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May’s Brexit Deal: The Pragmatic Approach

May’s Brexit Deal: The Pragmatic Approach

Richard Marshall December 15, 2018 0

It’s becoming clear that May is playing a game with the future of the nation, our economy and business, and that is to hold the vote on her Brexit deal as late as possible.

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It’s Time For Anonymous to Quit Playing PR and Do Something Useful – or Shut Up

It’s Time For Anonymous to Quit Playing PR and Do Something Useful – or Shut Up

Alex MacDonald March 25, 2016 1

Another day, another announcement from “hacktivist” group Anonymous. This time the group is calling for people to stand up to discrimination after the fatal terrorist bombings in Brussels. Last week Anonymous “declared war” on

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Can the EU Be Reformed?

Can the EU Be Reformed?

Sam Woolfe May 29, 2014 1

For those who view Euroscepticism as extreme, but who disagree with the way the EU operates, calling for reformation would seem like a sensible option. Of course, there is nothing that ‘extreme’ about Euroscepticism.

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Nick Griffin’s Updated CV

Nick Griffin’s Updated CV

Lee Jenkins May 22, 2014 0

There’s a very good chance Nick Griffin will lose his job today, so we’ve updated his CV to help with his job hunting….   Name: Nick Griffin (former) MEP Residence: Llanerfyl, Powys, Wales, GREAT

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Vote with your feet – Stay Away

Vote with your feet – Stay Away

Old Holborn May 21, 2014 7

  A politician, once elected, can imprison you, steal all your property, raid your bank account, send you to war, read your emails, put you under house arrest, silence you and have you killed.

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The European Parliamentary Election: An Undemocratic Joke

The European Parliamentary Election: An Undemocratic Joke

Backbencher May 9, 2014 5

Stephanie Surface shows how the EU’s undemocratic constitutional arrangements deprive the elected EU Parliament of any real power, and thus render the coming EU elections an elaborate charade. In a couple of weeks, voters

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EU Renegotiation – Willful Self Delusion

EU Renegotiation – Willful Self Delusion

Backbencher March 13, 2014 2

For years, British politicians have been selling the public on the idea of EU renegotiation. A forlorn hope has descended into pathetic delusion. Successive governments have argued that they will ‘get tough’ with our European partners, and come home

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Hot air from the European Commission on air pollution

Hot air from the European Commission on air pollution

Backbencher February 25, 2014 1

The school bully decided to wear green this week, as it was revealed that the European Commission  has had the audacity to start legal proceedings against the UK over what it regards as excessive

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Three possible outcomes for the future of the EU

Three possible outcomes for the future of the EU

Backbencher February 13, 2014 3

The European Union will soon need to decide what sort of union it’s going to be The European Union is a failed project in many respects. When ‘ever closer union’ was set out as

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The False Choice Of An EU Referendum

Backbencher October 20, 2013 1

  Cameron and his team have placed great stock in a 2017 referendum promise. But is worth a dime? In front of us, there is a choice – whether it comes in 2017 or

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