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The New Statesman
The new Brexit economicstwo-thirds wanted powers returned from the EU to the British government, with a
The new Brexit economics
The New Statesman / Posted 4 days ago
two-thirds wanted powers returned from the EU to the British government, with a majority even among the relatively Europhile young. This suggests a much greater opposition to EU centralisation than shown by the 52 per cent vote for Brexit.... Read more
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Scotsman
Dani Garavelli: Trump’s hateful speech silences laughterwords are chilling because, here in the UK, we have seen how this goes. Many Re
Dani Garavelli: Trump’s hateful speech silences laughter
Scotsman / Posted 6 days ago
words are chilling because, here in the UK, we have seen how this goes. Many Remainers – trapped in their own Europhile bubbles – were blind to the scale of resentment in English cities and the capacity of Leave campaigners to exploit... Read more
6d
The New Statesman
The English Revolttwo-thirds wanted powers returned from the EU to the British government, with a
The English Revolt
The New Statesman / Posted 6 days ago
two-thirds wanted powers returned from the EU to the British government, with a majority even among the relatively Europhile young. This suggests a much greater opposition to EU centralisation than shown by the 52 per cent vote for Brexit.... Read more
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express
Gloomy Ken Clarke claims UK will suffer Brexit recession – DESPITE IMF backtrackingset backs in the months to come with Prime Minister Theresa May set to negotiat
Gloomy Ken Clarke claims UK will suffer Brexit recession – DESPITE IMF backtracking
express / Posted 9 days ago
set backs in the months to come with Prime Minister Theresa May set to negotiate Britain's exit deal with the EU. The Europhile said: "Certainly in the short term we face a lot of economic difficulties. "The vote has plainly done a great deal... Read more
9d
express
'Keep us in Europe' Alex Salmond issues desperate plea as Scotland's EU dream implodesand support from EU leaders for Scotland’s position has been “very encouraging”
'Keep us in Europe' Alex Salmond issues desperate plea as Scotland's EU dream implodes
express / Posted 9 days ago
and support from EU leaders for Scotland’s position has been “very encouraging”. Despite the uncertainty for Scotland, the Europhile said “lots of things are possible” for his country. Mrs May has already slapped down SNP First Minister Nicola... Read more
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10d
Namibia Economist
Europe is now a bigger concern for Britain than immigrationdata from the Electoral Commission reveals that, in the first six months of thi
Europe is now a bigger concern for Britain than immigration
Namibia Economist / Posted 10 days ago
data from the Electoral Commission reveals that, in the first six months of this year, those registering to vote were more likely to hail from Eurosceptic areas than Europhile ones. Small wonder the Brexiters won by a margin of more than 1m v... Read more
15d
Breitbart
Britain’s New Prime Minister Drives A Stake Through The Heart Of The Green Vampiregoodly part of the economy. First, the job was given to Chris Huhne, an automa
Britain’s New Prime Minister Drives A Stake Through The Heart Of The Green Vampire
Breitbart / Posted 15 days ago
goodly part of the economy. First, the job was given to Chris Huhne, an automaton-like, Westminster-educated, millionaire Europhile ex-City boy with at least five houses to his name and a zealous urge to carpet the British countryside with wind... Read more
16d
The Local
Boris Johnson: why Britain’s new foreign minister is cordially loathed - Globally Localcampaigned from the back benches. She has a well-earned reputation as a shrewd,
Boris Johnson: why Britain’s new foreign minister is cordially loathed - Globally Local
The Local / Posted 16 days ago
campaigned from the back benches. She has a well-earned reputation as a shrewd, thoughtful operator. While no ideological Europhile, she’s also not a convinced Brexiteer. She’s a sceptic, not a phobe. At the same time, she’s made Philip Hammond... Read more
16d
Op-Ed News
Grexit (1): A year after the 13 July EuroSummit, the nightmare goes onwith Brussels, and most likely the exit from the common currency ('Grexit'). Gr
Grexit (1): A year after the 13 July EuroSummit, the nightmare goes on
Op-Ed News / Posted 16 days ago
with Brussels, and most likely the exit from the common currency ('Grexit'). Grexit was a nightmarish perspective for the Europhile middle class, but quite desirable for the increasingly Eurosceptic working class. A day later, the Greek PM... Read more
16d
Scotsman
Alyn Smith will stand for SNP deputy leaderScotland and the wider world that we are serious about this.” Mr Smith believe
Alyn Smith will stand for SNP deputy leader
Scotsman / Posted 16 days ago
Scotland and the wider world that we are serious about this.” Mr Smith believes his background as an MEP and committed Europhile makes him a good candidate to be Depute Leader. He said: There is a role and a need to have an advocate for... Read more
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17d
The Star
EU looks to May to help fix hole in calendarexpansion of their EU embassies in Brussels. Since Britain voted, Belgian Prim
EU looks to May to help fix hole in calendar
The Star / Posted 17 days ago
expansion of their EU embassies in Brussels. Since Britain voted, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel has called on europhile states to speed up integration, though big powers France and Germany have been more cautious, fearing that might... Read more
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17d
Channel NewsAsia
EU looks to May to help fix hole in calendarexpansion of their EU embassies in Brussels. Since Britain voted, Belgian Prim
EU looks to May to help fix hole in calendar
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 17 days ago
expansion of their EU embassies in Brussels. Since Britain voted, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel has called on europhile states to speed up integration, though big powers France and Germany have been more cautious, fearing that might... Read more
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Swissinfo
EU looks to May to help fix hole in calendarexpansion of their EU embassies in Brussels. Since Britain voted, Belgian Prim
EU looks to May to help fix hole in calendar
Swissinfo / Posted 17 days ago
expansion of their EU embassies in Brussels. Since Britain voted, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel has called on europhile states to speed up integration, though big powers France and Germany have been more cautious, fearing that might... Read more
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18d
EuroNews
What is Theresa May’s view on Brexit?others suggesting that the UK could easily be successful outside of the Bloc, s
What is Theresa May’s view on Brexit?
EuroNews / Posted 18 days ago
others suggesting that the UK could easily be successful outside of the Bloc, suggest May is far from being a committed Europhile. But she did maintain that “security, trade and the economy” are the “big, future challenges” that would face the... Read more
20d
Daily Telegraph
Europhiles unite! If the Tories and Labour won't fight for you, a new party may be your only hopeMore than 14 million Britons voted for the country to Remain in the EU, so a pa
Europhiles unite! If the Tories and Labour won't fight for you, a new party may be your only hope
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
More than 14 million Britons voted for the country to Remain in the EU, so a passionately Europhile party could appeal to a wide audience. But Liberal Democrats will struggle to have much weight in the Commons over the next few years with only eight... Read more
20d
Guardian Unlimited
Who are the Conservative party members?vastly more experienced Ken Clarke, yet he won handily with the membership. One
Who are the Conservative party members?
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 20 days ago
vastly more experienced Ken Clarke, yet he won handily with the membership. One important factor then was Europe – Clarke’s Europhile views were too far out of line with the grassroots. Europe, of course, is a dominant issue once again, and Theresa... Read more
21d
This is West Country
Progress lost following Brexit, says Ilminster residentAS A centre-left Europhile Conservative I was devastated last Friday as I felt
Progress lost following Brexit, says Ilminster resident
This is West Country / Posted 21 days ago
AS A centre-left Europhile Conservative I was devastated last Friday as I felt that all the progress the UK had contributed over the last four decades to democratise and modernise the European continent had been betrayed by people who are hostile and... Read more
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express
Brussels takes revenge to SILENCE Eurosceptics: Plot to starve anti-EU parties of fundingto squeeze smaller protest parties out of the European Parliament by ensuring t
Brussels takes revenge to SILENCE Eurosceptics: Plot to starve anti-EU parties of funding
express / Posted 24 days ago
to squeeze smaller protest parties out of the European Parliament by ensuring they cannot access the same resources as Europhiles. They have penned a report proposing a radical change to how funding is allocated which will favour large pro-EU... Read more
26d
Breitbart
Watch: Protesting Remainians Abuse Grandmother Who Voted For BrexitFootage from Saturday’s ‘anti-Brexit’ protest shows the aggression of Europhile
Watch: Protesting Remainians Abuse Grandmother Who Voted For Brexit
Breitbart / Posted 26 days ago
Footage from Saturday’s ‘anti-Brexit’ protest shows the aggression of Europhile marchers and widespread ignorance of the institution they profess to love. Thousands of people marched in London to protest the result of Britain’s referendum on the... Read more
26d
The New Statesman
David Cameron's fatal mistake? Two years ago, he sacked Michael Goveor appeased outright Euroscepticism for my whole adult life. Thanks to its inep
David Cameron's fatal mistake? Two years ago, he sacked Michael Gove
The New Statesman / Posted 26 days ago
or appeased outright Euroscepticism for my whole adult life. Thanks to its inept leader, Labour, far more instinctively Europhile, became a bit-part player in a defining debate. Again, the wrong party led an argument of central, national... Read more
26d
Daily Star
Tony Blair hints 2nd Brexit vote COULD now happen despite Brits giving Brussels the bootto what they voted last time. “We don’t know what we’re getting into.” Ex-Prim
Tony Blair hints 2nd Brexit vote COULD now happen despite Brits giving Brussels the boot
Daily Star / Posted 26 days ago
to what they voted last time. “We don’t know what we’re getting into.” Ex-Prime Minister Tony Blair Speaking on Sky News, Europhile Blair said: "The odd thing about the referendum was we knew what we were getting out of – we don’t know what we’re... Read more
26d
Times of Malta
Will Brexit happen?favour of staying within the EU unless a strong Labour leadership would engage
Will Brexit happen?
Times of Malta / Posted 26 days ago
favour of staying within the EU unless a strong Labour leadership would engage with its grassroots, traditionally far more Europhile than the Conservatives, and save the day for the Remain campaign. Indeed, the real game-changer had to be Labour... Read more
27d
express
'The will of the people can change' Blair thinks UK will want to stay IN EU when deal made EUROPHILE Tony Blair thinks the British people will want to STAY IN the Europ
'The will of the people can change' Blair thinks UK will want to stay IN EU when deal made
express / Posted 27 days ago
EUROPHILE Tony Blair thinks the British people will want to STAY IN the European Union (EU) by the time Brexit negotiations are over as he called for a delay... Read more
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28d
express
Britain's decision to leave EU is in danger of being WATERED DOWN by 'Europhile fanatics' BRITAIN’S momentous decision to break away from the European Union could be W
Britain's decision to leave EU is in danger of being WATERED DOWN by 'Europhile fanatics'
express / Posted 28 days ago
BRITAIN’S momentous decision to break away from the European Union could be WATERED DOWN by “pro-EU fanatics” who will not fight for the future the UK, Leave... Read more
28d
express
Leave campaign forced to deny ‘HYPNOTISING’ voters into backing Brexitthe psychology of the mind”Related articles ‘I couldn't care less’: Jean-Claud
Leave campaign forced to deny ‘HYPNOTISING’ voters into backing Brexit
express / Posted 28 days ago
the psychology of the mind”Related articles ‘I couldn't care less’: Jean-Claude Juncker says he will not quit EU Europhile Tony Blair offers to help in Brexit negotiations with EU Mr Banks said: “That was the key to winning wavering... Read more
29d
Breitbart
Tony Blair Muscles In On Brexit Negotiations, Says Farage Should Keep Distanceconcludes. Tony Blair’s intervention will likely be greeted with derision by ‘
Tony Blair Muscles In On Brexit Negotiations, Says Farage Should Keep Distance
Breitbart / Posted 29 days ago
concludes. Tony Blair’s intervention will likely be greeted with derision by ‘Leave’ campaigners. He was one of the most Europhile Prime Ministers in British history, and even tried and failed to become EU president in 2009. While he was Prime... Read more
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Breitbart
Brexit: Why I’m Still Backing Gove for the Iron Thronedetail a man like Gove understands because he doesn’t buy into the Establishmen
Brexit: Why I’m Still Backing Gove for the Iron Throne
Breitbart / Posted 29 days ago
detail a man like Gove understands because he doesn’t buy into the Establishment consensus which is essentially that of the Europhile elite. Watch, over the next few days, as that Establishment elite and its various mouthpieces such as the BBC, try... Read more
29d
express
Sturgeon refuses to rule out tax hikes to deal with financial fallout of BrexitCzech Republic and Hungary insist it was wrong for the Scottish Government to t
Sturgeon refuses to rule out tax hikes to deal with financial fallout of Brexit
express / Posted 29 days ago
Czech Republic and Hungary insist it was wrong for the Scottish Government to try to negotiate directly. Related articles Europhile Tony Blair offers to help in Brexit negotiations with EU EU says Britain CAN’T have trade talks despite Merkel... Read more
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29d
express
EU on the brink? Slovakian prime minister blasts EU leaders for 'small club' meetingthe lead members of the Brussels bloc following Britain’s historic vote to leav
EU on the brink? Slovakian prime minister blasts EU leaders for 'small club' meeting
express / Posted 29 days ago
the lead members of the Brussels bloc following Britain’s historic vote to leave the European Union.Related articles Europhile Tony Blair offers to help in Brexit negotiations with EU EU says Britain CAN’T have trade talks despite Merkel... Read more
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29d
express
Europhile Tony Blair launches thinly-veiled plea to be Britain’s Brexit negotiator TONY Blair has issued a thinly-veiled plea to become Britain’s mediator in th
Europhile Tony Blair launches thinly-veiled plea to be Britain’s Brexit negotiator
express / Posted 29 days ago
TONY Blair has issued a thinly-veiled plea to become Britain’s mediator in the upcoming EU negotiations. Tony Blair has hinted he would like to help Britain... Read more
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29d
Scotsman
Boris Johnson drops out of leadership race after Gove ‘betrayal’Mr Johnson lacked the stomach to negotiate Britain’s exit from the EU. But his
Boris Johnson drops out of leadership race after Gove ‘betrayal’
Scotsman / Posted 29 days ago
Mr Johnson lacked the stomach to negotiate Britain’s exit from the EU. But his decision to stand down was condemned by the Europhile Tory grandee Lord Heseltine. “There will be a profound sense of dismay and frankly contempt,” Lord Heselinte told... Read more
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The New Statesman
The best defence against Alzheimer’shave been crucial to the success of the No campaign. When the EU referendum ar
The best defence against Alzheimer’s
The New Statesman / Posted 30 days ago
have been crucial to the success of the No campaign. When the EU referendum arrived, Sillars, the architect of the SNP’s Europhile agenda, criticised the “love affair” that he believed his party was indulging in and joined the campaign for... Read more
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The New Statesman
She knew every trick to get a home visit – but this time I had come preparedhave been crucial to the success of the No campaign. When the EU referendum ar
She knew every trick to get a home visit – but this time I had come prepared
The New Statesman / Posted 30 days ago
have been crucial to the success of the No campaign. When the EU referendum arrived, Sillars, the architect of the SNP’s Europhile agenda, criticised the “love affair” that he believed his party was indulging in and joined the campaign for... Read more
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The New Statesman
Listening to recordings from the Antarctic, I felt I could hear the earth groanhave been crucial to the success of the No campaign. When the EU referendum ar
Listening to recordings from the Antarctic, I felt I could hear the earth groan
The New Statesman / Posted 30 days ago
have been crucial to the success of the No campaign. When the EU referendum arrived, Sillars, the architect of the SNP’s Europhile agenda, criticised the “love affair” that he believed his party was indulging in and joined the campaign for... Read more
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30d
New York Magazine
How Brexit Threw the Labour Party Into Crisis — and What’s Nextlosing power to Margaret Thatcher’s Conservatives in 1979, this became open str
How Brexit Threw the Labour Party Into Crisis — and What’s Next
New York Magazine / Posted 30 days ago
losing power to Margaret Thatcher’s Conservatives in 1979, this became open strife, until the party split in 1981, with Europhile centrists breaking off to form the Social Democratic Party. The result? A brutal electoral defeat for both new and... Read more
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The New Statesman
Can Nicola Sturgeon keep Scotland in the EU?have been crucial to the success of the No campaign. When the EU referendum ar
Can Nicola Sturgeon keep Scotland in the EU?
The New Statesman / Posted 30 days ago
have been crucial to the success of the No campaign. When the EU referendum arrived, Sillars, the architect of the SNP’s Europhile agenda, criticised the “love affair” that he believed his party was indulging in and joined the campaign for... Read more
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