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By admin, posted on March 21, 2013

Earlier this month our Campaign Director went to the Lib Dem spring forum to debate ‘Euro myths’. The Lib Dems complain about newspapers reporting stories about sausages and bananas and they see that as a reason why people don’t like the EU. To them it has nothing to do with the EU opening up borders,… Read more

By admin, posted on March 20, 2013

Chaos in Cyprus continues today after their parliament overwhelmingly rejected an EU order to raid private savings. Should you surrender 10% of your life savings or should the peoples of the Eurozone pick up the bill for your government’s debt fuelled ‘prosperity’? It’s a lose-lose choice Cypriots are left to ponder as their politicians keep… Read more

By admin, posted on March 19, 2013

The EU is as much a local issue as it is a national issue. The Local Government Association is pleading with the treasury to cap the EU directed landfill tax in the budget tomorrow. As another example of how the British Government gold plates EU directives, the landfill tax has been increased annually since its… Read more

By admin, posted on March 18, 2013

Horrific news came from Cyprus at the weekend as the latest Eurozone bailout went a step further – this time effectively stealing up to 12% from Cypriot bank accounts. That’s right, after the Cypriot bank holiday on Tuesday depositors will automatically lose a percentage of their savings to contribute to the Eurozone bailout. I was… Read more

By admin, posted on March 15, 2013

Yesterday the head of the British Chambers of Commerce called on David Cameron to bring forward the promised EU referendum. We are quoted in the Daily Express this morning agreeing. Cameron needs to “man up” and call a referendum. But he won’t. He sent William Hague out to repudiate the call. It’s funny how the… Read more

By admin, posted on March 13, 2013

The EU Budget is likely to be amended by the European Parliament today (Wednesday 13th March) on a compromise that will do nothing to reduce British payments to the EU. The expected outcome is for the European Parliament to support a reduction in the EU budget in order to initiate ‘trialogue’ negotiations between MEPs, Commissioners… Read more

By admin, posted on March 11, 2013

One of the biggest fallacies peddled by the EU is that the EU has been a beacon for ‘peace’. As the EU collected its Nobel Peace Prize, riots ravaged southern Europe as the fallout from the EU’s march to ever closer union dug in. Now we get more Euro-rubbish, this time the Prime Minister of… Read more

By admin, posted on March 7, 2013

The Institute of Economic Affairs has produced a new report entitled “Euro Puppets: The European Commission’s remaking of civil society”. It exposes how much taxpayers’ money is funding pro-EU lobby groups to propagandise to the peoples of Europe. Gems include: “Many of the groups which receive the Commission’s patronage would struggle to exist without statutory… Read more