Monthly Archives: May 2011
A leaked copy of the latest draft of a proposed “Agreement between the United States of America and the European Union on the use transfer of Passenger Name Record [PNR] data to the United States Department of Homeland Security” has … Continue reading
It has long been said that LPUK attracts the nutters, something that I have tried to dismiss over the years but now… well with all the turmoil, the coup and the agitator in chief Malcolm Saunders calling the shots I … Continue reading
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It has been nearly 25 years since I last visited the Islands of Malta, so it was nice to spend a relaxing holiday there again, although the changes that have taken place in that time are all too apparent, some … Continue reading
Report dated 6th May. Greece is considering leaving the eurozone, according to SPEIGEL ONLINE International, part of Germany’s Der Spiegel. “Athens is considering withdrawing from the euro zone. The common currency area’s finance ministers and representatives of the European Commission … Continue reading
… that we are a part of the new Soviet Empire – the EU. Astonishingly, they even have to take a photograph of the flag flying and email it to the European Commission to ensure the regulations are being observed. … Continue reading
We have all heard of Green papers and White papers, but what the hell are non-papers and position papers? Ask the Dutch, because they have just submitted some to the EU on their proposed policy of kicking out anyone (especially … Continue reading