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Bullet Articles (February 2016)
  - Forcing job centres to advertise across EU will only drive more people to UK - Jonathan Arnott MEP
  - Tobacco agreement shows where real power lies - Jonathan Arnott MEP
  - European Ombudsman inept at tackling Brussels excesses - Jonathan Arnott MEP
  - Cameron's pig in a poke is not the real issue - Gerard Batten MEP
  - Advertising UK jobs across EU for big business - Mike Hookem MEP
  - We face Brexit referendum whether we like it or not, says Labour MEP Willmott
  - 'Your politically inspired currency does not work' - Patrick O'Flynn MEP
  - Greens leader believes Cameron's agreement cannot last 'in the long run'
  - Socialist leader confirms European Parliament will need to examine Cameron's agreement
  - No more negotiations after UK referendum - James Carver MEP
  - Cameron's sham deal is not even legally binding - UKIP Leader Nigel Farage
  - EU energy policy undermining our economy and increasing global emissions - Roger Helmer MEP
  - Weapons directive does nothing to protect our citizens - James Carver MEP
  - 'Ever Closer Union' report makes absolute nonsense of Cameron's claim - Roger Helmer MEP
  - Not such a 'done deal' after all - Roger Helmer MEP
  - Weapons directive penalises the law abiding not criminals and terrorists - Gerard Batten MEP
  - Questions to the Israeli foreign minister in the European Parliament - James Carver MEP
  - Questions to the Iranian foreign minister in the European Parliament - James Carver MEP
  - Get EU red tape off the back of small and medium-sized enterprises - Bill Etheridge MEP
  - Pet animal tracking not a job for Eurocrats - Julia Reid MEP
  - Spending a fortune on a railway system the average commuter will not afford - David Coburn MEP
  - The Bismarcks of the 21st Century - Nathan Gill MEP
  - Big-group carve-ups in the European Parliament - Jonathan Arnott MEP
  - West Midlands region forced into combined authority designed around EU loans and funds - Bill Etheridge MEP
  - The EU is putting women in direct risk - Margot Parker MEP
  - Investor-state dispute mechanism subverts national laws - Ray Finch MEP
  - EU meddling is just making Libya situation worse - James Carver MEP
  - Western bombing led to anarchy in Libya and crisis in Europe - Ray Finch MEP
  - EU breaks own rules when ends justify means - James Carver MEP
  - British people will also be voting on EU expansionism - James Carver MEP
  - Calais migrants speaking with their feet about euro economy - David Coburn MEP
  - Greens group leader dodges question on UK 'emergency brake'
  - UK concerns not acknowledged by EU - Bill Etheridge MEP
  - Can you have a fair British immigration policy within the EU? - David Coburn MEP
  - EU policies have supported bankers not ordinary people - Raymond Finch MEP
  - It's people power that will win this referendum - UKIP Leader Nigel Farage MEP
  - EU should not be regulating clinical trials - Julia Reid MEP
  - Cologne cover-up shows politicians care more about Political Correctness than safety of women
  - EU having to resort to bribing Turkey - Bill Etheridge MEP
  - Tackling the migrancy onslaught that Merkel unleashed - Diane James MEP
  - Migrant crisis: the Turkish question - Diane James MEP
  - Migrant crisis: A spectacular failure of EU principles - Jonathan Arnott MEP
  - A taste of what's to come across our continent - UKIP deputy leader Paul Nuttall MEP
  - EU's own definition of 'refugee' has opened door to countless millions - Margot Parker MEP
  - Rich irony over hidden economy - Bill Etheridge MEP
  - EU Corporate Tax: Drawing the Red Line
  - The EU's record on tax kills jobs and stifles innovation - Tim Aker MEP
  - More regulation begets more undeclared work - James Carver MEP
  - Tory MEP says EU better able to tackle undeclared work than UK
  - It is deregulation that promotes economic growth and jobs - Jane Collins MEP
  - Biodiversity: EU centralised bureaucracy not the solution - Jonathan Arnott MEP
  - Labour MEP says scrap metal exports to China can revive UK steel regions
  - Protecting national habitat is a national responsibility - Julia Reid MEP
  - Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA): Will Labour support ratchet clauses?
  - EU's Trade in Services Agreement will not protect UK's world leader status - Jonathan Arnott MEP
  - Entire energy industry dominated by central planning from Brussels - Roger Helmer MEP
  - China dumping steel on UK market - William Dartmouth MEP
  - Labour rights are better determined at national level - William Dartmouth MEP
  - Whatever it takes to save the euro - Jonathan Arnott MEP
  - We should look at countries leaving eurozone rather than joining - Jonathan Arnott MEP
  - Schengen and the euro face collapse - Patrick O'Flynn MEP


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