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  • The tide begins to turn on the EU’s military ambitions

    Full article as published by The Telegraph on 9 December 2013

    As we reject the idea of a state called Europe, it is right that we should discourage the construction of its military arm.

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    • The Pen is Mightier than the Sword

      “Deprived children do not need play stations and other gadgets, but a book and a pen”. That was the plea from Malala today (20 November) as she addressed the European Parliament following her award of this year’s “Sakharov Prize” for freedom of thought. She now campaigns for girls as well as boys in Pakistan and other poor countries to receive a good basic education.

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      • Conservatives lead the way on scrapping the ‘Strasbourg Circus’

        The European Parliament voted in overwhelming support of a Conservative co-sponsored proposal to stop the monthly voting sessions taking place in Strasbourg.

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        • Geoffrey lends his support to Sizewell project

          The East of England plays a key role in fuelling UK electricity generation. We have a key strategic gas facility, nuclear power from Sizewell, and a vast array of offshore wind turbines. The UK fuel mix is currently 41% gas; 29% coal; 19% nuclear; and 9% renewables. New nuclear generation is a vital ingredient in the mix to deliver clean energy, and make us less dependent on potentially unreliable energy supply from Russia and the Middle East.

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          • A rapid conclusion of a trade deal with India would benefit the East of England

            Geoffrey Van Orden, Chairman of the Europe India Chamber of Commerce, and local MEP outlines the importance of an Indian trade deal with Britain.

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