Tag Archive | european constitution
Yesterday, in case any of you missed it (and judging by the almost blanket non-coverage, with a few honourable exceptions, most of you did), was the first day of the new, post-democratic Britain, they day which gave birth to the new European super state. I remember, in my research for a university essay I wrote […]
Among the multitude of reasons why Britain must have a referendum on the European Constitution and, in the process, begin the painful but essential journey towards our eventual exit from the EU as currently constituted (or at the very least its root and branch reform), here are but two…. We are currently involved in the […]
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