Let’s face it, is it any surprise people in the UK get exasperated by the European Union?
They are swamped with erroneous tales of alleged devious directives and barmy plans from ‘meddling Brussels bureaucrats’.
I have my favourites.
There was the ‘fear’ sparked amongst the European male population after the story of the German man who claimed to have been made impotent by Euro coins. Continue reading
The European Parliament today rejected the controversial Anti Counterfeiting Agreement (ACTA) with an overwhelming majority.
ACTA was aimed at protecting copyright measures across EU member states, as well as USA and Japan. However, major developing countries and counterfeit centres such as India and China did not take part in the agreement.
Civil rights campaigners also attacked ACTA because they believed it strangled online freedoms.
UK Liberal Democrat MEP Catherine Bearder, the party’s spokesperson on international trade in the European Parliament, commented after the vote: Continue reading