Plus, we welcome a new Italian MEP to our group, as one of our former colleagues becomes President of Poland.
Posts Tagged: Poland
We won in the UK, entered government in Finland, welcomed a new Italian party, won the Polish Presidency and are optimistic about the Danish election.
Thanks to a promise kept and a great deal of hard work, the ECR group means we have more and better allies than before.
Robert Ledger: Cameron’s new aid programme is similar to one of Thatcher’s – but will it work as well?
Much like the Know How Fund in the 1980s, the Good Governance Fund is designed to encourage political and economic reform in Eastern Europe.
I’ve seen first hand the contribution that this generation of young Poles is making to Britain – just as an earlier one did during the Battle of Britain.
Rumours of our decline are greatly exaggerated. Britain can make a difference to the world. Here’s how.
Our friends fear attack by Russia – we must state clearly that the NATO guarantee of mutual defence still stands.
By wisely using our historic links and the diaspora in the UK, we can benefit from economic and social ties with ‘Emerging Europe’.
The Iron Curtain crumbled in Eastern Europe. De Klerk took power in South Africa. The birth of the internet loomed…and the beginning of the end loomed for Mrs Thatcher.
Andrew Lilico: “The idea of a Single European State is now old-fashioned. When I go round Europe no-one is in favour of that.”
The Prime Minister’s plan to keep Britain in the EU stands a better chance of working than theirs.
His security men gave the miners’ relatives the treatment previously reserved for the decadent “alcoholics” and “homosexuals” of GeziPark.
Sir Andrew Green: Romanian and Bulgarian immigration is still consistent with our 50,000-a-year forecast
Besides, one quarter’s figures do not alter the bigger picture. It may not be long before net migration from the EU exceeds that from the rest of the world.
Priti Patel MP: Abu Qatada deported. Bogus colleges closed. New benefit controls. How Conservatives are controlling immigration
New restrictions have also been placed on EU migrants wishing to come to the UK, which is in complete contrast to anything done by Labour.
Have economic changes and welfare reform made any difference to the desire to migrate from Eastern Europe?