Saturday, 26 April 2008

Daniel Hannan on more EU corruption.

THIS short but important article from Daniel Hannan in today's Telegraph rightly shows us where the real corruption in politics is taking place. Daniel points out that the EU now passes 84 per cent of our laws, and yet it seems to be beyond the kind of scrutiny our MPs are under. He believes this could be down the the fact that we expect MEPs - and the EU in general - to be corrupt. That is a sad state of affairs considering we are going to be further under the EU's influence if Gordon Brown forces the Lisbon Treaty on us. The EU parliament recently voted to keep secret a report that proved corruption amongst its MEPs. And that should tell us all we need to know about our future masters in Brussels.

I still want a bloody referendum.

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