News that the Wall Street bank Citi has started looking at alternatives if the UK leaves the EU should not overly concern those involved in explaining to people that the UK would be Better Off Out.

Firstly, it is unsurprising that companies attempt to ensure that, if circumstances change,  they are able to adapt. It [...]

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The European Court of Human Rights’s ruling that prisoners should be allowed to vote in EU elections marks another attempt to undermine UK sovereignty and the decision making power of the UK’s Parliament and Supreme Court.

The judgement follows other recent cases including the ruling against the giving of life sentences in the UK and [...]

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UKIP MEP Jane Collins  stood up against the latest EU initiative that she described as an attempt to “introduce an EU ID card through the back door”.

The proposal, to introduce an EU wide social security card, could represent a serious threat to the individual freedoms, Mrs Collins argued. Rejected by Parliament in [...]

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Figures from HMRC revealed that the UK Government received over £100 billion – £1 in every £5 pounds spent – through Value Added Tax (VAT) last year.

VAT now costs the average family in the UK £5,753 extra per year, on top of the good or service that they buy. Because of the EU’s Council Directive 2006/112/EC of [...]

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