The choice is between leaving or remaining in an EU dominated by 22 out of 28 countries with no ‘skin in the game’ and with a Eurozone agenda.
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Lord Ashcroft: “If they leave, it’s the beginning of the end.“ The view of Brexit from Stockholm and Riga
“The UK is fighting for its citizens and rights. If every country was doing that it wouldn’t be possible to negotiate anything!”
Eric Pickles: The Prime Minister has got Britain a good deal in Europe. Now let’s get out and sell it.
It is a grand delusion that, right after walking out of the EU, our former partners would be bound to give us a better deal than we have now, with none of the cost.
Theresa Villiers: At the heart of my decision to support Leave is the conviction that our democracy must be strengthened
Much of the debate will focus on jobs and prosperity. These are certainly important factors to bear in mind. But there is another more fundamental issue at stake here.
“I will be campaigning with all my heart and soul to persuade the British people to remain in the reformed European Union that we have secured today.”
“The Brits would be happier outside. But we don’t want them to leave.”
If I am to vote to remain in the EU I need a lot more than a bit of tinkering around the edges by a Prime Minister who should be leading rather than following.
Part Two in our mini-series concludes that the choice is between a possible wrangle over free movement if we leave and the certainty of more uncontrolled migration if we don’t.
In Spain, which goes to the polls today, in Greece, Portugal, and even in Finland, sustainable economic growth remains elusive.
In the wake of the Paris bombings, the second of our profiles on European countries and institutions – and their role in Cameron’s EU renegotiation.
The author presents his evidence to House Of Lords European Union Committee (Financial Affairs) Call for Evidence regarding “Completing Europe’s Economic And Monetary Union”.
Nadhim Zahawi MP: Our best future in Europe would be a multi-speed EU – not the divorce that would be worse for everyone
Recognising tensions as part of the Union’s future structure is the best way to overcome them.
John Stevens: It is the principle of the EU, not the renegotiation of the terms of membership, that matters
Focusing only upon the detail and evading the general is becoming a most damaging addiction.
Like the Scottish referendum, this referendum cannot really bring closure.
It turns out there are worse things than a German-dominated single currency.