Tag Archives: Europe

Is Lord Hill’s appointment really a ‘victory for Britain’?

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The tendency to see EU policy as a battle between competing nations should be more problematic for the left.

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The right is split – good news for the left

David Cameron, the Member for Brussels Central, has run out of ways to lie to his eurosceptic backbenchers – rejoice!

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Cameron’s migrant benefit move is even worse than you think

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The latest restrictions on migrants claiming benefits won’t only harm migrant workers but also Britons.

Posted in A Britain We All Call Home | Also tagged , , , , , , , | 13 Responses

Bundesbank calls for higher wages across Eurozone

The call follows a raft of recent reports highlighting inequality as a threat to the global economy.

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Tar sands provide an opportunity to show the EU as a force for good

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The European Commission must ban the sale of tar sands crude oil in the EU.

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Tory ally convicted of race hate appointed to Civil Liberties committee

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A Finnish MEP and ally of David Cameron with a criminal record for inciting racial hatred has been appointed to the Civil Liberties Committee of the European Parliament.

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Poor people in Britain – poorer than those in similar-sized economies

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Incomes in the West Midlands are significantly lower than in the poorest regions of Germany, France, Belgium, Austria, Denmark, Sweden and Finland.

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Why the left should be just as angry about Juncker as David Cameron

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The fact that David Cameron recognises the unsuitability of Jean Claude Juncker doesn’t make it any less true.

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Left Foot Forward readers overwhelmingly back free movement

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74 per cent do not want restrictions put on the free movement of labour within the EU.

Posted in A Britain We All Call Home | Also tagged , , , | 7 Responses

Cameron’s choice of ally in Europe makes it harder to achieve reform

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Serious reform can only be delivered by building alliances with mainstream leaders in Europe.

Posted in A Britain We All Call Home | Also tagged , , , , , | 9 Responses
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