The extent of the political backlash in the eurozone remains to be seen, but last month’s brutal resolution of the Greek crisis is already propelling Poland’s opposition party to what looks like a sure victory in October parliamentary elections.
The European Commission has been accused of a cover-up after refusing to release details of talks between its officials and the tobacco industry during negotiations over the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) treaty.
Corporate lobbying campaigners published documents that revealed the EU’s executive body had met and corresponded with lobbyists from British American Tobacco and Philip Morris.
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You may have spotted our latest report A Breach of Trust being discussed in newspapers, on the radio and television. The report highlighted the scale of data breaches by local councils, including personal information being lost, stolen or used inappropriately.
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EU Referenda Showdown
Peterborough Key Theatre
2nd September 7.30pm
We warmly welcome you to attend our EU Referendum showdown at the Key Theatre, Embankment Rd, Peterborough. PE1 1EF on Wednesday 2nd September at 7.30pm to 9pm.
Come along and take part in the referendum debate! This promises to be a fast and furious event with speakers from across the political spectrum along with audience participation.
Mark Edwards, editor of ‘The Peterborough Telegraph’ newspaper will chair the debate.
Debating for the ‘Out of the EU’ team will be
“38 degrees” is an independent organisation that, among other things, campaigns to defend our democracy.”
On Sat.22nd. Aug. a small group from “38 degrees” were leafleting in Sudbury to make people aware that the E.U and our Government are negotiating a dangerous trade deal with America. It’s called Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP.
Peter Hitchens’s Mail on Sunday Column, 23 August 2015 8:12 AM
The giant fraud that is Britain’s education system strides ever onwards, messing up many more lives than it improves.
But so many of us –parents, children and teachers – are so deeply implicated in it that we dare not admit the depth, length breadth and height of the folly.
Today’s Sunday Times carries a story about the EU Referendum ‘No’ campaign. It claims that organisers on one half of the ‘No’ camp have said they’ll have no problem raising the £7m maximum spend, and that they’ll already spoken with some government ministers and London Mayor Boris Johnson for their support.
All good news, it seems. Except sadly, for those ‘in the loop’ in Westminster, we know it’s total spin.
Please note: The Get Britain Out campaign is independent and their views do not necessarily reflect those of UKIP
Dear Friends and Supporters,
A delusion persists among certain ‘Eurosceptic’ circles about David Cameron being able to deliver a good deal for Britain from Brussels or the EU. Many are waiting for the results of his so-called ‘renegotiations’. Waiting for him to come out waving his white flag, attempting to con us all he has won huge concessions.
He has already been told :
- No Treaty change
- No change to Freedom of Movement
- No change to Border Control
- No No No