Tag Archives: Eurosceptics

UKIP’s victory isn’t about Eurosceptism‏


UKIP’s success in the European and local elections 2014 is not about Euroscepticism. In fact the UK is becoming increasingly pro-EU.

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Migration Watch’s new Eurosceptic policy: a victory for Blue Labour

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Migration Watch have come round to the Eurosceptic Blue Labour position they rejected three years ago.

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Cameron’s Gathering EU Storm

TweetThe forthcoming speech by David Cameron, set to define the Conservative’s long-term attitude to EU membership, is due soon. Egged on by an anti-EU right wing cabal of the 2010 intake of Eurosceptic MPs, others fearing for their seats because of the recent bounce by the head bangers in UKIP, plus the anti EU media, […]

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Will Clegg fight against a Fresh Start on the EU?

Alex Hern reports on the Fresh Start group’s upcoming white paper, and asks what the Liberal Democrat reaction to it will be.

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