Daniel Hannan, member of the European Parliament and longtime friend of National Review, pronounces the word “democracy” unlike any American politician — and it is not his English accent. 323 more words
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Leave campaigners now say that leaving the EU must mean leaving the Single Market but that is not what they used to say.
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There are many reasons for objecting to the EU and for wanting to leave it. Surely one of the most honorable and decent criticisms is that the supposed ‘pooled sovereignty’ between member nations has in fact resulted in, at best, a dilution of representative democracy: the idea that our laws, taxes and general governance should be decided only by those the people have the power to choose in free and fair elections. 1,500 more words
Pro-Brexit Tory MEP Daniel Hannan tells BBC Newsnight presenter Evan Davis that a vote to leave the EU does not necessarily end free movement of labour.
This blog is for all those who want to be able to explain why you wanted Britain to leave the EU to ‘take back control’ of our own laws. 1,915 more words