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Beyond the EU: A UK Strategy for a Global Economy
Date 19/03/2015 16:54  Author webmaster  Hits 2293  Language Global

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On March 20th, the EFDD group will give a platform to notable British experts and a special guest from Iceland to explain how the UK can escape control by the sclerotic and self-obsessed EU institutions and go back to its traditional position as an independent global trading force.

Speakers include: Ruth Lea, Economic Adviser, Arbuthnot Banking Group and Chairman, Economists for Britain;
Robert Oulds, Director of the Bruges Group and author of "Everything you wanted to know about the EU but were afraid to ask";
UKIP MEP William Dartmouth, member of the International Trade Committee of the European Parliament, UKIP spokesman on trade; and Gunnlaugur Snær Olafsson, political scientist and member of the internal Committee for Foreign Affairs of Iceland's governing conservative Independence Party.

Beyond the EU: A UK Strategy for a Global Eonomy

What you've never heard from Brussels and Strasbourg before: "Yes, Britain can and should leave the EU -- and prosper -- and here's how to do it"
The European Parliament's own eurosceptic group, Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy, will hold a conference in London on Friday March 20th to show the UK how to make the Great Escape.
The EFDD, a group of 47 Members of the European Parliament drawn from seven member states of the EU, have invited notable speakers to discuss: "Beyond the EU, a strategy for a Global Economy."
No one understands the deadening effect -- and the dangerous intentions -- of the EU better than the dozens of eurosceptic MEPs from across Europe who every day watch the euro-elite build an "ever-closer union" of over-regulation and over-powerful centralised control.
The EFDD know that the EU has led Europe to be the only Continent in the world whose economy is in relentless decline.
The determination of millions of British people to take their country out of the EU is supported by the EFDD. They know that claims by British euro-enthusiasts that the "Britain Out" movement has not yet explained how the UK can leave the EU are false.