Category Archives: The EU

Mais Non! Ed Milliband wants to import French property laws into the UK

Approaching an election, it is not unusual for left-leaning parties to take a swipe at landlords. The reason is property and ownership of houses, land or flats is always synonymous with wealth. Basic human needs include a roof over one’s … Continue reading

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The EU Must Question Their Priorities Over Women

It’s every parent’s nightmare, and my heart goes out to the Reids, The Connolleys, the Trups and the Gees, desperately thinking out ways to help their children who ventured abroad. We mothers still regard daughters as childlike, the rest of … Continue reading

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Why We Must Boycot the Latvian Site Ask.Fm.

When I was a child, trolls were toys. They had small plastic bodies and brightly coloured  nylon hair that stood up on end.  They were ugly, but kind of cute. And harmless, though, apparently, if you hid them in people’s … Continue reading

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Is the EU ready for Sexual Exploitation?

Some things are better left unsaid, is a known fixed expression. Child sexual abuse just one of them.  Up until ten years ago, very little research at all had been done on it. So it’s hard to know whether the … Continue reading

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Britain’s Common Sense Approach to a Recent EU Policy Must Be Good News For The Future

First published on British Influence In Europe Forum on 30th May 2013 The fact that MEPs voted on a reform recently and got the result they did was good news for any future relationship between the UK and the EU. … Continue reading

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`Why turn up at the EU party when guests have already started to leave?’

The debate over leaving the EU has wound up to fever pitch. Always a-simmering, it’s boiled up intensely following the rising of UKIP — the party which wants Britain to pull out of the EU right now—and other reported recent … Continue reading

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What we can learn from Nigel Farage and it’s not about European Immigration

Despite being involved with politics since 1994, and drawing a salary for some years from the EP, Nigel Farage, by his own admission, is not a career politician. Therefore this charismatic self-publicist with patriotic fervour, UKIPs leader who is currently … Continue reading

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