Lancashire Residents hit with Massive Euro Bill

 

New research has revealed that Britain’s membership of the European Union is costing Lancashire £4.1 billion per year – or a whopping £2,700 per person.

New research released today by Better Off Out shows that Lancashire’s share of the total cost to Britain of remaining a member […]

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Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) account for nearly half of the UK economy and are, therefore, of great significance to the well-being of this country.1,2 If Britain were to leave the EU the general impacts on SMEs are likely to relate to regulations, including social and employment regulations, trade policy, immigration policy and funding […]

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Why British Tourism would be Better Off Out

Introduction

Before the end of 2017 Britain will vote in a referendum on whether or not to leave the European Union. Uncertainty about how withdrawal might affect tourism is understandable, but is misdirected. Leaving the EU would have few negative effects on tourism, and those would be […]

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Why British Farmers would be Better Off Out

 

Introduction

Before the end of 2017 Britain will vote in a referendum on whether or not to leave the European Union. Through the Common Agricultural Policy, British farming is heavily influenced by Britain’s membership of the EU, arguably more than any other business sector. Uncertainty about […]

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REFERENDUM IN GREECE

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REFERENDUM IN GREECE

Greek PM Mr. Tsipras announced a referendum on creditor’s bailout demands, and even called for NO. It has been at least 30 years since Greece last held a referendum, so the decision was hailed by the majority of Greek people.

Two days later the government decided to impose capital controls by shutting […]

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