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Farmers in developing countries are being hurt by the EU’s protectionist trade policies

Farmers in developing countries are being hurt by the EU’s protectionist trade policies

Darren Grimes April 28, 2016 0

Yesterday I was reminded of the old proverb “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”, as James

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The IMF’s Threats – Pure Supposition – I Don’t Think The British Voter is that Naive!‏

The IMF’s Threats – Pure Supposition – I Don’t Think The British Voter is that Naive!‏

David Buik April 13, 2016 0

Yesterday afternoon I had just watched John Gosden’s good filly ‘Nathra’ win the Nell Gwyn at Newmarket like a worthy jolly when someone texted me about the IMF’s prognosis for the damage a Brexit

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The Emperor Aghast at the Peasant’s Revolt: Brexit against Colossus

The Emperor Aghast at the Peasant’s Revolt: Brexit against Colossus

Old Holborn April 8, 2016 1

It’s nail-biting stuff, isn’t it, this Brexit nonsense? Well if it isn’t for you, it should be, there’s plenty at stake on June 23rd for all of us. I’m sworn to neutrality, for reasons I’ll

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Why The EU Mandating Liberalism Is So Ironic

Why The EU Mandating Liberalism Is So Ironic

Thomas Walker March 31, 2016 0

Almost everyone seems to have a clear idea of how they feel about Brexit. Sometimes their reasons are practical; In voters will speak of dire economic consequences and disappearing international influence while Out voters

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The SNP leadership is quietly backing Brexit

The SNP leadership is quietly backing Brexit

Jon Stanley March 26, 2016 0

Vote Leave, Get Sexit Humour is a powerful political tool and especially here in Scotland. ‘Vote SNP, Get Sexy Socialism’ is a popular meme with Scottish nationalists.  Angry Salmond, a political commentator sporting a

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Scottish independence and Brexit aren’t the same principle

Scottish independence and Brexit aren’t the same principle

Sophie Sandor March 10, 2016 0

Recently I went to an IEA talk on the latest Human Freedom Index. Its co-author, Tanja Porčnik, said she could not see by the HFI’s measures how the freedoms of citizens in the European

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We Shouldn’t Have To Give Special Favours To Retain Our Position In Europe

We Shouldn’t Have To Give Special Favours To Retain Our Position In Europe

Josh Boyle September 15, 2015 0

In all of the excitement after the (not particularly) shocking election of Jeremy Corbyn to the Labour leadership, one story that caught my eye has slipped under the radar of most of Westminster. The

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4 Ways Corbyn’s Leadership Could Change The Parties

4 Ways Corbyn’s Leadership Could Change The Parties

Joey Simnett September 12, 2015 0

Rebellious left wing MP Jeremy Corbyn has just been voted in as the leader of the Labour Party. Corbyn managed to nab 59.5% of the vote in just the first round, with Burnham, Cooper

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Survation Poll Shows Lead for Brexit

Survation Poll Shows Lead for Brexit

Alex MacDonald September 6, 2015 0

New Shock Poll says 51% want to Leave EU A new poll conducted by Survation and The Mail on Sunday shows that 51% would vote to leave the EU on Britain’s In/Out referendum. It

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Eurosceptic MEP has wise advice on EU for Cameron

Backbencher December 5, 2013 3

David Campbell Bannerman, a Conservative MEP, has released a book purporting a potential blueprint for Britain post-EU. He contends that instead of the renegotiated ‘In’ option, David Cameron should heed the warnings of the

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