- The Case
- Better Off Out briefings ahead of European Elections
- Europe Doesn’t Work: A discussion of the three-million-jobs-at-risk lie and related misconceptions
- Setting Business Free: Into the Global Economy
- The EU’s Effect on the UK’s Place in the World
- The Future’s Bright – The Future’s Global
- Why We Should Opt Out: Evidence from the Better Off Out campaign
- Freedom To Attract Trade And Investment
- Get Involved
On August 27, 2015 By admin
The latest figures from the Office of National Statistics shows what many in the Eurosceptic movement have been saying for a number of years: EU migration is out of control.
1. Net long-term international migration is +330,000;
2. Net migration of EU citizens showed a […]
The chief of the EU Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, announced today a plea that EU nations keep a border free existence, hailing the removal of such borders as “one of our [the EU’s] greatest achievements”.
Well, increasing the free movement of workers is one thing, but allowing unchecked anyone in the EU to move around the […]Continue Reading →
The crisis in Greece last month and the subsequent bailout deal have laid bare the dominance of Germany over the EU and Eurozone nations. When crunch talks came it was German Chancellor Angela Merkel who dictated proceedings, refusing to authorise Greek debt relief in order to protect German banks which possess the majority of the […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →