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Britons "to Be Fined By Meddling European Union For Not Recycling Enough"

17 July 2015   Britons could be fined for not recycling enough under controversial new plans set out by meddling Eurocrats. Households will be forced to recycle or reuse a staggering 70 per cent of their rubbish under the European Parliament's proposals. Families could also be given smaller dustbins to ensure they meet the target, backed by MEPs at a summit yesterday. Last year the 28 members of the European .....continue reading

Brexit Vote Could Trigger European Free Market

17 July 2015   A British vote to leave the European Union could spark a movement towards free markets across the continent. A British exit from the EU could spark a free market “chain reaction” across the continent, encouraging countries such as Denmark and Sweden to take control of their own destiny. Politicians from Switzerland and Iceland’s largest parties claim the UK would be able to sta .....continue reading

Britain Forced To Hand £1.7bn More To European Union, Budget Papers Reveal

17 July 2015   BRITISH taxpayers are expected to be forced to hand over an extra £1.7billion more to the EU over the next five years than previously thought, Budget documents revealed. Figures showed that the UK's contribution to Brussels coffers is set to be higher than estimated at the last Budget in March. Most of the rise will be the result of revised forecasts of the amount of VAT collected by the G .....continue reading

Renewables Drain Our Resources

17 July 2015   Environmental advantages of renewable energy are a myth – Fusion Energy is the way forward says Anthony Trewavas Renewables use sun, water, wind; energy sources that won’t run out. Non-renewables come from things like gas, coal and uranium that one day will. But unless electricity and motorised transport are abandoned altogether, all “renewables” need huge areas of land or .....continue reading

Key Points On Budget - 08 July 2015

08 July 2015    Local Government: Public sector pay increase set at 1% for next four years Greater Manchester to be granted powers over fire service, children’s services, employment and establishment of a land commission; working towards deals with Liverpool, Sheffield and Leeds Planning reforms – Productivity Plan to be published on Friday South East: Upgrading of domestic rail service .....continue reading

Was Britain Taken Into The EU Illegally?

08 July 2015   Many constitutional experts believe that Britain isn't actually a member of the European Union since our apparent entry was in violation of British law and was, therefore invalid. In enacting the European Communities Bill through an ordinary vote in the House of Commons, Ted Heath's Government breached the constitutional convention which requires a prior consultation of the people (either by a ge .....continue reading

How The EU Parliament Works - And It’s Not Like Westminster

08 July 2015   To begin with, the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) are not elected as in Britain, on a ‘first past the post’ system but by a ‘party-list’ type of proportional representation. There is currently a total of 766 seats in the EU Parliament and these are allocated to each member state on the basis of population, Germany having the largest number and Maltathe fewest; a .....continue reading

Change, Or Go: How Britain Would Gain Influence And Prosper Outside An Unreformed Eu

22 June 2015   On the 21 June 2015 a major new publication was launched by Business for Britain. Business for Britain has launched a major new business publication entitled "Change, or Go: How Britain would gain influence and prosper outside an unreformed EU". The publication will be serialised throughout the week, with sections released on the website as they are published in the Daily Telegraph. The compreh .....continue reading

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