For Europe, Against the EU
The people of Europe should have the ultimate say over any EU Treaty. Yet some of those calling for a referendum on the matter are driven by an anti-democratic impulse.
EU elites are using the cover of recent terror attacks to take away our freedoms.
On both sides of the Atlantic, the political class has become convinced that the people do not know what is best for them.
The French and the Dutch have voted No to the EU Constitution - now the British should be given the chance to do the same, to kick-start a debate on the European supra-state.
The EU is governance without government
Must-reads from the past week
The French people's rejection of the EU Constitution represents a positive political event.
Euro-elites can't decide whether enlargement is a new dawn, or if it's already exhausted.
The EU constitution expresses the will of a phantom European public.
It's boring, illegitimate, technocratic, divisive and bland. Nobody's for it, nobody's against it, it's a retreat from politics and a retreat from economics. And it's a tricky one.