The Commentator is supported by our readers!
Hot Topics:
Articles by John Redwood MP
6f37592038ebe4c2dc83c06bb82884256d790fa4

The Rt Hon John Redwood MP is the Member of UK Parliament for Wokingham and the Chairman of the Conservative Economic Affairs Committee. His articles are cross-posted on his blog by agreement.


  • Us_mexico_border

    Obama gets Europe wrong again. Why doesn't he allow free immigration from Mexico and Cuba then?

    Barack Obama's lectures to Britain on the EU beggar belief. Ok, Barack. How about you have unlimited immigration from Mexico and Cuba, and while you're at it let them make your laws, while you ditch the American Constitution. Fair's fair after all

    by John Redwood MP - 24 July 2015
  • United-states-of-europe

    A wild ride to political union if we stay in the present EU

    Predictably, the BBC is smothering a vital EU policy document pushing for a United States of Europe. Our democracy is again under assault from Brussels, and the government needs to break the silence and explain how we are going to resist

    by John Redwood MP - 20 July 2015
  • Greek_parliament

    EU bankrupts Greek parliamentary democracy

    The EU has turned Greece into little more than a protectorate. From Brussels to Athens and back again, the economic plans for growth are chaotic at best, fantasy at worst. To cap it all, the EU has effectively bankrupted Greek parliamentary democracy. Whatever next?

    by John Redwood MP - 15 July 2015
  • Angela_merkel

    Of Euro Merkel and German Merkel

    Angela Merkel is locked in a kind of political-psychological conflict. There's Euro Merkel, with all the false idealism that entails, and there's German Merkel who has had enough of funding a failed on-size fits all project regarding Greece. What's really missing here is sanity and common sense

    by John Redwood MP - 11 July 2015
  • Parthenon_latest

    The euro versus democracy, Greek style

    What a predictable tragedy the Euro has become. If you want a single currency to work you need a single government to back it, a single demos to decide who rules, and an economic policy which generates prosperity for the many. The Eurozone has none of these, making crisis a permanent feature

    by John Redwood MP - 29 June 2015
  • Juncker_at_eu_parliament

    The emerging United States of Euroland

    While David Cameron is doing his best to renegotiate Britain's position within the wider EU, the leading forces in the Euro area are wasting no time at all in pushing further towards their imperial dystopia of a United States of Euroland

    by John Redwood MP - 24 June 2015
  • Two_flags_eu_uk

    To Brexit or not to Brexit: Framing the question

    The precise question that will appear for the In/Out referendum is one thing. What we now need to do is frame the Brexit issue honestly, something that scaremongering europhiles, in denial about the road to a superstate, doggedly refuse to do

    by John Redwood MP - 22 June 2015
  • Tsipras_and_merkel

    Greece and Germany in a modern European tragedy

    As Greece says on Friday it believes there will be a solution to the current euro/debt crisis it is fascinating that this crisis shows how lacking in independence both Greece and Germany really are in the modern-day European structures

    by John Redwood MP - 19 June 2015
  • Gordon-brown

    Labour's denial about the 2008 crash

    Labour's denial about its responsibility for the great crash of 2007/8 beggars belief. The Conservative opposition at the time issued clear warnings about the dangers, according to evidence documented by John Redwood MP

    by John Redwood MP - 15 June 2015
  • Pounds-and-euros-007

    More money for the EU

    Labour will pay to the EU any tax demand that Brussels makes. It's as bad as that. These people will simply never learn

    by John Redwood MP - 12 June 2015
  • Imf_hq

    IMF – the Irresponsible Money Fund

    The euro is not just corrosive of European prosperity and democracy, it is destroying international institutions like the IMF. Amazingly, three quarters of current lending is to just 4 European countries

    by John Redwood MP -  7 June 2015
  • Eu_uk_flags_latest

    Could UK restore democracy without leaving EU?

    Under the current EU treaties we cannot truly get our democracy back. The real problem is that Brussels is well known for expanding its jurisdiction, by fair means and foul. Many will decide that the best option is just to quit

    by John Redwood MP -  1 June 2015
  • European_flag_and_union_jack

    Cheer up, Eurosceptics

    Those Eurosceptics who said that Cameron either wouldn't win or would rat on his promise for a referendum have been proved wrong on both counts. Eurosceptics now have to shift their mindset from the negative to the positive. That's how causes are advanced. So come on Eurosceptics, cheer up!

    by John Redwood MP - 28 May 2015
  • Osborne-budget_2857103b

    Don't look now, but first Tory-govt budget is looming

    There hasn't been a budget by a Conservative majority government since before Tony Blair took power in 1997. The Chancellor must remember that lower tax rates bring in more money, and recognise that there's a lot less jealousy around than commentators often think

    by John Redwood MP - 24 May 2015
  • Cameron_and_sturgeon

    England, Scotland and sharing the money

    The Scottish people's unwillingness to give up the pound -- a key reason for the voting against independence -- suggested they wanted to stay in some kind of currency union. How this will work in practice given the SNP's drive for greater fiscal powers remains to be seen

    by John Redwood MP - 21 May 2015

 

We are wholly dependent on the kindness of our readers for our continued work. We thank you in advance for any support you can offer.

 
Options
Advertisement
Supporters
  • Supporter_cifwatch
Enter your e-mail address if you wish to receive our weekly newsletter.
Recommended
Advertisement
Advertisement