Tag Archives: The European Union Bill

Debating Europe’s Future


Listen closely to the recent political statements of certain European politicians, not least Chancellor Merkel, and you will realise that the terms of the Euro zone debate have changed significantly in recent weeks. If you are interested in delving beyond … Continue reading

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The Euro Crisis and the Birth Pangs of a New Europe


The Euro zone deal agreed in the early hours of this morning might be short on financial details, but there is little doubt as to its political ramifications. Signatories have made clear that they see the Euro as core to … Continue reading

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A Lord Spiritual take on the European Union Bill


Yesterday in a long and lengthy Parliamentary debate that was lacking neither passion nor vigour, Peers considered the European Union Bill. The debate makes interesting reading and reveals much about Britain’s schizophrenic relationship with Europe. It was good to see … Continue reading

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The European Union Bill – Back to the Future


To date I’ve always thought that the Coalition government’s European Union Bill amounted to nothing more than a bit of red meat thrown to the Europhobes to keep them happy or distracted following the debacle over the Lisbon Treaty. So distracted Cameron … Continue reading

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