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Tim Ross : Iain Duncan Smith challenges David Cameron to live EU referendum debate (30th April 2016)

The former work and pensions secretary, who is campaigning for Vote Leave, accuses the Prime Minister’s pro-EU campaign of “running away” from a clash on national television.

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Janet Daley : Federal government in the US and EU is pushing politics to the brink (30th April 2016)

The idea that a centrally governed confederation of states can be an unfailingly rational, functioning system seems to be falling apart

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Ashley Kirk & Michael Wilkinson : EU referendum poll tracker and odds (29th April 2016)

Follow The Telegraph's poll of polls tracker to see how the "Remain" and "Leave" campaigns are faring

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Rupert Myers : Brexiteers must stop whining and realise David Cameron is playing to win (29th April 2016)

The voters will decide on the arguments presented: complaining about the way the contest is being fought won’t sway votes, it’s simply a waste of the opportunity to put forward a credible alternative to the status quo

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Matthew Holehouse : Most MEPs claim every penny of office expenses (29th April 2016)

98 per cent of MEPs – in a period covering those in office before and after the 2014 European election – took advantage of the full amount with no checks on how it was spent

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Ashley Kirk : EU referendum: Who in Britain wants to leave, and who wants to remain? (29th April 2016)

The survey shows that Northern Ireland and Scotland are the regions most in favour of staying in the EU, with almost two thirds of respondents wishing to remain.

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Christopher Hope : Mothers should vote for Brexit to give their children ‘rewarding careers’ says Andrea Leadsom (29th April 2016)

“I believe with all my heart that the UK’s future is truly bright, that the prospects for our children and grandchildren outside the EU have never been better."

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Matthew Holehouse : EU officials with offices bigger than a family home (28th April 2016)

But the report warns that spending so far has been lackadaisical, with staff “lacking expertise” in property deals and incomplete records on their assets. 

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Matthew Holehouse : Eurocrats with offices bigger than the average British home accused of waste (28th April 2016)

A highly critical auditors’ report reveals that the European External Action Service, the EU’s answer to the foreign office, is repeatedly breaking internal rules on the amount of floor space that a worker can occupy

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Matthew Holehouse : EU threatens to take Britain to court over lorry tax  (28th April 2016)

Asked about the timing, Mina Andreeva, a European Commission spokesperson, said: “It’s very clear what the Commission’s role is: namely the guardian of the treaties, which means enforcement legislation regardless of the size of the country. 

“We are doing this 24/7 throughout the entire year, which you’d have noticed if you looked at the sheer number of infringements we issue on a monthly basis.”

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Adam Boult : 10 European heads of government - how many do you recognise? (28th April 2016)

Could you, for instance, name the current French prime minister?

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Elizabeth Roberts : Expats in Europe lose High Court battle to vote in referendum  (28th April 2016)

Around 700,000 British expats in Europe will be unable to vote in the EU referendum after the High Court ruled against them

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Michael Petley : The EU merry-go-round is broken. Time to get off (28th April 2016)

Three years on and, despite having given Brussels fair warning of an electoral pledge to hold an in-out referendum, what has changed exactly in the EU or eurozone?  Nothing. Nichts. Rien. Niente. Nada.

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Asa Bennett : Junior doctors won't admit it, but their strike helps the Brexit cause (26th April 2016)

Junior doctors have sought to shine a light on their grievances with NHS managers by walking out, but that spotlight brings a greater scrutiny of all the issues affecting the service - like its chronic staffing shortages and its need to plug a £30 billion funding gap

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John McTernan : Don't kid yourselves Brexiteers: an Australian points-based system won't solve Britain's immigration dilemma (26th April 2016)

There are no easy answers to immigration that can be imported to the UK

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Allison Pearson : The Brexit row is pulling friendships and families apart (26th April 2016)

Gove knows full well that his friend’s EU renegotiation was an embarrassing failure. He has experienced exactly how much European law prevents British ministers from doing their job

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Tom Harris : The Government must tell the truth about our open borders (25th April 2016)

. . . our post-war governments got it right. Immigration is good, and our Government should live up to its responsibility to manage it for the good of the UK

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Andrew Stuttaford : Brexit: Plan? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Plan! (24th April 2016)

Boris Johnson : Do Bremainers really think voters will be cowed by the likes of Obama? (24th April 2016)

For more than a year now, Brussels has been in a self-imposed lockdown. Nothing must be done to frighten the children. The British referendum – that embarrassing and tedious genuflection to democracy – must be safely won; and then they will get their plans out of the drawer and get on with the business of building a federal superstate

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Charles Moore : Trade deals are red herrings in the EU debate (24th April 2016)

The EU has never yet, in its history, had a trade deal with America. Nor, before we joined the EEC (as it then was) in 1973, did Britain

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Christopher Booker : What Nick Robinson and the BBC left out in its biased history of EU (24th April 2016)

As so often when the BBC strays from honest reporting into propaganda, the key to Robinson’s account lay not just in what he did say but even more in what got left out

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Janet Daley : Why should we take advice from a president who has surrendered the world to chaos? (24th April 2016)

I believe in democratic legitimacy, which means paying attention to people who do not have my advantages. So should I go for self-interest, or for political principle? Watching this campaign, with its unscrupulous attempts to bully and terrorise a brave and conscientious electorate, has made up my mind. I shall be voting for Leave

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James Forsyth : David Cameron is heading for a hollow victory in the EU referendum (23rd April 2016)

In winning the vote, he could well lose his party

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Liam Halligan : A pro-EU 'study' straight from the Ministry of Truth (23rd April 2016)

“It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen”. That’s how George Orwell opened his dystopian masterpiece 1984, calling into question his entire faith in government. That’s how I felt reading through this disgraceful Treasury document.

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Simon Heffer : Cameron's dirty tactics in the EU referendum are digging his political grave  (23rd April 2016)

. . . if a slim majority endorses the status quo matters will be fractious. What could Mr Cameron offer a massive minority of disaffected people in those circumstances – a group for whose views and intelligence he shows nothing but contempt?

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Charles Moore : Mr Obama's catchphrase is 'Yes, you can!' - so why is he telling us Brits 'No, you can't'?  (22nd April 2016)

Strange that Barack Obama, who has been so extraordinarily pacific in the face of extremist threat, should get so belligerent when the electors of his closest democratic ally show signs of wanting to recover their liberty

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Tim Stanley : Barack Obama, our fair-weather friend, is wrong about the EU (22nd April 2016)

Barack Obama is asking Britain to do something that the USA constitutionally cannot and would not do – sacrifice its sovereignty

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Allister Heath : We’re so used to EU rule that we’ve forgotten how to do it for ourselves (20th April 2016)

Above all, they must learn to trust the people again: we are a sensible, grown-up nation, and we don’t need a bunch of European technocrats to force us to be free

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Tom Harris : I do hope the SNP has made sure Jean-Claude Juncker approves of its manifesto (20th April 2016)

In the meantime, all the parties producing manifestos in advance of May 5 should include a helpful health warning for the benefit of voters: “These policies have been vetted and approved by the EU.” It would prevent an awful lot of legal action further down the line

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Philip Johnston : The Conservative Party may be destroyed by this European madness (19th April 2016)

The legacy of a Remain victory will be lingering resentment that will scar the Tory party for years to come

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Richard Littlejohn : Why I'd rather live under Labour than stay in the EU with a pro-Brussels Tory puppet in Number 10 (19th April 2016)
The Remain campaign can only win the referendum if millions of natural Labour folk vote for the official Government line. Were they all to back Leave, David Cameron would be toast

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Matthew Holehouse : Brexit to trigger revolution in better laws, officials expect (18th April 2016)

Every legislative programme for five or 10 years would be dominated by re-regulating and re-legislating everything in a sovereign British way

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Allister Heath : The Treasury's 'dodgy dossier' on Brexit is beneath contempt (18th April 2016)

. . . the sort of nonsensical, hysterical scaremongering contained in this dodgy dossier is beneath contempt

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Norman Tebbit : The Government is doing everything in its power to rig the EU Referendum  (18th April 2016)

The most depressing aspect of the campaign seems to be that the Remain faction of the Government and its supporters are still campaigning on Project Fear

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Asa Bennett : George Osborne nails his colours to the EU mast. Has he given up hope of ever being Tory leader? (18th April 2016)

The submarine Chancellor is no longer trying to be subtle. HMS Osborne may now be renamed "Feary McFearyface" in this campaign

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Michael Deacon : The maths formula that proves Brexit will be a disaster... according to George Osborne (18th April 2016)

Either they’re wildly irresponsible – or they’re wildly exaggerating

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Charles Moore : The EU oligarchs will despise us even more if we Leave. That's reason enough (18thApril 2016)

If there is one thing the EU is good at, it is providing career opportunities, summit meetings, conference circuits and pensions for administrative and political elites

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HM Treasury analysis: the long-term economic impact of EU membership and the alternatives (18th April 2016)

HM Treasury analysis on the EU referendum shows that a vote to leave would mean Britain would be permanently poorer. Here's what you need to know

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When we joined the Common Market

Our mounting debt mountain

Germany's balance of trade bonanza

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The Brexit Door : Cameron : “Stock up on canned food” (9th May 2016)

Will Brexit make us safer, or will it make us more likely to be involved in conflict?

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : Leaving the EU is not a simple menu of options (9th May 2016)

What the Leave movement at large has never got its head around is that leaving is not about setting out your requirements and then looking around and picking the option that best fits

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : The only thing you need to know about Michael Gove’s anti-single market approach (9th May 2016)

Whatever you think of this approach — and I take a very dim view of it — there’s just one point to absorb: Gove’s approach is completely undeliverable

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Pete North Politics Blog : The EU's dogmatism is dangerous for Europe  (9th May 2016)

We're not the only member state with a vibrant eurosceptic movement. If the EU has a mandate at all it is wafer thin, and it most certainly does not have a mandate to press ahead with its holy grail of federalism

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The LEAVEalliance: The greatest EU myth: The prevention of war (9th May 2016)

With Mr Cameron claiming on this of all days, "Europe Day", that leaving the EU would bring us closer to war, all he is actually doing is repeating the most insidious myth of them all in relation to the European Union - that this monstrous construct has helped keep the peace

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The LEAVEalliance: The Leave Alliance: A step in the right direction  (9th May 2016)

Despite efforts to acquaint people with the perils of staying in the EU, the view is that, although there are uncertainties to remaining, "we know more about staying in than if we leave".

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Red Cliffs of Dawlish : Referendum: Clear Choices Ahead & Behind (8th May 2016)
The EU is going towards a different destination to the UK and hence David Cameron is lying

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: a step in the right direction (8th May 2016)

Unless in these few short weeks, we are able to provide that reassurance that leaving is the "safer bet", we are looking down the nose of another 40 years of EU membership. "Flexcit the Movie", is a step in the right direction

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The Brexit Door : Gove speaks in the Telegraph (7th May 2016)

Where the conflict arises is the  pressure to change the way we treat EU law in the 2 years article 50 period

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Pete North Politics Blog : It takes a village...  (7th May 2016)

Until we start seeing government as something we own and are responsible for rather than a service provider, we cannot expect anything to function well

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: the ignorance of Lyons (7th May 2016)

It is no wonder such people do not see the need for an exit plan. In their simplistic little world, everything is so easy: we just drop out of the EU and pick up where we left off, relying on these wondrous "WTO rules", the nature of which they don't have the first idea.

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ME Synon Blog : Remain elite call for BBC to give less weight to Leave (7th May 2016)

But really the Leave campaigners are just saying out loud what they have always thought, that the opinions of people who are not among their self-designated elite are unworthy to be heard

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The Sceptic Isle : Article 50 is the only viable and legal way to leave the EU. The issue is settled. (6th May 2016)

It shouldn’t have to be said again, but here goes: invoking Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union is the only possible legal way for any country to leave the EU

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: multilateralism is the key (6th May 2016)

. . . there is a perspective here that so far has not received anything like enough attention – the tension between bilateralism and multilateralism in trade deals

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The Brexit Door : Brexit fear over Union ends (6th May 2016)

So if you are pro union, but anti EU membership, you can now vote to leave the EU without the fear that you will break up the UK

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : “The EEA Option would be a betrayal” (6th May 2016)

Indeed, considering the only realistic exit option is the EEA one, one wonders what the purpose of Vote Leave is, apart from having us chase a herd of unicorns

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Red Cliffs of Dawlish : The Leave Alliance Launch (video)  (6th May 2016)

Honesty is the way forwards amongst friends

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Pete North Politics Blog : Forced to look inwards (6th May 2016)

The only way the EU could ever be what it set out to be is to have a great deal more power than it has presently

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The LEAVEalliance: Mission critical: An economically secure Brexit is vital (6th May 2016)

In the long run our relationship with the EU will reform and gradually evolve into a “British model” of some kind; but an EFTA/EEA based relationship is a stepping stone that allows us to secede safely and securely

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ME Synon Blog : The creation myth of the EU (6th May 2016)

The commission will of course let any commissioner say ‘Europe is my country’ as often as he likes. Say ‘Estonia is my country’ once too often and the pension could be in danger

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Pete North Politics Blog : Local elections: Meh, whatever (5th May 2016)

Every few years you get to vote for some or other moron who makes all your decisions for you and in between doesn't care what you think in the slightest. Meanwhile you go back into you undisturbed slumber thinking you've done your bit

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Pete North Politics Blog : EU: Not even good for trade  (5th May 2016)

. . . global regulation for the free movement of goods is overtaking the need for the EU and rather than facilitating better trade with the rest of the world it is a major obstacle to to it

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : Immigration: What do Leavers want? (5th May 2016)

There are several ‘Leave’ positions on immigration depending on which Leaver or group of Leavers you talk to

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The LEAVEalliance: Why vote to Leave? The short version (5th May 2016)

And why should you positively vote Leave?

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The LEAVEalliance: The EU is an anti-democratic Union (5th May 2016)

No matter how bad or unpopular a law might be, if the Commission digs in its heels, it stays. 
This right of initiative is not accidental. This was deliberately introduced by architect of the Union, Jean Monnet as a means of making it politician-proof

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The LEAVEalliance: Britain needs to leave the EU and embrace the modern era of globalisation (5th May 2016)

It isn’t exactly common knowledge, for example, that the abolition of roaming charges has been a global initiative dating back as far as 1999

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The Sceptic Isle : Mission critical: An economically secure Brexit is vital (5th May 2016)

The fact is that in the financial world, as with most industries, regulatory divergence is not an economically viable or desirable option

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The Sceptic Isle : The EU is an anti-democratic Union (5th May 2016)

And that factor which makes the EU anti-democratic is the European Commission and its “right of initiative”, the fact that is has the monopoly power to propose new legislation

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: Article 50 - "the only lawful route" (5th May 2016)

Needless to say, all those legacy media organs which do publicise the Select Committee report seem to have ignored the Article 50 issue altogether, even though this was the primary reason for the report

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ME Synon Blog : EU Referendum: "the fear of God"  (5th May 2016)

" . . . The point is to demonstrate to Rome what it has coming its way if they do not comply with our demands for greater austerity . . . " 

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Independent Britain : Pig Ignorant And Grossly Offensive To Boot (5th May 2016)

. . . the assertion that “the bulk of EU law has the sole purpose of making the single market work better” is monstrously, maddeningly false

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The Sceptic Isle : The EU Liaison Committee failed to turn the screw on David Cameron (4th May 2016)

The Prime Minister’s appearance in front of the liaison committee was disappointing to say the least

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The Sceptic Isle : On food standards, Codex Alimentarius is the top table (4th May 2016)

Increasingly, member states and trading blocs – such as the EU – are adopting Codex standards as the basis for their own regulations, and are gradually undergoing a process where existing regulations are being changed so that they match Codex standards.

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The Sceptic Isle : Britain needs to leave the EU and embrace the modern era of globalisation (4th May 2016)

With a global regulatory regime emerging to harmonise standards, facilitate trade and thereby increase and spread prosperity, the Single Market begins to look parochial and protectionist

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: no such thing as free trade (4th May 2016)

The defining characteristic of an FTA, therefore, is an agreement to eliminate tariffs and (most) quotas between parties. Without those crucial elements, an area defined by a trade agreement does not qualify as a free trade area

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Independent Britain : The EU Straitjacket (4th May 2016)

Parliament is supposed to hold the executive to account, not meekly accept the Prime Minister’s misrepresentations and dissembling

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Pete North Politics Blog : The big debate (4th May 2016)

For the time being, the question on nearly everyone's lips is "what's in it for me?" - and if that's the question they want me to answer - and "democracy" isn't enough of an incentive then the whole exercise is entirely pointless

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The Brexit Door : Broadening Our Horizons (4th May 2016)

Leaving the EU is not about ending our relationship with the EU, it is about reorienting our relationship in a way that is more amenable to both parties

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The LEAVEalliance: Resetting the global trading system (3rd May 2016)

. . . an independent Britain could have a remarkable effect. By forging ad hoc alliances, it could balance the US and EU and put the global interest back on the agenda. Breaking away from self-centred and restrictive regional trade agreements, it could instead give priority to multilateral trade facilitation. Far from being weaker, its skilful exercise of leverage could make it far stronger. Its intervention could have a galvanising effect on world trade.

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Independent Britain : Broadening Our Horizons (3rd May 2016)

The pragmatic acceptance of an EFTA EEA position immediately post-exit eliminates the economic uncertainties that both parties would wish to avoid should the British public cast a vote to leave the EU

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: the TTIP leaks (3rd May 2016)

In essence, this is the last of the great dinosaurs – and the only sure way to prevent the UK being saddled with it is to vote leave in the June referendum.

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Red Cliffs of Dawlish : A Positive Vision In A Wider World (2nd May 2016)

The Economy is the biggest "Big Idea" and will ensure that as long as it's on the side of the Remain they'll win the Referendum. This was all so clearly put into writing on the internet a couple of years ago in FLEXCIT: The Market Solution

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EUReferendum.com (Mary-Ellen Synon) : EU Referendum: "the fear of God" (2nd May 2016)

If Britain votes to leave, the first job of European Commission "high priests" in negotiations will not be to ensure commercial benefit for the remaining member states by keeping trade with the UK easy

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The Brexit Door : Brexit – A tale of Fantasy…. (2nd May 2016)

But before the two leaders could find the shortest straw, the people looked from Rebel to Ruler and from Ruler to Rebel, and realised that they could no longer tell the difference

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: why is Vote Leave trying to lose? (2nd May 2016)

With potentially $2.6 trillion at stake from improved global trading, the "world" is where we need to be - and it is where the world needs us to be. To ignore this, and instead to promote the lie, makes you wonder whether Vote Leave is trying to lose the referendum.

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Red Cliffs of Dawlish : Article 50: "Kept In The Dark" not "A Leap In The Dark" (1st May 2016)

. . . it's so much more rewarding to know "What next?" and there is one way of achieving this: Choosing for oneself "What next?" and not allowing a small subset of warped politicians to choose for us instead and deprive us of this.

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Independent Britain : Rediscovering Our Global Voice (1st May 2016)

Leaving the EU means rediscovering our global voice and driving the standards-setting process from a position of strength, sitting eye-to-eye with our trading partners at the international level

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: the Booker beat (1st May 2016)

We have just seven weeks left to come to our senses on this. Otherwise, as the old rhyme has it, but for the want of that crucial "horseshoe nail", the "kingdom was lost".

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Vote to Leave the EU : John Major - extremism, shared sovereignty and his war on democracy (1st May 2016)

This is a man whose every pro-EU decision during his scandal-ridden and dishonest government resulted in huge cost for British voters, reduced political accountability and oversight and undermined our influence in the world

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Pete North Politics Blog : Children at play (30th April 2016)

If our system of government is not going to govern then it is an expensive luxury we do not need

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: Financial Times in denial (30th April 2016)

The European Union is on its way to becoming a law-taker, the middleman rather than the primary producer, ceding its legislative functions to global bodies. 

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Pete North Politics Blog : Brexit: missing the point on regulation (29th April 2016)

The point about regulation as far as the Brexit debate is concerned is that we want an enhanced say in how they are made and which ones we adopt

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Pete North Politics Blog : The City should keep its nose out (29th April 2016)

The only economic consideration in the whole Brexit debate is the question of how we disentangle ourselves from the EU without doing economic harm. The answer to that is slowly and carefully

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: wilful stupidity (29th April 2016)

. . . there are all manner of trade agreements, bilateral, plurilateral and multilateral, lying outside the WTO framework

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White Wednesday (Roland Smith) : Why vote to Leave? The short version (29th April 2016)

Because in the event of a Remain vote: . . .

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: leavers in denial (28th April 2016)

The fatal weakness of "swerving the whole issue", however, is that if the leave campaign does not commit to a specific plan, they leave a vacuum for the naysayers to fill with any number of possibilities

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: trapped in their own inconsistencies (28th April 2016)

On the one hand, we have a huge regulatory burden from EU law and, on the other hand, this is global regulation and not attributable to the EU. Which is it to be?

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Vote to Leave the EU : Forget the Remain v Leave bunfight, this is why we should Brexit (27th April 2016)

A procession of people in powerful positions and bursting with prestige have been asked by their fellow elite in the UK to speak up in favour of Britain remaining in the EU, and they have duly obliged

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Red Cliffs of Dawlish : Sermonizing on Security (27th April 2016)

I think parading talk of security on the airwaves is a bit like being stuck in a church sermon: You have no actual choice on it but it IS for your own good!

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Pete North Politics Blog : They do not know what Brexit looks like - but they should (27th April 2016)

So actually, an off the shelf agreement based on the EEA is looking the most probable exit means and since it is the least disruptive for both parties and the most achievable, that is most likely what will be asked for and the only thing on offer

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Pete North Politics Blog : Arron Banks: flailing and failing (27th April 2016)

But ultimately the fault lies with Banks. It is simply not good enough to ask for a complete dismantling of the post-war settlement without being able to offer a coherent idea of what the benefits are, and at the very least you should be able to articulate how it can realistically be done without hurting the economy

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Pete North Politics Blog : Brexit is key to a world without barriers (27th April 2016)

The EU and its advocates believe the EU to be the embodiment of liberal and progressive values yet in practice we see a Europe less unified, more fragmented, more augmentative and it is even creating divisions inside the UK

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Independent Britain : The Political Class Is Stronger In (27th April 2016)

The Remain campaign has nothing positive to say about the EU. It still insists upon conflating Europe and the EU, and the EU and the Single Market. These are not people with whom it is possible to debate. They make it impossible to establish common ground

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EUReferendum.com : EU Referendum: an intellectual quagmire (27th April 2016)

We are actually paying good money for this extruded verbal material, to achieve nothing but a further attestation of the capacity of our elected representatives to waste time and money

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Vote to Leave the EU : Referendum campaign: There needs to be a reckoning (26th April 2016)

The writing was on the wall when Vote Leave won the designation to be the official leave campaign. It signalled a descent into inane soundbites, personality focus, idiotic stunts, confused messaging and unnecessary friction with the media

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Pete North Politics Blog : Hillsborough (26th April 2016)

Power without the intervention of the people is there to be abused. And at the risk of sounding self-absorbed, that, ultimately is why we must leave the EU

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The EU question : Ruled by the EU versus more say in EFTA EEA (26th April 2016)

Norway enjoys much more freedom and has much more influence over the Single Market rules.  David Cameron is deliberately misleading the UK public - the truth is "Norway has more say"

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The Boiling Frog : EU Referendum: Flexcit, Obama And Boris (25th April 2016)

Obama is using well rehearsed emotional issues to attempt to isolate the Brexit campaigners as those who are not normal

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