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21 June 2004
Saying "no" is not enough. When people start to question UKIP's alternative they will find the answers to be pretty thin.
7 June 2004
Public attitudes are so poisoned that for British governments there can be no such thing as a successful policy on Europe.
17 May 2004
The development of the European Union has been a quiet, understated exercise in compromise which Britons might be expected to appreciate if they were permitted the political head space to reflect upon it.
26 April 2004
In agreeing to hold a referendum
on Europe, Tony Blair has set himself the ambitious task of re-writing powerful
British myths about themselves and their neighbours.
bomb and the ballot - continued
22 March 2004
The Spanish people were always against the war in Iraq, and they still are, but their consistency has not stopped U.S. Republican Congressman Dennis Hastert accusing them of appeasing terrorists. He could not be more wrong.
bomb and the ballot
15 March 2004
The outcome of the Spanish election is not a victory for the terrorists but a recognition that international terrorism is a symptom of a global political and social malaise that the rich, western world has the primary responsibility to address.
28 April 2003
When Germany, France, Belgium and Luxembourg sat down last week to talk about European defence co-operation, their efforts received a mixed reception. Some people were irritated, some derisive, some embarrassed, some sceptical and some, doubtless, quietly pleased.
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