Indeed, its stagnant centralism and bureaucracy is more likely to inflame extremism and violence than prevent them.
Posts Tagged: EU
“It would be almost a breach of the Salisbury Convention for us to veto the principle of an in-out referendum advanced by the LibDems at the last election.”
…none of which, of course, the BBC challenged him on.
Business for Britain asks for your help in finding out.
Martin Callanan MEP: A budget cut. Fisheries reform. Protecting shale – and more. What Tories achieved in Europe last year
The choice is between the Conservatives and Labour – and only we can deliver real gains for Britain.
Immigration must be controlled in numbers but also in character, the Prime Minister told Andrew Marr.
Tobias Ellwood MP: Between Little Englanders and Open Doorites, there is room for a rational immigration policy
Immigration has long played a positive role in our history – it’s the sheer scale of today’s flows that makes things different.
Net EU immigration since the UK became a member of the EEC sits at around 800,000 people. That’s since 1973 – so roughly 20,000 people per year since then.
Cameron is right to seek restrictions on free movement within the EU
We report from 2023 on the consequences of a Yes vote.
The tale of Jacques and the Euro beancounters.
Why has Cameron become so forceful about the issue of migration? The answer’s pretty clear, and it lies in 2014.
Open Europe points to a hole in the air.
The extent to which EU requirements and directives are now actively damaging our economy and frustrating our ability to put things right is noteworthy.
Come and see Open Europe’s simulation tomorrow, starring Andrea Leadsom MP, Pierre Lellouche, John Bruton, Urban Ahlin and Lucio Caracciolo.