Tag Archives: European Commission

EU Euphemisms . . .

“The European Union is a remote, elite, bureaucratic, anti-democratic form of supranational governance, to which our politicians have delegated power. Its political objectives transcend national interests: our votes cannot change policy or trajectory. It is unaccountable, and rides roughshod over the wills of the peoples of Europe.” So says the web site of Christians For… Read More »

The European Commission – what it is, and what it is not . . .

I have said in this blog somewhere before now, perhaps repetitiously, that Mr. Cameron has done us all a service with his European antics.  He has been the cause of more information about “Europe” in a few recent months, than in the many years preceding.  This Eurobriefing by the European Movement sets out very well,… Read More »