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Treasury ministers will be hauled before MPs next week to explain why David Cameron was not informed of an impending £1.7bn charge from the European Union. The call for the extra cash, which followed a review of member states' economic performance since 1995, was yesterday described by David Cameron as "completely unacce...
European Parliament vice-president Alexander Graf Lamsdorff said that Europe "expects" Britain to pay the £1.7bn surcharge levied this week. "I think exasperation...
Bill Cash confirmed his European Scrutiny Committee would be calling Treasury Ministers to explain why David Cameron appeared not to have been informed in advance ab...
Labour press release A Labour spokesperson, responding to reports that South East Tory councillor Alan Mellins said travellers should be executed, said: "D...
It's been a long time, but there's an Asquith back in the House of Lords. Thanks to one of those peculiarly British quirks in our constitution, Raymond Asqui...
Labour press release Pat McFadden MP, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Europe, speaking after Conservative MEPS defied David Cameron and split three ways in voting on...
25/10/2014 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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