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Bullet Blog (July 2011)
  - New chance to force EU vote
  - David Cameron cannot duck his European problem
  - Now EU meddles with Royal Mail sell-off plans
  - German finance minister: Greek deal no transfer union
  - Spanish warning spells euro pain as crisis continues
  - EU-IMF Require Ireland To Draw Up Privatization -Finance Ministry
  - EU queries Dutch village's plan to ban jobless immigrants from taking up residence
  - `It has to go away`: Facebook director calls for an end to internet anonymity
  - Keiser, Schiff and Celente on the predicament of the US dollar
  - Black Swans of Politics: Tricks the Media Use Against Ron Paul
  - Commission opens in-depth investigation into state aid to UK postal operator Royal Mail
  - Eurozone crisis fears continue as Italy forced to pay higher rates to borrow
  - Cyprus government resigns amid economic woes
  - Rating agency takes aim at Spain, euro falls
  - Europe`s Businesses Express Gloom
  - Guess who`s in the money?
  - Fiddling as the euro implodes
  - Charlemagne: How much closer a union?
  - New NASA Data Blow Gaping Hole In Global Warming Alarmism
  - Drowning-Polar-Bear Warming Scam Exposed (video)
  - EU court rules Italian switchover from analogue to digital TV illegally subsidised
  - EU calls for deeper study of `lone wolf` terrorism
  - San Francisco police shoot and kill unarmed 19-year-old over $2 bus fare
  - Greek bail-out was a one-off, says German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble
  - Papandreou calls new Greek loans `eurobonds`
  - IMF warns France on budget deficit targets
  - Europe`s hot summer as Italy and Cyprus join sick list
  - Cyprus could need bailout
  - EU`s Proposal to Implement Basel III Undermines Spirit
  - Islamic extremists set up Sharia law controlled zones in British cities (to the glee of those who want more conflict)
  - Murdochs were given secret defence briefings
  - Green agenda has parallels with excesses of communism, warns Czech President
  - The Wall Street `Pentagon Papers`: Biggest Scam In World History Exposed Are The Federal Reserves Crimes Too Big To Comprehend?
  - Caught on tape: Police beat and taser `gentle` mentally-ill homeless man to death
  - Spot the Zeitgeist: Grandmother convicted and electronically tagged for being too upset to kill her elderly dog
  - Losing in Libya
  - In The Land Of Self-Interested Pygmies, No One Advocates For The Nation
  - Italian and Spanish borrowing costs rise as Greek bailout fails to convince
  - German FinMin says euro zone integration must progress
  - IMF Chief raises idea of creating more cash through more debt for more debt
  - IMF chief warns of social unrest in Europe
  - Analysts: `Eurozone crisis deepens as slowdown spreads to the core`
  - More online surveillance needed, officials in Europe say
  - Meltdown for ice cream vans
  - Bid to overturn `racist` English test
  - Complexity And Collapse
  - US visa ban on Russian officials poses questions for EU
  - The difference between Ron Paul and the GOP imposters - PBS interview (video)
  - Stark Admission: Democrat Congressman Admits Debt Limit Debate Is a `Charade
  - Eurozone bonds `creep` upwards over bailout uncertainty
  - Economists lose faith in Greek rescue
  - If we`re in decline when will things start looking up?
  - Bailout Will Add to Greek Debt
  - The European Union has entered terminal decline
  - Chart of the Day: how do you feel about the European Union?
  - Commission absolves France and Italy over Schengen row
  - Europe`s right wing distances itself from Norway killer
  - Council calls for 2.02% increase in EU`s 2012 budget to Commission's 4.9% proposal
  - Hungary destroys illegal GM corn fields, plans to make distributing GMO seeds a felony
  - Climate change, fake charities, Nazis and Chris Huhne
  - Visualizing America`s Cash Outflows Between August 3 And August 15
  - Gold soars as fears of us default panic the markets
  - Militarising the UK police
  - Libya War Lies Worse Than Iraq
  - TSA Police Beat Unsuspecting Girl At Reagan National Airport Causing Brain Damage (video)
  - Psychiatric disease labeling of children exposed as scam by non-profit group
  - Moody`s Cuts Greek Debt Rating Further
  - Greece: Two Bail-outs and a Funeral
  - Euro crisis: it`s holiday time for the officials but how long has the latest Greek bail-out really won them?
  - Angela Merkel faces revolt in Germany over rescue deal
  - The moment of truth for Europe and Britain
  - Ken Clarke: never rule out joining the euro
  - Cameron rules out vote on creation of EU superstate after £96billion bailout
  - The West is living in a fantasy world over its debt crisis
  - Britain has a once-in-a-generation chance to break free from Europe
  - EU ruling could force out older workers
  - EU to block bank accounts of bad payers
  - EU scheme to ease child maintenance payments
  - Serbia loses faith in European future
  - Germany divided again as Europe grapples with euro bailout plan
  - Europol plans task force for Norway (and if you are labeled `right wing` then you could be a terrorist)
  - PM calls for foreign police to take top jobs
  - Immigration is still a top worry for the average man
  - Nigel Farage on Radio 5 Live
  - Europe On 387 Million A Day (book)
  - `Indebted EU states can model Iceland` (video)
  - Fed Audit Reveals Eye-Popping $16 Trillion In Secret Loans To Bailout Bankers
  - Christopher Monckton v Richard Denniss - National Press Club Debate, Australia (video)
  - EU tightens noose around Greece with a new £96bn bail-out
  - A great opportunity to leave the EU is looming
  - Eurozone leaders hail leap towards economic union
  - Eurozone debt crisis: EU growth falls to near two-year low
  - Europe steps up to the plate (Evans-Pritchard)
  - Euro crisis: fiscal union heralds a dystopian future
  - Summer of riots to take over Greece
  - European Central Bank chief does not exclude Greek default
  - Germany May Back Euro Bonds in Future, Deputy Foreign Minister Hoyer Says
  - Prospect of two-speed union comes closer to reality
  - Spain to make u-turn on labour market access for Romanians
  - What did PM tell Murdoch about the BSkyB takeover?
  - Steelmakers sue EU over carbon market rules
  - Climate change sceptics should get less BBC coverage and be challenged `more vigorously`, says report on science output
  - Congressman Ron Paul says US default on debt is unavoidable
  - Euro zone to offer longer loans for a softer crash-landing
  - France and Germany reach deal ahead of crucial summit
  - Euro could face its `splat moment` as José Manuel Barroso breaks cover
  - `Last chance saloon` for the ravaged euro
  - It is time to bury the corpse of the single currency
  - Where each of the eurozone countries stand on the Greek bail-out
  - Europe needs migrants despite the crisis, says commissioner Malmstrom
  - Nigel Farage returns to Stony Stratford - BBC Look East
  - Nigel Farage responds to Chris Huhne`s renewable energy proposals
  - Uproar as BBC muzzles climate change sceptics
  - Christopher Monckton at the `No Carbon Tax` Rally, Hyde Park, Sydney
  - Only Germany can save EMU as contagion turns systemic
  - Merkel plays down chances of a full solution to Greek debt crisis
  - Good cop, bad cop: IMF warns the Eurozone of £400bn global `earthquake` and urges them to rescue Greece
  - IMF: EU must harmonise its taxes for euro
  - Proposals Emerge to Curb Greek Debt Load
  - EU`s banks face stringent capital rules
  - Bombardier executive is snubbed in South Africa trade visit
  - Blanchflower Says EU Debt Contagion May Spread to France (video)
  - Wind farms force up the cost of electricity
  - Whistleblower`s Death: James Corbett on Murdoch scandal turning bloody (video)
  - Markets tumble on eurozone debt crisis fears
  - Basel III Games: EU bank rules offer glimpse of centralised new world
  - Portugal`s Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho discovers `colossal` budget hole
  - Portugal Loses Patience With Europe
  - The head of the world`s biggest hedge fund sees `economic collapse` due to money printing by early 2013
  - Euro banks may have to raise 80bn as stress tests fail to ease market fears
  - Eurozone: Even Getting It Right Seems to Be Wrong
  - UK banks hit 12-month lows following European stress tests
  - Developed World Default Risk In Race To Top After German, UK CDS Surge By 50% In Two Weeks
  - UK snubs Ashton over EU military headquarters
  - Britain must ban migrants, says Miliband`s chief policy guru
  - Derek Clark hits out after leaked reports claims David Cameron could have saved Bombardier jobs
  - EU cost-benefit analysis
  - Commission says Danish border controls `unjustified`
  - US Debt Ceiling Drama
  - Divisions remain ahead of EU debt summit
  - A modest proposal for eurozone break-up
  - Markets braced for falls as EU argues over Greek bailout
  - Andor opposes `unsustainable` austerity measures
  - Role-playing Hague pulls another one: let`s make EU work to our advantage
  - Eight banks fail European stress tests
  - Southern Exposure for Europe`s Banks
  - How the rich Germans robbed us of train jobs
  - The European Union in its entirety is beyond repair
  - Plan D stands for default and death of euro
  - EU plots to control Britain`s military forces
  - Debt crisis hits markets on both sides of Atlantic
  - US warns of global crisis over its debt
  - Towards a cashless society: A bank account for every EU citizen
  - Outrage at VAT threat after `greedy` Eurocrats target UK for another £3bln
  - Nothing good is emerging from the European Union
  - Vacant seats of power in Europe
  - `Tory twaddle on Europe is 20 years too late` says Farage
  - Lords ruling on credit ratings agencies
  - The Euro: Its Inevitable End
  - Titanic spectre looms large over world finance
  - Brussels launches plan to scupper UK Coastguard
  - Revealed: Cameron`s 26 meetings in 15 months with Murdoch chiefs
  - Phone hacking: Rupert Murdoch`s media empire explodes
  - Protest against Stony Stratford smoking ban proposal
  - Belgium officially bans the burqa
  - US recognises Libyan rebel council as legitimate government
  - The Stalinisation of Rural America: Obama`s Executive Order #13575
  - Thousands on secret council blacklists: Personal details kept of residents who dare to complain
  - Arizona woman arrested while exposing Police Chief corruption at a city council meeting
  - IMF will have direct say in crucial decision for Budget 2012
  - EFSF Bond Buying Won`t Work, Is August 20th Default-Day?
  - Health tests on ailing banks pile more pressure on euro
  - Our Flag Day in Brussels is a sign of things to come
  - Britain told `You can quit EU`
  - Fury as David Cameron snubs Bombardier rescue bid
  - Italy on course for fast-track approval of budget
  - Greek debt will hit 172pc of GDP next year, IMF predicts
  - UK `must save £50bn a year or face a similar crisis to Greece`
  - New EU policy aims to reduce overfishing by 2015
  - Syrian opposition tells EU that Assad will fall in `weeks`
  - As Italy and Spain wobble, Brussels plots a superstate
  - Greek bailout needs bigger debt facility, say sources
  - Ireland downgraded to `junk` in spiralling euro-crisis
  - Most of us now want to pull out of the EU
  - EU migrants to get British pensions
  - Families face £1,000 bill for green energy: Huge annual levy to appease the climate lobby
  - Green power to cost £100bn
  - Is the US three weeks away from default?
  - Debt Ceiling Plan: Senate GOP Leader Offers Obama Dictatorial Powers to Avoid Default
  - MPs approve £9bn increase in IMF lending capacity
  - German `Nein` leaves Italy and Spain in turmoil
  - New Fears on Italy Jolt Europe
  - Britain facing a £43 billion hit if the Italian economy collapses
  - Express: No More Eurozone Bailouts
  - Eurozone`s debt talks fail as Italy nears crisis
  - `Cautious` welcome for euro zone bailout fund proposal
  - Eurozone pledges new steps to help Greece
  - Greek default may be `inevitable`: George Soros
  - EU moots changing bailout rules to calm markets
  - Brussels to propose curbs on sovereign debt ratings
  - Tim Harford: The euro will end in tears (video)
  - EU wants to join fight against terrorist funding
  - £1bn corruption fines of German firm that cost Britain 1,400 jobs
  - It`s green taxes that are driving up our fuel bills
  - EU calls top officials to meet on second debt package for Greece
  - Top eurozone officials meet amid alarm on Italy
  - Italy and Spain must pray for a miracle
  - Bank stress tests won`t restore market confidence, claims Ernst & Young
  - China: EU bailout leaves `fundamental problems` unresolved
  - EU officials more nuanced on human rights after trips to China
  - First trucks, now trains: how EU rules kill off our industries
  - Government demands fishing reforms
  - Electricity bills to rocket by a third because of the EU
  - Airlines fight EU law capping greenhouse gas emissions
  - Carbon tax to destroy Australia - Lord Christopher Monckton
  - `We don`t know where that 2.3 trillion dollars Went` Congressman calls for audit of Pentagon
  - Taxpayer forced to foot £56,000 bill after university is given `outrageous` fine for not displaying EU flag
  - Express: 99% back our crusade to defy EU over train jobs
  - Nick Clegg wants bigger UK role in eurozone crisis
  - Farage: ECB and IMF treatment of Greece is a warning against global government
  - Portugal Junked: `Bailouts - outrageous anti-taxpayer scam`
  - ECB tightens noose on Southern Europe
  - ECB waives credit rules on debt of Portugal
  - UniCredit Stock Halted After Plunge As Fresh Wave Of Italian Fears Emerges
  - Manufacturing is the lifeblood of a prosperous nation
  - Brussels` Eurocrats see EU project in `lasting crisis`
  - Belgium descends into new chaos
  - We want British jobs for British workers
  - Half of European Commission workers earn more than £71,500 a year
  - Eurozone split over new Greece bailout
  - Barroso to ratings agencies: `We know better`
  - Portugal downgrade raises fresh concerns over Ireland
  - ECB set to increase interest rates in bid to protect euro from (hyper)inflation
  - `This must be the only bailout in history where you ladle more water into the boat` - Douglas Carswell
  - Almost a third of banks could fail EU stress tests
  - Tusk says Poland remains keen on adopting the euro
  - Airport body scanners: European Parliament demands strict safeguards (indeed)
  - European motorists to be tracked down cross border
  - EU trade barriers come under fire at WTO
  - Fined £500k for not flying EU flag: Brussels penalises UK museums, firms and councils
  - Bankers to discuss new time frame for Greece`s debt repayments
  - Noonan says `excessive` profits on Irish bailout could be as high as 9bn
  - Germany`s judges hold the euro`s fate in their hands
  - Moody`s: new bailout looms for Portugal
  - Thousands axed as Britain gives train jobs to Germany
  - German minister seeks holiday boycott of Denmark
  - EU parliament rejects emissions report
  - EU Commissioner wants to get rid of smaller banks
  - Greek debt rollover amounts to `selective default`
  - Finland seeks guarantees against bailouts
  - German court to hear euro bailout challenge
  - Italy agrees to 43bn austerity plan
  - Lessons of Argentina crisis ignored in handling of Greece
  - Severe economic shock `would break one in 10 European insurers`
  - Libya: NATO runs out of bombs, German shells `to the resque`
  - So much for global warming as planet Earth gets colder
  - Forest density study blows hole in excess CO2 myth and the supposed need for carbon taxes
  - Fury as EU tries to snatch crucial rebate off Britain
  - This Fourth of July, Britain should bring the American revolution home
  - Eurogroup Approves Fifth Greek Bailout Tranche - Complete Statement And Math Fail
  - Juncker Warns `The Sovereignty Of Greece Will Be Massively Limited`
  - Greece cannot borrow its way out of this debt crisis
  - Scapegoats on the ready: Ratings agencies could wreck Greek `rescue` by declaring it a default
  - Greece`s bailout faces German court scrutiny tomorrow
  - Greece must sell off assets East German-style
  - Poland takes part in eurozone meeting amid worry `if it`s safe to join`
  - Polish leader raises alarm about `new` euroscepticism
  - BoE interest rates to be kept low to make it easier for banks to borrow new money and make good profits
  - UK should riot over EU waste
  - Gaza flotilla boats preparing to confront Greek coastguard
  - Influential MEP calls for shale gas regulation
  - Monckton goes on the attack over `climate fascist` tag
  - Will the Swiss return to gold standard currency?
  - Treasury says it will not give up British rebate
  - Weak economy may force second bailout of Ireland
  - Greece Welcomes Its New European Overlords - Juncker Warns "The Sovereignty Of Greece Will Be Massively Limited"
  - The European Dream is choking to death
  - Are Tony Blair and Peter Mandelson edging towards world domination?
  - Immigration: Too many people and not enough resources to cope
  - Millions for fantasy land
  - U.S. forces STILL flying hundreds of bombing raids over Libya as Obama says America is only playing a limited role
  - African Union disregards Gaddafi arrest warrant
  - Huge Pro-Gaddafi demonstration in Tripoli (video)
  - Spokesman: Iran Supports Popular Uprisings in Region
  - Attempt to shut down warming debate a real scandal
  - Monckton beats gag attempt by academics
  - Max Keiser speaks to lawyers in Athens (video)
  - Economic Crisis and `Social Explosion`
  - `The Family and Politics` (UKIP Liverpool - Video in four parts)
  - Greece approves second part of controversial austerity bill
  - Italian government backs 47bn austerity package
  - German banks agree to participate in `aid` package
  - Commission proposal for the EU budget post-2013: the good, the bad and the ugly
  - Mixed response to commission call for EU budget increase
  - UK population grew by half a million last year - the fastest rate for half a century
  - Eurosceptic True Finns now biggest party in Finland
  - Financial woes to dominate Polish EU presidency
  - Our politicians need to look beyond Europe
  - EU states object to transparency in law-making

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)