We floated the scenario of her going for Brexit last week. Speculation about her intentions will grow. As will the pressure for Boris to make his mind up.
Posts Tagged: Eurosceptics
Daniel Hannan MEP: Cameron lowers renegotiation expectations in the hope of selling a paltry change as a triumph
It won’t work – not least because Andrew Lansley accidentally leaked the plan over the summer.
The first release from the new, cross-party campaign to leave the EU focuses on the amount of taxpayers’ money paid to Brussels.
By any measure, those who declare they would vote to Remain “under all circumstances” are the holders of an extreme position.
TTIP offers huge benefits on both sides of the Atlantic. We shouldn’t allow indecision and misinformation to derail it.
What does yesterday’s vote mean for British eurosceptics, for the Eurozone itself and for Cameron’s renegotiation?
“It really worries me: if this is seen to be rigged, if the British people don’t sense it’s fair, whatever the result it won’t be seen to be legitimate.”
It would be risky, but it might just work – and leave the Union intact.
The Prime Minister has talked tough on serious EU reform – now we need to see his actions live up to his words.
Syriza wants an end to austerity and continued Euro membership. Can they do both? For that matter, can they do either?
To avoid dangerous ambiguity, we need a clear idea of what change would be required to make staying ‘In’ acceptable. Here’s ours.
Why do several EU governments – including our own – support the creation of a transnational system of corporate courts?
The former Environment Secretary sets out the alternative to joining the “new country” the Eurozone is set to form.
In his second big speech since leaving the Cabinet, he urges Cameron to trigger the process for Britain leaving the EU.
The full list of Tory MPs who voted against the Government on last night’s Justice and Home Affairs opt-in
Redwood, Cash, Leigh, Lilley, Jenkin – and plenty more.