The first in a new series: What does the “People’s Army” really plan for the British economy?
Posts Tagged: Free trade
In the Lyons Report which be commissioned, the Mayor – or anyone else – has the makings of a free trade manifesto.
Hjörtur J. Guðmundsson: If Britain wants to trade with the world, its relationship with the EU has to change
Learn a lesson from the European Free Trade Association, which includes Iceland and Switzerland. Its only purpose is promoting trade, not integration.
If he wants Britain to stay in, he needs a programme which can both address concerns here and win support abroad.
We must be clearer about what we are trying to achieve within Europe if we are to obtain reforms that suit us.
These elections are your free hit against a deeply complacent and craven establishment that is wedded to outdated ideas that are failing the British people.
For those countries located on the borders of Europe, there is currently no third way between membership of the EU and Russia’s embrace
If the review’s claim on single market access is representative of the rest of it, it will be even worse than expected.
The Hitchen and Harpenden MP has all the necessary qualifications for the post.
Priti Patel MP: The choice at the next election. State control with Labour, or free enterprise with the Conservatives.
A Labour Government would exacerbate feelings of unfairness in society as they entrench a welfare-dependent culture built on the backs of those who work hard.
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.
If Western businesses connive in bribery and corruption, then this will help to spread and embed practices that might otherwise be rooted out
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