Daily Archives: March 29, 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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