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Brexit Will Benefit Both Farmers and Consumers

Jayne Adye | Posted 23.05.2016 | UK Politics
Jayne Adye

With the referendum really heating up in recent weeks, there has been a surplus of outlandish claims coming from both sides. With plenty of column inches already dedicated to the Prime Minister's scaremongering about the dangers of World War 3 if we Leave the EU, the ordinary voter can understandably come to the conclusion the whole referendum issue is a bit of a storm in a teacup...

I Want to Leave the EU Because I LOVE Europe and I LOVE Immigration

Georgina Edwards | Posted 20.01.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Georgina Edwards

You might conclude from this article that I'm a closet Little 'Englander, but I firmly believe that I'm a little 'Europer. So vote leave, protect roast dinners, French toast, Belgian chocolate and Danish pastries.

Motocross Track Gets Farm Subsidy: What We Learned From the EU's Auditors

Jonathan Arnott | Posted 10.11.2016 | UK Politics
Jonathan Arnott

From claiming agricultural subsidies for a motocross track as 'arable land' to the curious case of the non-functioning sewerage system in Greece, this year's Court of Auditors' report shows that the European Union remains rotten to the core.

The Prime Minister Must Offer the Lib Dems an Ultimatum on Europe

Bernard Jenkin | Posted 12.07.2013 | UK Politics
Bernard Jenkin

For the Prime Minister to insist that "we would require the agreement of our coalition partners" could be seen as placing politics above principle - an advertisement for self-imposed weakness. The opportunity for David Cameron is visibly to put the country before the coalition. The Prime Minister should offer them an ultimatum.

Are the Brits Really That Desperate to Leave the EU?

Harry Cooper | Posted 26.01.2013 | UK Politics
Harry Cooper

Regardless of your position on the EU, we should be wary about taking poll statistics too seriously. The turmoil engulfing the eurozone, the politial transformations taking place and the battles between so many different interest groups mean opinions will change on a day to day basis.

Tory MPs Cheer Cameron's Eurozone Brinkmanship, But Clegg's Not Happy

The Huffington Post UK | Chris Wimpress | Posted 10.12.2011 | UK Politics

David Cameron spent Friday night at his country residence of Chequers in Buckinghamshire, after putting Britain on an isolated footing in the European...

We're Not Ready For An EU Referendum

Daniel Wood | Posted 01.01.2012 | UK Politics
Daniel Wood

The question of our EU membership is so much more important than any on voting systems that we cannot allow this to happen again. Whether we are in or out, our relationship with Europe will have a profound impact upon the future of our economy, defence policy, foreign policy and social and employment law.

Top Tory Threatens To Rebel Against Cameron On EU Referendum Vote

The Huffington Post UK | Chris Wimpress | Posted 19.12.2011 | UK Politics

A senior euroscpetic Tory MP has indicated he will rebel against David Cameron in a vote on whether to hold a referendum on staying in Europe. MPs...