The Prime Minister updates the House on her discussions with EU leaders.
Posts Tagged: Spain
Quitting it would mean more scope for trade deals and lower prices. Modern countries don’t need such unions to do business.
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.
Rebecca Coulson: Bullfighting. Barbaric butchery that should be banned? Or a popular tradition to be conserved?
Humans kill bulls intentionally, in the name of entertainment, whereas hounds kills foxes instinctively. Is that an important distinction?
Plus: Trump’s folly, Miliband’s mess, my first West Ham game at the Olympic Stadium – and Margaret Thatcher, Queen of Game Shows.
The Ministry of Defence should make a grand gesture by increasing the Royal Navy’s visible presence in Gibraltar.
Iain Dale: Cecil showed it to a Norwich North lady. And she exclaimed: “Just look at the purple head on that!”
Plus: May’s first PMQs. Splash! Olive trees in view. Plosh! Ministers reshuffled. Splurge! Cameroons fired. Whoosh! P.S: Time for another dip in my Spanish pool…
“Terrorists do not “win” when the security and intelligence agencies and the police gain new powers to keep the public safe.”
Advice to the Government’s transitional team.
If Brussels – and our own ‘Continuity Remainers’ – thought Britain could yet be bullied into staying, our chances of a good deal evaporate.
Nadhim Zahawi: The EU cannot solve its problems. Which makes them our problems. Which is why we should leave – and take control.
I believe that this organisation is incapable of providing a swift or lasting solution to problems.
The UK is one of the biggest gainers from EU membership.
There is uncertainty about what exactly the union will do next, but we know that we have consistently failed to nudge things in a better direction in the past.
“For Britain, voting to leave will be a galvanising, liberating, empowering moment of patriotic renewal.”
It was all over the 1975 In campaign. This time round, it is largely absent. What does that say about the state of the European Project?