March 10, 2014

Britain's Out of Touch Party Bosses

Nigel Farage, London Evening Standard

The Associated Press

It may very well be Ukip that deprives Labour of an overall majority in the Commons. We are the only political force vigorous enough to perform that service for the nation because the Conservatives under Mr Cameron are a spent force, following their leader over the edge of a cliff.

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February 25, 2014
Will Cameron Dump the Clegg Coalition?
Benedict Brogan, Telegraph
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Why Is Britain Running Away from Europe?
Will Straw, Der Spiegel
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Will Britain and Germany Get a Divorce?
Clive Crook, Bloomberg View
In the friendliest possible way, German Chancellor Angela Merkel made it clear this week that she and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron have essentially incompatible views about the future of the European Union. This wasn't much... more ››
March 2, 2014
Eurosceptics Can Work with Angela Merkel
Matthew d'Ancona, Telegraph
Multi-dimensional diplomacy of this sort is not glamorous. It often fails. But not always. What is certain, even now, is that those who have already decided that they want Britain to leave the EU need a Conservative majority in... more ››