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A short legal guide to leaving the EU

A version of this article can be found on ConservativeHome here While in the UK a dwindling band of those unreconciled to the inevitability of Brexit marched on Parliament and were promptly lost amongst tourist crowds, in Brussels there is … Continue reading

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An early 2016 EU referendum would reduce the chances of EU reform

Instilling fear, uncertainty and doubt is one of the most powerful marketing ploys used to persuade customers to stick with the known product. Some business leaders exhibit all these reactions when confronted with the probability of an EU referendum. The … Continue reading

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What has the Home Office got to hide on EU Crime and Policing reform?

When the UK signed the Lisbon treaty it signed up to the juristiction of the European Court of Justice over EU Crime and Policing, subject to a block opt-out. The problem being once activated (as it was) the UK could … Continue reading

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