For Europe, Against the EU
Bruno Waterfield reports from Brussels on how the EU’s determination to ‘win’ the Irish vote has damaged its standing.
Ireland’s scrapping of the equal airtime requirement ahead of the second Lisbon Treaty referendum diminishes debate.
Officials are using financial threats to get the right result in the second Irish referendum on the Lisbon Treaty.
A majority of Europeans refused to take part in the EU elections not because they don’t understand the EU, but because they do.
The support for Sweden’s Pirate Party was partly a protest vote against the mainstream, and partly a cry for liberty.
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Unable to inspire voters, the isolated, illiberal oligarchs of the EU are using the threat of fantasy fascism to try to force us to be pro-EU.
The British head of Libertas tells spiked about their campaign to fix Europe’s ‘democratic deficit’.
Declan Ganley, hated by the Irish elite for opposing the Lisbon Treaty, makes some good points about democracy.
The author of a new EU Phrasebook, launched in Brussels today, analyses European leaders’ utter inability to understand the word ‘No’.
A leaked briefing reveals why officials think they lost the Irish referendum: because there’s ‘too much’ press freedom.