Angela Merkel and I do not agree on much. I think that the austerity programmes throughout Europe a quite harmful for the European project and the member states themselves. But I do admire her on one specific point: Her love for Europe and her determination to save the Euro and maybe also large parts of… » read more
If so many people in Britain (80% was the usual figure quoted) wanted a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, how come only 43% bothered voting?
If the anti-EU cause is so overwhelmingly popular, how come only around half of those voted for an anti-EU party? (And that’s only if you include the Tories as anti-EU.)
Let’s number-crunch: […]
Claims for the number of laws with an EU origin range from just 9% up to 84%. So what’s the truth?
Alternate post title: Westminster MPs: Not as corrupt as UKIP MEPs…