How many documents are archived for the public on the European Union website? There were on 7 May 2010 a total of 369,224 documents on the website www.europa.eu. Question: Which two documents does the Council and the Commission REFUSE to publish? Answer: The most important documents of all — the two documents that reveal the… » read more
I’ve done a lot of eurosceptic-bashing over the last six years. But they have a vital role to play.
In the UK at least, the issue of MPs expenses is all consuming. At long last, the general public is concerned and complaining about politicians. Heaven forbid – politicians are being called to account for their actions and finances!! The cheek of it! The scandal is dragging many long-standing politicians into the mess from all… » read more
This little debate seems to be running on and on – and it’s a fun one, so let’s keep at it. Some very good discussion is still raging away in the comments to my Jean Monnet and EU superstate posts, and Ken’s come back with a new post at EU Realist, at which I’ve just… » read more
What a week! ‘Mandy’ rejoins the New Labour cabinet in a return to national power. Is this a wise move for either him or for the Brown government? Who can say? Within the general UK population, Peter Mandelson is not viewed well. They know this, so it is clearly a calculated decision. Is the plan… » read more