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Bullet Blog (August 2010)
  - • Antique dealer attacks 'scandalous' European extradition laws
  - • Greeks "In Over Their Heads In Debt" Means Non Performing Loans Poised To Surge
  - • Euro unemployment rate stuck at 10%: EU
  - • Financial taxes top EU economy ministers' agenda
  - • Libyan leader seeks €5 billion a year to halt EU-bound migrants
  - • Ex-commissioner promises 'European Experience' in new lobby firm
  - • France Proposes EU Commodity Regulator, Seeks Raw-Material Position Limits
  - • Environmental Group says EU Biofuel Targets Create Land-Grab in Africa
  - • IMF eliminates borrowing cap on rescue facility in anticipation Of Europe crisis 2.0
  - • Ashton hits back at Kouchner over Middle East talks
  - • Commission plans communication 'revolution'
  - • Serbia open to EU compromise on Kosovo
  - • Hungary 'can't afford' to delay deficit cuts, EU's Rehn says
  - • Belgian coalition talks collapse, king asks for renewed effort
  - • Roma controversy kick-starts French election campaign
  - • EU Carbon Permits Head for Biggest Gain Since April as German Power Rises
  - • Obama could kill fossil fuels overnight with a nuclear dash for thorium
  - • German judges strengthen EU court, clarify Lisbon ruling
  - • Booming Brussels
  - • EU popularity plunges right across the bloc
  - • Jamaica gets $4-billion grant from EU
  - • EU Patents and EU Patents Court incompatible with EU law, says ECJ's advocate general
  - • Mackerel row with Iceland and Faroes could hit region's fish markets
  - • EU overfishing charges 'preposterous': Iceland
  - • EU bank regulators overhaul stress tests
  - • Jersey concerned over EU review of tax scheme
  - • Commissioner working on EU tax like 'a scientist in a lab' says spokesman
  - • Sarkozy readies for France's G20 presidency
  - • Ireland must now pay more than Greece to borrow (It pays to riot in Europe)
  - • Brussels to defy Cameron’s call for EU spending cuts
  - • EU to spend Β£8m a year on Baroness's new offices
  - • Ashton to obtain speaking rights at UN
  - • France exploring tax harmonisation with Germany
  - • Fresh flight to Swiss franc as Europe's bond strains return
  - • The Euro's Success Requires Liberalization
  - • German Top Judges Say EU Court Rulings Prevail Short of `Gross' Abuses
  - • EU reviews France's Roma expulsion as Paris digs its heels in
  - • Radicova Demands EU's Rehn Apologize for Criticizing Slovak Vote on Greece
  - • EU Waits to Set Limits on UN Carbon Offsets as Lobby Urges Fast Action
  - • Dutch, Austria to auction 4.2 million EU carbon permits
  - • Prospect of French 'anti-Roma' summit disturbs EU presidency
  - • Ashton set to take new office in EU nerve centre
  - • Old boys club dominates EU diplomacy
  - • US, Europe in ‘Same Boat’ on Recession Risks, EU’s Rehn Says
  - • Ireland's credit rating downgraded by S&P on bank fears
  - • Eurostat: Bulgaria's June industrial output grows by 25% on an annual basis
  - • Greece to begin monthly treasury bill sales: officials
  - • EU: €20 million to support reforms of government departments in Jordan
  - • Future of cohesion policy sparks EU row
  - • Germany and France lead way in 'two-speed recovery'
  - • German budget deficit jumps to 3.5 pct in 1st half
  - • Spain uses social security fund to prop up the bond market
  - • Stiglitz Says European Economy at Risk of Double-Dip Recession
  - • European Banks May Face More Frequent Stress Tests to Bolster Confidence
  - • EU urges France not to mix Roma issue with Schengen
  - • France invites handful of ministers to 'immigration' summit
  - • Surge in Britons exported for trial
  - • EU officials slalom through power overlap
  - • Euro crisis has not gone away, it is merely masked by other troubles
  - • Now EU plans to make our roads pay as you go
  - • Italy to raise EU citizen expulsion policy at September meeting
  - • Sweden denies US pressure in Wikileaks affair
  - • EU asked to investigate drugs in football
  - • Ireland Needs ‘Sustainable’ Finances for Recovery, Lenihan Says
  - • EU reaffirms $317 mln in aid to Bolivia
  - • Greek crisis refuses to go away
  - • European Union loses integration popularity for Ukrainian citizens in favor of classical CIS
  - • EU commissioner backs mooted German nuclear tax
  - • Euro faces more selling as sovereign risk woes rise
  - • France cuts 2011 growth forecast to 2%: report
  - • Anger at the 35,000 eurocrats in line for triple pay boost
  - • EU parliament unveils €6m plans for new 'communications' drive
  - • Google Plans To Kill Web In Internet Takeover Agenda
  - • Climate Realism: Not to Be Denied Any Longer
  - • Brussels tells Athens to take the pain as unrest rumbles
  - • EU Commission: Fears Of Greece Debt Restructuring Unfounded
  - • Euro Founding Father Works for Free Rescuing Greeks
  - • German Minister: EU Tax On Commodities Would Hurt Industry
  - • Trichet's Successor as ECB Head Doesn't Need to Be a Diplomat, Weber Says
  - • EU foreign policy chief misses UN meeting over speaking rights
  - • Border burden: Illegal immigration in Greece
  - • EU court suspends seal ban, surprising Brussels
  - • EU food-supplement clampdown overrides consumer choice
  - • EU: Palestinian aid not leverage for direct talks
  - • Belgian coalition talks drag on
  - • Hopes of imminent Belgian government fade
  - • Polish diplomats instructed to defend EU cohesion
  - • Ukraine's Yanukovych to head to Berlin to push for EU membership
  - • Time is running out for the West
  - • Tensions Rise in Greece as Austerity Measures Backfire
  - • Spain plans more public projects as construction industry picks up
  - • The downsides of German growth: Economic strength comes at expense of rest of Europe
  - • EU commission monitoring French Roma explusions
  - • EU doubles aid to Pakistan as charities fight to stop famine
  - • Hedge-Fund Group Says EU Derivatives-Trading Reforms Should Move Forward
  - • Western profits wilt on China's surging wages
  - • European Parliament to launch Second Life-style online assembly
  - • EU-US leaders to meet in Lisbon
  - • EU countries tired of paying for Polish motorways
  - • EU carbon prices nudge up, follow energy
  - • Brussels backs Kosovo bid to join international bank
  - • Irish Government urged to accept greater EU scrutiny
  - • French expulsion of Roma to begin Thursday
  - • Universities woo foreign students but close door on Britons in 'two-tier' clearing system
  - • Spanish steps towards general strike say two biggest trade union confederations
  - • Commission heeds Sarkozy’s request for EU crisis response force
  - • East European nations and Sweden ask EU to change debt definition
  - • Sweden Election Pledges Soar Amid Smallest EU Deficit
  - • EU fines Poland for poor waste disposal
  - • WTO Orders EU To Lift Tech Tariffs
  - • EU’s backdoor thrown open
  - • Romania grants citizenship to 17,000 Moldovans
  - • Hungary found to have lowest rate of foreigners in EU
  - • 88% of EU's illegal Immigrants come through Greece
  - • Warmonger Bolton : Israel has "eight days" to launch a military strike against Iran
  - • Eurozone inflation hits near two-year high
  - • ECB's Stark: EU Set for More Economic Surveillance
  - • Irish Borrowing Costs May Rise at Sale on `Sheer Size of Banking Problem'
  - • Ireland can withstand the euro's ordeal by fire, but can Southern Europe?
  - • Turmoil in eurozone hits British exports, a study by Close Brothers shows
  - • EU proposes new rules for large financial groups
  - • Sweden hands over command of EU NAVFOR FHQ to France and Belgium
  - • France's Sarkozy calls for European natural disaster force
  - • Sarkozy calls for EU response to Pakistan crisis
  - • China favours euros over greenback as Bernanke shifts course
  - • Fined Β£150 million for failing to fly the EU flag: Now British firms are told how to fight back
  - • EU bid to undo Cameron's remarks on Pakistan
  - • Immigration: Britain through the back door
  - • German 10-Year Bonds Post Third Weekly Gain; Investors Flee Peripherals
  - • US Collapse: 15 Economic Statistics That Just Keep Getting Worse
  - • Anger in euro zone as Slovakia votes against Greek bailout role
  - • ECB buys Irish bonds in move to calm market debt fears
  - • New worries cast shadow on euro zone
  - • Europe must bring back border guards to fight illegal immigration, says Sarkozy's party chief
  - • Member states propose austerity budget for EU
  - • Slovakia's Greek U-turn is within the law, EU admits
  - • Greek Recession Deepens
  - • Germany's `Superman' Economy Expands at Record Pace
  - • French Economy Accelerates in Second Quarter, Adds 0.6% as Exports Expand
  - • Swiss Franc Resumes Advance on Economic Recovery as Euro-Region Sputters
  - • European growth gained momentum in Q2, say analysts
  - • Socialists want US-style primaries for commission president candidate
  - • Turkey's Chief EU Negotiator Urges Union to Honor Its Word
  - • EU clamps down on Iran's energy interests
  - • EU foreign ministers to upgrade Pakistan effort
  - • Irish debt under fire on fresh bank jitters
  - • Record four out of five jobs going to foreigners between May and June
  - • Spain backs EU taxes, joining Poland, Austria, Belgium - opposition from new Dutch government
  - • The EU must not be allowed to impose direct taxes on Britian
  - • Commission rebukes Slovakia over Greek u-turn, warns of 'political consequences'
  - • China set for landmark anti-dumping victory over EU
  - • EU agency to reveal secret data on drug side-effects
  - • EU ambassador to US takes up job with wider mandate
  - • EU tax and the ultimate surrender of Britain's sovereignty
  - • Commissioner defends 'unfashionable' EU tax idea
  - • Future of the EU is up for grabs
  - • EU envoy to US flaunts new powers
  - • Greece budget gap shrinks 39.7 per cent to meet bailout targe
  - • Spain considers reversing some spending cuts
  - • Business facing a wave of green taxes
  - • Belgium Ready To Support Turkey On EU Accession, Anti-Terrorism
  - • European Union pushes for right to levy taxes directly on British
  - • First shots fired in budget reform debate
  - • Iceland and Brussels in fishing row as EU talks begin
  - • Hungary Takes Feisty Tone With EU
  - • Is the European court of justice a legal or political institution now?
  - • EU approves €135 million in grants to Morocco for 2010
  - • Brussels feels time is right to suggest EU tax
  - • World climate talks 'going backwards,' EU says
  - • Plea to ban rogue docs' route to UK
  - • Commodity spike queers the pitch for Bernanke's Quantative Easing 2
  - • Eurosceptic Swiss count their blessings
  - • Commissioner FΓΌle sees potential benefits to EU in Turkey’s regional role
  - • EU approves six GM maize varieties
  - • UKIP's deputy leader Christopher Monckton speaks in Bournemouth
  - • Amid mounting civil unrest, EU-IMF team gives Greece thumbs up
  - • Hungary insists on economic independence - official
  - • Agflation fears as Russia halts all grain exports
  - • Rich countries' farm subsidies benefiting royals
  - • Tax bill for UK businesses following EU ruling
  - • Business red tape to get one-in, one-out system - but not for EU legislation
  - • 'Innocent' student extradited to Greek prison hell under EU arrest warrant
  - • EU's $580 Billion Safety Fund up and Running
  - • Trichet defends ECB bond purchases
  - • Passport loophole allows 5 million to come to UK
  - • JP Morgan, Gunvor trade 1st 2020 EU carbon futures
  - • EU and IMF are so impressed by Greece they will allow it to borrow more
  - • Millions of outsiders eligible for EU passports
  - • Hungary demands equal terms from EU-IMF on 2011 deficit
  - • EU approves Lithuanian bank support scheme
  - • Euro zone interest rates on hold at 1%
  - • EU to Regulate Nanotech Use in Auto Industry
  - • NHS waiting lists rise after EU rules on doctors' hours
  - • Coalition's internet 'consultation' sham as ministers reject every single suggestion
  - • EU experts call for next slice of Romania rescue loan
  - • Former Commissioner Fischler casts doubt over Turkey's EU accession
  - • Nuclear talks with EU futile, Iran's chief of staff says
  - • Tensions over the European External Action Service
  - • Playing Globo-Cop: EU Anti-Piracy Force Stops Gulf of Aden Attack
  - • Hungary takes EU Presidency from Jan 2011
  - • EU Commission to plant 5000 trees annually in Tanzania 'to help reduce carbon emissions'
  - • Italy trapped in slow lane as political crisis deepens
  - • Poland accuses Russia of delaying handover of Smolensk air crash data
  - • Icelanders keep cool over EU membership
  - • Britain to challenge eurocrat salaries
  - • Biodiesel production shoots up 16% in European Union, output reaches 9M tons
  - • BP challenged over plans to drill in Libya
  - • Banks on Europe's Edge Face $122 Billion Refinancing Bill
  - • Dramatic recovery for Britain's banks
  - • Hot political summer as China throttles rare metal supply and claims South China Sea
  - • Greece will be a war zone, Sect of Revolutionaries warns tourists

Brussels mini-plenary
30-31 January 2019

Strasbourg plenary
14-17 January 2019


Strasbourg plenary
10-13 December 2018


Brussels mini-plenary
28-29 November 2018

Strasbourg plenary
12-15 November 2018


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