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Bullet Blog (February 2011)
  - European dictatorship is diminishing Britain daily
  - The British public have had their fill of immigration
  - Britain cuts aid to China and Russia after inquiry rules they are no longer poor... but we're still giving India £280m
  - EU equality ruling `will cost British taxpayer £1 billion`: Young women drivers and retired men to suffer
  - Madness of EU pension ruling
  - UKIP to come 3rd in Barnsley?
  - £8.5m to be spent on consultants to promote Europe
  - EU chiefs trump Franco-German competitiveness pact
  - Ireland: Enda Kenny to call for bail-out to be renegotiated
  - Ireland, Greece: brothers in arms?
  - Creditors to decide on Greek debt
  - Colonel Qaddafi Secretly Moved $4.8 Billion Of His Own Money To London Last Week
  - EU readying arms embargo on Libya
  - Bad weekend for EU-Turkey relations
  - Tourist arrested for giving Heil Hitler! salute in holiday photo outside Reichstag
  - The A to Z of Eurospeak
  - Raw materials: Are they truly scarce?
  - Protesters across US decry Wis. anti-union efforts
  - Australia proposes ban on 1000s of plants including national flower
  - Rwanda signs euro 26 million EU grants
  - European Union excesses are an insult to taxpayers
  - Britain`s Economy Contracts More Than Estimated as BOE Divides on Remedies
  - Fianna Fáil punished by voters as support collapses
  - Sarkozy Seeks Middle Way on Turkey EU Bid; Gul Wants Pledge Kept
  - Greek commissioner defies EU model of austerity
  - Libya: EU Agrees on Sanctions as Evacuations Gather Pace
  - Exposed: Gaddafi Inc.
  - Libya: Is Washington Pushing for Civil War to Justify a US-NATO Military Intervention?
  - Saudi Arabia Raises Oil Output By 8% To Over 9 Million Barrels Per Day
  - Visual Atlas Of Distressed Oil Production
  - Iraq `Day of Rage` protests followed by detentions, beatings
  - Tunisia protesters dispersed by tear gas
  - Yemeni police open fire on protesters
  - Julian Assange attacks European arrest warrant after extradition ruling
  - The once forceful Foreign Office is now a paper tiger
  - Number of immigrants soars by 22% in a year
  - Denmark, Britain urge deeper CO2 EU emissions cut
  - Welsh regions `behind EU average`, figures show
  - Ireland heads to the polls amid strained EU relations
  - David Cameron accuses EU over billions going down `black hole`
  - Studying the cost of Greece leaving the euro
  - German right and European left square up for eurozone battle
  - Libya: Gaddafi`s billions to be seized by Britain
  - Most member states reject Italy`s call for help with migrants
  - EU prepares for possible Libya no-fly zone: diplomat
  - Libya: Putin urges EU not to interfere in Libya`s `internal affairs`
  - Putin outwits EU`s South Stream opponents
  - Moscow`s purchase of French warships causes panic from Washington to Tokyo
  - EU Commission moves to ease domestic sugar shortage caused by its own quota system
  - Turkey to confront Sarkozy on opposition to EU bid
  - Saudi forces ready for `Day of Rage`
  - Egyptians to march on Liberation Square
  - EU gives more funding to Jamaica than any other LAC country
  - The two-lane Europe fallacy
  - Julian Assange must be extradited, judge rules
  - Ireland`s ruling party heading for worst ever defeat
  - SAS troops `to be deployed on the streets` to prevent terrorist attacks
  - Violent clashes erupt on the streets of Greece (with video)
  - `I won`t pay` movement spreads across Greece
  - Saudi ruler offers $36bn to stave off uprising amid warning oil price could double
  - Nomura Predicts $220 Oil If Just Libya, Algeria Cut Output
  - Petrol to hit £6.50 a gallon: Middle-East crisis cuts supplies (with video)
  - Tripoli: a city in the shadow of death
  - EU fears exodus will follow Gaddafi`s fall
  - Northern EU member states to keep resisting burden sharing
  - EU wary of imposing sanctions on Libyan dictator
  - The Popular Uprising in Egypt: The Military Machine Remains Intact, The Political Status Quo Prevails
  - EU seeks commitment from Putin on joining WTO
  - MEPs to fight over boosting the EU`s emissions cut to 30%
  - Oil shock fears as Libya erupts
  - EU registers first energy shock from Libya unrest
  - EU under fire over deal that would see an extra 20,000 UK visas for Indian skilled workers
  - EU president to present eurozone reform plans next week
  - EU may consider extending Greece`s three-year bailout term, says Merkel
  - EU bank wants more funds for Egypt, Tunisia
  - EU wants N. Africa common market after unrest - Barnier
  - UK pushes to reform EU aid to Middle East
  - French president urges EU sanctions against Libya
  - Medvedev Warns `Fanatics` Will Take Over Middle East
  - Portugal Asks EU to Provide for More Sugar Imports Without Duty
  - `New dawn` for GMOs after EU vote, green groups warn
  - Google Faces New Antitrust Charges in Europe
  - Lord Patten: Europhile, Trilateral Commissioner and... new head of BBC?
  - How three million migrants came to UK under Labour in biggest population growth since Saxon times
  - Egypt asks for UK support over EU debt relief
  - Outgoing Bundesbank president critical of eurozone plans
  - EU to reveal bank stress test methodology on March 2
  - EU fears for citizens in Libya, but divided over Gaddafi
  - Fears immigrants will flood Europe after collapse
  - EU bracing for exodus of asylum seekers
  - Barroso hits out against `false information` about the EU
  - EU lawyers struggle with new `comitology` rules as power shifts towards EU bureaucrats
  - EU to vote on extra sugar imports following failure of EU quota system
  - EU to Vote on Admitting GM Food
  - Stock Pile Your Herbal Remedies Now Before They`re Banned!
  - EU wants to ban oil from Alberta oilsands
  - Family torn apart in 15-minute court case: Judge condemned for decision to remove children
  - Where Are the Handcuffs? (video)
  - Ken Clarke: Britain won`t pull out of European Convention on Human Rights
  - Diplomats say North African uprisings will alter EU policy
  - Germany must choose EMU fusion or fission
  - `Massive Collapse` For Angela Merkel Following Today`s Hamburg Election As Germans `Just Say No` To More European Bail Outs
  - Icelanders to Have Final Say on British, Dutch Depositor Debt
  - EU emergency border mission to Italy begins work
  - Libya on brink as protests hit Tripoli
  - MEPs question `Big Brother` urban observation project
  - Rushing to pay back the ECB loans may prove a costly mistake
  - Egypt`s new Finance Minister calls on EU to write off loans
  - Will The Great Firewall Of China Prevent Tomorrow`s Beijing `Jasmine Revolution`?
  - Scientists: Sun`s approaching `Grand Cooling` assures new Ice Age
  - Talking Clock Sunday Paper Review (20.02.2011)
  - Labour weighs its chances over `in or out` referendum on Europe
  - EU farming subsidies for the Royal family must stay secret
  - Another Powell moment for the Tories? And whither UKIP?
  - David Cameron under pressure to defy Council of Europe court on human rights
  - Dutch Lower House Opposed to Further Political Union in EU
  - German Fin Min: Germany Isn`t Pressuring Portugal To Take Euro Rescue
  - EU Sugar Market Has `Tightened` German Group Says
  - EU foreign policy chief `concerned` by violence in Bahrain
  - Libya Internet Shut Down Amid Protests, Per Multiple Reports
  - Ashton stops short of criticizing US veto for anti-Israel resolution
  - In defence of UKIP`s immigration policy
  - EU to bail out Armenia with $136m aid-package
  - Why Isn`t Wall Street In Jail? Because Wall St's The Government.
  - Joel Skousen On US Election 2012
  - Germany faces up to a Greek `restructuring`
  - Sterling jumps as Andrew Sentance reignites rate rise talk
  - High demand for ECB loans could be `dealer error`
  - Europe Locks Out S&P, As Rating Agency Converts All Key European Ratings To `Unsolicited`
  - Van Rompuy to soothe nerves on `crisis pact` tour
  - A `Drowning` Portugal To Seek Bailout By April
  - Irish banks lend billions to each other for use as ECB collateral to the detriment of European taxpayers
  - Bahrain killings bring Mid-East turmoil to epicentre of world oil supply
  - EU calls for dialogue as Bahrain, Yemen, Libya kill protesters
  - EU issues urgent call to 21 states on satellite network
  - MEPs back first EU trade deal under Lisbon Treaty rules
  - UK MEP throws hat into ring for Socialist Group leadership
  - Britain must leave the EU to stop this legal lunacy
  - Common sense needed in human rights review
  - 60 regulations that cost our firms £13bn (and keep bosses tied up for six weeks a year)
  - British Lords criticise EU failures in Afghanistan
  - Surge In ECB Emergency Overnight Borrowing Spooks Euro
  - Irish banks using guarantee to access ECB loans
  - Ireland faces 3.2m euro fine over breach of EU ruling
  - Belgium hits world record for lack of government
  - MEPs angered by `Franco-German approach`
  - German plaintiff fears `self-surrender` of Bundestag
  - Greek minister heightens row with EU, IMF
  - Portugal`s Borrowing Costs Climb at 12-Month Bill Sale
  - EU, South Korea Trade Agreement Overcomes Final European Hurdle
  - Herbal medicines will survive after ministers approve plan that bypasses EU directive
  - Eco-drives `see nine rubbish bins`
  - Fox News caught in shocking deception against Ron Paul (video)
  - George Osborne leads euro spending rebellion
  - Rehn rejects prospect of bondholder `haircuts`
  - David McWilliams: Before we sell the country we should ask the people
  - A vicious circle fuelled by cheap money
  - Danger signal as UK services optimism plunges
  - Why are we giving £1bn aid to India? A nation with three times as many billionaires as we have
  - EU Environmental Farming Subsidies Could Deter UK Farmers
  - EU`s Barroso Calls Permanent Debt-Crisis Plan `Indispensable` (to save the euro)
  - Irish exports are among slowest growing in EU
  - Greece, Ireland and the EU bailouts: the end of democracy in Europe
  - EU debt talks still `a building site`
  - New EU bank could quadruple N. Africa, Middle East aid
  - EU promises massive aid to Tunisia
  - Turkey to break into EU by `military means`?
  - EU `low-carbon roadmap` aims for 25% cuts by 2020
  - EU parliament robbery was an inside job: Four security guards `moved to other jobs`
  - Barack Obama tests bond markets with mega-deficits
  - Attorney General hints of withdrawal from European court in Strasbourg (but not the EU Court of Justice in Luxembourg)
  - Finance ministers back 500bn crisis fund
  - Time to persuade Europe debt write-down is needed
  - EU to rush trade deal with Tunisia as `exodus` continues
  - Italy and Malta want special summits on Africa crisis
  - EU`s Ashton seeks financing for North Africa reform
  - Cameron`s anger at Cable over failure to halt EU worker rules
  - Tough decisions ahead for strapped EU nations
  - Portugal criticizes blueprint bailout delay by EU
  - Plans for big shake-up in European elections branded `absurd`
  - EU hauled to court over secrecy in India trade talks
  - EU Backs Van CO2 Limits, Widening Emissions Crackdown
  - EU changes course for CO2 cut
  - Just for Laughs: EU urged to set up a democracy `rating agency`
  - Obama Pencils In $37 Billion Budget Increase For DHS, Naked Body Scanners
  - US Government Admits Adding Fluoride to Water is Damaging Teeth (video)
  - Prisoners` right to vote: the blurred line between the European Convention on Human Rights and the EU
  - Tories` Europe woe
  - Irish Bailout Hits Snags: Bank Losses Could Outstrip Rescue Funds
  - Brussels to unearth EU plans for corporate tax
  - Athens in EU-IMF dispute over privatisation
  - Europe Revolts against Merkel`s Euro-Zone Plan
  - Family brewery facing axe as EU says: Your nettle beer`s not a beer
  - Tim Loughton, the children`s minister, slams my `unhelpful` campaign against the child-snatchers
  - EU foreign policy chief in Tunisia as refugees pour into Italy
  - Egypt: Hosni Mubarak used last 18 days in power to secure his fortune
  - Ashton endorses army as `guardians` of Egypt`s transition
  - Iranian diplomat: Egyptian protesters should beware EU help
  - EU and US accused of cover-up on organ trafficking
  - Britain`s coming crunch with Europe
  - Ron Paul Wins 2011 CPAC Straw Poll
  - Ron Paul on Egypt: `People Don`t Like Us Propping Up Puppet Dictators`
  - Globalists Push SDRs as World Reserve Currency
  - MPs` defiance on prison votes `a turning point in our history`
  - Votes for prisoners: how David Cameron is hiding the truth about European power over `human rights`
  - Will David Cameron defy Parliament on prisoners` votes, or Europe?
  - Axe spare EU Parliament to save £270m
  - ECB intervenes in bond markets as debt crisis threatens Portugal
  - Bond fears put Irish bank ratings at risk
  - Turbine costs more than it saves
  - Berlin scrambles for new European Central bank candidate
  - Oligarch yachts become no-go area for EU comissioners
  - Tory group in the European Parliament set for election battle
  - Montenegro-EU talks could start in 2011
  - Mubarak disappoints EU: `Time for change is now`
  - Egypt`s state-run media starting to shift from pro-Mubarak coverage
  - Outcry at EU plan to mix aid and foreign policy
  - EU to boost aid for Morocco
  - EU pledges 7m euro towards Zambian elections
  - US Treasury Announces $49.8 Billion January Deficit, $7.2 Billion Greater Than Year Prior, $21.1 Billion In Interest Payments
  - Royal family stands to gain an extra £38m a year from subsidised wind farms
  - Commission urges budget restraints for member states
  - Hungary`s Rotating EU Presidency Paralyzed
  - Bailouts anathema to banker who regards them as detrimental to eurozone future
  - Ireland: Forget the election, we know who will really be in charge
  - Portuguese 10 Year Bond Yield Hit Fresh Lifetime Highs
  - MPs `to back ban on prisoner votes`
  - Herman van Rompuy likened to Soviet Politburo member
  - Merkel faces internal critics on `competitiveness pact`
  - EU `cannot ignore austerity measures`, commissioner warns
  - Polish commissioner to play small role in big money plans
  - Barroso-II team rated as `average or below` in its first year
  - Egypt asks Ashton to cancel her trip
  - As WikiLeaks` Star Fades, A Post-Mortem Of Its Operational Infrastructure Emerges
  - Prince Charles`s visit to Brussels will come straight out of royal farce
  - Prisoners` right to vote: the blurred line between the European Convention on Human Rights and the European Union
  - MEPs vent fury at Van Rompuy over Franco-German plan
  - EU budget chief says reforms risk `two-speed` zone
  - Eurozone summit looms amid growing hostility to Franco-German pact
  - Ireland Should Share Burden of Bank Debt With EU, Goodbody Says
  - Irish to block EU integration
  - Failed Danish Bank Makes History With First Senior Bondholder-Depositor Impairments To The Tune Of 41% Of Total
  - EU common agricultural policy branded a `drain`
  - EU faces prospect of `black swan` shutdown of Suez Canal
  - April the date for completion of Croatia-EU accession talks
  - Desperate measures: Belgian senator calls on `sex strike` until political deadlock is broken
  - The Integration of Canada and the USA: `The Security Perimeter` Derogates National Sovereignty
  - Why can`t the US legalize drugs? There`s `too much money in it` Clinton says
  - Britain free to opt out of the Strasbourg human rights court (but not the more powerful Luxembourg-based EU Court of Justice)
  - Hague seeks would-be Sir Humphreys for EU
  - Anger simmers at German austerity plan for EU
  - Trichet warns against forced losses on sovereign bonds
  - Banks pay less than 3pc interest on 51bn of emergency funding
  - GM crops to be allowed into Britain under controversial EU plans
  - Egypt`s turmoil `will fuel illegal migration wave`, head of Nato warns
  - Ashton aims to visit Tahrir Square, scene of Egypt`s revolutionary drama
  - Nato Brussels headquarters to cost 1billion
  - Government offers cash prizes to doctors who recruit new mental illness patients
  - Time Lapse Interactive Video Of Global Debt: 1870 - 2010
  - Franco-German fiscal pact faces opposition
  - EU summit: Irish government will only have days to save corporate tax
  - UK `should cut links to European Court of Human Rights` (ECJ does it better)
  - 87% want national EU debate
  - MEPs on £1.2m `junket` to Uruguay
  - BBC on Liberty
  - Central planning, Keynesian economics and corporate oligarchies
  - An EU referendum will bring Brussels to heel
  - Spanish housing minister appeals to British buyers to return to help kick-start Spanish economy
  - Cameron`s timely palliative: `State multiculturalism has failed` (BBC video)
  - EU leaders agree on anti-crisis package, energy scheme, Egypt position
  - EU SUMMIT: Leaders Rebuff Franco-German Euro-Zone Economic Plan
  - EU tells Mubarak to get busy on reform
  - Never-Been-Elected EU Foreign Minister Lectures Egypt About Democracy
  - Colbert Takes On Mubarak, As Egyptians Take On Regime With Bread Helmets
  - EU parliament robbery was `inside job` officials say
  - EU renewable energy companies want a single energy market for more profits and power
  - The Great Global Debt Prison
  - Gold is the money of kings. Debt is the money of slaves
  - David Cameron faces tough fight against EU-tax proposal
  - UK `faces £7.5Bn EU fine over debts`
  - European Parliament raises voice in EU fiscal discipline talks
  - EU summit to debate stronger euro zone bailout fund
  - Irish corporate tax rate change likely focus of summit
  - Merkel, Sarkozy inching towards eurozone deal
  - ECB Seeks to Shed `Uncomfortable` Bond-Buying Duty: Euro Credit
  - EU approves financial watchdog chiefs
  - EU spot carbon market re-opens, buyers shun it
  - Barroso calls for EU internal energy market by 2014
  - Egypt crisis: Mohamed ElBaradei says he will run for presidency
  - Egypt And The Muslim Brotherhood: A Stratfor Special Report
  - Fed chief Ben Bernanke denies US policy behind record global food prices
  - World of two halves! Map shows most of Northern Hemisphere is covered in snow and ice
  - EU police forces to see British passengers` personal information
  - Baroness Ashton should go and not be replaced
  - Long live the European republic: Prince Charles bows to the European Union
  - Iceland Shows Ireland Did `Wrong Things` Saving Banks
  - 40 Billion Deposit Flight In December Brings Total Irish Bank Run To 110 Billion For 2010
  - EU plans for Greek restructuring would only cut Greece`s total debt by 4.2%
  - EU needs 2.2 trillion to meet carbon targets
  - Is Britain taking the first step in regaining control of its own laws and destiny?
  - `Go now` EU countries tell Mubarak, as Egypt faces Tiananmen moment
  - New recruits bolstering pro-Europeanism, commissioner says
  - Watch Trichet Press Conference Following Today`s Rate Decision Live
  - Ron Paul To Ask Fed Why After Trillions In Free Money, Unemployment Is Still Sky High
  - Town halls told to join EU cash fight
  - MPs reject Tory MP`s call for `in-out` EU referendum
  - EU officials apply silent treatment to debt crisis
  - Knight Capital`s European Macro Notes - Why the Rally?
  - Commissioner Hahn urges regions to speed up spending
  - Baroness Ashton in political correctness row over word `Christian`
  - Transparency NGOs call on EU not to restrict document access
  - EU to collect data of international air travellers
  - EU demands Canada to open procurement market despite its own protectionism
  - IMF raises spectre of civil wars as global inequalities worsen
  - On Mervyn King`s Apology That Central Banks Are Destroying The Middle Class` Standard Of Living
  - In China, the true cost of Britain`s clean, green wind power experiment: Pollution on a disastrous scale
  - 373,000 sign up to Daily Express campaign to get Britain out of the EU
  - Police hit by flood of EU arrest warrants as officers process 20 times the number of foreign extradition requests as they make
  - EU started work on Brady plan for Greece
  - EU may hold special bailout summit in March
  - Spike in eurozone inflation prompts interest rate fears
  - European Financial Stability Facility proposal may not suit Italy
  - BBC wins battle over Monckton`s right of reply
  - New report says EU should aim to cut CO2 emissions by 95 per cent
  - EU climate aid to Ethiopia raises eyebrows
  - EU: Letter To Hungary Asks For Details On New Fiscal Plans
  - Irish Department of Finance seeks EU approval for Anglo-Nationwide merger plan
  - European Union: A problem that won`t go away
  - EU freezes assets of former Tunisian president
  - Dodging question of Mubarak resignation, EU calls for transitional government
  - EU urged to devise Afghanistan strategy
  - Hedge funds against EU short-sale disclosure proposals
  - Derivatives Plan for European Watchdog May Exceed EU Power
  - EU parliament ceiling collapse saved 1.7 million

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VIDEO SECTION


20 JUN 2018: David Coburn: Dutch MEP gets sound advice (Fisheries committee)


20 JUN 2018: Stuart Agnew: Sugar beet industry in Finland gone downhill (AGRI committee)


19 JUN 2018: Patrick O'Flynn: Erasmus programmes go beyond cultural and educational exchange (CULT committee)


19 JUN 2018: Stuart Agnew: EU should wait on outcome of US sanctions before blundering into Iran (Budgets committee)


14 JUN 2018: David Coburn: EU anti-corruption scope does not extend to its own institutions


13 JUN 2018: Raymond Finch: NGOs colluding with people smugglers in the Mediterranean


13 JUN 2018: David Coburn: Why do we keep attracting more migrants? (Bluecard Question to EPP MEP Rangel)


13 JUN 2018: Gerard Batten: This is invasion, not immigration!


12 JUN 2018: William Dartmouth: EU aiding and abetting corrupt government in Ukraine


12 JUN 2018: Mike Hookem: Theresa May surrenders to EU policy against Donald Trump over Iran


12 JUN 2018:
David Coburn: LibDem MEP living in another world on another planet (Point of Order)


12 JUN 2018: Stuart Agnew: Farmers forced to measure vapours and gases to improve world climate (AGRI committee, 11.06.2018)


12 JUN 2018: Gerard Batten: Theresa May should make way for a PM who supports Brexit


11 JUN 2018:
Gerard Batten: British ex-servicemen who served in NI are being unjustly persecuted in the UK


11 JUN 2018: Stuart Agnew: Bulgarian justice system fails to protect EU citizens against property fraud by Russian groups



11 JUN 2018: Julia Reid: Baseless energy and climate policies profoundly damaging EU economy


11 JUN 2018:
David Coburn: EU attempts to micro-manage markets - financial dog's dinner


07 JUN 2018: Patrick O'Flynn: Theresa May rolls over to EU rule over Brexit (CULT committee)


07 JUN 2018:
Patrick O'Flynn: For eurozone to continue those who benefited from the euro must fund those it destroyed (CULT committee)


04 JUN 2018: Gerard Batten: The Guardian is a partisan political player trying to overturn Brexit vote (LIBE Committee)



04 JUN 2018: Stuart Agnew: A move towards buying British farm produce (AGRI committee)


31 MAY 2018:
Bill Etheridge: Freedom is an unstoppable ideal


31 MAY 2018:
Bill Etheridge calls for release of two British citizens held in Iran


30 MAY 2018: Julia Reid: Ecodesign Directive will ban tungsten bulbs from theatres by 2020


30 MAY 2018: Margot Parker: EU-trained Libyan coast guards atrociously abusing migrants


30 MAY 2018:
Jill Seymour: Tackling odometer fraud requires cross-border solutions


30 MAY 2018: Ray Finch: Selling England by the pound should never be part of our equation 


29 MAY 2018: Patrick O'Flynn: EU's pourous external border gives rise to internal border checks


29 MAY 2018: Bill Etheridge: EU-US tariff war would devastate steel industry


29 MAY 2018:
Bill Etheridge: Green obsessions cost jobs and money (Bluecard Question to Greens MEP Molly Scott Cato)


29 MAY 2018: Patrick O'Flynn: Stop berating Trump: EU has significantly worse record on tariff barriers


29 MAY 2018:
David Coburn: Italian president now taking orders from EU (Bluecard Question to Ind. MEP Steven Woolfe)


29 MAY 2018: Nigel Farage: With Italy you've bitten off more than you can chew


28 MAY 2018: Stuart Agnew: EU plan for young farmers fraught with red tape and open to abuse


28 MAY 2018:
David Coburn: A Euronationalist Scottish Nationalist? (Bluecard Question to SNP MEP Hudghton)


28 MAY 2018: David Coburn: North Sea plan exposes EU for what it is


21 MAY 2018: Nigel Farage: Who decides what's politically acceptable, Mr Zuckerberg? (Conference of Presidents meeting with Mark Zuckerberg)


17 MAY 2018: Stuart Agnew: GM produce circulating in organic food chain (AGRI committee)


17 MAY 2018: Stuart Agnew: Climate is driven by natural factors and there's nothing the Green lobby can do to stop that (AGRI committee)

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