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  - The Bismarcks of the 21st Century - Nathan Gill MEP
  - The EU's ironic treatment of Turkey - Nathan Gill MEP
  - European Year of Development a blatant propaganda campaign - Nathan Gill MEP
  - Proper education ends the cycle of poverty - Nathan Gill MEP
  - EU using yet another crisis to demand more money from hard-pressed British taxpayers - Nathan Gill MEP
  - We need no legislation on roaming charges - Nathan Gill MEP
  - EU trade agreements in Africa deprive the poorest people of their livelihoods - Nathan Gill MEP
  - Knee-jerk response to industrial disasters not necessarily viable - Nathan Gill MEP
  - The politics behind development aid - Nathan Gill MEP
  - Refusing to reward bad government should be the ethos of development aid - Nathan Gill MEP
  - UN failure is forcing refugees into a double exodus - Nathan Gill MEP
  - Deal with corruption before tackling tax avoidance in developing countries - Nathan Gill MEP
  - EU obsession with tax harmonisation suffocating small online businesses - Nathan Gill MEP
  - Plain packaging and open borders give smugglers easy access across Europe - Nathan Gill MEP
  - Increase the trade, decrease the aid - Nathan Gill MEP
  - MEP delegations on lavish 'fact-finding missions' to tropical islands - Nathan Gill MEP
  - EU-US partnership turns trade into a political football - Nathan GILL MEP
  - The EU has no jurisdiction over State recognition
  - The EU should stop impoverishing the world's poor - Nathan Gill MEP
  - EU-Moldova agreement risks deepening crisis in Ukraine - Nathan Gill MEP
  - EU overfishing in Africa pushing fishermen into piracy
  - EU policies driving people out of Africa
  - EU partnership agreements with poor countries little more than economic bullying
  - EU-Ukraine Association Agreement is leading us into war - Nathan Gill MEP
  - Misuse of EU humanitarian aid in Gaza
  - EU aid is just another propaganda ploy - Nathan Gill MEP

Bullet News
  - Britain's foreign aid bill is up by 30 per cent in five years - a bigger rise than any other EU country