Calamity Cameron too busy dodging flood victims to debate anything as trivial as the EU
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has today accepted Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg’s challenge of a debate on the European Union.
Mr. Farage also laid down the gauntlet to the Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour Leader Ed Miliband, saying that he would like for them to both be involved in the debate too.
“The answer is yes, I will do it with Nick Clegg, but the other two, I’d like to see them there as well.”
“I do really want for the Labour Party in the shape of Ed Miliband and the Conservative Party in the shape of the Prime Minister to join this debate as well.”
George Osborne’s decision to reduce the Lifetime Allowance (LTA) from £1.5m to £1.25m from 6th April is prompting a growing number of the estimated 4.7 million British expatriates to move their pensions out of the UK, reveals one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations.
Average retired over-65 homeowner has gained more than £7,100 in the past year from their house, Key Retirement Solutions Pensioner Property Index shows
Retired homeowners have seen their property wealth grow by an average £7,100 each in the past year as the housing market boom has sent home prices soaring, new research* from leading over-55s financial specialist Key Retirement Solutions shows.
MEPs and EU bureaucrats will gather on Tuesday to debate the controversial European Investigation Order (EIO). This is just one of the many EU justice measures which the British government did not choose to opt-out from. The EIO will allow foreign police to carry out secret surveillance on the Great British Public, including monitoring British bank accounts and intercepting phone calls. We will only be able to refuse on very narrow grounds (such as diplomatic immunity). Get Britain Out was quoted in a Breitbart article about this new EU measure.