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EU to Sue UK for Allowing Consumers to Use Cheap Fuel

The European Commission is taking the United Kingdom to the EU’s Court of Justice in the latest move in a long-running dispute over Britain’s policy of allowing private leisure craft to use low-tax red diesel. In a statement issued yesterday,

EU to Sue UK for Allowing Consumers to Use Cheap Fuel

Amnesty International Wants EU to Relax Border Controls

Amnesty International has revealed its pro-immigration prejudice by criticising member states of the European Union for spending hundreds of millions of euros trying to build effective border control. In a report published this week, Amnesty International complains that, “EU migration

Amnesty International Wants EU to Relax Border Controls

Top British Banker Shoots Wife Dead then Turns Gun on Himself

A “calm, intelligent, friendly, hardworking” British international banker fatally shot his wife before killing himself at their American home. The bodies of Julian Knott, age 45 from London, an executive director of America’s biggest bank, JPMorgan Chase & Co, and

Top British Banker Shoots Wife Dead then Turns Gun on Himself

Swedes Label Belgian Counter-Terrorism Proposals 'Political Facade'

Efforts by Belgium to launch a new nine-nation European counter-terrorism scheme have already begun to fall apart, with the Swedes reported to be dropping out because the Belgian plan is only a political gesture and “repeats what law enforcement agencies

Swedes Label Belgian Counter-Terrorism Proposals 'Political Facade'

Revealed: EU Hands Out Multi-Millions to the BBC and Green Lobby

Figures are just out disclosing the millions of taxpayers’ money the European Union paid in 2013 to unelected, unaccountable non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and other special interest groups, especially to the “global warming” lobby. One of the most disturbing figures is

Revealed: EU Hands Out Multi-Millions to the BBC and Green Lobby

American Spies Infuriate Berlin, Push German Opinion Away from US

Diplomatic relations between Germany and American have been hit again by allegations of spying, this time by reports that agents of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) have been using an employee of the German intelligence service (BND) to obtain

American Spies Infuriate Berlin, Push German Opinion Away from US

India May Take Action Against Greenpeace and Its 'Negative Impact' on Development

The government of India’s new pro-business Prime Minister Narendra Modi looks set to act against Greenpeace and other foreign-backed NGOs after an intelligence report found their anti-industry campaigns were “negatively impacting economic development.” The intelligence report, first disclosed in the

India May Take Action Against Greenpeace and Its 'Negative Impact' on Development

After Big Oil and Fracking, Greenpeace's Next Target Is… Lego

Only days after Patrick Moore, the disillusioned co-founder of Greenpeace, said the green movement has become a “combination of extreme political ideology and religious fundamentalism rolled into one,” Greenpeace seems determined to prove Moore was right. The group has launched

After Big Oil and Fracking, Greenpeace's Next Target Is… Lego

Merkel Says No to New NATO Bases in Eastern Europe, Fears Russian Backlash

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is resisting NATO calls for permanent deployment of allied troops in former Soviet bloc countries, amid fears of retaliation by Russia. During a visit to Berlin yesterday by NATO General Secretary Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Merkel acknowledged

Merkel Says No to New NATO Bases in Eastern Europe, Fears Russian Backlash

Top German Politician Suspected of Buying 'Horror Drug' Crystal Meth

Four police officers and two drugs-sniffer dogs, accompanied by a state prosecutor, yesterday searched the Berlin apartment of a leading Social Democrat politician suspected of buying hard drugs. This is the second police investigation of a leading Social Democrat spokesman

Top German Politician Suspected of Buying 'Horror Drug' Crystal Meth

Questions Raised Over Merkel's Communist Past

Americans frustrated by German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s reluctance to meet demands for stronger sanctions against Russia have now begun to ask if there is a good reason the German leader has been targeted by US spies. Questions are being raised

Questions Raised Over Merkel's Communist Past

Spaniards Flee to UK to Escape the Euro

In what El País newspaper has called Spain’s “demographic blood drain without precedents,” tens of thousands of Spaniards are fleeing their own country to escape the eurozone economic disaster which has left total unemployment rate at over 25 per cent

Spaniards Flee to UK to Escape the Euro