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By admin, posted on November 6, 2012

Today’s news that the EU is set to give its own bureaucrats pay rises and tax cuts equivalent to a 9% increase in salary is further evidence that it is impossible to understand the decidedly peculiar minds at the top of the EU federalist nightmare. If I were a senior official in an organisation consisting… Read more

By admin, posted on November 5, 2012

Our new team member Glenn Coleman-Cooke writes today about the need to get the right EU referendum question: There finally seems to be some hope on the horizon for those who hope to try and stop the EU juggernaut. After years of displaying a bewildering ability to ignore what was blindingly obvious to the rest… Read more

By admin, posted on November 5, 2012

The excellent Trevor Kavanagh in today’s Sun newspaper says what we’ve always known since the Euro crisis engulfed the EU – Britain is on its way out. Millions of Brits will read this morning how we will be better off out, how the EU is headed one way and we will go in another direction…. Read more

By admin, posted on November 2, 2012

It was a coin toss between him and Nick Clegg, but Ken Clarke’s statement today that it is ‘absurd’ to cut the EU budget make him the most out-of-touch man in the country. He struts about at home talking about cuts, yet any cuts to his precious European Union aren’t even worth discussing. It is… Read more

By admin, posted on November 1, 2012

Supporter Ann Sheridan writes about a government reply to an EU referendum petition she signed recently: Several weeks ago I signed an HMG e-Petition on a referendum regarding our relationship with the EU. Recently I received a response as more than 10000 people signed the petition. Needless to say the response was the usual vacuous… Read more

By admin, posted on November 1, 2012

Yesterday parliament rose from its slumber, rolled up its sleeves and said “no more” to the European Union. By a wafer thin margin of only 13 votes, parliament last night backed a cut in the EU budget. This morning Nick Clegg says that won’t happen and the government insists it will still go for a… Read more

By admin, posted on October 31, 2012

Tonight’s debate on the EU budget will get a bit confusing. There was originally one amendment that called for a cut in the EU budget. Quite reasonably the authors Mark Pritchard and Mark Reckless noted the cuts at home and believe the EU should do the same. A majority of the Great British Public will… Read more

By admin, posted on October 30, 2012

Wednesday’s crunch vote on the EU budget will show precisely where parliament stands in relation to the EU. As we are all facing cuts, or changes in government spending depending on your perspective, we can all agree that it is not right for the government to send more to the EU. Let us remember the… Read more