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Bullet News (May 2015)
  - The EU referendum is not about benefits, it's about who governs Britain
  - President of CBI, Barclays Deputy Chairman has explaining to do over his bank's implication in FIFA scandal - UKIP
  - William Dartmouth MEP slams Labour for failing to protect the NHS against TTIP in the European Parliament
  - EU referendum: Ask the right questions
  - France and Germany plan to strip power of taxation away from national governments
  - Britain's foreign aid bill is up by 30 per cent in five years - a bigger rise than any other EU country
  - UKIP spokesman asks, 'At what point will Sir Mike Rake be ashamed enough to shut up about the EU?'
  - No way can Turkey be a member of the European Union - William Dartmouth MEP
  - AIRBUS contradicting 2014 statements that investment depends on profits not politics
  - Farage: We must not allow our compassion to imperil our security
  - To stop the deaths, we must stop the boats
  - Conservative pledge on human rights legislation a fraud
  - Nigel Farage to remain UKIP leader: Referendum campaign has already begun
  - Why the voting system is broken
  - First-past-the-post is now a bankrupt voting system
  - 'An affront to democracy' - Paul Nuttall

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Strasbourg plenary
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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Strasbourg plenary
12-15 March 2018

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VIDEO SECTION


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)


17 MAY 2018: Stuart Agnew: Analysing sewage sludge fertiliser (AGRI committee)


17 MAY 2018: William Dartmouth: The three biggest exporters to the EU don't have a trade agreement (International Trade committee)


16 MAY 2018: Stuart Agnew: Classic contradictions in EU 'climate action' for Agriculture (AGRI committee)


16 MAY 2018: William Dartmouth: EU's slogan 'Aid For Trade' should read 'Trade Not Aid' (International Trade committee)


16 MAY 2018: William Dartmouth: EU-US relations: Germany's huge trade surplus is a great concern to all (International Trade committee)


16 MAY 2018: Stuart Agnew: What the EU AGRI mission to Brazil failed to ask (AGRI committee)


16 MAY 2018: William Dartmouth: EU-Mercosur trade deal: Do you insist on free movement as you do with Britain? (INTA committee)


16 MAY 2018: Patrick O'Flynn: Christian heritage underplayed by EU Commission (CULT committee)


16 MAY 2018: David Coburn: You people want to bring back institutionalised socialism! (TAX3 committee, 15.05.2018)


15 MAY 2018: David Coburn: You, Sir, are the Voice of Oppression (Fisheries committee with Commissioner Vella)


03 MAY 2018:
Nigel Farage: Brexit is the first brick out of the wall


02 MAY 2018: Stuart Agnew: Changing attitudes is key to reducing farm accidents


02 MAY 2018: Margot Parker: EU policies facilitate crimes against children


02 MAY 2018: Patrick O'Flynn: EU Commission pretends its second largest net contributor is not leaving


25 APR 2018: Gerard Batten: What would happen if the European Parliament rejects UK withdrawal agreement? (Constitutional Affairs committee)


24 APR 2018: Stuart Agnew: No way to run an agricultural policy (AGRI committee)


24 APR 2018: David Coburn rebukes UK Greens MEP for going completely native on EU project (ECON committee, 23.04.2018)


19 APR 2018: Patrick O'Flynn: EU obsession with 'ever closer Union' spells its own undoing


19 APR 2018: Gerard Batten: UK should repeal all EU legal instruments


18 APR 2018: Stuart Agnew: EU legislation on organic farming creates anomalies and contradictions

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