Ambulances for Weary MEPs
Brussels, in its latest Monty Python-esque stunt, wants ambulances to be available for stressed out MEPs. Outside the EU headquarters will be a full functional, £200,000 ambulance – which will be funded by, you guessed it, the taxpayers! Not only are Brits disconnected and remote from MEPs (a point which even Nick Clegg recently admitted)… Read more
Immigration Figures Cannot be Trusted
Uncontrolled mass immigration remains a growing problem in Britain. A recent article in the Daily Mail reveals that the current rates of migration are much worse than we previously thought, due to the government’s shoddy data gathering.
Winner of IEA Brexit Prize Bolsters Eurosceptic Position
Last night the Institute of Economic Affairs announced Iain Mansfield as the winner of the prestigious IEA Brexit Prize. The Rt. Hon Lord Lawson awarded Iain the €100,000 prize for his winning entry, which outlines a blueprint for Britain after the EU. Iain is Director of Trade and Investment at the UK’s embassy in the Philippines… Read more
EU bank charge cap is bad news
The European Parliament has just decided to cap the amount banks charge retailers when customers pay using a credit or debit card. Now you may be thinking, “Sounds great! Banks make far too much money as it is – this law will help curb their greed and save customers their hard-earned money.” However, this is… Read more
EU Hinders Free Trade
A common perception holds sway over the public: being an EU member yields great clout for Britain. However, it is a false myth peddled by the pro-EU camp to paint Eurosceptics as irrational and isolationist. Contrary to Nick Cleg’s claim we must stay in the EU “for the sake of our clout in the world”,… Read more
More Money for Less Influence
Do you believe politicians when they say Britain is a key player in the EU? Neither do we! The Great British Public has long doubted Britain has any real influence in Europe and now we’ve been proved correct, after Business for Britain published a report showing the UK has virtually no influence over EU legislation.
Bulgaria to Britain on dodgy EU passports
Just when we thought that the immigration scandal couldn’t get any worse, The Daily Telegraph revealed a particularly shocking fact to the Great British Public. We discovered earlier this week that non-European immigrants are buying EU passports in Bulgaria and other Eastern European countries so they can exploit the welfare system in Europe.
Wrong again, Ken
If the likes of Ken Clarke and Jeremy Lefroy think that the relaunch of European Mainstream is going to convince the Great British Public that the UK should remain in the EU, they’ve got another think coming.