Seals and seabirds all around the coast of Britain face slaughter as innocent scapegoats for the failure of the European Union's Common Fisheries Policy.
Last week's decision by the UK Government to phase out foreign aid to India has been welcomed by Mr Griffin. Even so, as economic times worsen for many poorer working class Britons, the fact that this country still gives away £billions whilst shutting our own schools and hospitals almost defies belief.
The European Court of Auditors reported on Tuesday that controls over 86 per cent of the EU budget last year were only "partially effective", a conclusion that has further polarised the battle over European Commission demands for a sharp rise in spending.
European Union STILL wasting billions every year as auditors refuse to sign off accounts for 18th year in a row
The European Union is still wasting billions every year, spending watchdogs said today as they refused to sign off official accounts - again.
Attention in the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety committee this morning will be focused on the small Arab state of Qatar. More specifically, the capital city of Doha will be preoccupying MEPs as it is about to host the 18th climate change conference (COP18)beginning on November 26th.
In response to recent emails regarding Cuadrilla's fracking operation in Fylde, Nick Griffin MEP has some updated information regarding his activities at the Parliament to limit the hazards surrounding fracking in the UK.
As a consequence of the current structural condemnation of the Brussels Parliament many of the votes destined for next month’s mini-plenary were incorporated into last week's session in Strasbourg.
Constituents have written in expressing their deep concern over the proposed Deep Geological Nuclear Waste Repository (DGNWR) and are urging MEPs in the North West to do all they can to make sure this proposition does not proceed to the next stage.
Nick’s Constituency post has seen a very large number of letters regarding the decision of the coordinators of the Committee on International trade back in May of 2010 to freeze the Agreement on Conformity Assessment and Acceptance of industrial products, after an Israeli military attack against the humanitarian aid flotilla which was in international waters.