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Polling Information: East Folkestone Town Councillor Election Thursday 17 September 2015

16 September 2015   The election for a Town Councillor for East Folkestone will be held on Thursday 17 September 2015, between the hours of 7:00 am and 10:00 pm. Our Candidate is Neil JONES, UK Independence Party (UKIP). If you are on the electoral register for the East Folkestone, you are entitled to vote at the following Polling Stations: The Salvation Army Citadel, 75-79 Canterbury Road, Folkes .....continue reading

EU Referendum Too Close To Call, According To New Poll

15 September 2015   The new wording of the EU referendum question seems to have helped the Brexit cause. Since the Yes/No question changed to Remain/Leave, support for staying in the European Union appears to have ebbed away. According to a new ICM poll 40 per cent now say they’d vote for Britain to leave the EU, compared to 43 per cent who would vote to remain In. This three-point gap is within the usu .....continue reading

With Friends Like Juncker, Who Needs Enemies?

15 September 2015    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 continent for whatever reason has placed serious str .....continue reading

You Want EU Facts? We Eurosceptics Have Got 1,000 Pages Of Them

15 September 2015   At Business for Britain, they welcome any calls for a fact-based debate in this often highly-charged issue (in fact, we set out over 1,000 pages of them here). However, it seems that, even though they’ve only been established a few days, the "In campaign" seem to be breaking their own golden rule already. By pledging to give a voice to those who want to keep “Britain in Europe&rdq .....continue reading

European Union Exit Could Make British Households £933 Richer

15 September 2015   Lower taxes, cheaper food and clothes -- these are just some of benefits of life outside the EU The typical British household would be almost £1,000 a year better off if Britain is forced to leave the European Union, a new analysis has shown. British businesses trading with the EU would also be no worse off outside the EU’s free-trade agreement because the Government would save eno .....continue reading

Merkel Expects Cameron To Back EU Army In Exchange For Renegotiation

15 September 2015   Angela Merkel will expect David Cameron to drop his opposition to an EU army in exchange for supporting Britain’s renegotiation, the Telegraph has been told. The German chancellor will ask Britain to stand aside as she promotes an ambitious blueprint to integrate continental Europe’s armed forces. It comes as Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, said Britain .....continue reading

Paul Kenny Leader Of The Gmb Union Says He Could Imagine Imagine Campaigning For Leaving The Eu

15 September 2015


Paul Kenny says "Yeah I could" -  imagine campaigning for leaving the EU.

Tim Tozer, Chairman And Md Of Vauxhall: Britain Leaving The EU Is Not A Cause For Concern.

15 September 2015


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