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Eurosceptic Bloggers

Thursday, February 01, 2007


I can't be bothered to post today, so I am outsourcing your daily blast of Euroscepticism.

  1. West Brom Blog highlights an EU land grab, in the area of education
  2. Conservative Party Reptile suggests a civil disobedience approach to the EU
  3. England Expects, takes a look at the new jobs for Conservative MEPs, here & here
  4. EU Referendum has comment on CFP, and Cameron's approach to it. He is not impressed
  5. Con Home, reports that CFP has led to the resignation of one MSP
  6. Devils kitchen assesses the same story, with a rather different conclusion
  7. The Reference Frame has a long post about attitudes towards the constitution
  8. Finally I would be remiss were I not to mention that Eursoc has had an extreme makeover.

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