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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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Vince Cable: Out of touch with reality

Vince Cable: Out of touch with reality

Backbencher March 5, 2014 0

I’ve never thought of Vince Cable as a radical. Yet the Business Secretary has proved quite unmanageable of late. He must be the only politician who thinks an influx of 212,000 mostly jobless EU

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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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Don’t Let Big Business Hold Back the EU Referendum

Don’t Let Big Business Hold Back the EU Referendum

Backbencher February 10, 2014 0

Vince Cable recently stood before a gathering of economists and said: “The prospect of a referendum and possible exit from the EU is deeply unsettling for businesses trading in the European single market, from the car industry

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Angela Merkel’s European Integration Götterdämmerung

Angela Merkel’s European Integration Götterdämmerung

Backbencher January 6, 2014 0

Stephanie Surface’s after-event analysis reveals just how game-changing Angela Merkel’s isolation at the December EU Summit might turn out to be. Crowded out by the run-up to Christmas, and media focus on the court

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A Small Time In Germany

A Small Time In Germany

Backbencher September 13, 2013 0

With only nine days left until it’s held, Stephanie Surface looks at German politics in the run-up to the German Federal Election Because of tensions in the Middle East, the coming German Federal Election

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German Election Blues

German Election Blues

Backbencher August 16, 2013 2

Stephanie Surface reports from Bavaria on political homogeneity in Germany in the run-up to September’s critical elections There are now less than seven weeks to go before the important German Election for the Bundestag

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Cameron’s Pledge: It’s Not What It Seems.

Michael St George January 25, 2013 4

Michael St George argues Cameron’s EU Referendum Pledge – Not What It Seems IT HAS become something of a cliché, but no less true for that, to say that David Cameron’s No 10 operation

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