Sooner or later there is going to be a referendum on Britain’s relationship with the EU. We do not yet know when it will be, nor what question it will be asking, but we can be confident that it will happen.

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When that day comes, it will be essential for the […]

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Can Gordon Brown damage his reputation with the British public any more?

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The former Chancellor and prime minister who boasted brazenly that there would be no more boom and bust – and then was complicit in delivering the largest bust we’ve ever known? The man who sold our gold reserves at […]

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As we approach the general election in May there will be many old myths revived to try and scare the British public into seeing things a certain way. One of the biggest and most persistent myths comes from the pro-EU lobby that claims without continued membership by […]

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The amount that the UK spends on EU membership will rise 22.2% over the next five years until 2020, new government figures show.

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Provoked by questions asked by Better Off Out support Lord Stoddart of Swindon, figures provided by the Government show that it predicts the UK will spend £14.2 billion more […]

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UK borrowing has leaped in the first part of this year after the government was given a highly controversial bill from the EU.

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According to the Office of National Statistics, UK public sector borrowing, excluding bank bailouts, was £13.1 billion – £2.9 billion higher than the same month last year.

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