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Courant Times – Tuesday 4th August 2015

August 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

KIP:- The Squid: Exclusive interview with Steven Woolfe MEP at YI conference Nottingham Calais Crisis:- Express: Outrage as migrants set to move into former care home using taxpayers’ cash BBC: Coach driver fined over migrants told to pay up or lose vehicle Mail: Migrants overun French help [...]

Renegotiation and the Referendum

August 2, 2015 // 0 Comments

The recent Survation survey on voting prospects for the European referendum has been discussed in a recent article by Brian Otridge.   Brian makes some good points and it’s worth following the link to the Survation report to find out more.  It’s a very good report, quite unbiased, [...]

Courant Times – Saturday 1st August 2015

August 1, 2015 // 0 Comments

UKIP:- Farage on Friday: We need to be less frightened of France to tackle Calais chaos Common Sense:- Express: Farmers have nothing to fear from quitting the EU, says Farage Home Affairs:- Express: Sex attacker stays in Britain because of EU family rights – despite ‘walking out on [...]

The Positive Benefits for the UK of a Post-EU Transition

July 31, 2015 // 0 Comments

On the evening of the convincing ‘OXI’ or ‘No’ vote of the referendum in Greece, we had even more reason to consider our own impending referendum. The UK referendum on EU membership is more than a simple request for a verdict on a package of economic austerity measures; it [...]

EFTA, self-government, winning with European Allies

July 31, 2015 // 0 Comments

A winning strategy will help the UK gain self-government and restore Britain’s liberties and prosperity, in the EU referendum. What can Britain learn from attacks by European countries, in the past, on self-government of the UK and other European countries? And how was self-government restored? I [...]

Courant Times – Thursday 30th July 2015

July 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

UKIP:- BBC: Nigel Farage: The ‘No’ campaign starts now Nigel Farage answers reporters questions on the ‘NO’ campaign Express: David Cameron’s EU renegotiation’s are nothing more than a PR excercise, blasts Nigel Farage Jill Seymour MEP: Interfering EU rules are [...]

EU Referendum Poll shows we have an uphill but not impossible task

July 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Alliance for Direct Democracy (ADDE) in Europe have commissioned Survation to conduct a poll on the EU Referendum, and it still shows we have an uphill battle there, despite all the recent events that do not show the EU in a very good light. First of all, who are the ADDE? I have to admit I [...]

The rise of Global Unions

July 29, 2015 // 0 Comments

Until the 20th century there were no Organisations which applied to most of the world; now there are approximately thirty-thousand, and counting… Above them all, of course, comes the United Nations which in 1945 replaced the League of Nations, set up in 1920 to prevent a recurrence of the [...]

Courant Times – Sunday 26th July 2015

July 26, 2015 // 0 Comments

Common Sense:- Mail: Now It’s UKIP the musical Home Affairs:- Telegraph: Cameron takes the fight to ISIL, drafting plans to intervene against jihadists in Libya Express: Top secret plans for 5,000 armed troops to patrol our streets if Britain is attacked Mail: Welcome to London: Muslim gang [...]

Courant Times – Thursday 23rd July 2015

July 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

UKIP:- Telegraph: Labour’s collapse is great for UKIP: says Douglas Carswell Guardian: ‘Cameron is the repository of every failed orthodoxy of the age‘  Owen Jones meets Douglas Carswell Common Sense:-  LBC:- Watch as Nige from Kent poses a question to the Labour leadership [...]
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