Monthly Archives: July 2013

Environment and Climate Change – Is the EU a help or a hindrance?

This post is part of a series about the UK review of the balance of competence between the EU and the Member States (and the UK in particular). For more details about the review as a whole see my earlier post. … Continue reading

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Migration within the EU – or our Freedom to Move

This post is part of a series about the UK review of the balance of competence between the EU and the Member States (and the UK in particular). For more details about the review as a whole see my earlier post. … Continue reading

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Borders and Visas – UK or EU competence?

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Are benefits adequate or too much – what does the BBC say?

The Programme to explain it all? 4 households on benefits pitched against 4 households on low incomes but who are in work. That’s the BBC’s recipe for a rational debate about the adequacy vs defensibility of benefits. A mini-series is … Continue reading

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UK – in or out of the EU – how will we decide?

The old European debate The fact that the debate in the UK about whether or not we are part of Europe and what Europe is has been going on and on and isn’t news. The UK has the reputation in … Continue reading

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