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337. Lib Dem MEP says it will serve City right if UK's banks suffer from EU veto Left Watch
Below is a selection of prominent Lib Dems' reactions to David Cameron's veto at the European summit this week. Sharon Bowles, the Lib Dem MEP who chairs the European Parliament's Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, has made several strange remarks yesterday and today. In an interview yesterday, she said she wants to take up Irish...
URL: http://conservativehome.blogs.com/leftwatch/2011/12/how-lib-dems-have-reaction-to-david-camerons-eu-veto.html - 62KB - 10 Dec 2011
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338. Tim Yeo MP: even when he's right he's wrong | Telegraph Blogs
Tim Yeo MP is agitating vigorously for the creation of a third runway at Heathrow airport. This can only mean three things:1. David Cameron is even more stuffed than we thought. When a Cameroon Wormtongue as assiduous and slimy as Yeo starts going so flagrantly off-message, you know the ship really is thinking.2. The third runway is clearly a much, MUCH worse idea than any of us may hitherto have imagined. Personally I was quite pro the idea till Yeo gave it his endorsement. I now recognise that the only solution to Britain's air traffic problems must be the rival Boris Island scheme.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100178295/tim-yeo-mp-even-when-hes-right-hes-wrong/ - 58KB - 03 Sep 2012
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339. Rowan Atkinson - not another annoying luvvie - Telegraph Blogs
Rowan Atkinson has been getting rave reviews for his performance in Quartermaine's Terms. It couldn't have happened to a nicer person. Or at least to a less irritating one.It is an unfortunate fact of life that most people, when they achieve success in showbiz, feel the urge to pay back their public by embracing some fashionable cause which they think is going to make the world a better place. Usually this has the exact opposite result of the one intended.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100200743/rowan-atkinson-not-another-annoying-luvvie/ - 56KB - 04 Feb 2013
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340. Wind farms kill whales: blubber on the green movement's hands – Telegraph Blogs
So wind farms don't just despoil countryside, frighten horses, chop up birds, spontaneously combust, drive down property prices, madden those who live nearby with their subsonic hummi...
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100080019/wind-farms-kill-whales-blubber-on-the-green-movements-hands/ - 61KB - 04 Apr 2011
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341. Labour is losing its licence to govern - Telegraph Blogs
Photo: PA There is an old political adage which says "oppositions don't win elections, governments lose them". I've never bought into it. Long
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danhodges/100234456/labour-is-losing-its-licence-to-govern/ - 60KB - 05 Sep 2013
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342. MPs - please spend less time showing off at PMQs and more time doing your job –...
The one thing you are never short of as an MP is advice. From the moment you arrive in Westminster, everyone you find there – whips, lobby groups, pundits – seems keen to tell you how to your job."It is so important that you do fiddlesticks", urge some. "The issue that really matters is X", urge lobbyists for X."What swing voters really want…." insist many people who have probably never come across an actual swing voter in their lives.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/douglascarswellmp/100258344/mps-please-spend-less-time-showing-off-at-pmqs-and-more-time-doing-your-job/ - 54KB - 07 Feb 2014
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343. Boris's Attitude to His Old School Shows Why He's Better than Cameron
"Eton is a four letter word."I can't remember which massively successful Old Etonian actor said that - there are so many: Eddie Redmayne, Harry Lloyd, Tom Hiddlestone, Hugh Laurie, Damian Lewis - but whichever of the gazillions it was you know what he was getting at. An Eton education is as much as stigma for some as it is a badge of honour for others.Two perfect examples of this are Prime Minister David Cameron and Mayor of London Boris Johnson.
URL: http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/08/08/Eton-Is-a-Four-Letter-Word - 53KB - 08 Aug 2014
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344. Despite his protestations, Gove is more likely than ever to be the next Tory leader –...
Gove: a stonking performance What a stonking performance! While the media has been obsessed with the notion that the Prime Minister may have been eclip
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jakewallissimons/100184349/despite-his-protestations-gove-is-more-likely-than-ever-to-be-the-next-tory-leader/ - 55KB - 09 Oct 2012
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345. What kind of immigration system could we have outside the EU? – Telegraph Blogs
What do 12th-century Venice, 17th-century Amsterdam and contemporary California all have in common?They each in turn blossomed, becoming centres of innovation, enterprise and wealth creation. More than that, like a flower that draws bees, so too did each of these centres of human ingenuity attract many of the brightest and best humans. They attracted immigrants because they grew, and they grew because they attracted immigrants.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/douglascarswellmp/100252483/what-kind-of-immigration-system-could-we-have-outside-the-eu/ - 57KB - 10 Jan 2014
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346. D-minus for economics, Cardinal | Roger Helmer MEP
Prime Minister David Cameron is facing huge criticism on many fronts. Never mind pasties and the Granny Tax. He’s failing to deliver a growth strategy, or to adopt the revenue-neutral or low-cost measures that would boost the economy, like lower employment taxes or deregulation. He seems to have no policy on the EU. His response to perverse rulings under the ECHR is supine. His “green” energy policies threaten to undermine both our energy security and our economic competitiveness. He’s getting it wrong on immigration, on defence, on foreign aid.So it takes a really special kind of misjudgement for a senior churchman to criticise Cameron for one of the few things he’s getting right. Cardinal Keith O’Brien has attacked the Prime Minister for “helping the rich and letting the poor suffer”. He wants higher taxes and more redistribution. All the failed nostrums of socialism seem like compassionate common sense to this gilded prelate. He’s wrong.The Cardinal seems unaware, or unconcerned, that the top 1% of tax payers already contribute 27% of revenues.
URL: http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2012/04/30/d-minus-for-economics-cardinal/ - 56KB - 11 May 2012
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347. Is the 'greenest government ever' turning brown? – Telegraph Blogs
Eric Pickles makes an unlikely eco-warrior. So it speaks volumes about this week’s Cabinet reshuffle that his survival is the only thing that pleased environmentalists. Both they and climate sceptics agree that it has radically changed policy, finally strangling those huskies and ditching the green agenda which David Cameron embraced to help make his party
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/geoffreylean/100180173/is-the-greenest-government-ever-turning-brown/ - 57KB - 11 Sep 2012
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348. It may not be possible to avert a double dip recession – Telegraph Blogs
'Double-dip recesion fears see £49bn wiped off shares,' is the headline in this morning's Guardian. Consumer confidence is down, the paper tells us, and activity in the service sector is drying up. Surely the Guardian should be celebrating? I mean, that paper is forever telling us that we consume too much, that our lifestyles are unsustainable, that governments should overcome their 'obsession with GDP ', and now it is getting its wish. We are, in real terms, getting poorer.Oddly, though, the Grauniad doesn't seem especially pleased. On the contrary, it wants more stimulus spending to encourage us back to our bad old consumerist ways. Instead of allowing the bubble to deflate, it is urging ministers to blow it up again through record-low interest rates, quantitative easing and…
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danielhannan/100103377/it-may-not-be-possible-to-avert-a-double-dip-recession/ - 60KB - 12 Oct 2011
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349. Now Brussels orders us to pay benefits to all Europeans, whether or not they come seeking work...
Not content with landing us with the bill for keeping the euro together, European Commissioners are insisting that we cede control of our social security system.As things stand, if someone arrives in Britain without intending to support himself, he doesn't automatically qualify for the same benefits that are available to British nationals – or, indeed, to foreigners granted the 'right to reside'. We can, in other words, distinguish between those who mean to pay into the system and those who don't (see here).
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danielhannan/100108264/now-the-european-commission-rules-that-britain-must-pay-full-benefits-to-all-eu-nationals-whether-or-not-they-come-intending-to-work/ - 61KB - 12 Oct 2011
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350. The EU: loved by corporates, loathed by entrepreneurs - Telegraph Blogs
What does British business think about our relationship with the EU? It depends what kind of business you ask.The multinationals, the mega-banks, the corporate affairs types who, rather than running firms, drift into positions in their professional associations – these tend to be overwhelmingly pro-Brussels. It’s understandable: they have a great deal invested the present system. Many of them have been brought together by the Mandelsonian lobbyist Roland Rudd in a group called Business for New Europe.Few British companies, however, are gigantic multinationals. Most people in the private sector work for firms with fewer than 20 employees. These businesses can’t afford compliance departments, and certainly can’t afford Brussels-based lobbyists to ensure that regulations suit them rather than their competitors. They face all the costs of EU regulation but get few of the supposed benefits of easier market access.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danielhannan/100230126/memo-to-the-bbc-there-is-a-difference-between-corporate-lobbyists-and-british-business-leaders/ - 60KB - 14 Aug 2013
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351. Eric Pickles' oak tree warning - Telegraph Blogs
Eric Pickles, the Communities Secretary, has warned the Tories against the dangers of introspection. The party will become "pointless" if it talks only to itself, he said last night at the launch of Renewal, a new group designed to broaden the appeal of the party among working-class voters.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/matthewholehouse/100226632/eric-pickles-oak-tree-warning/ - 55KB - 16 Jul 2013
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352. International aid has become more important to the donors than the recipients – Telegraph...
Congratulations to Rahul Bedi for putting into words what we all half-suspected: India neither needs nor wants UK aid. Such grants are outdated and patronising, he says, and encourage corruption. Indeed, Indians have 'become so contemptuous of Britain’s contribution that they accept it merely to avoid causing the Coalition embarrassment'. Ouch! Indians are a courteous people and Mr Bedi is perhaps too discreet to play his trump card: India's economic prospects are healthier than Britain's (see here). So why on Earth are we still ponying up?
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danielhannan/100135659/india-is-right-aid-has-become-more-important-to-the-donors-than-the-recipients/ - 63KB - 19 Feb 2012
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