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Hague: UK 'is not being isolated'
Foreign Secretary William Hague has said that Britain vetoed the deal to renegotiate EU treaties because EU leaders had not made "enough...
All power to the East?
Negotiations on a
trade deal were launched at the
and the leaders agreed to break down barriers to trade at home and abroad. ...
Lamont defends 'democracy of the markets'
Much of the debate over the EU summit centres on what leaders must do to satisfy the markets. John Humphrys questioned Lord Lamont...
As one of the countless retired people whose Occupational Pension Fund now relies ENTIRELY on it's Investments, then I fully concur with Lord Lamont. Apart from all the people like myself there are many, many retired small investors, who now rely to a certain extent, on their investment income for extra income, no matter how small it may be it is important to them. About time some of the young 'idiots' were ACTUALLY EDUCATED about the role that 'Investments' play in ALL our lives.
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Professor Kate Moss on women sleeping rough
Ken Clarke: 'The alternative is silence'
The government has scaled back plans to hold more court cases in private. Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke told John Humphrys that what...
Portugal austerity: Parliament approves tax-rise budget
has been held up as an example by the
for obediently enacting the mandated austerity measures - but this latest budget is...
Eurozone Report - Ritula Shah visits Finland
Lord Howard: EU referendum "beside the point"
Former Conservative leader Lord Howard says that because power is not being transferred to the EU, a referendum is not required on...
Mess up your economy and the UK will give you free money
David Miliband: 'It was a phantom veto'
Former foreign secretary David Miliband tells John Humphrys that David Cameron’s use of the veto in EU negotiations was "the first veto...
Martha Kearney interviews Boris Johnson ahead of EU summit - The World at One, BBC Radio 4
Is Europe about to break? Discussion with @nytimes columnist @portereduardo
Will local politics splinter unity in the
? @nytimes columnist @portereduardo is live on
to give his take.
News Blast | Bee Victory
Commenting on the press release today from Friends over the Earth that has praised the European Union for instigating a ban on the...
Greece want loan extension
Shaun Ley interviews Conservative MP David Davis about the Government's Europe policy
The World at One, BBC Radio4
How will snails help save the Greek economy? Jim Reed reports.
Youth unemployment in Greece is running at nearly 50%. And economists are growing increasingly concerned about a brain drain of talented...
Sir Menzies Campbell: 'Cameron had no option' on EU treaty
Sir Menzies Campbell has said that Britain's use of the veto to step aside from a new EU fiscal treaty was "inevitable". The former...
EU wants powers to pursue Britons for acts not recognised as crimes under UK law
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