Brits’ Appetite for Brussels Fades
According to a poll published in the Sunday Times, if a referendum was to be held now, 51% of people in Britain compared to 49%, would vote to exit the European Union. The poll by WIN/Gallup International surveyed European attitudes to staying in or leaving the EU. Reacting to the results of the poll, Alan Murad of Eurosceptic… Read more
51 percent want to leave the EU! Poll result sparks new demands for early referendum
Luke Stanley, of Get Britain Out, said: “David Cameron has already bitten off more than he can chew by suggesting he can reform in two-and-a-half years what successive British Prime Ministers have failed to reform for 40 years – our membership of the EU. “Now, unbelievably, it has emerged that his strategy is to attempt… Read more
Cameron’s Worthless 11th Hour EU “Reform” Con
David Cameron has already bitten off more than he can chew by suggesting he can reform in 2½ years what successive British Prime Ministers have failed to reform for 40 years – our membership of the European Union.
Visa Blow to our Borders
Get Britain has been quoted on page 5 of today’s Daily Express. The story covers a recent ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) which is a fresh blow to our borders controls, allowing millions more to flock to Britain.
Letting Turkey Into The EU Would Be A Disaster
So much for the Prime Minister demonstrating he is serious about reforming the EU! David Cameron has announced it is still his ‘long-standing goal’ to bring Turkey into the European Union – despite the complete disaster this would be for Britain and many other EU Member States.
More Outrageous EU Demands
“Recently the Office of Budget Responsibility announced Britain will have to pay £100 million (€126 million) a year more on our European Union membership fee over the next 5 years. Almost on cue, a deal has now been struck to increase next year’s EU budget by £3.8 billion (€4.8 billion), which now stands at £112 billion (€141.2 billion). We can safely say David Cameron’s often repeated boast… Read more
Britain Is Strong Enough To Thrive Outside EU
Compare and contrast the economies of Britain and the Eurozone. The former is the fastest growing economy in the G7 and on track to be in a spending surplus by 2019.
EU Migrants Make up Just Four Percent of the NHS Workforce
In the debate surrounding immigration, we are often told the only thing keeping our health care system intact is the high number of EU migrants working within our National Health Service. However, recent research by Get Britain Out has revealed this wrong and this is just another attempt to peddle the myth Britain needs the… Read more