Monthly Archives: March 2010

Osborne’s NICs Pledge is Spot On

This morning I Tweeted: “They say that George Osborne’s NICs pledge will cost £5bn. But it may cost nothing, if it saves jobs and promotes employment”. Let me expand on that. For a start, why do we still talk about … Continue reading

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The Menace of the European Arrest Warrant

Two Derby men, David Birkinshaw and Matthew Neale, have suffered a grave injustice, and the fault lies fair and square with the European Arrest Warrant, which is a major threat to our rights and freedoms under the law. Readers will … Continue reading

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The Impotence of the EU’s Fundamental Rights Charter

The Impotence of the EU’s Fundamental Rights Charter Let me be clear: I have always opposed the European Constitution/Lisbon Treaty, for reasons which I have rehearsed many times.  And I have opposed the associated Charter of Fundamental Rights.  I believe … Continue reading

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For Fatherland and Freedom

The Guardianista agitprop machine, with the Labour Press Office in tow, is in full cry after our European allies in the European Conservatives Group.  Much of their fire has been directed at our leader Michal Tomas Kaminski and his Polish … Continue reading

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Derby Two: Piling on the Agony

The case of the Derby Two, David Birkinshaw and Matthew Neale, and their trial in Riga, becomes ever more convoluted — and increases the anxiety and distress piled on the accused and their families. The alleged offence took place in … Continue reading

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Statement by the Spanish authorities concerning the Ley de Costas petitions

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Spanish Government faces flak over property scams

Yesterday in the European parliament’s Petitions Committee, a Spanish government spokesman attracted widespread condemnation for Spain’s failure, over many years, to act on extensive property scams, affecting British and other buyers of Spanish holiday and retirement homes. In the meeting, … Continue reading

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