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UKIP: From Independence to Irrelevance

UKIP: From Independence to Irrelevance

Tom Ridgway April 29, 2017 0

What a political journey the ‘People’s Army’ has been on. From winning the European Parliament elections in 2014, to forcing David Cameron into holding an in/out EU referendum, it once seemed that UKIP were an unstoppable

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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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Eurosceptic presence will force change in Brussels

Eurosceptic presence will force change in Brussels

Backbencher May 30, 2014 1

It is clear from last weeks European Election results that the European Union needs to change direction. Millions of voters from across Europe chose to voice their anger at the European Project by voting

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The Inner Turmoil Of Libertarian Eurosceptics

Lee Jenkins January 17, 2014 9

Spare a thought for Libertarian and their love-hate relationship with the EU Think of a eurosceptic and a few images come to mind, but chief among them would be that of a flag waving

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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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Lessons from Reykjavik

Lessons from Reykjavik

Backbencher October 9, 2013 0

Iceland is an abundance of natural wonders and awe-inspiring scenery. However, its current political scene is perhaps even more of a wonder to behold- and its Independence Party has two lessons for Mr Cameron

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The European Question, and a Very British Answer

The European Question, and a Very British Answer

Backbencher March 30, 2013 0

Andy Findon says Cameron’s gamble on Europe may prove fatal for the Tories. In 1992, John Major faced down opposition from his own government and signed the Maastricht Treaty. Since then, the split amongst the Conservative Party over Europe has

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