The European Union executive has thrown the last pretence of democracy out of the window by unilaterally declaring that it can set up a “fast track” procedure to change the Lisbon Treaty “without negations.”
The European Court of Human Rights has opened the door for thousands of bogus “asylum seekers” to invade Britain and other European nations after abolishing the right of European Union member states to deport illegals back to Greece.
A Danish author and historian is set to go on trial for his comments about Muslim sexual abuse and honour killings, in yet another country where the truth is no defence.
Lars Hedegaard, the president of The Danish Free Press Society, will appear in court in Denmark on 24 January on charges of “racism” for speaking about the issue of familial rape in Islamic cultures.
His supposed crime is stating that part of the so-called Muslim honour code includes the act of fathers raping their daughters as a punishment.
The European Commission (EC) has admitted that regulation and red tape created artificially by the European Union costs businesses in excess of £110 billion, or €130 billion, every year.
A leaked European Commission document has revealed that in terms of the secret EU/India Free Trade Agreement, Britain is to take 20,000 Indian IT workers every year, even though there is a 17 percent unemployment rate amongst British IT graduates.
The devastating impact of mass immigration upon the British educational system, which has cost in excess of £16 billion, has been detailed in a new report by the MigrationWatch UK think tank.
The Communist Cuba-supporting crackpots who run the GMB union have blamed the Tories for an expected 150,000 public sector job loss cull, while ignoring the fact their own party, Labour, is equally, if not more, to blame.
The latest YouGov survey on Britain’s continued membership of the European Union has producing a ringing endorsement for the British National Party’s policy of complete withdrawal from that body.
It is well known that America is currently being crushed by a tidal wave of Mexican “immigrants” but less well known is the fact that Mexicans, Cubans and Latin and South Americans are also pouring into Europe, courtesy of the European Union.
Britain’s share of the €440 billion EU European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) euro rescue fund will be of the order of £43 billion, it has emerged.