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By admin, posted on February 28, 2014

Angela Merkel’s controversial visit to London yesterday has caused anger and dismay after she flatly refused to listen to the Great British Public’s demands and concerns on Europe.

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By admin, posted on February 26, 2014

The EU has given the environmentalists something to celebrate yesterday (25 February). In the European Parliament, MEPs have passed wildly ambitious car emission targets which will hamper British car manufacturers.

By admin, posted on February 24, 2014

The school bully decided to wear green this week, as it was revealed that the European Commission  has had the audacity to start legal proceedings against the UK over what it regards as excessive levels of air pollution.

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By admin, posted on February 19, 2014

The sorry story of unrestricted migration from mainland Europe to Britain has opened another chapter, after the latest statistics from Eurostat – the EU’s statistic stooges – revealed that the UK has been by far the hardest hit country in Europe in terms of immigration.

By admin, posted on February 17, 2014

The outgoing President of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, angered Scottish voters by suggesting Scotland’s chances of becoming a member of the European Union are close to zero.

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By admin, posted on February 14, 2014

The judiciary is often lampooned as being out of touch with public opinion. But on the subject of Europe, Britain’s judges seem to have their finger on the pulse. One of Britain’s most senior judges said the fact foreign courts can overrule British ones, is “little short of offensive”.

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By admin, posted on February 10, 2014

The Swiss have just passed a referendum to limit EU migration and impose quotas on ‘freedom of movement’, which Switzerland enjoys despite being outside the EU because of bilateral treaties with the Union. The result is something Eurosceptics should welcome, it represents another major blow to the EU’s prestige and credibility. It comes as Laszlo Andor hit out… Read more

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By admin, posted on February 7, 2014

With European election season approaching, the frequent rebellions within Tory ranks are causing a headache for the Party HQ. This is apparent because calls to maintain an image of party unity are getting frequent and desperate. Yet, Tim Montgomerie in the Times (£) yesterday congratulated the rebels on a job well done. The fact that backbenchers… Read more