REFERENDUM IN GREECE

On July 3, 2015 By

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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The Waterloo Analogy

On June 30, 2015 By

The Waterloo Analogy

As the EU Referendum campaign gets under way the comparisons with the Battle of Waterloo are growing.

On the one side is a powerful force determined to force a political union on as much of Europe as it can bully into submission. Today’s Europhile Yes Men play the role of Napoleon – […]

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The EU referendum is for the British to decide

You know when the masters of a political campaign are worried, not only do they rely on choreographed scaremongering but they will try to fix the vote too.

Make no mistake, the EUphiles are very, very worried they might lose. Thus, every possible advantage to gain […]

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Don’t be influenced by the “lies and fear” tactics used in 1975 and being used again – Lord Stoddart

FROM THE PRESS OFFICE OF
The Lord Stoddart of Swindon
(Independent Labour)
Mobile: 07734-457390
e-mail: stuartgulleford@intamail.com

News Release

5th June 2015

The independent Labour Peer, Lord Stoddart of Swindon has commemorated […]

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In Conversation with … Edward Spalton, Chairman of the Campaign for an Independent Britain

 

Brexit Magazine: How did your first get involved with the Eurosceptic Movement?

Edward Spalton: In 1972 I was co-opted onto  a Ministry of Agriculture committee, preparing the way for the Common Agricultural Policy. I learned that our family feed milling business […]

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