MORNING STAR EDITORIAL - "Which side are EU on?"
Sir Michael Rakes's clarion call to businesses to "speak out early" in favour of remaining in a "reformed" European Union is entirely predictable. But what side should trades unionists take on the EU?
Hundreds of Bangladeshis fly into Britain for ONE DAY to claim housing benefit in massive fraud racket which has cost UK taxpayer millions
Monday, 25 May 2015 12:17
Italy-based migrants 'arrived at Stansted before interviews at Jobcentre'
Bangladeshis got National Insurance numbers for use on bogus pay slips
All they needed then were fake addresses to help them apply for handouts
Fraud in east London allegedly made millions of pounds over three years
Labour 'to ditch its opposition to EU poll': Acting leader Harriet Harman to confirm the U-turn now the referendum is inevitable
Sunday, 24 May 2015 05:28
Leadership candidates Burnham, Kendall and Creagh told Labour to accept
Ed Miliband said the referendum was a 'clear and present danger' to jobs
Cameron is pushing for an in/out referendum before the end of 2017
UK referendum will not affect push for capital markets union - EU finance chief
Saturday, 23 May 2015 09:57
A push towards a capital markets union in the European Union will continue regardless of a planned referendum in Britain on its membership of the 28-country bloc, EU financial services chief Jonathan Hill said on Friday.
David Cameron hints at early EU referendum during Riga visit
Saturday, 23 May 2015 09:22
David Cameron raised the prospect of an early referendum on European Union membership as he launched a diplomatic whirlwind to renegotiate Britain’s place in the EU.
Deutsche Bank examine plans to move out of the UK if Britain votes to leave the European Union in 2017 referendum
Wednesday, 20 May 2015 22:11
German firm is first financial giant to suggest it could quit the UK
Deutsche Bank employs more than 8,000 people in its London offices
Tories promise to claw back powers from Brussels before in-out vote
Bank of England warned of business 'uncertainty' over the referendum
The European Gendarmerie Force: The Prospect of Mass Civil Unrest in Europe - Mercenaries Above the Law
Sunday, 24 May 2015 07:44
On June 27 Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova signed association agreements with the EU. The move was presented as a decisive turn for democracy and human rights. But some issues related to the decision had been purposefully kept under the radar screen. Media assured the grassroots were not adequately provided information about some crucially important aspects of the step to be taken by their respective governments that have chosen the so-called European choice.
Owen Paterson: leaving European Union could increase prosperity and boost jobs Senior Tory says quitting EU is not ‘leap into dark’ and would ‘galvanise’ single market
Saturday, 23 May 2015 18:11
Owen Paterson, the former Conservative Cabinet minister, has said that leaving the European Union could boost the British economy.
Speaking after the Bank of England accidentally emailed details of its secret plan to investigate the impact of quitting the EU, Mr Paterson said it was wrong to suggest that the banking industry would be threatened by the move.
The European Union as a Foreign Policy Weakling - Does the EU lack the will to deal with its eastern “partners” at Riga?
Saturday, 23 May 2015 09:43
It used to be said about NATO that it was designed to keep the Russians out, the Americans in and the Germans down.
In a similar vein, the EU’s foreign policy vis-à-vis its unhappy neighbors consists of giving Russia too much say, while the Balkan and other non-EU Eastern European nations are offered an unfortunate mix of too little hope, too many lectures and not enough solidarity.
UK finance study says harsh rules would crimp EU growth
Thursday, 21 May 2015 23:34
LONDON (Reuters) - Banning some trading activities and taxing stock and bond transactions would cut the contribution of the European Union's financial sector to jobs and growth significantly, a study published by the City of London said on Thursday.
Tory peer slams Europe for 'stupid' regulation Telegraph
Tuesday, 19 May 2015 13:22
Tory peer slams Europe for 'stupid' regulation
Lord Young, former enterprise adviser to the Prime Minister, has criticised European regulation, claiming that the UK's affairs are 'none of their business'.
- MEPs rebuff transparency call and boost parliament budget
- “The European Union is not a community of shared values”
- Exit wouldn't hurt trade, says boss of JCB: Digger giant's chief believes leaving EU 'won't make blind bit of difference'
- ISIS supporters post photos of notes showing group's logo and messages near famous Italian landmarks warning of counting down 'till the zero hour'
UK Budget busted by EU Cranks
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Crumbling EU recovery threatens UK growth: Figures show that Britain's economy grew at its slowest pace in a year
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European Commission adopts ‘Partnership Agreement’ with Romania on using EU Structural and Investment Funds for growth and jobs in 2014-2020
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UK should consider leaving the EU warns Legal & General boss
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EU Supports Moldova To Secure FTA Benefits
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