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  • The European Movement is a group which has recently reorganised and hosted an interview with EU Commission Vice President, mentioned last week.

    Irish Blogs

  • Through that committee work he was able to patch up his strained relations with Churchill, who had been voted out of office in July 1945 and now was an honorary president of the European Movement, which also lobbied for integration.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • Former EU parliament president and now president of the European Movement, Pat Cox, said the main conclusion to be drawn from the consultations is that people are not hostile to the European project, but rather would like to see more EU.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • Meanwhile, the European Movement has announced the results of its "citizen consultations" on the new treaty in which, amazingly, it has found that citizens are in favour of having "more Europe".

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • In addition, the electorate was disenchanted with politicians' corruption through misuse of public funds, said the head of the European Movement in Kosovo, a non-governmental organisation.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • The report was written by a sub-group chaired by Lord Radice, a board member of the European Movement, and, according to The Times, calls for huge amounts of EU spending to be handed back to national governments.

    The price of membership - £180 billion

  • This passage has special significance as its is written by Lord Radice, board member of the European Movement and Britain in Europe, and ardent Europhile.

    When thieves fall out

  • A crucial point is that the European Movement was only involved on approval from Reddaway and his superiors.

    The Friday Column

  • There must be no more concerted bullying of electorates reluctant to abolish what is left of their national democracy by eurofanatical EU Governments, hand-in-glove with the EU Commission and the international European Movement, as occurred during Ireland's second Nice referendum and in last year's Accession Referendums in most of the 10 new EU States.

    A letter to Michael Howard

  • Ernest Wistrich, then director of the European Movement, told the programme, I remember one day Norman Reddaway after some weeks coming to me and saying, ‘We’re satisfied.

    The Friday Column


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