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Local authorities: hiding the rise

On top of everything else these week (watch for the Sunday Telegraph tomorrow), we’ve been working on a piece for the Daily Mail, which has gone into the paper today under Booker’s name. There was a time when it would have had both our names on, but not...

EU regulation: a porous network

One of our own forum members (a retired policemen) puts his finger on it. He observes that the media wrongly refer to the supply system as “a food chain”. It is not a chain. It is a network and like a network, the internet for example, when one or a number...

EU budget: not a foregone conclusion

Strictly speaking, all the European Council has done is agree a “common position” on the multi-annual budget. There is no “historic budget deal”. There is no EU agreement.Says Mary Ellen Synon, Spiegel and many others, battle is not over. The...

EU regulation: criminal negligence

With the latest developments, the FSA reports that it has “already involved the police, both here and in Europe”.That is an explicit admission that imported meat is involved – which we already know, because produce of Irish and Polish origin has already...

EU regulation: let them eat horse

Horsemeat fraud: let them eat horseRichard North, 08/02/2013    Follow @eureferendum As the horsemeat scandal enters its second month, and seems to be intensifying rather than fading, not a few people are asking how it is possible that such huge quantities of burgers...

EU budget: the theatre comes to town

The British media, as usual, have been playing planting a flag on the story, the journos attempting in their tediously superficial way to turn it into a biff-bam story that their editors back home can understand.David Cameron was set up to be the hero of the hour,...

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