EU regulations force closure of former coal-fired plant
West Midlands MEP James Carver has today attacked bright sparks in Brussels for imposing EU rules which are forcing the closure of the remaining part of a former coal-fired Ironbridge plant in t… Continue Reading »
West Midlands MEP James Carver has blasted EU bureaucrats in the Strasbourg parliament for saddling taxpayers in Worcestershire and Herefordshire with inflexible rules on waste which could lead … Continue Reading »
Last week saw the 70th anniversary commemorations of the liberation of Auschwitz by Russian troops, after 1.5 million, mainly Jewish people were murdered. World leaders vowed to learn the lessons from the Second World War. From here, the embryo of the EU was created.
In An Increasingly Dangerous World, The EU Needs To Get It's Priorities Right
On the very day that the European Central Bank tightens the screws on the Greek people, the Jordanian monarch is reported to be participating in airstrikes against ISIL, in response to the horri… Continue Reading »
During a Committee of Foreign Affairs meeting (20th Jan 2015), Jim gave a number of speeches covering issues relating to security, war crimes, Serbia possibly joining the European Union, EU imperialism in eastern Europe and the concerns around Russia selling long range bombers to Argentina.
In a recent speech, Jim discussed the increasing diplomatic pressures on the 28 member states as they are being pushed into increasing harmonisation and ever closer union within the European Uni… Continue Reading »