We are still paying £11.3 billion a year to be part of a club which cuts the disposable income of the neediest in our society.
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Like a vote for Ukip, to fly the St George’s Cross is as much to declare one’s antipathy to the liberal, metropolitan well-to-do middle-classes as it is a protest against the EU.
The UK government’s challenge to the European Union’s cap on bankers’ bonuses has been throw out by the advocate general.
British Future’s report shows how the fear of being stereotyped stops the moderate majority from communicating their ideas.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has today ruled that the UK government must take urgent action over its failure to tackle air pollution.
Chancellor George Osborne’s has been slapped down by his EU counterparts and by the Financial Times over his claim to have halved the UK’s £1.7bn EU budget surcharge.
The only way to see off anti-EU and extreme right-wing parties is to start a debate about a radical new direction for Europe.
While European governments have taken action against Russia’s violations of Ukrainian sovereignty, too little is being done about its violations of the rights and freedoms of its own population.