Tag Archives: Albion Alliance
THE ALBION ALLIANCE presents..
INFORMATION. Information is power, we all know that, but until now in the UK the politicians and the media have had a virtual monopoly on information coming out of the EU, and on the way in which it is shaped … Continue reading
The Albion Alliance says the fight must go on.
The Albion Alliance says the fight must go on. In April we wrote to you with the following: Well Gordon Brown has finally gone to see the Queen, Parliament has been prorogued and the MP’s are no more. Many have … Continue reading
EU Commission plans EU-wide information sharing of UK taxpayers’ details
This little gem was picked up on Bill Cash’s European Journal website today. On 8 June, the Council reached a political agreement on a draft regulation on administrative cooperation and combating fraud in the field of value added tax. The … Continue reading
Beware Coalitions bearing gifts..
Now that the dust is beginning to settle in and around Downing St, an army of bloggers and journalists begin the work of picking through the details of the Coalition Agreement, and I have to say that by the hour … Continue reading
Albion Alliance – next steps
Its been a long and interesting weekend. I travelled north to meet my colleagues in the Albion Alliance, spending 2 days thrashing out some fairly detailed ideas and plans on how we move the campaign forward in the wake of … Continue reading
Podcast: 20 minutes with Ian Parker-Joseph
Did a 20minute podcast with the worldly wise legal blogger Charonqc on Tuesday. It is always a pleasure chatting with one of the wittiest people on the internet. I could have called him a dry wit, but I think the … Continue reading
Place your vote with your conscience
It is now less than 24 hours before the voting stations open in the 2010 UK General Election. After 3 weeks of end to end coverage, there has been some positive campaigning countered by even more negative campaigning, there have … Continue reading
Lisbon Treaty must be re-ratified – EU
In the autumn, Britain will have to re-ratify the Lisbon Treaty. Over in Brussels things are afoot and the first major Foreign Policy act of a new UK Prime Minister will be to go to Brussels to rubber stamp a … Continue reading
Election: Look a little closer at the small print
While walking down the street one day a “Member of Parliament” is tragically hit by a truck and dies. His soul arrives in heaven and is met by St. Peter at the entrance. ‘Welcome to heaven,’ says St. Peter.. ‘Before … Continue reading
Iceland could be our saviour
As the near continent wide ban on aircraft movements enters its 4th day, and the airports of Europe begin to resemble refugee camps and field hospitals, a bigger and much more pressing set of questions now come to the fore. … Continue reading