A year ago the Prime Minister wanted fundamental change to the EU – today his ambitions were much more limited.
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It now looks almost certain the Government will fail to meet its pledge to cut the numbers
“I think she will be able to deliver what I will call some Smarties.”
The country has the difficult task of marrying the younger generation’s hopes with the realpolitik of its neighbourhood.
…specifically in order to prevent national governments from cutting the EU budget ever again.
The German Chancellor will not go out on a limb to accommodate him unless there is an appetite for change across other member states.
The Prime Minister doesn’t have a serious renegotiation strategy and European leaders aren’t treating him seriously as a result.
Garvan Walshe: Both Venezuela’s Maduro and Europe’s democracies find themselves on their own in a second Cold War
What American attention that is left is drawn to the Middle East – and meanwhile, its defence budget is being cut.
According to reports, both the eurosceptic Chancellor and her europhile evil twin will visit London this week.
National reconciliation, guarantees for minorities, corruption investigations, a Marshall plan – all are essential to stop conflict dividing the country.
The Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists says that the process has no legitimacy.
Runners and riders include: Peter Lilley, Francis Maude, Sayeeda Warsi…and a former Prime Minister.
If the Deputy Prime Minister really wants a debate on Europe, let the Foreign Secretary give him one. Furthermore, both men could clear up a few mysteries…
If we do not stop this barbaric practice, we will have failed to protect young girls from horrific abuse.
Michael Fallon MP: Turning the tanker – how we are fighting to reform the EU’s uncompetitive regulations
It’s hard work, but we are putting deregulation on the agenda in Brussels – with success.