The EU has finally had enough of UKIP and they’re using the easiest method available to hit back: cutting off UKIP’s funding sooner rather than later.
Theresa May arrived in Brussels today for a one-day summit to discuss immigration, among other trade issues.
Vote Leave campaigners aren’t quite telling the truth about the supposed lack of checks on EU doctors’ English skills.
Prominent Brexiter Boris Johnson has criticised the EU as working for the ‘Davos elite’. Is this the same Boris Johnson that attended Davos, errrr, six years in a row from 2009-2014?
Today started off with prominent Brexiters Boris Johnson and Michael Gove pledging that a vote to leave the EU would result in the VAT on energy bills being scrapped — only to be contradicted by one of their own colleagues.
A Facebook user writes: And how many people want to be left alone in a kebab shop with Boris Johnson…
At first, no one quite knew what to make of the Daily Mail splash today. But then someone had the genius idea of putting forward their idea of ‘who speaks for England‘. And then it just went from there.
A petition has been launched to stop the European Union from criminalising volunteers or even holidaymakers who rescue drowning refugees off the coast of Greece.
Lib Dem Voice co-editor Stephen Tall blogs on why “Nick Clegg’s gamble of laying down the gauntlet to Nigel Farage” has not failed — despite yet another whupping for at the hands of the UKIP leader: “There’s no denying that Nigel Farage and Ukip have emerged well from these debates, especially tonight’s.” “But [the Ukip] will […]