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ACTA – The greatest power giveaway in History

Updated 25/11/10 Well the dumb-asses went and did it. MEPs passed a resolution effectively approving the ACTA with 331 votes in favour, 294 against, and 11 abstentions. Sovereignty. It is one of those rights that you are born with, that … Continue reading

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‘I am elected’ protests flustered Barroso

The one thing that we can always bank on, is that Nigel Farage will say it as it is, without all the political nicely nicely double speak that pervades the parliaments in the EU and Westminster. Here he speaks against … Continue reading

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Smoking Ban, the curious case of the missing news item

There has been a deal of interest in a post that I had put up earlier this month on the Bill to Amend the Smoking Ban. There had earlier in the day been a number of referrals from the Henry … Continue reading

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THE CASE AGAINST THE EU AND SUPRANATIONALISM

Today I bring you an essay written by D. Andrews. D. Andrews is a writer and researcher who lives in England, loves his country and is deeply concerned about the decline of freedom in his own land and the rest … Continue reading

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The State of the Union (european version)

Today, its time to take a good cold hard look at the EU, and how the new post Lisbon EU state has started to impose its will and its influence on us here in the UK. My colleague James Higham … Continue reading

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Exemption from investigation order 2010

Laid before parliament today is yet another Statutory Instrument – the 239th such order of 2010, laid before parliament on 17th Feb (today, whilst they are on a break until 22nd Feb), due to come into force on 12th March. … Continue reading

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Norfolk loses its County Town

In the rush to enable the national 2 tier local authority system to bring us into line with the rest of the EU, as from April 2011 Norfolk will lose its ancient County Town. Norwich will become a County!! and … Continue reading

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More EU clarity

Here is yet another clarification by Statutory Instrument, a tool used to inject EU law and regulations into UK law without having to bother those overworked MP’s (who are on yet another break) by scrutinising or debating anything in parliament. … Continue reading

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Meet your new Government

Whilst Cameron, Brown and Clegg argue the toss over who is going to be in charge of Britain’s regional affairs at the next General Election, your real Government, the Executive Commission of the European State, was today appointed. Continue reading

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‘Charged’ MPs – The ‘Theory’ (Nudge, Nudge) Gathers Pace!

Reverting to the post yesterday in Witterings from Witney in which a ‘theory’ was put forward, it would appear matters are proceeding at a pace I did not envisage. Stories have appeared, here and here, confirming that the MPs charged … Continue reading

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