Is the EU now just a satire on itself?
The EU’s latest mad ban is revealing, suggesting it doesn’t even trust ordinary people to pour their own olive oil.
|Thursday 16 May 2013|
The non-parochial case against the European Union
It isn’t only Little Englanders who should rage against the undemocratic EU – so should those who care about the continent and its peoples.
|Wednesday 1 May 2013|
Sacked for having the wrong beliefs
The dismissal of a bus driver who supports the BNP has exposed how fragile freedom of association is today.
|Wednesday 27 March 2013|
Treating Cyprus as the Eurozone’s lab rat
The Euro elites have bullied Cyprus into becoming an economic experiment, and to hell with what Cypriots want.
|Wednesday 13 March 2013|
How Eurocrats created their own fan club
In an extract from his new book, Christopher Snowdon exposes the EU leaders who pay NGOs to support them.
|Wednesday 27 February 2013|
The secret of Merkel’s success
The German chancellor owes her ascendancy to the bland, apolitical environment in which her ‘talents’ have flourished.
|Thursday 22 November 2012|
How the Eurozone is holding Europe back
Before we can kickstart growth and inject democracy into modern Europe, one big thing has to happen: the abolition of the Eurozone.
|Monday 29 October 2012|
The Eurocrats stage a coup d'etat
Europe’s financial crisis is being used to justify the denial of democracy and a permanent state of emergency.
|Wednesday 22 August 2012|
‘Eurocrats live in an estranged bubble’
Bruno Waterfield answers your questions on EU mandarins, SYRIZA’s disgrace, Germany-bashing and more.
|Monday 20 August 2012|
It isn’t only Russia that punishes iconoclasm
Western observers have been thrilled by Pussy Riot’s sacrilegious antics in Moscow. So why aren’t they supportive of sacrilege here at home?
|Thursday 16 August 2012|
Let’s get real about
the Eurozone crisis
After five years of Euro chaos, our leaders are still carrying out firefighting exercises rather than coming up with long-term solutions.
|Thursday 21 June 2012|
How both right and left have infantilised Greece
The Greek election wasn’t a clash of visions but a competition between alternative forms of responsibility avoidance.
|Friday 8 June 2012|
Sit back and enjoy the football
Ignore the hype and nonsense about Ukrainian fascists and Polish crazies – there’s a footie tournament on.
|Wednesday 6 June 2012|
EU: neither the destroyer nor saviour of Europe
As the Euro crisis intensifies, it’s becoming clear that both Europhiles and Eurosceptics are driven by the same responsibility-shirking instinct.
|Monday 28 May 2012|
Beware the rise of
The EU elites’ fear of an imminent Fourth Reich reveals a great deal about their loathing of the European mob.
|Wednesday 16 May 2012|
Sorry, but SYRIZA won’t save Europe
The radical Greek leftists, along with Hollande in France, pose as anti-austerity yet promote ideas which will condemn Europe to long-term penury.
|Wednesday 9 May 2012|
Posturing against austerity:
an infantile disorder
The left-wing groups making electoral gains in Europe are driven by a desire to avoid reality rather than a determination to create a new one.
|Wednesday 2 May 2012|
A battle to save France from her non-existent foes
Far from representing a return of left and right, the French presidential campaign confirms the ascendancy of the politics of fear.
|Wednesday 25 April 2012|
A nation of cake-
Those keen to brand Sweden racist on the basis of a tasteless gateau need to get some perspective.
|Thursday 19 April 2012|
It isn’t only Breivik
who’s on trial in Oslo
The killer seems to have acted alone. So why the clamour to blame his actions on everything from divorce to football hooliganism to Sweden?