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Bullet Blog (October 2010)
  - Powerful EU Nations May Reform "Mission Impossible" Treaty in Secret
  - Fraud bill runs into billions
  - Roger Helmer MEP: Who are the deniers now?
  - Sunday Paper Review (31.10.2010) by The Talking Clock
  - Obama May Not Run in 2012. Does It Matter?
  - Toner Bomb Results in More Airport Molestation
  - Federal Court Rules Details of Secret Prison in Afghanistan Can Remain Secret
  - `Small, small, small` EU treaty change to deliver `quantum leap`
  - David Cameron says he is a `Eurosceptic` following EU `deal`
  - EU leaders back `limited` treaty change, budget cap
  - Cameron claims victory over EU budget rises
  - EU countries still divided over voting rights issue
  - UK Government offers councils bribes to sign up for wind farms
  - EU sticks to 20-percent carbon cuts
  - The Great IMF Fire-Sale of the UK has Begun
  - Germany Accuses US of Indirectly Manipulating Dollar
  - Dollar printing feeding China inflation: minister
  - The scary actual U.S. government debt
  - Up to half of British laws come from Europe, House of Commons Library claims
  - EU `haircut´ plans rattle bondholders
  - EU leaders set to revise treaties over euro-zone rescue plan
  - Cameron facing revolt over EU budget increase
  - Buzek clashes with EU leaders over `un-European´ budget
  - Furious row flares over EU parliament`s demand for EU budget rise
  - MEPs shocked by Van Rompuy ´ignorance`
  - China hints at Portuguese debt purchases
  - The Stealth Coup D'Etat: U.S.A. 2008-2010
  - David Cameron admits defeat on EU budget freeze
  - Cameron in phone plea to leaders over EU budget
  - Tebbit: Despite David Cameron, the European Commission`s plans to control our economy are still on track
  - EU leaders to discuss reopening Lisbon
  - France, Germany face EU revolt over Treaty change
  - Political upheaval rocks eurozone debt markets
  - Portugal and Ireland inch closer to financial disaster
  - Belgian minister criticises US terror alert
  - Turkey condemned for `intransigent` position on Cyprus
  - Reding tries to persuade citizens to love the EU
  - Croatia Can Wrap Up EU Talks Next Year, Enter Bloc in 2012, Ministry Says
  - India and EU involved in active negotiations on the Free Trade Agreement
  - EU accused of `hijacking` Remembrance Sunday
  - The Big Society is a post democratic society
  - European Council will launch real European economic governance without mentioning Franco-German project
  - EU makes a fresh grab for control of our budgets
  - Euro chief wants Britons to vote on new tax
  - Should we stop financing the EU? (with BBC Radio 5 audio)
  - UK`s choice is not EU or oblivion - British government advisor (with video)
  - France may face "Thatcher moment" on EU budget
  - Greece reignites Europe debt woes
  - European Union leaders to meet on Eurozone deficit rules and enforcement
  - EU`s Rehn: Seeks Crisis Resolution Mechanism Without Treaty Change
  - European Union AIFM directive set for November vote
  - China Retaliates Again, Accuses US Of "Out Of Control" Dollar Printing
  - Marc Faber Expects Market Sell Off On QE2 Announcement
  - Airport security checks are completely redundant, BA chairman says
  - Mikhail Gorbachev: victory in Afghanistan is `impossible`
  - Turkey still has a long way to go to meet EU's accession criteria
  - The EU agrees to grant Jordan "advanced status" partnership
  - UKIP can really offer better rights for all
  - MEPs postpone vote on new Olaf director
  - Guardian hit-piece on climate scam debunkers descending on UK parliament
  - EU central planning should copy China, says guru
  - German boom creates ECB policy nightmare as south lags
  - Firms EU approval for anti-terrorism scanners
  - No such thing as EU `gifts`
  - Serbia gets green light on membership bid
  - Report says cost of EU `quangos` has tripled since 2005
  - Minority Of Americans Now Have Faith In Two Party Scam
  - Goldman Issuing $250 Million Notes At 6.25%, 50 Year Maturity
  - On the Secret Committee to Save the Euro, a Dangerous Divide
  - EU plans for direct tax would lead to British referendum
  - France, Ireland scoop top posts in EU diplomatic corps
  - Far-right `lite` to push for EU referendum on Turkish accession
  - David Cameron can talk globally, but has to act Europeanly
  - Clegg breaks ranks on Wikileaks affair
  - EU concedes IMF seats in `historic` shake-up
  - EU sends border guards to Greece
  - EU`s planned Hedgemony into Africa
  - Globalisation & Keynesian Economics
  - London School of Economics Predicts Savage Austerity in America (video)
  - An EU referendum must be held
  - Cost of EU agencies triples to more than £2 billion
  - Concerns over EU passport regime
  - Breakthrough at Scientific American
  - Let`s quit EU and join US, says Irish Central Bank Commission member
  - Icelandic Left Greens pulling legs on EU accession
  - Hunt for Mladic falters as EU pushes Serbian membership
  - Sunday Paper Review (24.10.2010) by The Talking Clock
  - EU is on another planet
  - European public too "exhausted" to have their referendums?
  - Europe is sinking and will take us down too
  - Europe`s `far-right` vows to push referendum on Turkey`s EU accession
  - Crisis in EU raises questions about need for common austerity strategy
  - Belgian minister calls for G20 representation
  - A Look At This Weekend`s Irrelevant G-20 Meeting
  - EU leaders to back diluted budget rules reform
  - French Support Means Attempt at Alteration of Lisbon Treaty Possible
  - EU will spend £33 million on new quangos despite cutbacks across Europe
  - EU commissioner threatens Italy with fines over rubbish crisis
  - EU rule forces Scots huskies out of world championships
  - United States: Will the Federal Reserve Cause a Civil War?
  - Unsound Advice: A critique of John Holdren`s speech on climate-change science and policy, by Christopher Monckton
  - Increase in EU budget further empowers EU - Marta Andreasen on RT
  - Europe `exhausted` after Lisbon treaty debate
  - Member states threaten MEPs and commission with legal case
  - EU sanction backtrack sparks infighting in Berlin, Frankfurt
  - French MPs divided over taxes for EU budget
  - Merkel: EU summit must give mandate for treaty changes
  - Germany to Wrap EU Crisis Rule With Croatia`s Entry
  - Germany Fails to Censure European Union Over Bank-Deposit Plans, FTD Says
  - EU tries to overcome Dutch resistance to Serbian membership bid
  - Greek Debt Swaps Indicate Threat of Imminent Default Easing: Euro Credit
  - EU declining in World Press Freedom rankings
  - EU Pledges $15 Million for Central African Republic Elections
  - EU grants South Africa 138m to aid service delivery
  - EU atheist-freemason summit very odd, says Europes chief unbeliever
  - British payments to EU set to rise £900m next year
  - Buzek hits back at criticism of EU budget rise
  - ECB chief opposes new fiscal rules - he wants more
  - Merkel accused of selling out to French demands
  - Brendan Keenan: EUs 2014 borrowing target makes absolutely no sense
  - EU must act on migrants
  - EU Accountants Dig Deep Into Greeces Books Today, EUs Tomorrow
  - MEPs defend budget increase in time of austerity
  - EU foreign service to be born on Lisbon Treaty anniversary
  - Draft laws to be put to EU competitivity test
  - EU chief calls on Western Balkan countries to join hands for accession
  - Dutch resistance unlikely to halt Serbias EU bid
  - EUs trade balance deficit widens in second quarter
  - Biodiversity: the new Big Lie
  - EU sets out economic governance reform plans
  - Commission breaks taboo on own resources
  - Britain to lose EU rebate as Coalition faces split on treaty changes
  - Full speed ahead on EU diplomatic corps after Strasbourg vote
  - EU agrees deal to give hedge funds passports
  - EU states reach agreement on hedge fund rules
  - ECB President Trichet Warns Not All EU Statistics Are Reliable
  - France and Germany hijack strict new eurozone budget regime
  - French authorities force open fuel depots
  - EU plans crackdown on late payers
  - European Commission adopts strategy to ensure respect for EU Charter of Fundamental Rights
  - Greece plummets in press freedom ranking
  - EUs Rehn says G20 must rebalance world growth
  - EU, UN are natural allies, says UN chief
  - China Halts Rare Mineral Exports To US And Europe, Prices Set To Surge
  - MEPs urged to reject planned rise in EU budget
  - EU drops charges against France on Roma
  - Rethink over maternity leave urged
  - Commisson to relaunch controversial EU federal tax plan
  - New EU tax on the way
  - Spectre of treaty change accompanies new eurozone agreement
  - Sarkozy and Merkel: We need a new EU treaty
  - EU maternity plans will cost SMEs £7,000
  - MEPs drop idea of soft quotas for EU diplomatic staff
  - Rehn Says Greece May Need to Step Up Efforts to Meet 2011 Deficit Goal
  - EU seeks to handle cross-border bank insolvencies
  - EU deal on tougher budget rules reached
  - Protesters to hit France en masse
  - EU to drop Roma legal threat against France
  - EU Carbon Premium Over UN Offsets Rises to Widest in Nine Weeks
  - EU deal on green road tolls leaves few happy
  - Norman Tebbit: Pay very close attention when William Hague talks about the EU
  - States rip apart EU bid to fix GM crops mess
  - BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto to halt £73bn joint venture over EU restrictions
  - EUs task force poised to agree watered-down budget rules
  - Merkel stokes anti-immigrant discourse in Germany
  - Saudi intelligence issues a be-very-scared EU terror alert
  - France submits plans for free movement rights
  - An Angry Ireland Calls Out Europe On Its Sham Stress Test
  - Britain attempts to block Europes maternity rights plans
  - Merkel: Multicultural society has failed (with video)
  - Anger As EU Demands Big Budget Increase
  - EU says Ireland needs consensus on budget to get more loans
  - Are Irish Taxpayers About To Bail Out Goldman?
  - Trichet says EU needs stricter fiscal reforms
  - French resistance grows to the spirit of 68
  - The price of a Belgian apparatchik
  - Socialists seek to isolate Europes far right
  - EPP hits back at criticism of study days
  - End in sight to Roma row after French decision
  - EU sets sights on extending current climate deal at Cancun
  - Debate on CO2 target exposes rift among EU businesses
  - Lord Monckton: Scientific misconduct towards tyrannical world government
  - We must put a stop to the EU budget scandal
  - Van Rompuy grapples with economic governance details
  - EU Parliament to back plan for Mr. or Ms. Euro
  - European bank lends Poland $2.8 billion
  - Liberals wary as new Dutch government takes office
  - Nato inches closer to new strategic concept
  - French centre-right MPs want to cut EU funds to Turkey
  - Britain wont pay for EU budget increase say ministers
  - Dont give single payment to our competitors Dairy UK
  - Dutch threaten to thwart Serbs EU hopes, again
  - EU talks to break hedge-fund impasse fail
  - EU proposals target radical audit revamp
  - Pound stuck in the middle of euro-dollar
  - EU states and MEPs clash over international talks
  - Van Rompuy used official EU cars to drive family to Paris
  - EU to leave decision on CO2 cuts until next year
  - Swiss Finish Sets New Standard for Global Bank Regulation
  - Bosnia missing EU train, Clinton warns
  - British households to pay extra £200 a year towards EU budget and maternity rights
  - UK protests at EU maternity leave proposals
  - Brussels collides with cash-strapped states
  - French strikes: 3.5 million take to streets to protest pension reform
  - Companies May Lose Right to Pick Accounting Firms In EU Under Barnier Plan
  - Brussels says Greek loan extension media invention
  - BBC told to ensure balance on climate change
  - Global warming fraud: the tide begins to turn
  - Creeping Concentration of EU Regulatory Power Irks Czech Central Bank Governor
  - Record rise in motor insurance costs; EU may make matters worse
  - Civil society groups slam EU free trade pacts
  - French subsidy for music downloads gets EU nod
  - As we wield the axe, Europe asks for more
  - John Lichfield: Europe needs sceptics
  - MPs urged to reject EU budget boost
  - Commission preparing pan-European smoking ban
  - EU-India trade deal will open up non-EU immigration
  - Romania could enter Schengen if EU shuts one eye
  - German government shaken by new anti-immigration debate
  - EU opposition to Turkish accession is racist, Chomsky says
  - Is Ireland About To Impair Bank Senior Debtholders (And Boldly Go Where America Was So Terrified To Venture)?
  - Saving the euro: Tall ambition, flawed foundations
  - EU set to grant $1.1b to Egypt
  - Europes Ill Wind
  - As Europe scrimps, EU spends
  - Never too late: Eurostat in Greece to determine true extent of debt
  - Brussels Cant Monitor 27 Budgets
  - How The ECB Directly And Indirectly Monetized All Irish September Treasury Auctions
  - UK and France poised for EU hedge fund deal
  - European bonus rules threaten City
  - Row over child benefit for East Europeans
  - Changes to EU law mean cut in pension income for men
  - ECB toughens its stance on lending rules
  - Chinese reporter tells story of EU censorship
  - US physics professor: Global warming is the greatest and most successful pseudoscientific fraud I have seen in my long life
  - Currency wars are necessary if all else fails
  - Debt, growth in question for east EU
  - Clinton off to Balkans to push EU integration
  - Slovenia still blocking Croatias progress towards EU
  - Swizterland EU bid not really on the agenda
  - Foreign Funds Should Have Centralized EU License, Lagarde Says
  - India, EU to host meet of G-23 on Doha round of talks
  - India trade deal with EU will allow thousands of immigrants into Britain
  - Be very afraid: EU terror alert system needed
  - Why the EUs bank rescue strategy is turning into a political and economic catastrophe
  - Say No to O2 campaign launched
  - Germany To Present Permanent Crisis Resolution Plan
  - Is this how the EU got a Yes to Lisbon from the Irish?
  - Parliament clears visa-free travel for Albanians, Bosnians
  - Paving the way for cashless society: EU may rule on basic bank accounts for all
  - Dollar under pressure as EU warns on euro rise
  - Goldman Cuts European GDP Forecast
  - Cost of EU Rises, Even as Countries Make Cuts
  - Brussels urged to fine-tune Basel III rules
  - Delors asks Germany: Are you still true to EU values?
  - German Power Drops to Six-Month Low; EU Carbon Permits Decline After Sale
  - Solar probe warms hopes of climate change sceptics
  - De-industrialising Europe: EU steelmakers seeking too many CO2 permits, Hedegaard says
  - European truckmakers fear EUs tough CO2 curbs
  - Global warming theory in chaos after report finds increased solar activity may COOL the Earth
  - The Warming Alarmists are getting desperate
  - Commission eyes limits to farm subsidies
  - Access to Canadian contracts at centre of Canada-EU free-trade talks
  - Ex-Irish EU commissioner quits bank in ethics row
  - Tentative progress on EU passport for third-country hedge funds
  - National interests creating tension in EU commission
  - EU executive outlines 25 bln euro transaction tax on banks
  - US wades into hedge fund tussle in Europe
  - Basel Capital Rules Need Support From U.S., EUs Barnier Says
  - Ireland rating slashed as its misery grows
  - EU defends final Acta text on counterfeiting
  - Danish CEOs Say Euro Adoption May Take Five More Years
  - Radical action needed if EU is to hit climate-change targets
  - EU-China summit ends in discord
  - France Gives Ground on EU Fund Rules
  - Multimillion euro agency contract branded attack on media freedom 07 OCT 2010
  - IMF supporting a new round of quantitative easing
  - A Q&A Roadmap To European Austerity
  - EU could force banks to offer everyone current accounts
  - EU States raise privacy concerns as US expands its data demands (video)
  - Sony pulls out of 10:10 climate change campaign
  - Accounts `failures´ at Euro cops college in Hampshire
  - Could UKIP be Britain´s electoral Tea Party?
  - Senior British MEP dismisses criticism of new Tory think-tank
  - EU Ready to Cede IMF Seats to Reach Deal on Revamp, German Official Says
  - Ireland should honour its debts, says Irish business federation chief Danny McCoy
  - EU slams the brakes on cheaper insurance for women
  - Verhofstadt seeking to revive EU election hopes
  - Coldest winter in 1,000 years on its way
  - European Union Drafts Industry Benchmark for Falling Supply of CO2 Permits
  - European Union Is Still Calculating Targets for Carbon Emissions Reduction
  - EU signs up to 'unclear' migration pact with Libya
  - US call for Nato cyber-strike capacity causes division
  - EUs Barnier Says Banks Have to Contribute to Bailout Costs
  - Currency war clouds EU-China summit
  - EU beset by challenges besides currency
  - Will Quantitative Easing Save the Equity Markets?
  - NATO, EU police increase presence in Kosovo's Serb-run north
  - Gonzales calls on EU to keep promise on Turkeys membership
  - S.Korea and EU to sign free-trade pact
  - EU, Malaysia kick off free trade talks
  - Japan wants free-trade pact with EU
  - EU earmarks US$200m for Zimbabwe projects
  - Chinese leader urges EU to give up more IMF power
  - European Union Trade Chief De Gucht Says China's Yuan Poses `Real Problem'
  - China rebuffs EU call for rapid yuan appreciation
  - EU nations win a years reprieve on state aid
  - Ashton calls off EU ambassador hearings
  - Europe inches towards changed role on world stage
  - Belgian coalition talks 'back to zero'
  - Households face £769-a-year rise in power bills to 'rewire the nation' for green energy
  - Barclays Sees Opportunity to Profit on EU CO2 Spread
  - MEPs call for halt to ACTA deal
  - Turkey's EU accession: the Norwegian solution
  - European Parliament doubts Ukraine's wish to join European Union
  - Joseph Stiglitz: the euro may not survive
  - IMF admits that the West is stuck in near depression
  - Beijing promises to buy Greek bonds
  - China pledges: We'll prop up the eurozone and keep Greece afloat
  - Rehn predicts end of Ireland's low-tax regime
  - Banks may need new bailout, warns think-tank
  - MEPs attacked after approving increase in 'entertainment' budget
  - France, Germany, Sweden at centre of US terror alert fearmongering
  - British intelligence denies US terror warnings sparked by new info
  - France opposes further EU visa liberalisation talks
  - EU puts pressure on Ireland to raise corporation tax rates
  - David Miliband tipped for top EU job
  - EU bureaucrats move into luxury new London address: Europe House
  - Is Europe Getting Ahead Of Itself As Excess Cash In Euro Banking System Drops To Post-Lehman Low
  - Chinese premier pledges to support euro, boost cooperation with EU
  - Step Aside ECB: China Becomes Lender Of Last Resort To Failing Greece, In Exchange For Petrobras-Like Shell Game
  - European Union - The CAP for farming
  - Turkish minister accuses EU of political intrigues
  - EC warns Cyprus it must abolish residency requirement for EU seafarers
  - EU countries top world 'green patent' rankings
  - 'Go green or we'll kill your kids' says Richard Curtis eco-propaganda shocker (video)
  - The EU is an antidote to democratic governments, argues President Barroso
  - Redefining The "Art Of The (Im)Possible" As The Last Gasp Of A Failed Politico-Economic Regime
  - Ireland reveals massive extent of banking debt
  - Hedge funds hold Ireland to ransom over Anglo Irish Bank bail-out
  - Economic sanctions? Yes, please
  - EU 'must spend 1 trillion' on electricity grid, says leaked Commission report
  - EU plans regular bank stress-tests
  - Economic realism will ease anti-Turkish feeling, Joschka Fischer says
  - Dutch coalition to target burqas, Muslim immigration
  - European Commission takes UK to court over failure to investigate Phorm
  - Czech president and foreign minister clash over EU treaty opt out

Strasbourg plenary
15-18 April 2019


Brussels mini-plenary
03-04 April 2019


Strasbourg plenary
25-28 March 2019


Strasbourg plenary
11-14 March 2019


Strasbourg plenary
11-14 February 2019


Brussels mini-plenary
30-31 January 2019


16 APR 2019: Gerard Batten: European Parliament elections will be a rerun of the referendum question

08 APR 2019:
Stuart Agnew: Which illicit product came first from Ukraine? The chicken or the egg? (AGRI committee)

08 APR 2019: Stuart Agnew:  Plant breeders have revolutionised argiculture (AGRI committee)

03 APR 2019: Mike Hookem: British fishing industry: Lost opportunities for future generations

03 APR 2019: Stuart Agnew: You continue to plunder our fishing grounds as you've done for the past 40 years

03 APR 2019: Mike Hookem: Let the UK leave on the 12th of April!

03 APR 2019: Gerard Batten: UKIP leads struggle to set Britain free from EU

27 MAR 2019: Stuart Agnew: When EU interference becomes toxic (Bluecard Question to ENF MEP Troszczynski)

27 MAR 2019: Stuart Agnew: EU fraudulently harassing British innovation in degradable plastics

27 MAR 2019: Mike Hookem: Brexit betrayal: depth of public anger continues to go unnoticed

27 MAR 2019:
Gerard batten: Never before have the British been governed by such a pack of traitors, quislings and collaborators

26 MAR 2019:
Gerard Batten: Copyright Directive is about shutting down dissenting voices

13 MAR 2019: Gerard Batten: Right from the start Theresa May had a plan...

11 March 2019: Stuart Agnew: Commission has a horrible way of putting EU legislation ahead of British legislation

21 FEB 2019: Stuart Agnew: Brexit: Stop political posturing and start negotiating a trade deal now (IMCO committee)

14 FEB 2019: Jill Seymour: Atrocities against women in Saudi Arabia

14 FEB 2019: Stuart Agnew: Animal transport legislation not enforced in parts of Europe

13 FEB 2019: Raymond Finch: Funding your insane vanity project with taxpayers money

12 FEB 2019:
Stuart Agnew: Green lobby cannot have it both ways

11 FEB 2019: Gerard Batten: Mass uncontrolled migration changing European nations unrecognisably

11 FEB 2019: Mike Hookem: Is Tusk's special hell like that of the British fisheries?

07 FEB 2019: Stuart Agnew: Are Australian farmers required to reduce production in order to get subsidies? (AGRI committee)

31 JAN 2019: Margot Parker: Gender quotas are counterproductive

30 JAN 2019:
Gerard Batten: Preventing No Deal Brexit is an open rebellion against the British people

24 JAN 2019: Stuart Agnew: No-Deal Brexit under WTO rules will benefit UK not EU (AGRI committee)

24 JAN 2019: Stuart Agnew to Commissioner Hogan: New breeding methods needed to tackle colder weather ahead (AGRI committee)

23 JAN 2019: Stuart Agnew briefs agriculture minister on handling Romania's EU council presidency (AGRI committee)

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)