Alan Murad

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It's Official: There is No Hope for EU Reform

It might have gone unnoticed by most but the handover of power in Brussels is complete: we officially have a new government ruling the federal state of which we are effectively a part. Yesterday, Jean-Claude Juncker’s Commission has been approved without any fanfare and his office will now commence in earnest. Oct 23, 2014 7:39 AM PT

As Independence Looms Large, the Centre Cannot Hold

National independence movements are on the rise across Europe. From Scotland to Spain - as the European Union’s stranglehold hardens, demands for sovereignty are becoming even more vocal. Sep 17, 2014 8:31 AM PT

Leaving the EU Is the Only Way to Cut Immigration

It has become a familiar routine to hear Cameron plead he can reduce net migration, and for the Office of National Statistics to publish figures which reveal the futility of his efforts. Yesterday's ONS figures reveal annual net migration – the difference between numbers arriving and those leaving - soared past 243,000, equivalent to a city the size of Southampton. This is a massive increase of 68,000 from net migration the previous year, and two thirds of the increase are accounted for by the influx of EU migrants. Aug 30, 2014 5:14 AM PT

Boris or Not, the Tories Will Never Sell Us Euroscepticism Again

Not for the first time, London Mayor Boris Johnson has waded into the debate over Europe, saying London is better off leaving an ‘unreformed’ European Union (EU), that there’s no need to fear an EU exit, and that there's a report by his economic advisor today to prove it Aug 6, 2014 4:51 AM PT

The EU's Tactics Over Ukraine Are Fatally Flawed

Whatever your position on the Ukraine crisis, it has exposed the utter impotence of the EU and the fatal flaw behind the concept of the European super-state. The sanctions that EU leaders have threatened to impose - when they can get around to it - are feeble and look set to impact on Britain more heavily than any of our EU "partners". Jul 25, 2014 5:45 AM PT

UK Government Report Confirms Huge Abuse of EU Free Movement Rules

Although the Liberal Democrats managed to stall its publication for months, a report analysing free movement within the EU has finally been released. The report exposes how criminals are using this EU law to "import human trafficking victims, illegal immigrants as well as illicit commodities, including rugs and counterfeit goods". Jul 24, 2014 1:45 AM PT

Britain's Natural Home is the Commonwealth, Not the EU

A deep divide is growing between Britain and the EU as the latter piles on regulations in the name of the Single Market. Jean-Claude Juncker’s “election” as President of the European Commission is just the latest manifestation of this. With an increasing number of people questioning our remaining in the EU, it is important Eurosceptics present viable alternatives to EU membership, something they are often criticised for failing to do. Jul 4, 2014 7:22 AM PT

Britain rejects Cameron's renegotiation AND Miliband's fence-sitting

The results say it all. UKIP have topped the European Election results with a 27.5 percent share of the vote, beating both the Labour and Conservative Parties (with 25.4 percent and 23.9 percent respectively). Not to mention the collapse of the Lib "party of in" Dems, losing ten MEPs and only managing to keep 1 MEP! May 28, 2014 1:41 AM PT

Britain's Influence in Europe in Decline as EU Officials Become Even More Out-of-Touch

If the public don't want EU expansion, "we do it anyway" Herman Van Rompuy said in an interview with De Standaard this week. It says it all: a rare moment of honesty from the President of the European Council. Never has the phrase 'useful idiots' been more applicable than for van Rompuy and his gang who rule us from Brussels. His lack of empathy with ordinary people can only be matched by his contempt for democracy. May 6, 2014 3:08 AM PT

Cameron's Seven-Point Plan for EU Reform is 'Futile'

This weekend David Cameron indulged Eurosceptics with a 7-point plan to renegotiate Britain's membership of the European Union. It is a modest list tailored to appear "achievable", but is essentially aspirational. The EU is far too rigid to be so easily reformed. Cameron cannot be blind as well as deaf to almost every major EU official telling him they will not negotiate any kind of deal which would be acceptable to Britain! Mar 19, 2014 1:38 AM PT

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