Tag Archives: European Elections

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 … Continue reading

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Fiona Hall writes . . .

Fiona Hall, our retiring (alas) MEP writes today as follows : “The European Election results are this evening and whatever happens I’m proud of the campaign we have run. We have stuck to our principles and stood up for Britain’s … Continue reading

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More on Voter Engagement

The European Movement writes today as follows :   “The European Movement UK together with the UK Embassies of the 27 EU member states, the European Commission Representation to the UK, and the European Parliament Information Office in the UK, … Continue reading

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Our Angelika . . .

Speaking at the British Influence conference launch in Newcastle today, Euro-Candidate Angelika Schneider gave the following speech: Do you remember where you were 25 years ago, on the 9th of November 1989, when the Berlin Wall came down? I was … Continue reading

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