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EU Asylum policy is wrong

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Schengen is a failed project

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China’s market economy status to remove millions of EU jobs

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TTIP damages to UK economy

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Brexit positive impact on UK Fishery

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Gay Pride and the Middle East: Is Turkey ready for Europe?

28th April 2016 Tel Aviv Pride, Israel’s (and indeed, the Middle East’s) only major LGBT parade, will take place this year on June 3rd. This will be part of the city’s 10th ‘Pride Week’ (in 18 years) celebration from the … Continue reading 

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European ‘Far Right’ or New Conservatives?

27th April 2016 The media like to present the ‘European far right’ as being much more than they are. Aren’t they all racists, sexists, homophobes? Don’t they hate all things European? Here’s what ‘far right’ looks like: Women are second-rate … Continue reading 

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Hillary Clinton: Bad for Britain

27th April 2016 Hillary Clinton became yet another foreign politician wading into the EU referendum debate. After Barack Obama’s intervention (which it seems did more harm than good for the Remain campaign), Hillary weighed in herself; arguing that the United … Continue reading 

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