EU Superstate by 2025

EU Superstate by 2025

Michele Tantussi/Getty Images by Liam Deacon of Brietbart London 7 Dec 2017 The European Union should transform into a federal “United States of Europe” by 2025 says Martin Schulz, the former President of the European Parliament and contender for German Chancellor. “I want there to be a constitutional treaty to create a federal Europe,” Mr. Schulz said Thursday during a speech at a Social Democratic Party of Germany (SDP) convention in Berlin. He told members…

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Why hasn’t Southern Ireland called for a N. Ireland reunification Referendum

Why hasn’t Southern Ireland called for a N. Ireland reunification Referendum

Have Southern Irish politicians bottled it over Northern Ireland? English politician explains why Southern Irish politicians won’t call a N. Ireland reunification referendum, which is allowed under the ‘Good Friday Agreement’

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Storm Desmond: 125 English homes still empty two years on

Storm Desmond: 125 English homes still empty two years on

English Taxes not spent where its needed – £13 Billion per year in Foreign aid, £13 Billion net per year to EU, £50 Billion Brexit bribe, and over £50Billion per year given to Scotland, Wales and N. Ireland.  Yet 2 years after Storm Desmond 125 English homes still empty.   Article from The BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cumbria-42236304 Image copyright PA Image caption More than 340ml of rain fell in just 24 hours leaving homes cut off Dozens…

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Brexit and Ireland’s Blackmail -An EBN interview with Robin Tilbrook 01.12.17

Brexit and Ireland’s Blackmail -An EBN interview with Robin Tilbrook 01.12.17

On 1st December the EBN interviewed Robin Tilbrook, the Chairman of the English Democrats, on his views over the Brexit negotiations/EU Blackmail. Here he also highlights the problems of N.Ireland and the Conservative and Unionist Party in keeping an open border with Ireland whilst also leaving the EU.

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IRELAND THREATENS BREXIT DEAL

IRELAND THREATENS BREXIT DEAL

IRELAND THREATENS BREXIT DEAL Two weeks ago the Foreign Minister of the Irish Republic made the entirely credible threat that, if the Irish Government didn’t get what they wanted in keeping an open border with Northern Ireland, then they would veto any proposed EU trade agreement with the United Kingdom. The reason that such a threat is entirely credible is that for any EU trade agreement to be ratified it has to go through the…

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