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Open Europe today published a new report, “Nothing to Declare – A plan for UK-EU trade outside the Customs Union” This study concludes that leaving the EU’s Customs Union is the right decision for the UK, allowing it to pursue an independent trade policy and achieve its “Global Britain” ambition. It assesses different models of collaboration outside a customs union, and argues that the UK and the EU should agree full cooperation on the practicalities and administration of customs as part of a comprehensive free trade deal. Open Europe’s Aarti Shankar said, “There is a trade-off between minimising disruption to UK-EU trade and ensuring the UK is able to shape its own trade policy post-Brexit. Any model that keeps the UK ‘half-in’ the EU’s Customs Union would constrain its ability to strike trade deals across the world.” The report was trailed by numerous outlets, including The Press Association, The Times, Bloomberg, The Guardian and Reuters.
ENENews: Report: Hundreds of millions of Pacific salmon missing, presumed dead — Gov’t issues emergency order along US West Coast — Japan suffering historic collapse, fish starving to death — All forms of ocean life dying in stunning numbers across Pacific
Published: March 19th, 2017 at 3:40 pm US ET
South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL), Mar 16, 2017 (emphasis added): The low salmon run size for the Yuba River appears to be part of another regional salmon collapse. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife point to preliminary data from the Sacramento River that indicates salmon runs have also dropped to record low levels. According to Dan Bacher’s reporting, last year’s salmon run on the Klamath River was a 38-year low… Gary Reedy, SYRCL’s consulting salmon expert reports that “A new crash for the Central Valley Chinook salmon is not unexpected.”…
by Tyler Durden, Mar 24, 2017 5:00 AM
Rinkeby is a suburban housing estate near Stockholm, where the Swedish welfare state keeps a large number of unassimilated migrants. 90% of the population is non-Swedish and many of these are Somalians given to crime and rioting.
Read full story: HERE
GERMANY will be able to takeover Europe “as if it won the war” after Britain leave the European Union (EU), according to Conservative peer Lord Heseltine.
Telegraph Headline: ‘Ukip’s biggest donor and David Cameron’s former strategist in plot to oust 100 Remain MPs’ – Chopper’s Brexit Podcast Episode 4
A millionaire former donor to the UK Independence Party and David Cameron’s ex-policy guru are joining forces to try to unseat 100 Remain-supporting MPs at the next general election, The Telegraph can disclose.
Read full story (Recommended): HERE
Author Dr Anthony Coughlan, Associate Professor Emeritus in Social Policy at Trinity College Dublin.
Basic critical facts on the EU/Eurozone
Professor Anthony Coughlan of Trinity College Dublin and TEAM the international Alliance of EU-Critical movements has compiled a handbook for Europe’s democrats, whether on the political Right, Left or Centre.
Readers are invited to use or adapt this document for their own purposes, including changing its title if desired, and to circulate it to others without any need of reference to or acknowledgement of its source. People circulating it to others might consider adding an addendum outlining their own country’s experience of the EU/Eurozone.
Follow link to download pdf Brochure: http://www.brugesgroup.com/images/pdfs/tacklingtheeuempirehandbook.pdf
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A series of political elections will be held in 2017, with many to be fought on lines of ‘for’ and ‘against’ membership of the euro. For the first time since its inception in 1957, the European Union cannot afford to take its future for granted.