports: The EU body that regulates occupational pensions estimated that the deficit in the UK’s defined benefit pension schemes would £450bn if the new rules, called “Solvency II”, were introduced. The deficit currently stands at £237bn,… Read more

By admin, posted on April 9, 2013

Actions speak louder than words. We’ve seen how the elected governments of Greece, and now Cyprus, have had little to no say in their austerity and bailout packages. The Euro has superseded the democratic process in Greece, Italy and Cyprus. Today we have former Chancellor Helmut Kohl admitting that he could never have won a… Read more