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The Sceptic Isle : The EU will usurp and diminish us on the international stage (20th June 2016)

The writing is on the wall.

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The Sceptic Isle : An EEA based Brexit settlement is inevitable (20th June 2016)

. . . negotiations over EEA membership are inevitable

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The Sceptic Isle : David Cameron has demeaned the country he is meant to lead and inspire (19th June 2016)

David Cameron, in his pursuit to prevent Britain becoming a self-governing country, has talked this country down endlessly and in doing so he has demeaned this country and his great office of state

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Independent Britain : A Matter Of Trust (19th June 2016)

In the end, the choice that we have to make comes down to a matter of trust

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Pete North Politics Blog : A question of who we are  (19th June 2016)

We are a people who endured two world wars and rationing for a higher purpose

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Pete North Politics Blog : We want our country back (19th June 2016)

British politics is losing its moral authority

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The Sceptic Isle : Can our rotten and binary political discourse sink any lower than this? (18th June 2016)

Sneering at the views of ordinary people and pouring contempt on them can only aggravate them and contribute to the debasement of our political culture

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Pete North Politics Blog : This senseless slaying is nothing to do with Brexit  (18th June 2016)

People are worried and they want some control. And that is not racism

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Independent Britain : Thinking For Ourselves (17th June 2016)

The commitment of the other EU Member States to “ever closer union” is and always was far more firm than that of Britain

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The Sceptic Isle : George Osborne has disgraced his office and is no longer fit for the job (16th June 2016)

The Chancellor should be performing his role of state above his role as a campaigner

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Pete North Politics Blog : No Mr Deacon, respect is earned (16th June 2016)

. . . what we can say with some certitude that we are ruled by shallow, conniving liars who, when acting as one, behave in a manner so utterly bovine that it beggars belief

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Pete North Politics Blog : Foolish (16th June 2016)

An anti-migrant poster unveiled by Nigel Farage has been reported to the police with a complaint that it incites racial hatred and breaches UK race laws

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Pete North Politics Blog : They know not what they do (16th June 2016)

What is not at all surprising today is the media reaction: shallow, quick to point fingers and ultimately untrue

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Pete North Politics Blog : A day of sadness (16th June 2016)

A young woman of good character has been murdered

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: Flexcit v.6 (16th June 2016)

A new version of Flexcit is published today (v.6)

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The Brexit Door : Osbrowne the destroyer (15th June 2016)

But Osborne is now Brown. He has lost sight of the purpose of his office

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Pete North Politics Blog : On principle alone we should vote to leave (15th June 2016)

The principle is that we should have democracy

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Pete North Politics Blog : The only positive choice is a vote to leave (15th June 2016)

. . . a choice to remain is a decision not to make a decision and to persist with our reluctant subordination

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Pete North Politics Blog : The death of British politics  (15th June 2016)

. . .  at this point it would seem the public are no longer interested in the reassurances of politicians

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: immigration and the "British option" (15th June 2016)

. . . what must have dawned on even the thickest of the very thick, that EU "reform" is not a proposition

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Independent Britain : A Point Of Principle (14th June 2016)

Ultimately, the decision in this referendum is simple. Either you vote for democracy and accountable government or you submit to people who would bully and cajole you into voting for something else

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ME Synon Blog : How a prime minister drowning in Brexit may yet turn to EEA-EFTA (14th June 2016)

This could be a game changer

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The Sceptic Isle : The EU has dissolved British democracy. It is time for a counter revolution. (14th June 2016)

It is a squalid lie to compare the EU to NATO, the UN or any other intergovernmental organisation designed to facilitate cooperation between nation states

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The Sceptic Isle : EU Referendum: Democracy for sale (14th June 2016)

This referendum campaign has exposed how our ruling elite know the price of everything and the value of nothing

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The Sceptic ISLE : Brexit: Transition management will be the priority for the UK and the EU (14th June 2016)

Reality is now sinking in that if Britain leaves the EU it will remain in the Single Market for the foreseeable future

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Pete North Politics Blog : How we settle the Europe question (14th June 2016)

Britain is going to get all the more rotten for remaining in the EU

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Pete North Politics Blog : Any lie will do (14th June 2016)

There are those who are mistaken and then there are those of our political class who are lying to you

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The Brexit Door : The Voice of the Working Class (14th June 2016)

What people are desperate for is real political change. They don’t blame immigrants, they blame governments

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: immigration – more flexibility than thought (14th June 2016)

. . . there should be no barrier to the "leave" campaign adopting the Efta/EEA option as part of a broader Flexcit plan, resolving immigration and participation in the Single Market

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Independent Britain : Are There Any Credible Reasons To Remain? (13th June 2016)

Though the words may change, the message is always the same; know your place, the people that matter have already decided for you

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ME Synon Blog : A pearl found in the mud: how one voice shines in a mucky debate (13th June 2016)

Damn, I wish I’d written that

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The Sceptic Isle : Cameron and Osborne have built a house of lies (13th June 2016)

. . . the real story of the referendum has been the extent to which it has exposed that our politicians are deeply cynical, dishonest and contemptuous of democracy and the public

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The Sceptic Isle : Brexit will ultimately be mutually beneficial (13th June 2016)

Negotiations will be difficult, hard fought and sometimes even contentious; but they will be underpinned by compromise, good faith and the necessity of reaching a mutually beneficial arrangement

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: Parliament the ultimate arbiter (13th June 2016)

The Prime Minister had said that leaving the Single Market would be putting a bomb under the British economy and now he was saying: "I will now detonate the bomb".

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: "This is how democracies die" (13th June 2016)

It was Parliament that got us into this mess in the first place - it valued its supremacy so little that it gave it away, step by step

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Pete North Politics Blog : The Sun has come out on Brexit  (13th June 2016)

The Sun has come out for Brexit in a big way

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Pete North Politics Blog : A message to Brexiteers (13th June 2016)

If you have properly understood the rationale for leaving the EU then you know it is about democracy first and foremost

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Pete North Politics Blog : If you want local democracy, vote to leave (13th June 2016)

Without a recognition that the people and the institutions they form are sovereign then localism is just an empty piece of rhetoric

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Pete North Politics Blog : This is not a matter for the youth (13th June 2016)

. . . the democracy we were born to was fought for and won with blood

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Pete North Politics Blog : Brexit will end the strangulation of democracy (13th June 2016)

. . . public sector officials are famously apathetic, and like their ministers and managers, never taking ownership

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The Brexit Door : Gordon Brown and the Betrayal of Democracy (13th June 2016)

The story of the Blair Brown government is a complex one of power struggles and deep distrust, but at the same one of intense media management which spilled over into absolute dishonesty

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Independent Britain : A Step Into The Light (12th June 2016)

There is an enormous amount of work to be done to rediscover the art of democratic self-governance

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Independent Britain : Running Towards Risk (12th June 2016)

Nobody should think that reforming Britain’s governance is going to be easy but we have to start somewhere and returning policy-making power to institutions we can influence begins with Britain leaving the EU

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The Sceptic Isle :David Cameron is a liar leading you down the garden path (12th June 2016)

The truth is that David Cameron does not know what the EU will do next, neither does the EU

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Pete North Politics Blog : A remain vote is a countdown to extinction (12th June 2016)

. . . this is what remaining looks like. Powerless, declining, rotten and robbed of our political vitality

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Pete North Politics Blog : Jonathan Freedland is a dangerous ideologue (12th June 2016)

. . .  if the peoples of Europe are prevented from influencing the laws they must live by without the possibility of reform or repeal, what do you suppose is going to happen?

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Pete North Politics Blog : A matter of trusting David Cameron... (12th June 2016)

At this point anyone saying "we do not know what Brexit looks like" is offering up a lazy excuse

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Pete North Politics Blog : We're in for a rude awakening if we do not leave the EU (12th June 2016)

We do not need the EU to impose its economic or social agenda on us. We are a liberal and progressive country because we are liberal and progressive people

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Pete North Politics Blog : What must they think of us? (12th June 2016)

They believe that without the guiding hand of our benevolent masters in Brussels, we are only a general election away from becoming bigoted savages who maim animals, discriminate against women, persecute gays and let people drown in the sea

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Pete North Politics Blog : Pull the other one  (12th June 2016)

It comes down to one basic fact of life. Brexit is complicated

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Pete North Politics Blog : Little Englanders  (12th June 2016)

If anyone is showing a dismal and shallow parochialism it is those who want us to remain

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: would we vote to join? (12th June 2016)

Booker – like many observers - is getting increasingly fed up of what he calls "this claustrophobic referendum campaign"

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : Poll reveals EEA Option has big support (including half of Leave voters) (11th June 2016)

A Yougov poll has just been published in the Telegraph showing a lot of support for the EEA (‘Norway’) Option

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The Brexit Door : Transition (EEA) Unites Voters (11th June 2016)

The Norway solution is not the end point, it is simply a means to an end

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Independent Britain : Reading Comprehension (11th June 2016)

. . . voting to leave the EU is not the same as electing Vote Leave

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: of no greater authority (11th June 2016)

Much has been made in the legacy media today of the intervention in the referendum debate by German finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble

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Pete North Politics Blog : Nearly there (11th June 2016)

We have given literally everything we can give and it will take us some time to recover. Your help is needed and appreciated.

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Pete North Politics Blog : Bluster and bluff from ze Germans. (11th June 2016)

. . . the EU is not the single market and that if we have an EEA agreement then none of the scaremongering is actually true

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The Brexit Door : Leave Wins – Healing the Wounds (10th June 2016)

. . . how can the country unite around a common position and heal the wounds of what has been a divisive and bitter campaign?

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Pete North Politics Blog : Izzard: a fitting spokesman for a morally bankrupt cause (10th June 2016)

. . . it's interesting how the gulf between comedy and politics is seldom bridged

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Pete North Politics Blog : Some questions for Labour remainers (10th June 2016)

. . . voting to remain is like ignoring a growth you suspect has gone malignant

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Pete North Politics Blog : Why settle for just a European single market? (10th June 2016)

We could be building a global single market, wresting it from the EUs control to bring about a multilateral system which no-one has control over

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Pete North Politics Blog : TTIP: Why let a thing like democracy get in the way?  (10th June 2016)

. . . should we vote to remain in the EU, they will scrap the last shred of democracy in a heartbeat

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : Wolfgang Schäuble speaks. The Remain camp will wish he hadn’t (10th June 2016)

The man is a bully and an anti-democratic one at that

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : TTIP just became a problem for the Remain campaign (10th June 2016)

. . . as is often the case in the EU, such initiatives that involve “more Europe” and “less nation” have a habit of gaining momentum

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ME Synon Blog : The French elite see their privileges endangered by Brexit (9th June 2016)

. . . spreading euroscepticism is altering the political geography of France

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Independent Britain : Self-Governance And Global Engagement (9th June 2016)

The greater autonomy and agility of our domestic institutions would force British governance to become more adaptable and accountable to the needs of the people

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: a defector at large (9th June 2016)

. . . she has joined, including a Prime Minister who has turned lying on the EU into an art-form

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: environment and the EU (9th June 2016)

Listening to the "remain" camp on the subject of the environment, one might almost come away with the idea that the EU had invented green policy

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: not answering the question (9th June 2016)

If there is an unresolved issue, the media will keep worrying away at it

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Red Cliffs of Dawlish : Intermission: How To Argue About European Union Membership Effectively (9th June 2016)

What people really need is a beginning and then a middle and then an end to the story

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The LEAVEalliance : The Common Fisheries Policy has no redeeming features (8th June 2016)

In a very competitive field, the CFP is regarded as the EU's worst ever idea

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The LEAVEalliance : The effect of Brexit on farm animal welfare (8th June 2016)

Not only was the UK a pioneer in animal welfare legislation in 1822, this was before most countries in Europe were even countries

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Pete North Politics Blog : What scares me most about a remain vote (8th June 2016)

There is always a price for turning our backs on democracy. Always

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The Sceptic Isle : Don’t settle for second class EU membership #VoteLeave (8th June 2016)

. . . how is it beneficial to Britain or Europe that we continue to be an awkward, disruptive and eternally disgruntled hindrance to the European project?

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: a boring debate (8th June 2016)

So gaping is the hole left by the absence of a plan that even "pro-Europe MPs" felt impelled to fill it

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The Brexit Door : The Last Refuge of the Scoundrel (8th June 2016)

By 1961, our politicians were already looking to remove the power of the people by exporting it to the newly formed EEC

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Red Cliffs of Dawlish : More Than Meets The Eye: The Future Is Already Being Made (8th June 2016)

. . . the whole idea of Supranationalism as a prescription for how people can form relationships has merely led to economic ruin in the Eurozone

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The Brexit Door : Flexcit Breaks Cover – Newsnight (7th June 2016)

We can leave the EU, safely, without turning our back on the wider world or our European colleagues

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ME Synon Blog : How Cameron and the Commons will overturn a Leave vote (7th June 2016)

David Cameron has in every way made it clear to the EU elite that he is willing to collaborate with them to over-turn an Out vote in a referendum

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The LEAVEalliance: Reality sinks in: We will leave the EU and remain in the Single Market (7th June 2016)

. . . in March The Telegraph confirmed what our sources had been telling us, that the EFTA/EEA route was the route identified by the Civil Service as the option we would take

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The Sceptic Isle : 5 reasons to leave the EU (7th June 2016)

Regaining our own Trade Policy . . . Leaving the Common Fisheries Policy and Common Agricultural Policy . . . Creating a different relationship with the EU will be better for all concerned . . . Unlocking the potential for positive change . . . Representing ourselves in International organisations

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The Sceptic Isle : Brexit is the key; Norway is the doorway (7th June 2016)

Vote Leave opted to ignore the open goal in front of them and instead launched the ball into the terraces and tripped over their own laces

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Independent Britain : Beyond EEA (7th June 2016)

Leaving the EU but remaining in the Single Market, at least over the short- to medium-term, is not only sensible but essential

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Pete North Politics Blog : Brexit will be a shot in the arm for global trade (7th June 2016)

While we are in the EU, foreign aid will continue to be seen as a corrupt slush fund for buying favours

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Pete North Politics Blog : This is not a referendum on immigration (7th June 2016)

Ending Freedom of Movement will not significantly impact immigration

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Pete North Politics Blog : A remain vote will be a spectacular own goal  (7th June 2016)

. . . as more nations come on stream into the global rules based trading system, this naturally means the EU's own voice within it is diminished

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Red Cliffs of Dawlish : Arguments or Relationships 1st? Modern Family & "Emotional Digestion" (7th June 2016)

Vote Leave increasingly departs from reality (not that it ever really had any grip), and the "remains" indulge in ever more vacuous rhetoric

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Independent Britain : “Project Fear” Concedes Defeat (6th June 2016)

There is no realistic exit option that does not embrace transitional arrangements of some kind or other and it just so happens that an EFTA/EEA type arrangement is the most credible post-exit solution

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The Sceptic Isle : Reality sinks in: We will leave the EU and remain in the Single Market (6th June 2016)

. . . in March The Telegraph confirmed what our sources had been telling us, that the EFTA/EEA route was the route identified by the Civil Service as the option we would take

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Pete North Politics Blog : Band of Bloggers (6th June 2016)

Parliament will have an instruction to leave the EU but it does not have a gun to its head on how to do it

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Pete North Politics Blog : Brexit: the evolution to freedom (6th June 2016)

Nothing remains static once we do leave. We will evolve to bigger and better things

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Pete North Politics Blog : Voting to leave has become a democratic obligation (6th June 2016)

The EU does not operate on the basis of mutual consensus

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Pete North Politics Blog : No fear of the Norway option (6th June 2016)

. . . there seems to be a consensus between rational leavers and remainers that the EEA option is best if we leave the EU

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : The EEA Option is still gaining traction (version 4.0) (6th June 2016)

. . . the first hint that civil service officials were taking a serious look at the EEA Option to provide a smooth transition out of the EU

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: the debate moves underground (6th June

2016)

Out of the EU, therefore, the UK would still be party to international agreements and, with a strong history of legislating for animal welfare, even after it joined the EEC, it is absurd to argue that standards would be in any way prejudiced

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ME Synon Blog : Australian immigration system is designed to increase population, yet Leave wants it (5th June 2016)

. . . the Australian points-based immigration policy has been, by British measures, a disaster

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Independent Britain : Thinking Beyond The Bubble (5th June 2016)

As the only country with a legal commitment to spend 0.7 percent of GDP on foreign aid, the UK government should be taking how and where we spend that money much more seriously

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : Remainers need to lay off the EEA Option - They might soon need it (5th June 2016)

Remainers therefore need to seriously simmer down about this and quietly consider their own need for the EEA option in the event of a Leave vote

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Pete North Politics Blog : The EU is an expensive luxury we can no longer afford (5th June 2016)

. . . immigration control is very difficult, bureaucratic, mostly useless and seriously expensive

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Pete North Politics Blog : Looking gift horses in the mouth (5th June 2016)

This blog has always anticipated the political realities will mean a single market based solution and there's nothing the leave camp can do about it

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Pete North Politics Blog : No business as usual  (5th June 2016)

Should we lose, it won’t be that leaving the EU is a bad idea. It’s just that the many themes put forth by the leave campaign will be defeat

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Pete North Politics Blog : 5 reasons to leave the EU (4th June 2016)

1. The Remains . . . 2. An ideas revolution . . . 3. Democratic reform . . . 4. Repairing the damage . . . 5. Jobs

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Pete North Politics Blog : Whatever the price is, I will pay it gladly  (4th June 2016)

And if one tweet exemplifies the crassness, snobbery and condescension of the bubble dwellers it is from Edwina Currie. This woman has always been the opposite of decency of and integrity. "Sovereignty is overrated" says she.

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Pete North Politics Blog : We're a better friend to Europe from outside the EU (4th June 2016)

. . . the EU is a forced marriage, concocted by political elites and consequently will never be loved in the same way that the nation state is

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Pete North Politics Blog : Leaving the EU is the safest bet (4th June 2016)

The Remain view is that that Britain is small, weak, obsolete and powerless

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: a fact-free zone (4th June 2016)

This is now beyond mere lying. It betrays a supreme indifference to the truth and a degree of contempt for the voting public that is quite staggering

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ME Synon Blog : Defiance is our last hope (3rd June 2016)

Which is how the Nice Treaty was defeated: by the defiance of men and women who voted No despite the complacency and arrogance of the government and the threats of disaster if they rejected the treaty

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: breaking the bubble (3rd June 2016)

Effectively Flexcit gives us the reforms Mr Cameron pretends he has already secured

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Pete North Politics Blog : The changing face of globalisation  (3rd June 2016)

. . . the Common Agricultural Policy, the dead hand of the one size fits all approach is entirely anti-ethical to the challenges of modernity

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Pete North Politics Blog : Britain has nothing to lose by leaving the EU (3rd June 2016)

Because the EU wants to become that supreme government for Europe, creating a state in its own right, it sees the development of a global system of free trade as a threat.

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Pete North Politics Blog : The quiet death of democracy (3rd June 2016)

. . . this referendum is a landmark event. There is a fork in the road. One road leads to a reboot; a collective reorganisation of everything to reshape our country to meet the challenges of the future. The other road leads to subordination, irrelevance and the quiet death of democracy.

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Pete North Politics Blog : What the EU referendum has taught me about climate change  (3rd June 2016)

The majority agree! There is a consensus! The science is settled. Now where have we heard that before?

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Red Cliffs of Dawlish : The Dark Heart of Politics: Barriers To People?  (3rd June 2016)

We see that FLEXCIT is a highly researched treatment of Brexit

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The Brexit Door : Democracy v Sovereignty (2nd June 2016)

The only way to restore democracy is to leave the EU, and step by step return the express right of the people through parliament to make the law that we live by, is to leave the EU

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Pete North Politics Blog : Brexit is the only way to reconnect our politics (2nd June 2016)

If this referendum has revealed anything it is the extraordinary ignorance of the media and our politicians

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Pete North Politics Blog : Brexit is the right answer to an otherwise unresolvable question  (2nd June 2016)

What the EEA option promises is that things stay more or less the same. The same market access and no added costs

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : The EEA Option is still gaining traction (version 3.1) (2nd June 2016)

. . . no British Government supported by the Civil Service would logically take any other route

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: making the choice (2nd June 2016)

If Brexiteers wish to win over the cautious middle of British politics, they must make a better case that our trade is safe

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: "glib and kipperish" (2nd June 2016)

Vote Leave has suddenly become the gift that keeps on giving

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ME Synon Blog : Wrong again: the Leave campaign imagines Ireland controls its own border (1st June 2016)

Leave proposes, Brussels disposes

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The Sceptic Isle : This was meant to be the “great debate”. It has been mediocre and disheartening. (1st June 2016)

This is not a great debate

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The Sceptic Isle : In response to Ian Birrell’s hackneyed criticism of the “Norway option” (1st June 2016)

Norway has the ability to protect its sovereignty and has used it when necessary

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Independent Britain : The EU Is Not The Single Market (1st June 2016)

EFTA/EEA member states enjoy full access to the Single Market without being bound by the Common External Tariff or the Common Commercial Policy

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Pete North Politics Blog : Britain does not need the EU (1st June 2016)

The kids may not see it. The bean counters in the public sector may not see it. The cosseted slobs in the media may not see it, but those of us working in the private sector know full well that Britain has got much to offer

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Red Cliffs of Dawlish : View From Vote Leave: Full of Complicity; Empty of Conscience  (1st June 2016)

So we have this entirely absurd abstracted to nonsense Referendum Campaign as a result whereby those in power look down from such a height at the teeming multitudes

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The Sceptic Isle : The conspicuous absence of global governance in the EU referendum debate (31st May 2016)

. . . it is naïve and just not credible to cite button pushing in the European Parliament as proof that the EU is democratic

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The LEAVEalliance: EU Referendum: Remember Verdun (31st May 2016)

In the end, we either control our own destiny as a people, or others control it for us. That is what we must decide on 23 June 2016

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Pete North Politics Blog : Say no to the butchers in Brussels  (31st May 2016)

. . . what is absolutely clear, is that we do need a revolution in how we handle the effects of migration and we need more intelligent internationalist policies

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Pete North Politics Blog : There is no ideal form of exit. So what? (31st May 2016)

. . . the EU is largely a recipient of technical rules and regulations from the global level from vehicle manufacture to banking and all points between

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Pete North Politics Blog : The head and the heart says democracy is best (31st May 2016)

. . . what happens when the people don't have a say? Government becomes the master rather than the servant

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Pete North Politics Blog : Andrew Scott has Economists Entitlement Syndrome (31st May 2016)

. . . the question on the ballot paper is not "is leaving the EU bad for the economy". It is whether we want to remain or leave

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Pete North Politics Blog : What Brexiteers actually want  (30th May 2016)

And so the people must have a say. And they must be free to make those mistake and correct them. That way they own the decision made in their name. That way we are treated as adults and not managed like cattle

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Independent Britain : The EU Is Anti-Democratic (30th May 2016)

The people have no control over the decision-making process whatsoever

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ME Synon Blog : Faction, blundering, degrading: Napoleon views the referendum campaign  (30th May 2016)

. . . the ‘special status’ Cameron claims to have won in his negotiations earlier this year has no legal standing at all

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Pete North Politics Blog : Why you should care about Brexit (30th May 2016)

Take a close look at the people who want you to stay . . .

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Pete North Politics Blog : Roberto Azevedo speaketh with forked tongue (30th May 2016)

The EU is no longer in control of the regulatory agenda

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Red Cliffs of Dawlish : The Political Glass Bead Game: Delusional Decision-Making(30th May 2016)

Incorrigibility is taken as a given, that others will never admit they are wrong or mistaken and hence any argument cannot "win"

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The Brexit Door : Democratic Deficit (30th May 2016)

. . . once a competence has been passed to the EU, there is no mechanism for it to be returned

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Independent Britain : On Immigration (29th May 2016)

An independent UK could work to find solutions to these global problems, rather than as but one voice among the EU-28

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: handing victory to Project Fear (29th May 2016)

. . . some of us have long tried to point out that the one thing vital to winning this battle was a properly worked-out 'exit plan'

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Pete North Politics Blog : Why agility matters more than market size (29th May 2016)

In the meantime we could focus all our efforts on African trade with a view to boosting exports but also as a means to slow the flow of migrants

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Pete North Politics Blog : Europhiles are on the wrong side of history (29th May 2016)

The Brexit debate is as much to do with our position in the world as it is our membership of the EU

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Pete North Politics Blog : We deserve some answers from the Remain camp (29th May 2016)

The treasury seems to think it can offer us a fifteen year projection of what Brexit looks like, but surely there are massive risks in Britain being a secondary power within the EU without a real say in seismic economic decisions?

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Pete North Politics Blog : Laugh it up Cohen. Enjoy it while it lasts.  (29th May 2016)

. . . there is a consensus groupthink at the top of global politics where they believe their own rhetoric and the rhetoric upon which the EU stands

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ME Synon Blog : Tyrie makes it official: Leave campaign led by knuckleheads (28th May 2016)

The arms race of ever more lurid claims and counter-claims made by both the leave and remain sides is not just confusing the public

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: "deeply problematical" (28th May 2016)

We expect the other side to lie - that's what Europhiles do

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Pete North Politics Blog : The tears of the legacy media (28th May 2016)

In this referendum we have seen the full force of the establishment brought down against what it views as a a democratic insurgency

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Red Cliffs of Dawlish : Alternatives To Certainty: A Bird In The Hand.  (28th May 2016)

. . . on the EU; after all there's such little inspiration to be had from the channels of communication that so poorly serve the people in how our politics is conducted

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : The Remain camp has finally crossed the line (27th May 2016)

OK this is important

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ME Synon Blog : Former US treasury secretary on Brussels revenge: EU demands 'Old Testament justice'  (27th May 2016)

The EU operates above the concerns of the prosperity of any single member state or its citizens. It operates in its own interests

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Pete North Politics Blog : Rick, it's more complicated than that  (27th May 2016)

Thanks to Vote Leave we are going to see the EU issue buried along with any hope of recovering our democracy. Well done Mr Cummings. That's real genius right there

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: to perpetuate a lie: (27th May 2016)

. . . there is not the slightest justification for claiming that the UK sends £350 million a week (of £50 million a day) to Brussels

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: procurement - a WTO agreement (27th May 2016)

With or without EU intervention, public procurement always carries a cost

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The Sceptic Isle : The false dichotomy: An independent Britain will not be isolationist or inward looking (26th May 2016)

. . . the miserable caricature that the remainers depict; they don’t believe in this country and they are stunted by their little European mindset

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : A Message to Remainers (26th May 2016)

I want you to consider a few things for a moment

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : The EEA Option is still gaining traction (26th May 2016)

It is likely the UK would adopt a model similar to Norway’s as holding position, before gravitating to a more bespoke arrangement, according to one scenario under discussion

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Pete North Politics Blog : Hannan the fraud (26th May 2016)

There will have to be a reckoning for the dismal failure of the Vote Leave campaign

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The LEAVEalliance: The Market Solution gains traction; but is it too late? (26th May 2016)

Thus, concludes Heath, the economic case for Brexit is remarkably strong

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The LEAVEalliance: Norway was warned it faced economic catastrophe without the EU. It is now happy and prosperous (26th May 2016)

The debate is settled in independent Norway. Let’s settle it here too

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The LEAVEalliance: A trade war between EU countries is damaging the British economy (26th May 2016)

It is hugely detrimental for a country such as ours, a global trading nation, the fifth largest economy in the world, not to have control of its trade policy

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: the wages of stupidity (26th May 2016)

Thus will they find in good time that the wages of stupidity are defeat

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The Sceptic Isle : How Norway was warned of economic catastrophe and is now happy, prosperous and influential (25th May 2016)

Years after their defiant, independent minded people rejected the EU they do not regret it one bit

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The Sceptic Isle : France and other EU states are hampering new trade deals. We need control of our trade policy (25th May 2016)

A secret government memo has been leaked to The Telegraph reportedly showing that a “trade war” between EU countries is damaging the British economy

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: the lack of a plan (25th May 2016)

Thus, the moment Dominic Cummings, for no good reason, rejected the idea of an exit plan, the leave campaign's fate was probably sealed

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The LEAVEalliance: Leaving the EU will change almost nothing – to start with (25th May 2016)

. . . not only does the EFTA/EEA route reassure on the economy, it neutralises the fears of expats as they remain unaffected by Brexit

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Pete North Politics Blog : We won't get a better deal?  (25th May 2016)

We can work with global regulators and standards bodies to ensure African goods can get to market and ensure that we don't force African states into reliance on aid and corporate bribes

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Pete North Politics Blog : The IFS report is another one worth ignoring (25th May 2016)

Britain is uniquely placed to act as a global facilitator in ways the EU cannot

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Red Cliffs of Dawlish : Confused? Don't Be: Consensus Now! Contrition Much Later. (25th May 2016)

The need for people to learn I think will only be triggered after experiencing this contrition on a suitably mass and national scale

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ME Synon Blog : The Referendum campaign: nobody gets out of here alive  (25th May 2016)

We will find that the Referendum campaign was all a Midsummer Night's dream, where the one wearing the ass's head lead us a merry dance around an enchanted wood and up the garden path

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Independent Britain : A Transition Plan (24th May 2016)

. . . this referendum has made clear that David Cameron and George Osborne are not fit to hold the offices of state which the electorate so carelessly allowed them to occupy

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The LEAVEalliance: The Treasury destroys a straw man and Vote Leave have no defence (24th May 2016)

Given that the EFTA/EEA option is by far the most viable and one of the few realistically achievable options; it should not be left out of any reasonable and honest analysis

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: the deregulation delusion (24th May 2016)

Rather than a cost of doing business, good rules make it possible

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Pete North Politics Blog : Economists deserve to be ignored (24th May 2016)

When we have a political and media class which lies to us all the time, we have only our own judgement to go on

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Pete North Politics Blog : Pretty much... (24th May 2016)

If all these people are telling you to vote for the same thing . . .

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Pete North Politics Blog : There are consequences for squandering democracy (24th May 2016)

. . . we are a nation of infants ruled by infants and the results are there for all to see

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The Brexit Door : Negotiating Positions : The Brexit Scenario (24th May 2016)

Changing the economic environment will be harder than negotiating with the commission for our future EU entanglements, and can only be done once we are out of the EU

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Our mounting debt mountain

Exit Plan

Our disastrous trade deficit

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Richard Littlejohn : Our last chance to escape from the disaster movie unfolding across Europe (21st June 2016)

. . . do we conclude that we are incapable of running our own affairs and are better off as a meek dependency of an ever-expanding European superstate?

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Tim Stanley : Brexit isn't about nostalgia. It's about ambition. Trust me, I'm a historian (21st June 2016)

We are shaped by history but need not be imprisoned by it. And one thing I find most exciting about Brexit is it gives us the chance to start over again, to write a new chapter in our country’s history.

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Peter Dominiczak : Boris Johnson: Change the whole course of European history by backing Brexit (19th June 2016)

Appearing on Question Time on Sunday evening, Mr Cameron was repeatedly heckled by members of the audience over the Government’s failure to get migration down to the “tens of thousands”.

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Boris Johnson : Please Vote Leave on Thursday, because we'll never get this chance again

If we stay, we will find our global influence and weight not enhanced, but diminished

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Charles Moore : The killing of Jo Cox does not justify suspending democratic debate over the EU (19th June 2016)

Mr Cameron and George Osborne warn of “economic self-harm’” yet it is they that propose to administer it.

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Simon Heffer : The EU Empire is going to fail. On Thursday, we can protect Britain from the chaos of its death throes (19th June 2016)

It is precisely because of the enviable opportunity we have on Thursday – the most important vote in any of our lifetimes – that we should seize it and use it to secure change

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Janet Daley : How did the Remain campaign get the British character so wrong? (18th June 2016)

This disconnect with the people has confirmed the widely accepted view of the Cameron-Osborne Tory leadership as – how to put this? – rather odd

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Christopher Booker : Will Vote Leave's blunders lose us the day? (18th June 2016)

Thatcher came to understand that the EU's only real agenda in all it did was to work towards “ever closer union”, under a form of governance like nothing the world had seen before.

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Norman Tebbit : Jo Cox's death should not shut down politics – the best tribute would be to keep calm and carry on (17th June 2016)

We know that excessive increases in the money supply cause monetary inflation and devalue money. Perhaps we are now seeing a similar phenomenon in social conduct

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Charles Moore : We face a very serious decision next week – but not a terribly difficult one (17th June 2016)

Experts, when they nearly all agree – as with the Munich Agreement, ERM entry, the euro and now a Remain vote – are likely to be wrong, because they confuse their own interests and group-think with the general good

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James Delingpole : Sir Bob Geldof: Vote Remain If You’ve Got A Big Yacht And Hate Proles (15th June 2016)

In Britain, as in the US, people are beginning to wake up to the fact that it’s not about left and right any more. It’s about the people against the Establishment elite.

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ASA Bennett : Has George Osborne's Brexit Budget ruined his last chance of becoming prime minister? (14th June 2016)

The Chancellor's vigorous pro-EU campaigning has hurt his public reputation

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Richard Littlejohn : It's Gordon Munster - and he's got a bolt loose (14th June 2016)

. . . anyone trying to convince us to stay in the EU would have been best advised to keep Gordon in his box

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Allison Pearson : Not even SamCam can stop women voting for Brexit  (14th June 2016)

. . . while a well-integrated, multi-ethnic society feels like a home, a multicultural society overwhelmed by immigration feels like a hotel where “everyone is a guest”.

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Philip Johnston : Why I'll be voting to leave the EU next week (14th June 2016)

The Remain campaign has tried to terrify voters about the risks of leaving. But the perils of staying are greater, because the EU will not stand still

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Ambrose Evans-Pritchard: Brexit vote is about the supremacy of Parliament and nothing else: Why I am voting to leave the EU (13th June 2016)

Today's EU is a deformed halfway house that nobody ever wanted

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Charles Moore : The UK shows the EU how to be a proper Union (12th June 2016)

Farmers rightly hate it when people have no sense that they need to live by what they do

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Boris Johnson : When it comes to the single market, you don't have to be in it to win it (12th June 2016)

Lord Bamford has seen that the “single market” is in reality a political project that is turning inexorably into a single government of Europe

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Douglas Murray : Exit Britain? (6th/13th June 2016)

If on June 23 Britons vote to stay, they will lose the only leverage with Brussels they ever had

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James Delingpole : Brexit Might Actually Win This Referendum. Here’s Why… (10th June 2016)

Watching Angela Eagle on TV last night, I began wondering whether she was a mole planted by Leave purely in order to make the Remain camp look more embarrassingly useless

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Richard Littlejohn : Nurse! Call a jumbulance for crippled Britain!  we're powerless to control the pressures of immigration on the NHS while in the EU (10th June 2016)
Even most of the Remain crowd admit the EU is a mess. But they seem to accept that we just have to live with it

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Peter Dominiczak : EU referendum: Security minister says Britain better placed to fight terrorists outside EU (10th June 2016)

. . . the EU is "too rigid" to deal with the "pan-national terrorist threat".

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Telegraph View : We need no lectures from former PMs  (10th June 2016)

Referendum voters need no lectures from either of the former premiers – nor from Gordon Brown, the signatory of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty.

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Allister Heath : We will still trade freely with the EU if we vote Leave (9th June 2016)

The latest trade figures remind us that the EU as well as Britain will be hugely incentivised to do all in its powers not to disrupt economic integration after a Brexit.

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Tim Stanley : Leave won the ITV debate –and Boris Johnson looks like a future Prime Minister (9th June 2016)

That half of the debate was probably won by Leave who ruthlessly pursued their line about restoring self-government to Britain

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James Delingpole : The Top 13 Reasons For Staying In The EU… Debunked (8th June 2016)

If just one prisoner can make a home run…

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Allister Heath : Keep calm and ooze compassion: Leave must seize the moral high ground (8th June 2016)

. . . leave the nastiness to the increasingly desperate Remainians.

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Ambrose Evans-Pritchard : Britain's defiant judges fight back against Europe's imperial court  (8th June 2016)

The ECJ is informed by a corporatist philosophy under Napoleonic law, prone to consider everything forbidden unless codified, in contrast to the very different enterprise spirit of English Common Law

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James Delingpole : Vote Remain to Make Piers Morgan More Smug And Goldman Sachs More Disgustingly Rich (7th June 2016)

So that’s your dual purpose mission for June 23, my friends. 1. Wipe the smile off that hairy-palmed tosser Morgan’s porky schoolboy face. 2. Send Goldman Sachs the way of Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers

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Philip Johnston : A vote for Brexit is now a very real possibility – we must be ready for it (7th June 2016)

On the balance of probabilities, unless there is a big development over the next two weeks, then Leave will win.

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Tom Harris : David Cameron is getting worried – why else would he be making nasty, personal attacks  (7th June 2016)

Perhaps there's no better example of this furious hyper-ventilation than recent statements by David Cameron and his most recent Conservative predecessor in the highest office, Sir John Major

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James Delingpole : EU Green Lunacy: £1.25 Million To Save A Bird That Doesn’t Need Saving (7th June 2016)

The little tern, in other words, is about as much in danger of extinction as the Herring gull (aka “sea gulls”) or the London pigeon

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Boris Johnson : Boris Johnson: British taxpayers will be hit with a shock £2.4billion bill if the UK stays in the EU  (5th June 2016)

The botched bureaucratic response to the migration crisis means the Eurocrats are demanding even more of our money. And now we find that there is a £20 billion black hole in the EU’s finances

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Boris Johnson : You must Vote to leave the EU or wake up with the worst hangover in history  (5th June 2016)

Believe in Britain, and our ability as a proud, self-confident, and independent country to help restore democracy here and around the whole continent

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Peter Dominiczak : EU referendum: Telegraph subscribers say they back a Brexit (5th June 2016)

A survey of nearly 19,000 subscribers found that 69 per cent are intending to back a Brexit

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Christopher Booker : EU is paymaster for pro-Remain 'green’ charities  (4th June)

There is no way a Brexit could produce a more damaging outcome for nature than the kind we too often see from that collaboration between greenies and Brussels

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Simon Heffer : The migration question that can’t be answered  (4th June 2016)

The EU had the chance to offer a limit on immigration within its borders during the “renegotiation”, and it refused

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Janet Daley : Johnson and Gove have an exciting chance to shift the axis of politics  (4th June 2016)

Exit from the EU would offer a kind of national renewal: a chance to embed those values of self-reliance and resourcefulness into a political culture suited to a modern independent state

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Michael Deacon : ‘It’s Project Lies!’ Michael Gove takes on the audience – and the experts  (3rd June 2016)

It’s always said that Mr Gove and Mr Cameron have always been, and will always remain, close friends. Tonight, Mr Gove described Mr Cameron’s performance on Sky News as “depressing”.

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Ambrose Evans-Pritchard : Leave camp must accept that Norway model is the only safe way to exit EU  (2nd June 2016)

The Leave campaign is in effect lying about the Norwegian imperative because it dare not admit that EU migrants will continue coming to work in a post-Brexit Britain; and this in turn allows the Remain campaign to air its lies on economic Armageddon.

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Allister Heath : There is no safety inside the arrogant, imperial, and dangerously unstable EU (1st June 2016)

When I was growing up in France, it was always clear that the EU was a political project that used economics as a tool of state-building

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Norman Tebbit : Every day the EU further threatens our sovereignty – and David Cameron cannot stop it (30th May 2016)

Our masters in Brussels feel that mere legalities should not be allowed to obstruct the path to the European Republic

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Boris Johnson : The only continent with weaker economic growth than Europe is Antarctica (29th May 2016)

We are in the throes of the fastest demographic change for 1,000 years

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Christopher Booker : Vote Leave is handing victory to Project Fear (28th May 2016)

The unique advantage of the 'Norway option' is that it could provide an off-the-shelf means to neutralise all of 'Project Fear’s' catalogue of horrors

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Simon Heffer : When – if ever – will the real David Cameron stand up?  (28th May 2016)

The scaremongering, according to a poll last week, has reduced public trust in Mr Cameron on Europe to a mere 18 per cent

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Liam Halligan : Italy’s broken banks show the dangers behind the euro (28th May 2016)

The single currency is a powder-keg. It represents probably the largest systemic danger to global financial markets on earth

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Colonel Richard Kemp : It is an EU army that could bring about war (27th May 2016)

An EU command structure, fraught with divergent and opposing policy agendas, will turn paralysis into rigor mortis

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James Delingpole : G7 Leaders: Vote Brexit And The World Will End (27th May 2016)

. . . the more hysterical and dishonest Project Fear gets the better it will be for Brexit.

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Allister Heath : Start-up Britain will thrive out of the EU  (27th May 2016)

The pro-Brexit case must therefore have at its heart a vision of a far more entrepreneurial Britain

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Charles Moore : The Leave campaign has failed to allay the anxieties of Mr and Mrs Prudence (27th May 2016)

If you prefer the adventure of uncertainty over the dull predictability of expert-delivered diktats, vote Leave

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Fraser Nelson : Europe's voters are getting angry. Leaders should listen to them instead of sneering (26th May 2016)

The way to thwart such insurgents is to respond to the legitimate concerns of their voters. This is the British way

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Richard Littlejohn : Will their vile skinhead poster tip the see-saw against Remain? Take notice of this patronising, manipulative and scary advert... and then Vote Leave (26th May 2016)
. . . the clear, not even subliminal or subtle, implication is that those who want to get out of the EU are all knuckle-scraping BNP boot-boys brimming with hatred for non-whites

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Laura Hughes : David Cameron would back Brexit if he wasn't Prime Minister, claims former strategy guru  (26th May 2016)

British people hate to be told what to do by the European elite

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Asa Bennett : Eurosceptics are popular with voters across Europe. That's why Brussels wants to destroy them (26th May 2016)

Anyone who doesn't want the European Blob to gobble up more power and member states is deemed a dangerous populist that must be stopped

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Allister Heath : Brexit will make us richer. That's why Leave could still win (25th May 2016)

The economic case for Brexit is remarkably strong. If Brexiteers want to reassure floating middle-class voters, it will need to be made again and again

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Andrew Lilico : Why leaving the EU could actually be to our economic advantage (25th May 2016)

We should not be deterred from Brexit by stories of large negative impacts of Brexit that assume away all the economic benefits

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Tim Cross : Stiffen your sinews and Vote Leave - Brexit will make Britain great again  (25th May 2016)

The economic case for Brexit is remarkably strong. If Brexiteers want to reassure floating middle-class voters, it will need to be made again and again

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Allison Pearson : No wonder women back Brexit - mums know best  (24th May 2016)

Forget the men trying to scare us with dodgy economics. Mother knows best.

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Asa Bennett : Brexiteers' lack of a plan is their greatest weakness, and George Osborne is exploiting it mercilessly  (24th May 2016)

The Leave campaign dwindles, having failed to quell ongoing concerns about the financial and economic consequences of a Brexit

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Michael Deacon : David Cameron and George Osborne made a joke about Brexit... and it didn’t go down very well (23rd May 2016)

Silence. Total silence. Not so much as a titter. Even after the third telling

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James Delingpole : Britain MUST Leave The EU Says David Cameron’s Strategy Guru Steve Hilton (23rd May 2016)

They know it is inefficient, democratically unaccountable, corrupt, bureaucratic, anti-market, arrogant, obdurate and hubristic – yet still they persist in claiming that Britain is better off remaining part of it

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Samuel Hooper : The Narrowing Path To Victory For Brexit Supporters (22nd May 2016)

A big external shock or a rising tide of anti-establishment rage are now the only remaining paths to victory for the poorly-led Brexit campaign

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Boris Johnson : Future Britons will find it hard to believe that anyone voted to stay in the EU (22nd May 2016)

The Brexit vote was followed by a powerful campaign for reform in Europe, and a widespread euphoria that at least one population had plucked up the courage to say that the emperor had no clothes

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Tim Ross : Trade wars: memo shows EU is costing UK billions (21st May 2016)

The raw truth is that the EU hates genuinely free trade. That holds Britain back, costs us jobs, and keeps prices on the high street artificially high

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Simon Heffer : David Cameron's disgraceful dishonesty over the EU is turning Britain into a banana republic (21st May 2016)

People say they want “facts” before deciding how to vote next month, so here’s one to mull over. The EU is a profoundly anti-democratic institution.

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James Bartholomew : The EU has destroyed some of our most prosperous industries - and will continue to do so  (21st May 2016)

Did the EU deliberately set out to hurt our auction industry?

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James Delingpole : Finally, The Wankerati Tell Us Which Way To Vote In The EU Referendum… (20thMay 2016)

But I can’t help noticing that Shakespeare actually predates the invention of the European superstate

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Allison Pearson : Cumberbatch's artistic spirit should be rebelling against EU bureaucracy (20th May 2016)

But what are the 282 signatories actually extolling here? Surely not the actual functioning, or dysfunctioning, EU, which is elitist, white, male, dictatorial and hideously bureaucratic

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Charles Moore : With its future assured, the BBC is now happy to toe David Cameron's EU line (20th May 2016)

. . . it is simply untrue that a Leave vote on June 23 necessarily involves an immediate two-year negotiation, after which, without a trade deal, no European will buy our goods and services

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Richard Littlejohn : Government by gimmick: Driverless cars! A space port in Cornwall! The pie-in-the-sky policies of a Prime Minister paralysed by Brexit (18th May 2016)

This is pie-in-the-sky politics, displacement activity from a Government which is paralysed by the Brexit referendum and doesn’t have a clue what to do about the genuine problems facing the country

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Allister Heath : Economists have a century of failure behind them. No wonder they back Remain now (18th May 2016)

Time and time again, the majority of economists make spectacularly wrong calls, and it is a small, despised minority that gets it right

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Matthew Holehouse : EU delays deficits sanctions on Spanish and Portugal until after election (17th May 2016)

. . . the European Commission announced it would delay a decision to impose sanctions until after the Spanish elections

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Lynton Crosby : EU referendum: 51 per cent back Remain as Sir Lynton Crosby warns Leave camp must focus more on voters and less on infighting (17th May 2016)

. . . the Leave campaign should spend less time arguing about whether Nigel Farage should have a TV platform and more time finding and delivering a clearer and simpler message in support of their case.

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Allison Pearson : Angelina Jolie-Pitt should open her doors to refugees - or shut up  (17th May 2016)

The star dares to accuse us of taking a “hardline on immigration” when both she and her children are completely immune from its consequences

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Michael Deacon : Hitler for Remain, Isil for Brexit... can the EU debate sink any lower? (17th May 2016)

. . . there’s still another five weeks to go. Where the two sides will go from here, we can only speculate

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Tom Harris : The sinister John McDonnell is trying to sink the Remain campaign – good luck to him (17th May 2016)

. . . this transformation into a calm, moderate, sensible voice of reason is entirely believable. If you're an idiot

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Richard Littlejohn : Balls and Cable? Osborne really is scraping the barrel: The electorate kicked them out in 2015, so why does the Chancellor think voters will take any notice of what they say about the EU? (17th May 2016)
Frankly, I found it difficult to suppress a belly laugh when I switched on Sky News to see Osborne, Cable and Balls striding towards the microphone like a low-budget remake of Reservoir Dogs.

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Michael Deacon : Ed Balls and Vince Cable, reading out George Osborne’s soundbites. Is this a hostage situation? (16th May 2016)

Either the two really are fanatical about EU membership, or this was a hostage situation.

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Toby Young  : The BBC's focus on immigration was a whole day of anti-Brexit propaganda (16th May 2016)

If you were looking for impartiality, you’d come to the wrong place. The entire day was like a 24-hour political broadcast for the Remain campaign

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James Delingpole : Britain Really Could Vote to Leave the EU, Brexit The Movie Explains Why (15th May 2016)

We just need to regain our optimism, our self-confidence and get over all that self-loathing in which the English intellectual class has so long specialised

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Simon Heffer : The Fourth Reich is here - without a shot being fired (15th May 2016)

It was not just deeply offensive, but ironic, that Mr Cameron should last week have evoked the idea of another world war in his latest intelligence-insulting act of hysteria aimed at making us vote to stay in the EU

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Boris Johnson : Of course our City fat cats love the EU – it’s why they earn so much (15th May 2016)

If you want to back the entrepreneurs, the grafters, the workers, the innovators, the burgeoning and dynamic businesses of Britain – then Vote Leave on June 23, and give this cabal the kick in the pants they deserve

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Ambrose Evans-Pritchard : IMF meddling on Brexit is scandalous skulduggery  (13th May 2016)

There may be compelling reasons for Britain to remain in the EU, but they have nothing to do with the bogus claims advanced today by the IMF

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Tim Congdon : Valuing The EU (13th May 2016)

No theory proposes that the value of a currency depends on the nation’s loneliness, its geographical location or its abstention from this or that international organisation

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James Delingpole : Brexit: Mark Carney can **** right off back to Canada (13th May 2016)

Just like the global warming scam, the Remain campaign is very heavily reliant on the “appeal to authority” of “expert” figures such as Carney

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Charles Moore : Of course Mark Carney backs Remain – the EU will always benefit people like him (13th May 2016)

In domestic politics just now, almost the entire government programme is being bartered for a Remain vote

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Tim Stanley : The graph that shows immigration could decide the EU referendum (13th May 2016)

Governments have long tacitly accepted high immigration because it boosts productivity and tax income

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Allister Heath : Remainers are moving heaven and earth – but not the polls (11th May 2016)

The global establishment has gone nuclear but, astonishingly, it’s still all to play for.

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Richard Littlejohn : Beware the invasion of the toxic caterpillars! David Cameron's absurd Brexit scare stories are insulting the intelligence of voters (10th May 2016)

The risible ramping-up of the scare stories is a sign of his increasing desperation

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James Delingpole : Cameron’s Latest Desperate Threat: Vote Remain Or Get World War III (9th May 2016)

. . . it really is given to very, very few sentient creatures to be able to stand up on a stage and lie quite so blatantly with quite such pink-cheeked confidence and authority as our Dave

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Charles Moore : Scotland has voted No to a second referendum (9th May 2016)

Since Leave supporters believe in the United Kingdom, it seemed too risky to some to vote to give the Scots this incentive for break-up.  Now that risk has evaporated.

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Christopher Booker : Farmers fall victim to the maddest EU subsidy shambles of them all (7th May 2016)

One of the most bizarre examples of public maladministration this country has ever known, has now taken on an even more outrageous twist

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Charles Moore : Turkey's President Erdogan is not a nice man. We should resist him rather than pander to him (7th May 2016)

The position the EU has granted him gives him the power to turn on and off the tap of Syrian refugees to Europe when he feels like it

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Christopher Booker : Brexiteers! We need an exit strategy and we need it now!  (1st May 2016)

But even more terrifying is the quite deliberate refusal of the Leave campaigners to come up with a convincing and coherent exit plan which could reassure voters that, by leaving the EU we would not be excluded from the European Economic Area, allowing us to continue trading in the single market just as we do now

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Charles Moore : The EU’s defenders are clinging to something that is weakening (1st May 2016)

The EU’s defenders are clinging to something that is weakening: those who want to leave are reaching out for something better. That is the exact opposite of 40 years ago

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