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- My final speech in Strasbourg – Two-seat parliament a perfect metaphor for the hubris and futility of EU project
- The European parliament: an apology
- COP21 climate agreement: An eye-watering amount of money for virtually no return
- £100,000 mis-spent?
- EU energy labelling: confusing consumers and creating problems for industry
Ian Terry on My final speech in Strasbourg… EdwardM on My final speech in Strasbourg… geoffmprice on “Climate deniers are… John Burnett on “Climate deniers are… KennieD on My final speech in Strasbourg…
- Beware of “Smart Meters”
- Jonathan Bullock Joins UKIP
- ‘Consensus’? What ‘consensus’?
- North Korea: The land of Cognitive Dissonance
- Reuniting lost or stolen dogs with their owners
- Hinkley Point -- Deal or No Deal?
- A space divided. A future together?
- Ken on rape: badly phrased, but basically right
- Why we lost the Sawley by-election
- Political Correctness strikes at the National Trust
- 909,949 hits
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Tag Archives: campaign
We’ve campaigned. We’ve lobbied. We’ve marched. We’ve demonstrated (in December, you recall, I was fined £600 for demonstrating for a referendum in the Strasbourg parliament). We’ve collected signatures on petitions. We’ve printed leaflets. There have been dozens of village referendums. … Continue reading