Of all the items out in these final days ahead of the EU referndum, Vanessa chose this as the best to bring you this week.
Vanessa has a very interesting article on the the environment and the claimed benefits the EU is supposed to have given us, and how their claims of support for real science are flawed.
Vanessa reads from an article by Peter Kernig – an Economist and Geo Political Analyst – on TTIP and the collapse of the EU
From the EU’s own report, as originally reported by the BBC.
Vanessa was not a fan of Giles Fraser, but having seen him on BBC Question Time found an interesting article of his in The Guardian – ‘Why our landed gentry are so keen for us to stay in the EU’.
Giles FraserDr Giles Fraser is priest-in-charge at St Mary’s Newington in south London and the former canon chancellor of St Paul’s Cathedral. He writes the Loose canon column for the Guardian
Source: Giles Fraser | The Guardian
An ‘everyday’ story of ageing in the UK and the NHS…
Vanessa reads Leo McKinstry a Northern Irish journalist and former Labour Councillor – from Voices for Britain.
Vannessa reads Roger Helmers Daily Debrief – 30th March – covering a wide range of EU related issues, in neat summaries.
Vanessa’s eye is caught by an article in Breitbart suggesting that George Osborne’s motivation in the budget may not have been what it should have been.
Vanessa talks to Mike Beggs a collector and demonstrator of world war one and two vehicles and the (deactivated) firearms that accompany them.
The EU, in an effort to appear to be ‘doing something’, are destroying our history and a successful trade to absolutely no positive effect.