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Bullet Articles (July 2017)
  - Foreign affairs committee: UKIP MEP James Carver questions Jordanian foreign minister
  - EU-Africa Strategy: We can't have a one-cap-fits-all approach - James Carver MEP
  - You can breed and patent an improved variety, but can you patent a new species?
  - EU commission unable to differentiate between tax avoidance and tax evasion - David Coburn MEP
  - 16-foot rowing boat holds a fifth of the entire fishing quota for the South West of England
  - Will EU forces in Sub-Saharan Africa get drawn into a Mission Creep? - Bill Etheridge MEP
  - Why should British taxpayers pay benefits for EU citizens who may not even live in the UK? - Gerard Batten MEP
  - British waters fished extensively by vessels from other member states - David Coburn MEP
  - Recreational fishing goes beyond EU competence - David Coburn MEP
  - You should treat Jordan at least as well as Turkey in terms of EU funding - William Dartmouth MEP
  - A Union Act that may, or may not strengthen the position of farmers in the food supply chain
  - A trillion euros down the route of utter madness - Stuart Agnew MEP
  - The many contradictions of EU 'Conservation Agriculture' - Stuart Agnew MEP
  - Are you assuming that the UK will contribute to the EU's 5 billion-euro defence fund? - Raymond Finch MEP
  - When will the EU-Japan trade agreement be finalised? - William Dartmouth MEP
  - Which is more important to the EU? Negotiating trade agreements or implementing the Green agenda?
  - The protection of organic farming should be left to Member States - Stuart Agnew MEP
  - UKIP MEP Stuart Agnew seeks reassurance from the EU commission for the Scots not to be shafted
  - EU support for young farmers is just a stitch-up - Stuart Agnew MEP
  - Common Agricultural Policy implementation bogged down in complexity for farmers - Stuart Agnew MEP
  - Obscene voting speed renders European Parliament a complete farce
  - The West should seek to prevent genocide in Burundi - Tim Aker MEP
  - China exerting undue influence on Hong Kong's political, legal and social life - Margot Parker MEP
  - Two-seat parliament a perfect metaphor for the hubris and futility of EU project - Roger Helmer MEP
  - Turkey is incompatible with EU membership - James Carver MEP
  - Stop treating other people's money with such contempt - Raymond Finch MEP
  - Conservative Party and Erdogan's AK party sit in the same Pan-European party - James Carver MEP
  - An EU post-Brexit economic war on the UK will see your huge trade surplus crumble - Ray Finch MEP
  - UKIP MEP James Carver urges France to resist pressure over permanent UN security council seat
  - We need to protect cultural values at home - Patrick O'Flynn MEP
  - Taxpayers money for EU political projects - Jonathan Arnott MEP
  - EU army and defence spending becoming a reality - Bill Etheridge MEP
  - Politics before economics, that's your mantra - UKIP MEP David Coburn to Justice Commissioner Jourova
  - Locked up for catching a third fish - David Coburn MEP
  - EU tax disclosure proposal betrays a much wider ambition - David Coburn MEP
  - Is financial aid to Moldova a good use of EU taxpayers money? - Jonathan Arnott MEP
  - Harmonisation of EU standards puts UK product quality at risk - Margot Parker MEP
  - Screening programmes required to stem rise in HIV and TB epidemics in Europe - Julia Reid MEP


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VIDEO SECTION


17 JAN 2019: Margot Parker: When politicians act without the scrutiny of a free and vibrant press...


16 JAN 2019: Gerard Batten: The British people will never surrender!


15 JAN 2019: Stuart Agnew: By which treaty did the EU gain power over our clocks? (AGRI committee, 14.01.2019)


15 JAN 2019:
Stuart Agnew schools EU committees on forests, carbon and CO2 (AGRI-ENVI-ITRE joint committee meeting, 14.01.2019)


09 JAN 2019:
Stuart Agnew addresses biotechnology fears and land confiscation at 'Africa Summit 2019' (ECR Group's 'Africa Summit 2019')


08 JAN 2019: Stuart Agnew: EU court boosts GM imports by restricting plant breeding techniques (AGRI committee, 07.01.2019)


08 JAN 2019: Stuart Agnew: EU Commission admits that some member states are restricting food imports from other member states (AGRI committee, 07.01.2019)


08 JAN 2019: Stuart Agnew: EU competition rules bind only those who abide by them (AGRI committee, 07.01.2019)


13 DEC 2018:
Margot Parker: Iran must roll back its oppressive laws


10 DEC 2018: Stuart Agnew: The futility of forcing farmers to change the weather


29 NOV 2018: Nigel Farage: The Worst Deal in History


28 NOV 2018: Stuart Agnew: Green lobby folly reduces food production


28 NOV 2018: David Coburn: The future of Europe is one of division


22 NOV 2018: Stuart Agnew: Helping African farmers includes stopping farm murders in South Africa (AGRI-DEVE joint committee, 21.11.2018)


22 NOV 2018: Stuart Agnew: Auditing farmers' performance in changing the weather (AGRI committee, 21.11.2018)


22 NOV 2018: Jonathan Bullock: They talk about a second referendum to overturn the largest ever democratic vote in the UK (ITRE committee, 21.11.2018)


21 NOV 2018: Stuart Agnew: Commission rep kicks can down the road on farming contradiction (AGRI committee)


21 NOV 2018: Stuart Agnew: EU farmers performance report will cost a fortune (AGRI committee)


21 NOV 2018:
The days of colonialism are over, David Coburn tells fisheries committee (Fisheries committee)


21 NOV 2018:
David Coburn: EU bureaucrats duck questions on 'Mountain of Hypocrisy' (TAX3 committee)


15 NOV 2018: Stuart Agnew: The Green lobby's paradise of tick-infested wildlife and human disease


14 NOV 2018: Stuart Agnew: EU must give up posturing power-politics and work with US on Iran


14 NOV 2018: Nathan Gill: Securing your nation's border is common sense

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