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By admin, posted on February 20, 2013

Ofgem, the energy regulator, again warns of an impending energy crisis. We can put blame for this squarely at the door of the European Union. Their energy rules, emission targets and climate fundamentalism will turn off the lights. Their ruinous Large Combustion Plant Directive will lead to the closure of the plants that provide us… Read more

By admin, posted on February 19, 2013

The European Parliament met yesterday for the first time after the EU budget deal was brokered. One by one the federalist group leaders opposed the deal. Joseph Daul of the European People’s Party and Guy Verhofstadt of the Liberals will vote against the budget. Martin Schulz (above), the ‘president’ of the parliament and former leader… Read more

By admin, posted on February 18, 2013

A recent poll in by Harris Interactive for The Financial Times and published today in The Daily Express reveals just how much of an impact the talk of an In/Out EU Referendum has had upon the electorate. The poll reveals that if there were an in-out referendum today, half of the British public would vote… Read more

By admin, posted on February 15, 2013

Jeremy Warner in the Telegraph this morning comes round to our line of thinking on the EU. He says if the EU and US can have a free trade deal without the harmonisation, the ever closer union, the flag, the anthem, the currency, why should our trading relationship with the EU be one of political… Read more

By admin, posted on February 14, 2013

It’s not been a good year for the EU and we’re only in February. At the beginning of January the Eurozone posted its worst unemployment statistics ever, with almost 12% unemployment. The horsemeat scandal has exposed the failures of the EU single market and its regulations. As these things come in threes, this morning Eurostat… Read more

By admin, posted on February 13, 2013

Amid the fanfare of the EU budget ‘deal’, which is far from a done deal, we find Euractiv reports that the EU anti-fraud office has cracked down on a scam where over £42,000 (€50,000) of EU ‘development’ money has gone to fund social networking accounts in Bulgaria. In August 2012, the Bulgarian daily Sega exposed… Read more

By admin, posted on February 12, 2013

We have long argued that we do not need to be in the EU to trade with it. Plenty of other countries trade with the EU and do not have to abide by all its laws. Confirmation of that fact comes from none other than the UK Government. In a reply to Lord Stoddart, here… Read more

By admin, posted on February 11, 2013

Aside from the horsemeat scandal, there’s another story that highlights the failures of the EU’s regulatory machine. The Mail shows how powerless the government is to deport foreign criminals. A toxic mix of EU and human rights legislation (guess where from?) prevented the UK deporting those who took part in the riots of 2011. Let’s… Read more