A YouGov-Cambridge poll on attitudes towards the EU found that 60 per cent of people want a referendum on EU membership, such as that campaigned for by British National Party MEP Nick Griffin.
The United Kingdom’s gross contribution to the EU has risen to a shocking £18.5 billion a year, or £51 million a day, government statistics have revealed. That’s a rise of 5.7 percent from 2009 to 2010. The figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) also show that receipts from the EU – the money we get back – fell to £8.1 billion, causing Britain’s net contribution to increase from £6.7 billion to £10.3 billion, or £28 million a day in 2010.
Seven out of ten people in Britain support the British National Party’s campaign to hold a referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union, the latest public opinion poll on the issue has found. The result shows yet again that the majority of the British public are behind key British National Party policy, following recent similar endorsements of ending immigration and the restoration of capital punishment.
Please recognise that EU interference in the freedom of any British citizen is an attack on us all.
The number of crimes committed by European Union immigrants in Britain per annum has almost trebled since 2007 – to over 27,000 offences a year – and the level is predicted to rise again to more than 33,000 for 2011.
By Nick Griffin – What lies behind the European Union's relentless assault on the freedoms and identities of Britain and indeed all the nations of Europe? This is one of the most important real political questions of our time.
The European Union is bringing continued pressure to bear on Denmark for deploying extra customs agents on its borders with Germany and Sweden.
By Maid of Kent – When the news of the ConLib coalition government’s decision to award the £3 billion contract for the new Thameslink trains to Siemens (a German company) was announced by Transport Minister Theresa Villiers, the British people had the gut feeling that they had once again been betrayed by a British government.
Denmark’s decision to increase the number of customs officers on its borders today has been met with immediate condemnation from ‘liberal’ opposition.
By James North – Today on Radio Red, White and Blue, Jennifer Matthys reports from the Cumbrian office with a special Central Office Report. On this first of a series of broadcasts, Jennifer interviews Clive Jefferson.