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Bullet Blog (March 2011)
  - Unravelling cost of the EU
  - How Britain`s EU bill has rocketed to £77bn
  - The EU steals yet another piece of British freedom
  - MPs gagged over Brussels power grab
  - Problems loom over EU bid to end eurozone crisis
  - European Inflation Comes At 29 Month High Of 2.6%, Well Above Expectations, Sends EURUSD Above 1.42
  - Stricken Portugal `lacks the cash to meet debt payments`
  - Portugal is cutting its way deeper into crisis. Could Britain follow?
  - Bank of Ireland, Two Smaller Banks Said to Need $12.7 Billion of Capital
  - Ireland`s Black Thursday: banking sector`s black hole to be revealed
  - Bondholders` position now looking precarious, but ECB still blocking attempts to make them share burden
  - McKinstry: Our adventure in Libya is simply helping Al Qaeda
  - Former Libyan Al Qaeda Leader Says There Are 1000 jihadists Amongst Rebels
  - Ron Paul: Constitutional Problems with the Libyan War
  - Colleagues conspiring against Germany`s foreign minister
  - Van Rompuy`s speech at Annual Conference on Europe: `A Changing Europe in a Changing World`
  - Buzek allows Olaf probe, continues to deny access to offices
  - EU mortgage law to hit first-time buyers, says industry
  - UK contribution to EU reaches £9bn a year
  - European Bank Funding Threatened as Basel III Meets Solvency II
  - Czech President Vaclav Klaus warns euro pact will lead to full political union
  - Eurozone crisis: The pain in Spain
  - Greek credit rating slashed to below Egypt`s
  - Libya coalition: next step could be arms to rebels
  - Libyan Rebel Council Forms Oil Company and Central Bank
  - US NATO Commander Admits Al-Qaeda Linked To Libyan Rebels
  - CIA Operative Appointed to Run al-Qaeda Connected Libyan Rebels
  - Eritrean refugees critcise Italy and Malta
  - Belgium political crisis sets new world record: 289 days and counting
  - Thousands protest against EU`s Kosovo mission
  - Radiation from Japan reaches Europe
  - UKIP promises to get rid of Welsh Assembly Members (with video)
  - Euro court rulings ARE the law, says our top judge
  - David Cameron accused of not telling whole truth over EU bail-out
  - EU bailout nears for Portugal
  - Annual euro-pact summits will see refuseniks asked to leave the room
  - Irish banks heading for new bailout
  - Opposition to EU plan for petrol-car-free cities
  - The EU`s tyrannical transport plan will stifle economic growth and cost British and European taxpayers trillions
  - MEPs approve 2009 accounts
  - London meeting to clarify politics of Libya action
  - Qatar recognises Libyan rebels after oil deal
  - Confusion reigns over MEP cash-for-amendments probe
  - Norway among EU`s most obedient
  - EU gives another 93 million dollars to Somalia peacekeeping mission
  - Is Fukushima About to Blow?
  - Main Street America is Rising Up
  - Fury as our EU bill hits £9bn - not including the Eurozone bailout bill
  - Tebbit: Nick Clegg`s political cross-dressing will benefit Labour and UKIP
  - Now the Minister they call Henley VIII is caught up in EU farm subsidies row
  - EU blocks £160m dockside face-lift that would create 800 jobs
  - Portugal under heavy EU pressure to seek financial aid
  - O`Grady: Is Britain really going to have to pay for the bailout?
  - Stewart: Europe needs debt relief, not decades of austerity
  - Libya: Nato agrees to strike at Gaddafi`s forces on the ground
  - Election defeat for German coalition
  - Nicolas Sarkozy`s party rebuked in French local elections
  - Radical EU transport plan unveiled
  - Over 400,000 join London anti-cuts march
  - Europeans have a bitter pill to swallow
  - Portugal crisis: The Eurovision singers giving voice to a nation's anger
  - Euro-hyenas are no laughing matter!
  - Ireland wants bank bondholders to share the pain
  - Ireland: Changing our corporate rate would be economic suicide - Scully
  - Rebels thank France but want `outside forces` to quit Libya
  - China voices worry about Nato civilian casualties in Libya
  - African Union petitions EU funds for Libya mediation
  - Syria lifts emergency law as EU condemns violence
  - Children pose as IRA terrorists at EU-funded centre
  - Turkey to be EU member by 2023: Turkey`s foreign minister
  - Out in Force: 300,000 to march in London anti-cuts protest
  - Little by little UKIP are overhauling the Lib Dems
  - Fury over £6bn bill to save Portugal
  - Pollard: More UK bailouts for the euro would be a total disgrace
  - EU leaders thrash out deal on permanent euro shield
  - Euro zone leaders set out restructuring of bailout fund
  - Protests against `austerity summit` turn violent
  - Text of EU Statement on Revised Terms for Permanent Rescue Fund
  - Shrinking Irish economy heightens debt risk
  - EU Has `No Tools` to Help Spain Fight Contagion, Cailloux Says
  - EU summit split on Libya, upset by Portugal
  - Libyan military action exposes EU divisions
  - The Utter Hypocrisy of The Office of the High Representative
  - Perhaps it IS a crusade: Sarkozy warns Arab rulers about Libya precedent
  - French-German Libya rift deepens
  - EU urges UN action to block Gaddafi access to oil revenues
  - Nato to enforce no-fly zone on Libya
  - Mixed response to draft EU law on online gambling
  - Fukushima Raised To Level 6 On INES Scale: Now Officially More `Serious` Than 3 Mile Island
  - IMF Prepares For `Threat To International Monetary System`
  - Portugal facing £61 billion bail-out as government loses confidence vote
  - Britain faces a £3bn bill to save Portugal in another EU bailout
  - EU leaders to delay eurozone rescue deal
  - Eurosceptic Finns derail plan to overhaul bailout mechanism
  - Protesters clash with police ahead of EU summit
  - David McWilliams: Time for us to sit tight and watch EU partners squirm
  - Euro`s Collapse Is Not `Unthinkable`: Warren Buffett
  - Europe`s Banks Would Need $355 Billion of Capital in S&P Stress Scenario
  - French jets shoot down Libyan warplane in first no-fly zone violation since UN sanctions
  - The Unreported Facts About Libya
  - EU diplomats ponder if Syria next to fall
  - EU struggles with being open about transparency
  - Anti-corruption campaigner calls time on MEP `parallel` jobs
  - Maltese MEP hits back at alleged `conflict of interest`
  - `Cash for laws` MEPs could face prosecution
  - Former MEP Den Dover ordered to pay back parliament expenses
  - Top 10 Keynesian Ways to Boost the US Economy
  - New EU Attack on City of London
  - Obama `believes in one world government` - Congressman Ron Paul on Freedom Watch
  - Finns could sink EU bailout plan
  - Timo Soini shows UKIP the way forward
  - UKIP: ahead of the curve on tax
  - Borrowing costs surge as EU changes bailout rules
  - Borrowing costs rise for Ireland, Greece and Portugal
  - Portuguese caretaker PM could not sign up to bail-out
  - Split on Libya averted as Nato given military control
  - Nato to take control in Libya after US, UK and France reach agreement
  - Top EU official defends Bahrain crackdown
  - BBC World Service and US State Department: new partners, new bias?
  - Brussels to propose 2.5 trillion overhaul of EU transport sector
  - Romanian MEP expelled over bribery scandal
  - Africa aid has been wasted and created army of beggars, says Mandelson
  - MEPs tell Buzek to seek end to Strasbourg seat
  - New Close Up Video Of Fukushima Destruction Released, As Black Smoke Prompts Evacuation Of Plant
  - UK Government is `assessing` whether to take part in `pact for the euro`
  - Denmark embraces euro-pact
  - EU agrees 700 billion fund to bail out euro zone
  - EU council puts down marker on budget cuts
  - Opposition to Libya assault grows as allies battle to protect united front
  - There is no way we should be in Libya
  - Italy presses for Nato command of Libya war
  - Germany plays up Arab scepticism on Libya action
  - US F-15 Crashes Over Benghazi, Two Crewmen Rescued By Libyan Rebels As Attention Switches To Gaddafi`s Gold
  - France rebukes EU energy chief over nuclear remarks
  - Radiation 1,600 times normal level 20 km from Fukushima plant: IAEA
  - Supreme Court rules Federal Reserve must release all bailout data
  - Plot to `rig` your EU vote
  - Now MEPs can use UK taxpayers` cash for propaganda to keep Britain in the EU
  - 4.6 billion bond issued to assist Ireland and Romania
  - Bank lobbying sting nabs three senior MEPs
  - EU foreign policy chief says head of Arab Leagues `misquoted` as criticizing Libyan operation
  - EU refuseniks justify staying out of Libya action
  - Tunisian migrants spark protests on Italian island
  - Irish PM Enda Kenny to tell EU leaders: We WILL burn the bank bondholders to spare taxpayers
  - Prepare for a European Union Divided in Two
  - Safe nuclear does exist, and China is leading the way with thorium
  - US Government to fund the BBC
  - Secret Iran Gold Holdings Leaked: Tehran Holds Same Amount Of Gold As United Kingdom, And Is Buying More
  - Allied Forces Begin Military Action Against Libya
  - EU unlikely to call on Bahrain regime to step down
  - Chauffeurs and spin doctors, how EU wastes cash
  - European Parliament spent £80 million on spin doctors and TV channel
  - Euro-MPs - on the gravy train or great value?
  - EU history museum branded `waste of money`
  - Classroom crucifix ban overturned
  - FBI Busts Mastermind Criminal For Issuing Silver Currency, Demanding Repeal Of Fed And IRS; Faces 15 Years In Prison
  - Libya: British fighter jets get ready for war
  - UN clears France and UK to strike Gaddafi
  - ECB Welcomes EU Draft Decision On Bailout Fund
  - Ireland: Corporate tax move `economic suicide`
  - Commission raises further 3.4bn for Ireland`s bailout
  - Japan risks credit crunch as yen thunders
  - 143 nuclear power plants in 14 EU countries to undergo stress tests news
  - EU opens barriers to expat health care
  - EU still arguing as bank test gets underway
  - UKIP success is warning to Tories
  - Further evidence of UKIP`s threat to the Conservatives
  - EU: Trade Deficit widens in January
  - Nine EU countries set out post-crisis growth plan
  - EU states oppose plans to end farm `subsidy millionaires`
  - Schools face ban on religious symbols
  - Offspring of clones in food chain leaves EU in bind
  - New EU duty on tiles is headache for DIY sector
  - Dutch government backs calls to scrap Strasbourg seat
  - Brussels will not dictate to Hungary, says PM Orban
  - Brussels pushes common EU tax base
  - MEP calls for `skull & crossbones` on illegal eggs
  - EU Court of Jusitce sausage ruling poses VAT question
  - MEPs decry `breach of trust` in EU-US data deal
  - EU and IMF accept Government proposals that differ from terms of rescue package
  - EU moves will make it harder for Ireland to borrow on markets again, say experts
  - Early election gamble further weakens Portugal
  - Nigel Farage confronts EU leaders with their hypocrisy on Libya - Dan Hannan MEP
  - Britain hails US `change in position` on Libya no-fly zone
  - Former UK air chief wary of Libya air strikes
  - Sarkozy is accused of accepting Libyan funds
  - EU officials: Bahrain situation more dangerous than Libya
  - Brussels nuclear debate goes into meltdown
  - EU Police make war crimes arrests in Kosovo
  - World energy crunch as nuclear and oil both go wrong - or so we`re told
  - Piers Corbyn: Earthquakes & Extreme Weather Same Family
  - Website jammed as thousands join EU poll
  - A referendum on Europe is long overdue
  - Nick Clegg dashes Tory hopes of Euro law opt-out
  - Assange case highlights EU arrest warrant `abuses`
  - Centralised EU economic governance: ushering a `silent revolution` in `small steps`
  - EU countries to face sanctions for high debts
  - Poorer EU states could block budget rule changes
  - Kenny will have to dig in hard to keep Irish tax rate
  - Moody`s downgrades Portugal debt rating
  - EU`s `Good Girls` Can`t Keep Footing Debt Bill, Halonen Says
  - The invasion of EU nurses: Number working in NHS doubles amid language fears after controls relaxed
  - France to take legal action over decision to cut Strasbourg trips
  - UNSC to discuss draft law on imposing no fly zone over Libya
  - EU countries to stress-test nuclear facilities after Japan plant crisis
  - New hope to get out of EU
  - The call for a referendum grows louder by the day
  - It is time for the British people to decide on the EU
  - Briton held in Hungarian prison to make legal bid
  - EU to make fresh company tax push despite Irish resistance
  - Banks have £1.6 trillion exposure to ailing quartet of Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Spain
  - Juncker `Not Happy` With Credit-Rating Firms After Spain Cut
  - Commission acts to ensure that member states fully implement EU legislation
  - Commission takes Poland to the EU Court of Justice for banning genetically modified feed
  - EU orders Cyprus to adopt a national civil aviation security program
  - Poll: 60 pct of Turks are against EU accession
  - EU plots greener fuel levy and increased coal taxes
  - EU May Need Tighter Supply to Avoid CO2 Slump, Adviser Says
  - EU considers banning plastic bags
  - Nuclear debate sees rise in EU carbon prices
  - Japan nuclear disaster sparks heated EU debate
  - EU mulls closing nuclear plants in the wake of Japanese disaster
  - Libya: David Cameron warns time is running out to stop Gaddafi
  - France and Germany clash over Libya no-fly zone
  - As Treasury Cash Drops To Just $14.2 Billion, And No Bond Auctions Until Next Week, Is America About To Run Out Of Cash?
  - Campaign for EU referendum starts
  - Give us a vote on our future in Europe: Cross-party campaign launched to secure historic referendum
  - McKinstry: Britain must take back the right to set its own laws
  - Is Cameron worried that withdrawal from the EU would be a foregone conclusion if a referendum is agreed?
  - Greek justice is no justice for Andrew Symeou - the Briton left in limbo
  - EU leaders reach deal on debt crisis
  - Greece wins eurozone concessions, Ireland rebuffed
  - Relief for Greece on loan conditions comes with high price
  - Total German triumph as EU minnows subjugated
  - Several German lawmakers criticise euro bailout deal
  - Germany needs to resist the euro`s sweet-smelling poison
  - Libya: EU insists UN vote is needed for use of force
  - Europeans say they are tolerant, but oppose immigration
  - Hiroshima nightmare haunts Japan again
  - Seven EU ministers push for deeper CO2 cuts
  - Groundbreaking New UN Report on How to Feed the World's Hungry: Ditch Corporate-Controlled Agriculture
  - UKIP poses challenge to traditional triumvirate - new study
  - Eurozone `agrees in principle` on policy co-ordination
  - Portugal`s Five-Year Yield Jumps to Euro-Era Record on Bailout Speculation
  - Liberal Democrats` secret plot is revealed
  - Heseltine`s £900,000 EU handout
  - Spain downgrade sparks storm over rating agencies
  - Eurozone debt crisis intensifies on eve of summit
  - Trichet and ECB risk jumping the gun on inflation
  - Greece Reaches Peak Desperation As It Tries To Sell `Diaspora Bonds` To Delay Bankruptcy
  - European leaders search for consensus on Libya
  - Libya: Nicolas Sarkozy to urge `targeted air strikes`
  - Libya: what are the legal implications of intervention?
  - Competitiveness Pact `was never the blueprint people thought it was`
  - EU goes ahead on joint patent, without Spain and Italy
  - Hungarian media law not good enough, MEPs say
  - £7.7million for boss of a bank WE bailed out, even though they lost £1bn last year
  - Hutton tells public sector: Work TEN years longer for a smaller pension
  - UK Politics: Gradually, all things become clear
  - Germany Dumps Global Warming Climate Disruption is Last Green Gasp
  - EU Budget: Denmark wants to abolish the British Rebate
  - Fury at Euro `cop out`
  - Our EU crusade is here to stay!
  - Tories begin to wake up to UKIP
  - Poll: 6pc of Tory voters have switched to UKIP
  - Cigarettes to be sold under counter in `puritan` move
  - EU paralysis drives fresh bond rout
  - Portugal pays record rate of almost 6pc to borrow 1bn
  - Former EU commissioner Sutherland says EU must rethink Ireland`s bailout deal
  - EU current account deficit rises sharply in Q4 of 2010
  - Europe serves up another charade on bank stress tests
  - EU states fail to agree CDS shortselling rules
  - Defiant MEPs approve ploy to axe trips to Strasbourg
  - Libya in shuttle diplomacy ahead of EU summit
  - Day Of Rage: Saudi Arabia In Veiled Threat To US
  - Muslim-Christian clash in Egypt leaves 13 dead
  - Soros: Communist Chinese Model Of Order May Become `The Envy Of The World`
  - Bernanke Tries To Explain Why A Ponzi Scheme Is A Perfectly Acceptable System For Post Civil-War America
  - `Kamikaze` EU finance tax is attack on the City
  - The European Union must never get power over tax
  - Non-EU parents of citizens entitled to residency, EU court in Luxembourg rules
  - Holland and Austria join ranks against easing terms of EU bailout
  - German states demand say in shaping future of the euro
  - EU nearing `competitiveness pact` agreement but divided over tax plans
  - Europe weakens bank stress tests
  - UK Tories again lose leadership of anti-federalist group in parliament
  - EU police report shows holes in US data deal
  - Women quotas are `demeaning`, says Latvian ex-president Vaira Vike-Freiberga
  - EU insists court decision won`t delay European patent
  - Commission: EU`s 2050 climate change targets to cost Europe 270 billion euro a year
  - Airlines to spend estimated 1.4bn euro on carbon permits in 2012
  - Lord Monckton: Economic Savage Warfare
  - Oil markets brace for Saudi `rage` as global spare capacity wears thin
  - EU mulling humanitarian military mission to Libya
  - Yemen police open fire on protesters, over 80 hurt
  - EU agency hammers Greek response to immigration wave
  - Greek unemployment jumps to 14.8 per cent
  - EU Parliament approves Tobin tax on transactions
  - EU power must be stalled, Batten tells Cameron
  - Spain town reintroduces peseta to boost economy
  - ECB turned blind eye to predatory lending, ex-EU-ambassador says
  - Record high yield on 10-year Irish bonds
  - Greek fury as Moody`s slashes credit rating again while Portugal edges nearer to EU bailout
  - Portuguese Bond Yields, Greek CDS Both At All Time Wides
  - Geithner to meet Trichet and Schaeuble in Germany
  - West divided on Libya `no-fly` options
  - Libya rebels reject Gaddafi exit talks
  - Libya rebel leaders to speak at European Parliament
  - European Commissioner Ciolos: EU under no food crisis threat
  - MEPs vote for `naked` short-selling restrictions
  - How many times have we heard politicians promising to cut red tape? Ten REAL ways to help business
  - EU calls for gender balance on company boards
  - European patent court would infringe EU law, court considers
  - Croatia`s scepticism toward EU membership grows in March
  - Beef farmers `could lose 25bn` in EU trade deal
  - EU To Create 212.9 Mln CO2 Permits For Aviation In ETS In 2012
  - Australian coalition rejects Euro model for carbon
  - `Lawful Rebellion` protestors `arrest` Birkenhead county court judge
  - Barnsley, Scarborough & UKIP on 7% nationally
  - McKinstry : The tide is turning and we see the EU for what it truly is
  - Flat-Earth European Central Bank misreads oil spike again, and kicks Spain in the teeth
  - Euro Rally Masking Political Discord as EU Leaders Battle Debt
  - With $5 Trillion In US And European Funding Needs Over The Next 3 Years, How Long Until The Global Monetization Tsunami Hits (Again)?
  - Irish bailout: Package calls for extra 50bn to assist banks
  - New Dublin government prepares for crucial EU summits
  - Merkel rebuffs Ireland bid to cut EU bailout cost
  - Cameron under fire over bungled SAS mission in Libya
  - EU fact-finding mission: Diplomat in Tripoli says situation looks `almost calm`
  - Italian minister urges US to leave Libya crisis to Europe
  - EU commissioner Dalli defends pro-Gaddafi speech
  - Saudis mobilise thousands of troops to quell growing revolt
  - Transport Secretary Philip Hammond reveals his ignorance of wind power
  - A light-bulb moment: End for windfarms in places with no wind
  - We can become third biggest British party, claims UKIP leader after Lib Dems` Barnsley by-election bashing
  - How Ashton`s army of fat-cat eurocrats wastes £400m a year
  - Tory MP John Redwood: Euro courts are meddling with parliament
  - EU Summit Will Determine Fate Of Portugal, Spain - Greek PM
  - MEPs vote themselves extra 1,500 allowance a month
  - EU Commissioner breaks ranks with Barroso over Gaddafi
  - MI6 spies plot to oust Gaddafi
  - Millions call for civilian rule in Egypt
  - Religious Tensions In Bahrain On Edge
  - Ron Paul: Fall of the Federal Empire
  - Bank of England chief under fire after warning Britain is at risk of another financial crisis
  - Lib Dems: now even less popular than the BNP
  - UKIP 2nd in Barnsley, thumps Tories and Lib Dems
  - Cheesed Clegg on Toast
  - By-election `kicking` for Coalition as Lib Dems slump to sixth place
  - ECB prepares rate rise as global tide turns
  - IMF Official Warns Against Europe Raising Rates Too Much
  - Euro to strengthen to 13-Month high, then `fade`, says FX Concepts` Taylor
  - Portugal, Which Has 20 Billion In Bond Maturity And Deficit Outflows In 2011, Has Only 4 Billion In Cash
  - ECB urges new Irish government to proceed with recapitalisation
  - EU commission to pay millions in compensation to software firm
  - £250 a week for every migrant
  - McKinstry: The EU unleashes another expensive invasion upon us
  - EU concerned at detention of Turkish journalists
  - Libya: Col Gaddafi to face ICC war crimes probe
  - Barnsley by-election: Poll pressure for Lib Dems
  - Get Britain out of the EU now
  - Britain must escape EU superstate
  - Insurance group eyes EU sex ruling profit boost
  - Still there`s no stopping the `utter madness` of European Courts
  - Irish trade unions `dare` EU to hold referendum on economic pact
  - EU cannot commit to lower bailout rates - Merkel
  - Imposing losses on senior bank bondholders valid, says Soros, who`s been playing good-cop for quite a while now
  - UK raises stakes on prisoner votes in stand-off with European Court in Strasbourg
  - Denmark eyeing referendum on euro
  - German, Austrian chancellors renew call for EU financial tax that banks may then pass on to taxpayers
  - Thousands march in India against EU trade deal
  - Barroso to young Arabs: `We are with you`
  - The narcissism of the iPad imperialists who want to invade Libya
  - Libyans are doing it by themselves
  - NICK Clegg: Let`s give more cash to Arab countries
  - EU essentially supported the dictators` regimes in North Africa
  - Futures Surge On Rumor Of Highly Impossible Hugo Chavez-Mediated Peace Plan
  - Survey: Czechs` trust in EU lowest in history
  - EU to provide 470 million euros in assistance to Ukraine
  - UN tells Britain to open its doors to refugees
  - New EU law rips us all off
  - EU to scrap controversial fishing restrictions
  - The Charter of Fundamental Rights: Alive and kicking
  - Commission set for power-grab under new EU rules
  - German-Irish brinkmanship raises EMU stakes
  - Leaked EU paper details framework for new bailout deal for Ireland
  - EU Rehn`s Comments Seen Affecting Irish Coalition Talks
  - Portugal to Be Bailed Out by EU This Month, Axa Investment Says
  - BoE`s Mervyn King is `surprised anger directed at bankers is not greater`
  - France warns against Libyan immigration
  - EU calls special summit on Libya and North Africa
  - Airstrikes in Libya did not take place - Russian military (RT Video)
  - Libya`s Bankers Exposed: Goldman, JP Morgan And Citi
  - EU draft raises doubts about Croatia`s EU talks
  - EU competition watchdog raids e-book sector
  - Fish Hat Pope - Lawful Rebellion (video)
  - Migrant cover-up: Reports kept secret by Labour show mass immigration cut wages, raised tensions and that too many stayed too long
  - Immigration? We got it wrong admits Ed Miliband
  - Cheap insurance for women and elderly banned by EU Court of Justice
  - Lukewarm response to Barroso-Van-Rompuy economic plan
  - EU to discuss lower interest rates for Ireland - Commissioner Rehn
  - How Ireland Can Leave The Euro: One Expert`s View
  - EU weighs using budget to back bonds for large infrastructure projects
  - EU to Grant 20.7 mln USD to Support ASEAN Single Market
  - Europe`s growing prosperity gap
  - Erdogan calls EU to reveal true intentions over Turkey
  - EU slaps toughest sanctions yet against Gaddafi
  - US and EU states consider military option against Gaddafi
  - EU ministers to discuss end to fish discards
  - EU Says Carbon Price Isn`t Encouraging Clean-Energy Systems
  - Why the £250bn wind power industry could be the greatest scam of our age - and here are the three `lies` that prove it
  - Report: EU Confiscating Imported PlayStation 3s
  - The EU tries to hijack The King`s Speech
  - The market is telling us that the dollar is finished
  - China forced to deny it will experience HYPERinflation in 2011, as Russia unexpectedly hikes interest rates

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)