David Cameron has been returned as prime minister in the UK general elections – not with a landslide victory but with a seat gain sufficient for the Tories to form a single party government. A central electoral pledge of Cameron was his promise to hold an in-or-out referendum on the UK’s EU membership, which he… » read more
Vive Gran Bretaña la más clara representación del drama shakespiriano. Su ser o no ser ha quedado patente en los resultados de las elecciones generales de la pasada semana, pues, más allá de la sorprendente victoria del conservador David Cameron, las encrucijadas que arrojan las urnas son enormes. Por un lado, los tories se hacen… » read more
This has been on various UKIP election leaflets, so it’s evidently a claim they’re proud of – but does it stand up?
Simple maths tells us that Britain paying £40 million a day to the EU would mean an annual contribution of £14.6 billion. However, the most recent Treasury Report on the UK’s EU budget contributions […]