Over the last two or three decades, Europhilia has been a defining feature of the cultural left, but a major re-think is underway.
Posts Tagged: Brexit
Ninety per cent think exempting UK businesses from EU regulation would have a positive effect.
Unnecessary and excessive EU regulation hampers the efforts of British businesses to compete.
It is bad enough that the EU undermines our democracy and harms our economy – but we also pay a fortune for the experience.
You may want less migration. You may want more. But either way, we would have more control – instead of a policy that has already failed.
Today, we launch a five-part series on the case for Brexit on ConservativeHome.
The EU is not an accountable democracy. It is the lobbying of the unaccountable, by the unaccountable, for the unaccountable.
If Eurosceptics concentrate their energies on renegotiation, the case for In will be halfway round the country before Out has got its boots on.
With the EU Referendum Bill returning to the Commons this week, a Grand Bargain between the Party leadership and Eurosceptic MPs is urgently needed.
Ministers who want Brexit should be free to campaign for No during the referendum. And the Prime Minister should be free to get on with the renegotiation he wants.
Tony Blair is the least trusted voice on the issue. But Nigel Farage is the second least trusted.
David Cameron will to measure any outcomes he reaches against Britain’s likely prospects in the event of Brexit. Here are three means of measuring them.
There is no angle from which Sir John Major looks like the right person for the job.
In his second big speech since leaving the Cabinet, he urges Cameron to trigger the process for Britain leaving the EU.
Speaking to the Centre for Policy Studies, the ardent eurosceptic, gives the top ten areas most urgently demanding action.