The agreement would cost British taxpayers a fortune and establish free movement of people between Calais and Turkey’s porous border with Syria.
Twice the Government’s attempts to circumvent scrutiny by means of the European Scrutiny Committee have fallen – primarily because it feared defeat.
It has the capacity to ensure that the UK gets the best of both worlds.
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It is now clear that the renegotiation process has proved that the Union is incapable of reform.
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Russian President has trapped himself in a self-destructive spiral of nationalist rhetoric, economic self-harm and military aggression.
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