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Bullet Blog (May 2011)
  - EU plans to strip UK of bank regulation powers
  - EU races to seal deal on second Greek bailout, fierce resistance expected against 65bn package
  - Uproar at £4bn UK bail-out for Greece
  - Greek anger as EU plots a power grab
  - Europe weighs options for new Greek package
  - China to help EU overcome debt crisis
  - They can try to `delay and pray` but the euro is running out of time
  - After the Greek Default
  - Brussels to push EU-wide standards for services
  - Europe`s new diplomatic service under fire
  - Norway systematically hid EU demands for oil-law reform
  - Western special forces spotted in Libya
  - India forges new bonding with Libya
  - Texans Revolt Against TSA Tyranny, Storm Capitol
  - Protestors at Jefferson Memorial arrested for silent dancing
  - New EU tax raid on Britain
  - We`ve spent five months just paying tax
  - EU racing to draft second Greek bailout: sources
  - EU, IMF to judge Greece as protests swell
  - Germany: Expect EU, IMF, ECB report on Greece by end of the week
  - The Greek `ultimatum`: Bailout (for the bankers) and (loss of) sovereignty
  - Bank of England could face independent inquiry into its handling of financial crisis as it acquires new powers
  - Anger as US arms dealer takes over running of Scottish nuclear bomb base
  - Germany to phase out nuclear energy by 2022
  - Afghan leader Karzai issues `last warning` to Nato
  - New EU guards to police our borders
  - One in five Irish people feel Ireland must start process of leaving EU
  - Europe is on the edge of financial collapse
  - EU`s Rehn warns Greece over June payment: report
  - Inspectors find that Greece missed all targets - report
  - Ireland may need more EU-IMF cash - minister
  - Easing migration into the EU: Has the EU gone mad?
  - Police brutally crack down on Spanish protestors (video)
  - Mladic arrest suggests a deal, not capture
  - Massive G8 aid for Arab Spring
  - Report: EU banks hold billions in Libyan assets
  - Tunisia: Birthplace of the Arab Spring fears Islamist insurgence
  - Immigration flows hit six year high
  - Migrant workers flooding Britain
  - 521,000 Poles now living in the UK
  - UK doles out more aid than any other country: Despite the savage cutbacks at home, we top world league in foreign aid
  - Greece could be disqualified from IMF cash injection
  - G8: Greece must do more to sort out debt problems
  - Christopher Monckton: A crisis of democracy (video)
  - Former Goldman Sachs exec to head ECB
  - Fury at Ashton`s £1bn cash pledge to Africa
  - Loophole for banks in Basel
  - Kenneth Clarke defends EU air passenger data deal with US
  - The $80-billion deal: Fed gave banks crisis gains on secretive loans low as 0.01%
  - Egyptians seek `Second Revolution`
  - Greece may need to `return to drachma` says Commissioner Damanaki
  - Greece is insolvent, unlikely to honour debt, ECB economist Issing says
  - Brussels denies talk of Greek euro exit
  - We will not default on debt, insists Kenny as crisis grows
  - The ECB`s Horror Show: The European central bank has billions at risk if Greece defaults
  - MEPs` budgetary wishlist likely to irritate states
  - Brendan Keenan: Real surprise is Europe enjoyed so much trust from citizens for so long
  - Angry ECB needs to do some fresh thinking on debt crisis
  - A stitch-up at the IMF
  - `Euro-realism` on the march... even in Belgium
  - US to hold details of British air passengers for 15 years
  - US federal government aims to extend regulatory reach in global financial transactions
  - East Midlands MEP fears for future of private schools
  - Barroso pledges 1.24 billion euros of taxpayers` money for EU`s neighbours
  - Baroness Ashton seeks millions more for her Euro empire
  - The EU `foreign office` needs its wings clipped
  - FANTASTIC NEWS! David Bannerman is gone!
  - Greek PM struggles for consensus on reforms
  - Irish face junk status if Greece restructures
  - Global stock markets fall as Spain default fears grow
  - Hamish McRae: Europe has been scarred and the pain will spread
  - The European dream is in danger: prepare for another rude awakening
  - EU Lays Out New Plans on Piracy, Music Rights
  - EU may impose monitoring system on candidate Croatia
  - Marmite made illegal in Denmark for having too many added vitamins
  - Tata cuts 1500 UK jobs over `double whammy` of carbon targets
  - How many more jobs will be sacrificed to appease the Climate Gods?
  - Libya rebels ask for EU money to keep the lights on
  - The End of the Eurozone? - Panel discussion at European Zeitgeist 2011 (video)
  - Tales from the Land of the Free: Cop Tasers 10-year-old girl for not going to bed (video)
  - New FSA to be EU`s enforcer
  - European Central Bank threatens to pull the plug on Greek lending
  - Werner: At last, a policy that`s better than a bail-out
  - EU bailout funds to sell more debt
  - Is the ESM another 700bn bazooka pointed in the wrong direction?
  - Ongoing protests rock Spain ahead of vote
  - Special Report: Van Rompuy warns leaders not to panic markets
  - New economies challenge EU claim to IMF throne
  - Sean O`Grady: Not a job for Europe`s rock star
  - Government Orders You Tube To Censor Protest Videos
  - Ban shopping bags says EU
  - EU to extend sanctions against Iran
  - UKIP welcomes Libertarian Party members
  - Britain`s 40 percent surge in ethnic numbers
  - Britain demands an end to lies about immigration
  - EU is too powerful for Alex Salmond to influence
  - ECB warns of disaster if Greek debt revamped
  - IMF tells Greece to stop dragging its heels over reform
  - Poland Backtracks on Euro Adoption
  - Special Report: Strauss-Kahn resigns as battle for successor rages
  - Merkel on the offensive ahead of tabloid battle over bailouts
  - Commission hints at deeper budget adjustment for Ireland
  - EU Pushes Next Ecofin Meeting Back To June 20
  - Special Report: Russia, Ukraine eye customs union with EU
  - Barroso says Turkey not burden for EU
  - EU gears up for post-Gaddafi role in Libya
  - Japan: Ashton is wrong on lifting China arms ban
  - Bankers get loan from EU
  - Rally Against Debt Was a Success
  - EU breaks taboo, talks of Greek debt restructuring
  - Brussels planning to give Greece more time to repay sovereign debt
  - Juncker admits to `mistakes` in tackling eurozone public debt
  - True Finns continue to rise
  - EU `not marginal` on world stage, Ashton says
  - Syrian leader to face EU sanctions as death toll climbs
  - Van Rompuy sells the euro in China
  - EU watchdogs raid Maersk and other liner shippers
  - Carbon pledge will double energy bills
  - Former `alarmist` scientist says Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) based in false science
  - UK`s first UKIP council `will put town on map`
  - Chaos as 181,000 migrants vanish after visas run out
  - EU Ministers OK $110.8 Billion Portugal Rescue
  - UK gives £4.3bn to Portugal bailout
  - Now our bill for EU bailout hits £12.5bn
  - Merkel rules out sovereign default in euro zone before 2013
  - Ireland needs `greater bailout flexibility`
  - IMF approves $2.8b Irish loan
  - Crises Overshadow EU Finance Ministers Meeting
  - With Dominique Strauss-Kahn a broken force, how long before the IMF line on bailouts changes?
  - A fantasy land of workplace rights that destroys jobs
  - Brussels gives OK to Swedish customs checks as Commission's game-plan unfolds
  - MEPs split over possible UN security council seat
  - Monckton: CO2 Mitigation: It`s Dopey
  - As Brussels welcomes Gaddafi arrest warrant the question arises: Arrest or Exile?
  - The EU`s troubles pose a dilemma for Britain
  - ECB Pushes The M.A.D. Button, Asks Court To Bar Greek Swap Disclosure, Threatens With Market Disruptions
  - Greece Had 13 Currency Swaps With Goldman, Eurostat Says
  - Iain Martin: The euro crisis is terrifying - but it`s Cameron`s last chance to restore Britain`s sovereignty
  - UK pound propping up the failed euro is Mad Hatter politics
  - Cameron told to get tough with Europe
  - Europe and immigration are vital issues, so lets discuss them
  - Unforseen evils of uncontrolled immigration to UK
  - Barroso warns Denmark on border checks
  - UKIP makes history by taking its first council
  - BBC Video: Rally held to back cuts to reduce UK deficit
  - Pro-cuts demonstration held outside Houses of Parliament
  - Lib Dem`s Tim Farron calls for a vote on Europe
  - Brussels mulls new loans for Greece
  - Analysis: EU has good grounds to delay Greek debt crunch
  - EU ministers meet to restore faith in flagging eurozone
  - Irish PM: Deal On Interest Rate May Not Be Sealed At Ecofin
  - EU loan is no bailout, it`s financial bullying
  - Strauss-Kahn Arrest Overshadows Greek Crisis as Talks Persist
  - All those who care about Britain`s future should attend the Rally Against Debt
  - Greece must agree to further conditions before second bailout, says Germany's Schauble
  - German economist: Greece should default now
  - Greek Woes Spur Tough Options
  - Finland cobbles together majority for Portuguese bailout
  - IMF says euro crisis could spread to core
  - Charlemagne: Germany continues to dither over how best to rescue the euro
  - Ireland`s future depends on breaking free from bailout
  - Showdown at EU as May insists we won`t take any more immigrants
  - Lax border controls are a danger to all of Europe
  - We need 420 new schools a year to cope with migrants
  - Members states reluctant to let Brussels have more say on border controls issue
  - EU: We`ll resist nuclear snooping
  - Sarkozy opposes reduction in EU agriculture budget
  - EU to back short-selling curbs
  - Denmark announces decision to reintroduce border controls ahead of Schengen meeting
  - Germany against `arbitrary` re-introduction of border checks
  - EU-IMF visit sparks violence in Greece
  - Germany wary of bearing gifts for Greeks
  - True Finns dig in as bailout costs balloon
  - Irish `caved` in too soon on bailout, says FDP rebel
  - Top EU institutions to use joint lobbyist register
  - Ashton announces plans for EU office in Benghazi
  - EU squanders US$2 billion in aid to Mugabe's Zimbabwe while sanctions are in place
  - Fury as our cutbacks are squandered on bailing out Greece in secret deal
  - New bailout for Greece set to cost taxpayers £3.2bn as Osborne admits UK is `reluctant participant`
  - UK Has Spent More Bailing Out Other Countries Than It Has Saved Through Austerity
  - Die Zeit calls for a referendum on the euro
  - Rehn warns Finland against a Portuguese `Lehman`
  - It`s got nothing to do with market economics: Rehn expects Irish rate cut
  - EU to keep files on all air passengers (and that includes what they EAT on flights)
  - EU drugs regulator accused of being too cozy with Big Pharma
  - Barroso`s game-plan: Schengen reform is not `knee-jerk` reaction
  - EU energy policy could push world`s poor `further into poverty`
  - Baroness Ashton puts Europe and Britain on collision course over call to give Brussels a seat on UN Security Council
  - Don`t bail out Greece, Tory MPs warn Cameron
  - `Greece to dump euro` report sparks chaos and denials
  - Osborne says Greece may need more euro zone help
  - The EU experience, 30 years on - a Greek view
  - Carnival of spin rages as Mideast leaders tour Europe
  - EU grants Mali 567 million euros
  - Croatia: Support for EU membership lowest in five years at 44.6 percent
  - Greece Mulls Plans for New Currency, Considers Exit from Euro Zone
  - The benefits of staying outside the Eurozone: UK now pays less than Germany for borrowing
  - Hague champions UK diplomacy over EU `action service` but is it just lip service?
  - Portuguese bail-out expected to push country into recession
  - Finland Moves Closer to Backing Portugal Bailout as True Finns Sidelined
  - German Note Yields Advance Before ECB Rates Decision; Spanish Bonds Drop
  - EU hits pause on interest rates increase
  - ECB must share some of blame in Irish debt crisis
  - Euro debt crisis: Final rescue before renovation
  - ECB: Clearing the way for an Italian hawk?
  - Bowing down to Brussels?
  - EU move risks UK`s seat at UN
  - Farage: AV is the thin of the wedge, that`s why we support it
  - Denmark`s immigration laws save country £6 billion
  - Border checks to be allowed only under strict EU criteria
  - Fury as UK faces £4 billion pay-out to rescue Portugal
  - Portugal`s 78bn bailout: As in Ireland, the worst may be yet to come
  - Ireland`s Kenny promises bailout rates deal
  - Clash of the Europhiles: Belgian minister publicly attacks EU foreign relations chief
  - Iceland Better Off Without EU Membership - Finance Minister
  - EU economic growth hampered by careless research spending
  - Turf war shows deeper problems with the EU`s neighbourhood policy
  - India, Mercosur `must withstand EU pharma demands`
  - India blocks EU proposal on allowing duty-free entry to Pakistan textiles
  - UK urged to abolish renewable energy targets, spend less to cut carbon
  - Is your Cat confused about the referendum on the alternative vote on the 5th May?
  - EU flag rule: Big fines if our public buildings fail to mark Europe Day
  - Nigel Farage could have saved the Yes campaign so why didn`t they ask him until it was too late?
  - Portugal, EU troika agree details of 78bn bail-out
  - True Finns reject Portugal bailout
  - The Arithmetic Adds Up to a Greek Restructuring
  - David McWilliams: EU now being threatened by its own central bank
  - Long and Winding Road to Normality
  - EU wins new powers at UN, transforming global body
  - Crime report spotlights Bulgaria and Romania passport-free bid
  - Government defiant over aid programme to Pakistan
  - Bank of England Governor Mervyn King warns on interest rate rise
  - EU super-watchdog warns economic crisis `far from over`
  - Treatment of Ireland a disaster for European project
  - Greece wants another loan extension to prevent restructuring
  - Euro area household saving down 13.4%, and 11.3% in EU27
  - Commission apologises for cancelling Christmas in school diaries but refuses to reprint
  - Bin Laden Death Prompts Review of Pakistan Aid, Afghan Mission
  - Herbal medicines banned as EU directive comes into force
  - Climate crime threatens billions in aid
  - Public will push China on environment: EU climate chief
  - EU wants to merge UK with France
  - EU Rehn: Debt Restructuring Not Part Of EU Strategy
  - Brussels readies plans to reinstate border checks
  - Germany, Austria finally open doors to eastern workers
  - EU claims to be investigating the $28 trillion credit default swaps market
  - Poland may change constitution to avoid eurozone entry
  - Obama claims Bin Laden has been killed by US forces in Pakistan
  - Hamas won`t oppose EU presence at border, official says

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15-18 April 2019


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03-04 April 2019


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25-28 March 2019


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11-14 March 2019


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11-14 February 2019


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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)