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  • Cameron-juncker

    More outrageous EU demands

    Whenever Eurocrats realise their ambitious spending commitments cannot be fulfilled, they casually raid Britain’s coffers while our political classes do little more than fake outrage and horror. It will only stop of we get Britain out

    by Alan Murad - 12 December 2014
  • Juncker_buffoon

    As UK prospers: EU scaremongering fails to convince

    No-one thinks Britain is out of it yet. But as the UK creams the Eurozone in economic performance, we are reminded that the scaremongers in Brussels have nothing to give, and that we must get Britain out of the EU, pronto!

    by Luke Stanley -  5 December 2014
  • Eu-and-us-flag-etoro

    Why Europe is so far behind the United States

    The U.S. is not well run economically, but the EU appears to be on a suicide mission motivated by ignorance about basic economics and the self-serving greed of the political elite at the European Commission

    by Daniel J. Mitchell -  4 December 2014
  • Whitby_fishermen

    Fishy EU goes fishing at Britain's expense

    The UK's fishing industry is central to our national identity, and puts food on the table for millions. But Brussels wants to destroy it, and is doing a good job of doing so. Yet another reason to get Britain out of the EU as soon as possible

    by Alan Murad -  3 December 2014
  • Merkel-cameron_2391203b-460x288

    Cameron’s EU speech: Wishful thinking and deception

    Cameron, as we saw in Friday's speech, exemplifies much of what is wrong with British politics: the utter lack of conviction. Knee-jerk reactions and smoke-and-mirrors fool no one. Rather than persisting in the fantasy of a reformed EU, we must Get Britain Out

    by Alan Murad - 29 November 2014
  • Dead_tree

    The EU: Watering a dead tree

    Europe’s economy is still on its knees, but the EU's political classes have learned nothing from their self-inflicted folly. If your house has been burned down, the last thing to do is to mistake the arsonists for the firemen. The most pragmatic move is to Get Britain Out

    by Alan Murad - 28 November 2014
  • Pope_and_eu

    No Papal bull for the Eurocrats

    Belief in a progressive, kaleidoscopic multi-cultural society in which numerous lifestyles are promoted along with diverse ethnic cultures has seized the commanding heights of the EU. The Pope's moral clarity does not sit well with the Eurocrats

    by Tom Gallagher - 28 November 2014
  • Eu_flag_and_world

    Owen Paterson's perceptive speech on Europe

    Owen Paterson, the Conservative former Environment Secretary, has weighed in with an important speech on how Britain needs to regain its sovereignty from the EU. There's now serious momentum for a move away from Brussels

    by John Redwood MP - 25 November 2014
  • Eu_commission_building

    There is no short-term fix for the EU

    The end of Europe’s economic woes is nowhere in sight. The EU is not compatible with democracy as we understand it. There is a revolution swelling against Brussels and all it stands for. We need a clean break. There are no quick fixes, whatever John Major thinks

    by Alan Murad - 19 November 2014
  • Osborne_eu

    EU puff, smoke, and mirrors

    If we really want to stop being taxed by the EU for being successful, the only answer is to Get Britain Out. The sums of money arbitrarily being demanded could be put to far better use than subsidising eurozone economic incompetence

    by Luke Stanley - 18 November 2014
  • John_major_eu

    John Major (rightly) bangs on about Europe

    Our current EU membership does not just pose a problem over the pace of migration. It is bad for business, bad for living standards and bad for democracy. All these things need to be debated and addressed in a new relationship with the rest of the EU

    by John Redwood MP - 15 November 2014
  • Cbi

    Why does the CBI oppose democracy over the EU?

    The CBI opposes a referendum on our EU membership. This is not only anti-democratic it is against the wishes of most businesses and the British people. What are europhiles so afraid of?

    by John Redwood MP - 12 November 2014
  • Euro_banknotes

    Eurozone ‘biggest risk to global economic stability’ says former UK Defence Minister

    It is not the Eurosceptics who are out of step but those with a fossilised view of how Europe should be, formed in the 1950s and locked in aspic since, says Liam Fox MP

    by Steven George-Hilley - 10 November 2014
  • Handcuffed

    European Arrest Warrant? Let's arrest Brussels instead

    The European Arrest Warrant could have you extradited on trumped up charges of stealing a wheelbarrow or an apple -- it's happened. Britain should get out of it and arrest Brussels instead

    by Robin Mitchinson - 10 November 2014
  • Eu_parlt

    Time to hold the EU to account

    For the 19th year in a row, auditors have failed to sign off the EU's accounts. What on earth is Britain doing staying part of this farce? Wouldn't it be better to just get Britain out?

    by Luke Stanley -  7 November 2014


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