While it is no surprise that the current party leadership has leapt at his new idea, neither the moral nor the economic arguments stack up.
Our bilateral relationship is at its most strained since the end of the Cold War. But we should try none the less to work with the country on as many levels as possible.
“Let us renew the relationship that can lead the world towards the promise of freedom and prosperity marked out by those ordinary citizens 240 years ago.”
The overwhelming evidence, after years of trying, is that the political will and courage simply is not there.
Wales has held the dubious accolade of the worst education system in the UK for a decade.
While Tusk and Barnier fume, the member states sound rather more emollient.
When the moral case is made for high levels of immigration, the negative impact of mass emigration on the countries left behind always seems to be forgotten.
Trump’s words on NATO and his record to date suggest that we should tear up the rule book.
Despite the significant Polish contributions over the generations, one will be hard pressed to find any commemoration of their efforts and sacrifice.
They were our friends in times of war, and in times of peace – even trying and testing ones likes we have today – we must never forget it.
By appeasing blackmailing autocrats such as the Turkish President, the EU is undermining the democratic and liberal values which it’s supposed to support.
“For Britain, voting to leave will be a galvanising, liberating, empowering moment of patriotic renewal.”
The co-Chairman of the Fresh Start Group says that the Government would be in a better position to conduct a renegotiation during the run-up to 2016.
A new series of focus groups offers an insight into the view from ‘new Europe’.
There is blame on both sides of the current dispute. But Brussels barging in won’t help matters.