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By admin, posted on August 16, 2013

Oh alright, maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but reading Angela Merkel’s much discussed comments about returning powers from the EU to member states we noticed the preceding paragraph was actually rather interesting too. Open Europe’s translation of Merkel’s remarks quotes her as saying: ‘More Europe’ can not only mean transferring competences from national… Read more

By admin, posted on August 15, 2013

When the most important national leader in Europe says that the EU should consider returning powers to some Member States, we all ought to sit up and take notice. In a radio interview Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany, said that the EU should possibly “give something back” to national governments, rather than always persisting with… Read more

By admin, posted on August 14, 2013

Get Britain Out was featured in the Daily Express (10 Aug) as it emerged that the EU conspired to brand future birth certificates with their flag. Our Deputy Campaign Manager Alan Murad was quoted: This is one of the most Orwellian proposals to come out of the EU in years. They persist in unwanted meddling… Read more

By admin, posted on August 8, 2013

Our Deputy Campaign Manager Alan Murad wrote a piece about the Europhile argument losing currency in the debate about whether to stay or leave in the EU. It is published in The Commentator. The debate is shifting to the detriment of the Europhiles who want the UK on its knees to Brussels. Their futile arguments… Read more

By admin, posted on August 2, 2013

The Office of National Statistics recorded a 13% increase in Britain’s contribution to the EU in 2012, pushing the net contribution to over £12 billion and marking a record breaking high. As an increase of £1.2 billion in expenditure, we at Get Britain Out say this is ‘another 1.2 billion reasons to leave the EU’…. Read more

By admin, posted on July 29, 2013

The first set of reports from the Government’s Review of the Balance of Competences, assessing what powers the EU has and their effect on Britain, were published last week. The media had little to say about it because the content was broadly what was expected of the Whitehall mandarins that compiled the reports. Their conclusions… Read more

By admin, posted on July 19, 2013

Two weeks ago James Wharton’s Private Members Bill, which aims to finally give the Great British Public their say on our membership of the EU, moved a step closer to becoming law as it gained its Second Reading in the House of Commons. It was widely reported and commented on that the vote was won… Read more

By admin, posted on July 17, 2013

As if attempting to set up a news agency to spread propaganda was not enough, the EU are determined to waste up to £1.6 million of taxpayer’s money on a museum exhibit that amounts to a series of shelves with items related to the history of Europe. It will include suitcases and a Soviet hammer-and-sickle…. Read more