Boris’s free trade agenda for Europe could be a social and environmental disaster for London and the rest of the UK.
Now that we’ve pulled apart the idea that newly-arrived immigrants are being fast-tracked to social housing ahead of indigenous Britains, it’s worth a quick look at the myth that immigrants are somehow a drain on the economy; that there is a pressing need to “get tough” with them, send them home, afflict various hardships on them, whatever takes your right-wing fancy.
Labour’s increasing lead in the polls indicates that austerity is more unpopular than the EU.
Wales is set to lose out financially because of the cut in the EU budget agreed by David Cameron and other European leaders.
Socialist MEPs argue that the EU should intervene directly to revive manufacturing across Europe.
The debate over Bulgarian and Romanian migration shows that concerns about immigration are now inevitably intertwined with attitudes to EU membership.
Why do David Cameron and the Eurosceptics hate European Union measures that protect workers’ rights? Here are some of the key rights workers’ may lose.
SNP deputy leader Nicola Sturgeon has embarked on what can only be described as an exercise in full frontal-spin at best and rank hypocrisy at worst.
Alex Salmond and the SNP suffered another EU slapdown this week as EC President Jose Manuel Barroso shunned Nicola Sturgeon.
Throughout the day on Left Foot Forward we will be reporting the European reaction to David Cameron’s Europe speech this morning.