I am excited by Britain’s post-Brexit prospects but will not stop caring about the EU when I close my Brussels office door for the last time in March.
Posts Tagged: Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists
After we leave the EU, Tories should take care to maintain the alliances we have built with like-minded politicians on the continent.
Support for entrepreneurs, low corruption, strong institutions, and sensible taxes are a sensible blueprint for success.
Daniel Hannan: A century since the Communists began their mass slaughter, some still have not learned the lessons
Is it truly necessary to keep reciting these arguments? Sadly, yes – in each generation some people are drawn to brutal ideologies.
Syed Kamall: How Conservatives and reformists in Brussels decided the European Parliament’s presidency
Meanwhile, shock, anger, sorrow and denial over the democratic decision of the British people to leave the EU has been replaced by a more business-like approach.
Daniel Kawczynski: Brexit. Our European allies didn’t back us up in the past, so May can’t put her faith in them now
The overwhelming evidence, after years of trying, is that the political will and courage simply is not there.
The starting point for our negotiations should be to retain full access to – but not membership of – the Single Market, while also taking full control of our borders.
There is an important campaigning role for his pro-Brexit views. Let’s hope that we see and hear a lot of him during the weeks ahead.
Mark Field: This Conservative Government’s foreign policy has already marked a break from the Coalition’s
At last we could pass a decisive parliamentary vote for cooperative action in Syria, and now lead a reform agenda in the EU which could make way for two-tier membership.
The latest social action project undertaken by the Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists.
There are people in Brussels who will want to drive a proposal so that the institutions here can grab more power, gain more profile and seem more relevant.
We won in the UK, entered government in Finland, welcomed a new Italian party, won the Polish Presidency and are optimistic about the Danish election.
The Vice President of the EU Commission shares our frustrations with the Brussels machine.
An AECR delegation (including our own Mark Wallace) build playgrounds in flood-stricken Slavonia.
For the third time we’re sending our service personnel into Iraq without a serious and concerted Western effort to sort out a coherent regional deal