Category Archives: Opinion

Janice vs the EU establishment: Macron, Syria and the Russians

This week in the Strasbourg plenary we discussed Syria, Russia and Jupiter, the supreme god of the sky, thunder and lightning, also known as President Macron, graced us with his pleasure. The Syria and Russia debates were back to back … Continue reading

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Story of a Brexiteer in Washington: We are trying to Make Europe Great Again!

When I visit the US, I always feel I am amongst friends, even with some Democrats, but my last trip at the end of 2017 was rather challenging in some respects and heartening in others. They were so wedded to … Continue reading

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Croatia’s 4.28m people will have open access to the UK during transition and their PM insults 17.4m people

This news was sneaked out by immigration minister, Caroline Noakes, in a Written Ministerial Statement to Parliament on Monday. Two weeks ago, the Brexit Secretary, David Davis, visited Croatia and held a meeting with Prime Minster Andrej Plenkovic. He asked … Continue reading

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UK mainstream media accused of misreporting Russian presidential election

The UK and its mainstream media are misrepresenting the election process in Russia, claiming that the Sunday presidential election was rigged, in spite of there being evidence to the contrary, Janice Atkinson, the vice-president of the European Parliament said. Addressing … Continue reading

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European impressed number of young voters in Russian presidential election

The Russian presidential election had an excellent turnout, especially among young people, with many voting for the first time on March 18, Janice Atkinson, the vice president of the Europe of Nations and Freedom group in the European Parliament, said … Continue reading

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Brexit resolution should not be voted on, just discussed.

‘We voted to leave this sclerotic union!’ British MEP’s BRILLIANT takedown of Verhofstadt AN Independent MEP accused EU chief Guy Verhofstadt of being a “socialist” and a “communist” in a rant over the EU’s decision to discuss the bloc’s progress … Continue reading

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MP Fabricant is a bit of a fantasist over the populists that will bring down the EU

By Janice Atkinson independent MEP and vice-president of the Europe of Nations Michael Fabricant said in yesterday’s Brexit Bulletin that he would like to see other nations leaving the EU but there is a flaw in his plan. As this … Continue reading

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Independent MEP Janice Atkinson Urges Boris Johnson To Act Now To Prevent Human Catastrophe In South Africa As ANC Prepares Constitutional Change To Seize Land And Property From White Property Owners

Independent MEP Janice Atkinson Urges Boris Johnson To Act Now To Prevent Human Catastrophe In South Africa As ANC Prepares Constitutional Change To Seize Land And Property From White Property Owners Warns SA Could Become New Zimbabwe Or Rwanda Under … Continue reading

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Can the EU survive the populist takeover

The EU elite is facing more upsetting elections as countries continue to vote for populist parties. The current make-up of the political groupings in the EU Parliament does not reflect what is happening in the nation states’ elections. The socialists … Continue reading

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How we can render returning jihadis stateless – Government opinion by QC

2. EVOLUTION OF THE POWER International treaties 2.1. Two principal international Conventions seek to avoid incidents of statelessness. They are: (a) The 1961 UN Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness [the 1961 Convention]; and (b) The Council of Europe’s 1997 … Continue reading

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