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Why the EU is a hindrance in a Globalising World

Why the EU is a hindrance in a Globalising World

Euan McHardy June 5, 2016 1

Of all the scaremongering by the Remain campaign, perhaps the most scurrilous is the idea that Britain’s influence would diminish if it left the European Union. As the monotone goes, Britain’s prosperity is dependent

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The High Risk Choice is George Osborne

The High Risk Choice is George Osborne

Douglas Carswell May 30, 2016 0

Who should you trust more? Thousands of personal investors who risk their own money in the marketplace? Or the career politician who doubled our national debt in six years? The Share Centre’s new survey

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WATCH: Harman Fails to Name the 7 most Powerful EU Politicians

WATCH: Harman Fails to Name the 7 most Powerful EU Politicians

Alex MacDonald May 27, 2016 0

Watch Harriet Harman fail to name any of the seven most powerful politicans in the European Union. Harman backs the EU – even praises its record on gender equality – but she also openly

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Why Brexit Scare Stories Will Come True, No Matter Which Way the Vote Goes

Why Brexit Scare Stories Will Come True, No Matter Which Way the Vote Goes

Alan Findlay May 27, 2016 0

I was impressed by the Tory leaders’ recent frightening statements about how ‘house prices will fall 18%’ after Brexit, and other similar project fear related comments of late. These statements, I believe are true

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Does David Cameron have any opinions at all?

Does David Cameron have any opinions at all?

Alex MacDonald May 20, 2016 0

Cameron’s CBI speech is one to rally the Tory troops to battle, and unfortunately for him, one which he would now rather forget. That war cry of a speech, which highlighted the UK’s exceptional

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Brexit and Bremain: the devil and the deep blue sea

Brexit and Bremain: the devil and the deep blue sea

Kristian Niemietz May 6, 2016 0

A while ago, a powerful image was making the rounds on social media. It contrasted a part of the US-Mexican border, with its massive fence, to a part of the Dutch-Belgian border, which was

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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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