In an interview on the Andrew Marr Show the soon to be ex-European Commission President, Jose Manuel Barroso, commenced an attack on the Prime Minister’s plans to make immigration a key area in negotiations with the EU.

His intervention confirms two things:

1. That unelected EU bureaucrats are determined not to allow the UK to [...]

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A new report has recommended that small businesses should be exempt “wherever possible” from EU law as the EU’s own High Level Group on Administrative Burdens reveals that EU regulations cost small business over €40 billion a year.

This admission will be revealed later today by ex-EU Commission chief Jose Manuel Barroso and illustrates that the [...]

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Up until the 1970’s, Clacton was an extremely successful tourist town. It was in the ‘70’s that the once popular tourist town was hit hard by cheap foreign travel. Some airlines, especially to neighbouring European countries such as Spain, would offer holiday specials which allowed families to vacation elsewhere for a fraction of the cost. [...]

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The UK Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling, has announced that a Conservative government after the next election would ensure that UK courts have ultimate authority over the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). In doing so, it would put the UK courts first over decisions such as that of prisoner voting rights, something that was opposed by [...]

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