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Bullet Blog (September 2011)
  - UK faces £2.5bn benefits bill rise for EU migrants
  - Brussels threatens to sue Britain to let in `benefit tourists`
  - British workers to lose jobs under new EU rules
  - Stop the European Union from bankrupting Britain
  - Merkel breathes easily as MPs vote for 211bn German contribution to EU bailout fund
  - German bailout vote is `too little, too late`
  - Berlin bailout fails to ease euro fears as Greek default seems unavoidable
  - German ratification turns spotlight on Slovakia
  - `Warsaw Treaty` to seal Croatia`s EU accession
  - Greek civil servants block troika dictatorship from entering finance ministry
  - ECB gave Berlusconi orders on how to run Italy
  - Italy to Use Assets to Reduce Debt
  - China signals reluctance to support euro
  - Clegg admits EU is facing disastrous break-up
  - Turkey to shape British laws
  - Credit out of thin air: IMF Explores Options to Expand Its Lending Power to $1.3 Trillion
  - Reality Struck: BBC`s `Goldman Sachs Rules` eye-opener
  - The Myth of American Freedom
  - Wall Street Protest Growing as Major Unions Join In
  - Green biofuel `makes climate change worse`
  - Fury at `brainwashing` plan for EU citizenship lessons in every school
  - Visa alert on thousands of students
  - Migrants more likely to claim jobless benefit - report
  - Germany poised to vote in favour of European financial stability facility
  - Germany`s lower house backs new EU bailout proposals
  - EU Details Financial Transaction Tax
  - Barroso tells central bankers what they want to hear
  - German inflation hits ECB rate cut hopes
  - How we pay out £2,500 in inflation
  - EU Plans to Involve Investors in Bank Rescues, Handelsblatt Says
  - Euro is a burning building with no exits, says role-player Hague
  - Deeper unity far from easy solution to euro zone woes
  - French targeting 11bn of savings in effort to save triple-A rating
  - France eyes new carbon tax in 2012 budget
  - £26m on the EU offices used once a week
  - Miliband under pressure to back EU referendum
  - Barroso calls on ECB to do whatever it takes in crisis
  - President Barroso urges deeper economic integration
  - EU Parliament Okays `6-Pack` Of Tighter Economic Governance Rules
  - Germany slams `stupid` US plans to boost EU rescue fund
  - EU hushes talk of multi-trillion bail-out ahead of German vote
  - European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) Leverage: A Rundown
  - How the Eurozone bailout of Greece is turning into one big subprime mess
  - An `orderly` default is no longer anathema in euro zone
  - David McWilliams: Why the markets would thank us for defaulting
  - Greece Passes Property-Tax Law, Clearing a Path for Additional Aid
  - Troika team heads to Greece, again
  - Former Chief ECB Economist Tells It Is Inevitable Greece Will Leave Eurozone And The Greek Debt Haircut Will Be 50%
  - EU calls for one-year ban on cod fishing
  - German turmoil over EU bail-outs as top judge calls for referendum
  - David Cameron backs down over EU pledge
  - Voters who expect Britain to leave EU are 'living in world of illusion' admits Cameron aide
  - Europeans mull bigger bailout fund for Italy, Spain
  - `Risk on!` as mega bailout package for Europe takes shape
  - US: EU has `not very much time`
  - UBS` Euro Doom And Gloom Team Releases Sequel: `The Eurozone Sovereign Crisis Has Entered A More Dangerous Phase`
  - European bailout fund could run out
  - Market trader says Eurozone market will crash in less than 12 months (BBC video)
  - Polish ministers pray for EU not to fall apart
  - Tightening the Noose: France Bans Cash Sales of Gold-Silver over 450
  - EU seeks to resolve UK clash with ECB on derivatives clearing
  - EU hits `Top 10` airlines with historic carbon benchmarks: 85% carbon permits for free
  - Brussels slammed for bad science on biofuels
  - The Finns Party`s Timo Soini to run for president
  - Thousands of civilians granted power to issue fines
  - £1.75 trillion deal to save the euro
  - Eurozone faces week of political uncertainty
  - Meltdown fears for euro as G20 makes plans for Athens to default on debt
  - Forget saving the Greeks: the euro is doomed to fail
  - Malta asks for collateral on Greek loan in bid for equal treatment
  - Only ECB has power to `scare` global stock markets, warns IMF
  - Christine Lagarde: IMF may need billions in extra funding
  - IMF exposes Tory empty promise on bailouts
  - Europe Weighs Speedier Enactment of Permanent Bailout Fund to Stem Crisis
  - EU parliament reminds governments of its new budget powers
  - Parliament to adopt `six pack` EU budget rules
  - Herman van Rompuy says the EU is the `fatherland` of democracy (video)
  - Digital Journal Op-Ed: Bilderberg some dare call it conspiracy
  - Global warming and the twisting of our children`s minds
  - EU opinions multiply on Palestinian UN upgrade
  - IMF chief tells Europe: `you must bail out the banks again` - with taxpayers as collateral for new money
  - Former Commissioner says EU needs 2 trillion bailout fund (that`s 2,000 billion)
  - Border checks `in chaos` as asylum seekers soar by 12%
  - Farage: If we controlled immigration we would not have a housing crisis
  - Cameron finds solace in euro crisis
  - Rationale behind ECB opposition to burning bondholders: nothing to do with enslavement of nations
  - The collapse of the EU will save us all
  - Irish parliamentarians call for referendum on EU treaty amendments
  - Commissioner Reding urges France, Germany to issue Euro-Zone bonds
  - Fear gauge enters the red zone
  - The shadow of recession: Faltering growth will exacerbate the crisis
  - Swift backlash to Greek austerity as workers down tools
  - Measures divide Greek ruling party
  - Cyprus-Turkey gas dispute escalates
  - Problem-Reaction-Solution: EU`s self-sustaining dynamic creates demand for further integration
  - EU civil servants slam 40-hour week
  - First fines for flouting French ban on burkas
  - IMF: Banks need more cash to hedge against euro crisis
  - EU banks forced to raise cash or face `debilitating` contagion
  - Greece default not an option, says EU`s Van Rompuy
  - Athens braced for public anger in wake of pay and pension cuts
  - The great euro swindle
  - The Sovereign Risk Dislocation Trade Means Big, Black Clouds Coming To `Risk Free`
  - European Service Activity Contracts For First Time In Two Years As Global Recession Now Ensured
  - EU short-selling talks collapse amid sovereign debt fears
  - Commission to fudge CO2 effects of biofuel
  - Game Changer: Britain`s Shale Gas Bonanza
  - Bernanke Fed kicks $400bn-can down the road With Operation Twist
  - Cameron and the elusive EU referendum
  - Britian gives £355m to educate girls in Asia and Africa
  - Slovenia parliament ousts cabinet, delays EU bailout ratification
  - Greece cites `progress` in talks, but no deal
  - Germany to set up MP group to fast-track euro decisions (comparable to the unconstitutional US `Super Congress`)
  - Troika dictatorship to return to Athens next week
  - Finland Likely to Pass Expanded Bailout Fund, Urpilainen Says
  - EU commissioner Almunia: Too-big-to-fail banks may need further bailouts on the back of too-small-to-matter taxpayers
  - Brussels to beef up EU criminal policy
  - World is on verge of devastating new slump, warns globalist IMF
  - Europe`s Communist Past Haunts Euro-Zone
  - Riddle solved: `Missing` global heat may hide in deep oceans
  - Government to bring in EU`s temp worker law unchanged
  - Economic crisis is like living through a war, says Cable as eurozone crisis wipes £28bn off value of British firms
  - Merkel`s coalition partner sticks by Eurosceptism
  - EU wants China to boost demand and US to tackle deficit
  - Greece considering referendum on euro membership
  - Greece in limbo after EU conference call
  - Eurozone Crisis: Merkel And Sarkozy Reaffirm Commitment To Greece
  - Italy`s credit rating cut worsens eurozone outlook
  - Why central banking needs a total rethink
  - EU response to Libya refugee crisis `abysmal`: Amnesty
  - Chossudovsky: NATO Recruiting Jihadists to Syria
  - Billions in EU aid spent on ill-defined green projects, say auditors
  - We`re fed up with Europe, so give us a vote
  - Tory MPs demand referendum on Europe
  - Labour rebels unite with Tories to force vote on quitting EU
  - German judge says plans for Europe may need referendum
  - EU finance ministers in stalemate over euro crisis
  - Roubini: Greece should default, leave the euro
  - Prickly EU finance chiefs cool to Geithner plan for eurozone
  - The Euro Titanic is sinking but there`s no lifeboat for Britain
  - Can China escape as world`s debt crisis reaches Act III?
  - The ailing euro is part of a wider crisis: our Keynesian, pseudo-free market system is near meltdown
  - Foreign firms reap £500m a year in subsidies from UK wind farms
  - Hysteria, scaremongering and a desperate bid to keep a twitching EU corpse alive
  - Financial Crisis: can the euro hope to survive?
  - Merkel`s Party Defeated in Berlin as Social Democrats Retain State in Vote
  - Euroscepticism rises in crisis-weary Germany
  - European treasury needed to avoid Depression, says globalist Soros
  - Former Tory MEP gets emotional about UKIP (video with melodramatic music)
  - The Dutch ask their central bank: `Where is our gold?`
  - Interactive Infographic Of The Doomed European Financial System
  - American taxpayers could be forced to foot the bill if Fed`s bailout of faltering Eurozone turns sour
  - History is against the euro
  - `War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength` claims George Osborne
  - Turkey to freeze EU ties if Cyprus gets EU presidency
  - Wind farm paid £1.2 million to produce no electricity
  - Deal reached on EU economic governance laws
  - Italy `ready to give up sovereignty` to save euro
  - EU economic growth is coming to a `stand-still`
  - When will we get our say on the EU?
  - Global central banks create new money to lend to eurozone lenders
  - European Bank Lends Dollars Amid Debt Fears
  - EU task force for Greece says `we`re here to help, not control`
  - How foreign crooks abuse human rights
  - The evolution of European Union legislation (animation)
  - Climate alarm pushes fuel bills up
  - Nobel Laureate Ivar Giaever Quits American Physical Society Over Global Warming Alarmism
  - Israeli-Greek defense pact invoked versus Turkish naval and air movements
  - Al-Qaida leader seeks credit for Arab spring
  - By Jingo, Max (almost) gets it! - by Nigel Farage
  - David Cameron ignores UKIP at his peril
  - Student unions that ban UKIP accused of `pig-headed foolishness`
  - EU Lowers Euro-Area Growth Forecasts on Worsening Outlook From Debt Crisis
  - `Save the doomed euro by setting up a new super-state`
  - Greece gets closer to the brink: Merkel and Sarkozy to hold crisis talks over debt crisis
  - EU borrows 5bn to push Portugal and other member states further into debt
  - EU To Delay Tighter Bank State Aid Rules Due To Turmoil
  - Cyprus to get `no strings attached` Russian bail-out
  - Soros Thinks The Unthinkable About Europe
  - If it wasn`t for the EU, Europe would be doing just fine
  - Britain wins allies in calling for `substantial` cut to European budget
  - MEPs calls for less `red tape` in EU law-making
  - Commission pushes for `europeanisation` of border controls
  - Martin Schulz wins nomination for EU parliament presidency
  - EU supervisors bow to finance bigwigs, argue investors
  - Croatia to sign accession treaty `in early December`
  - Brussels deal paves way for new Belgian government
  - EU border agency gets extra powers
  - EU Nations Want to Keep Control Over Borders
  - Bungling border agency is `losing` 333 migrants a day
  - Tory anger at Kenneth Clarke vow on human rights
  - The David Cameron effect: Tories are burning their membership cards
  - Commission preparing plans to introduce euro area bonds
  - Merkel talks with Sarkozy today as debt crisis spirals
  - Euro chaos as markets reel over rumours
  - Exit Strategy Goes Right Out The Door for Euro-Zone States
  - EU`s non-euro eastern bloc warns of new referendum wave
  - Italy engulfed by euro crisis as borrowing costs soar
  - Moody`s downgrades SocGen and Credit Agricole
  - Slovak refusenik: `EU bailout fund is greatest threat to euro`
  - Emerging nations crafting plan to come to Europe`s aid
  - Could there be a German `Marshall Plan` for Europe?
  - Kettle and Pot moment: President Obama attacks European leaders over debt crisis
  - They want a `United States of Europe` but they`ll need a massive financial crisis to get it
  - `Perfect Storm` Of Global Banking and Sovereign Debt Crisis To Lead to Global Currency Crisis
  - Senior MEP welcomes member state warning over EU budget
  - European banks rocked by Greek default fears
  - Italy confirms China talks amid bond help reports
  - The year that UKIP became a force to be reckoned with
  - Now EU wants more of your money
  - Brussels `could save 4 billion in development aid`
  - EU budget skirmishes begin as eight countries attack Brussels` proposals
  - Fine words on EU budget are just not good enough
  - French banks hit amid worries over Greek exposure
  - Austerity Riots Rage as Greece Faces Debt Default
  - US Treasury Secretary Geithner to attend eurozone meeting as debt fears mount
  - Tim Montgomery: UK Climate Policy Is Killing The Recovery
  - Commission mulls harmonised rules on corporate reporting
  - NYT: Britain Balks at EU Defence Plan
  - How 2m East Europeans signed to get UK benefit
  - Tebbit: Why I`m sceptical about William Hague's Euroscepticism
  - George Osborne warns of new EU fiscal union treaty
  - Nine EU countries plead for slim EU budget
  - Greece unveils fresh cuts as euro pessimism spreads
  - Merkel coalition rattled by calls for Greek euro exit
  - Germany and Greece flirt with mutual assured destruction
  - Lindner: Greece may leave eurozone
  - German FM prepares for possible Greek bankruptcy and re-introduction of drachma
  - EU`s Almunia Hints At More Bailouts: Report
  - Things That Make You Go Hmmm - Such As The Keystone Cops At The Helm Of The Eurozone
  - Gaddafi`s ghost town after the loyalists retreat
  - EU bans border control
  - UKIP chief blasts David Cameron for deceiving voters over Europe
  - True Finns leader on why he`s blocking a Greek bailout (video)
  - We have to quite the EU to protect British jobs, says union boss Bob Crow
  - Don`t let EU drag us down, says role-player William Hague
  - Stark shock widens German euro faultline
  - France stakes future of EU on fate of euro currency
  - Goldman calls for QE in Europe: `How far can the ECB go in using its balance sheet. The short answer is: A lot further`
  - MEPs not immune unless comments directly relevant to duties, says ECJ
  - Greens alarmed as EU lobbies to maintain Kosovo coal plant
  - Germany`s EU Commissioner Oettinger blames it on the Greeks
  - OECD warns of double-dip threat in UK and cuts forecasts
  - Brussels: `No one can leave the euro`
  - True Finns leader, Timo Soini on why he's blocking a Greek bailout (video)
  - Greek Credit Swaps Surge to Record, Signal 91% Chance of Default
  - Germany pushes Greece to the brink in dangerous brinkmanship
  - Trichet in angry tirade over idea to restore the deutschmark
  - Europe Bank Opens Door to Shift on Rates
  - EU Debt Crisis:Constitutional Court Decision Vindicates Government Position Says Merkel As She Calls For EU Treaty Change
  - Spanish commissioner lashes out at core eurozone states
  - Radical reform of human rights court will still not prevent clashes with Europe
  - Nigel Farage, UKIP Leader, To Accuse David Cameron Of `Mass Deception` Over Europe
  - UKIP to accuse Conservatives of deceiving voters on EU
  - `Big five` tell Baroness Ashton to bypass Britain over EU military HQ
  - Tory backlash hits Cameron in battle for vote on Europe
  - UKIP stance on Europe `becoming mainstream`
  - Cameron urged to call EU referendum
  - Netherlands: Indebted states must be made `wards` of the commission or leave euro
  - Merkel outlines steps to `stability union`
  - German court: Parliament must not be sidelined in future bail-outs
  - Trichet May Choose Liquidity Over ECB Rate Cut
  - MEPs close to approving Commission`s economic governance legislation
  - SOROS: Eurozone Crisis Could Be Worse Than Lehman
  - Fear over Greece and Portugal quitting the eurozone
  - The truth behind EU con over energy-saving bulbs
  - Fury as the pound is banned on Eurostar
  - Greece to decriminalise all drugs
  - Angus Reid poll: UKIP at 7%
  - EU superstate... it`s a nightmare!
  - Eurozone Done? `Collapse closer as politicians bargain` (RT video)
  - Van Rompuy jockeys for power as eurozone falters
  - Cameron backs moves towards fiscal union for euro zone
  - Spectre of fresh EU treaty returns to haunt `incomplete` Europe
  - Reforms in EU do not require treaty change: Commission
  - German Court Rules EFSF-Bailouts Legal But Hurdles Remain
  - Mass strikes, protests hit Italy, Spain over EU-imposed austerity
  - Markets will break EU in two, says Barroso
  - `The European Financial System is Finished` in Quotes
  - Euro bureaucrats demand more power (RT video)
  - Paris rebuffs Brussels' analysis of Libya threats
  - `New Libyan government firmly nationalist` (RT video)
  - Barroso tries to twist arms on financial tax
  - EU commission wants nations to give up border control decisions
  - The eurozone`s crisis is Britain`s opportunity
  - Tory grandee demands complete overhaul of EU
  - 15,000 Romanians are chasing jobs in Britain each month
  - David Cameron moves to water down new EU job laws
  - Tony Blair and other former EU leaders back federalism
  - Van Rompuy is ready to run the `United States of Europe`
  - Herman van Rompuy wants second term as strengthend EU president
  - Europe Signals Global Gloom
  - Merkel: Countries will not be kicked out of economic prison
  - German court seen approving EU bailouts, with conditions
  - Germans don`t want a Europe of broken promises and big bail-outs
  - The Worst-Case Euro Scenario
  - Italy under market pressure as austerity plan falters
  - Euro zone Q2 GDP gets export boost, consumption hit
  - Former Iceland PM Geir Haarde Faces Trial Over Negligence Charges
  - Libya weapons deals raise questions about Gaddafi aftermath
  - EU anti-terror chief highlights Arab Spring risks
  - Neil Hamilton: The only way to ditch EU
  - Nigel Farage to Nigel Lawson: Come and join us!
  - Environment policy reforms to add £300 to energy bills
  - Less red tape welcomed
  - Biggest problem in EU is UK, says former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder
  - UK is hardly to blame for the woes of the eurozone
  - German court to insist on bail-out reforms
  - Merkel in election setback amid discontent on euro-crisis
  - German FDP calls delay in Greek talks blow to euro
  - Greek Central Banker Seeks Faster Effort From Athens
  - Van Rompuy takes lead in eurozone crisis stunt
  - European Central Bank faces pressure to cut interest rates
  - Lagarde calls for fiscal stimulus in US and EU
  - When it comes to the crunch with the euro, economics will trump law
  - Sovereign Debt, Sovereign Bank Runs
  - Head of the European Food Safety Authority: `We were pressured by industry to hijack science`
  - Former jihadist at the heart of Libya`s revolution
  - Even Goldman Sachs Secretly Believes That An Economic Collapse Is Coming
  - John Cleese: `London is no longer an English city` - video
  - Britain can only grow if we ignore the EU
  - German finance minister wants new EU treaty: Bild
  - EU law `gutted` by bail-outs, growls Bundesbank
  - Two out of three Germans against EU bailout packages
  - Greece Forecasts Problems With Budget-Deficit Goals
  - Greece in rift with EU-IMF
  - Italy reaches last-minute deal on austerity package
  - Shops to boycott Europe`s danger eggs
  - Angry buyers rush to beat EU ban on our 60W lightbulbs
  - EU Commission rejects report that it plans to warn Belgium, says caretaker government is doing fine
  - EU pledges 300m euros for African peacemaking
  - EU estimates 400,000 people in Tripoli need aid
  - Iranian nuclear bid could provoke attack, says Sarkozy
  - Spies `targeted Le Monde to protect Sarkozy`
  - Carbon tax protesters attack Australian transport minister
  - Greece Itself Now Openly Ridicules Europe`s Lies Of Greek `Stability`
  - Spain Borrowing Costs Fall as ECB starts buying its bonds
  - Merkel gets bailout relief
  - Eurozone manufacturing output shrinks in August
  - EU to push financial transactions tax at G20 summit
  - EU`s Barroso: Europe Has Acted Decisively To Recapitalize Banks
  - IMF sees 200 billion euro capital gap at European banks
  - MEPs back free trade with Palestinian territories
  - Sarkozy: Libya war marks new chapter in EU-US relations
  - Digital Agenda: Commission seeks information from eight Member States on implementation of Audiovisual Media Services Directive
  - Germany ditches body scanners after repeat false alerts
  - Britons stock up on EU-banned 60 watt bulbs

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28-31 May 2018

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Brussels mini-plenary
02-03 May 2018

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Strasbourg plenary
16-19 April 2018

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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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