As a former MEP, of many years standing, Godfrey has had much time to consider the UK’s position on the EU, here he gets to the core of the issues, and considers what comes next.
While the headlines may move on, problems don’t just go away.
Two short speeches by Godfrey on the inequity of taxation – an imposition on all but those who actually set it.
The Working Day Of The Average Englishman – Godfrey Bloom MEP – YouTube
• European Parliament, Strasbourg, 02 July 2013
Godfrey Bloom: The State is an Institution of Theft @goddersbloom
• European Parliament, Brussels, 21 November 2013
Godfrey tells it as it really is – well informed and his feet firmly on the ground.
Godfrey asks some challenging questions on the state of play over the EU referendum, let’s hope there are some real investigative journalists left in the UK to find some answers…
Godfrey spent 40 years in the City – including advising clients on minimising tax bills – here he presents his view of the current Google Tax issue.
Godfrey began his career in the City of London in 1967. His subsequent 35 years extremely varied, probably impossible now in a very much more specialized and regulated city financial service environment. He won international awards for fund management. He gave this up in 2004 to take his seat as an MEP in the European Parliament.
Here he explains what is wrong with out ‘money’ and how the government control it.
Godfrey is a keen military historian and is a graduate of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and the Royal College of Defence Studies, he has also been published in the prestigious Army Review.
He served 30 years with the Territorial Army, initially with the County of London Yeomanry and holds the Territorial Decoration and bar, Sovereigns’ and Parliamentary Medal.
From this position of some authority he delivers his view on the current problem with militant Islam.
Do you think the state is your friend? Godfrey has no doubt – and has an interesting proposal for ID cards.
With his military and business training and experience, Godfrey discusses the Church of England and leadership.