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Majority of Germans Are Dissatisfied with the EU

Euroscepticism is growing in Germany with two-thirds of Germans feeling dissatisfied with the state of the European Union (EU) and nearly half wanting a vote on membership of the supranational bloc.


EU Chief Calls On Albania To Reform

TIRANA, Albania (AP) — The European Union’s foreign policy chief on Sunday called on Albania to pass a key judicial reform, considering it a decisive step for the country as it strives for EU membership.

High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission in the Juncker Commission, Federica Mogherini arrives for The European Council Meeting In Brussels held at the Justus Lipsius Building on December 17, 2015 in Brussels, Belgium.

Swedish Support For EU Membership Collapses Amid Migrant Invasion

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Support for EU membership among Swedes has slumped amid an ongoing asylum crisis, with a majority saying the 28-member bloc is going in the wrong direction, a poll showed on Monday. Just 39 percent of Swedes said


Britons Expect Cameron To Get Poor EU Deal – Poll

LONDON (Reuters) – A clear majority of Britons do not expect Prime Minister David Cameron to get a good deal in his renegotiation of Britain’s EU membership terms, according to a poll on Saturday, adding to the pressure on him

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Bosnia to Apply for EU Membership in January

SARAJEVO – After years of delay, Bosnia will officially apply in January to join the European Union, encouraged by the bloc’s positive assessment of its reform progress, the chairman of the Balkan country’s three-man presidency said on Thursday. Bosnia signed


How The UK Would Prosper With A European Union Exit

Britain has nothing to lose and everything to gain from leaving the European Union. A seamless Brexit could even spark a free market “chain reaction” across the continent, driving the likes of Denmark and Sweden to take control of their

Britain's PM Cameron addresses a news conference during a EU leaders summit in Brussels

Distant Strasbourg Lawyers Do Not Guarantee Britain’s Rights

During the celebrations of the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, we would do well to remember Britain’s civil and tolerant nature derives from our own traditions and not those handed down to us by the Eurocrats. Signed in 1215,


The CBI: Wrong Then, Wrong Now On Britain’s EU Membership

Now an In/Out referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU is guaranteed by the newly re-elected Prime Minister, David Cameron, it is open season for the Confederation of Business and Industry (CBI) to attempt to scaremonger the public into voting to


Greece Starts Preparing For Eurozone Exit

Greek authorities have started preparing for a possible Eurozone exit with contracts being drawn up for “payments in euros or any national Greek currency” as the government admitted yesterday the country was broke. Since the Syriza government was elected to power,

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Only UKIP Makes Sense On Europe

We all know UKIP wants to leave the European Union and David Cameron has begrudgingly promised the Conservatives will hold an In / Out Referendum on Britain’s EU membership. But aside from this, what are the EU policies of the other parties? In

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