Any euro-twitchers will know about the ‘Galvin Report’ – the audit of how some of our honourable Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) spend the 200,000 euros a year they are given ostensibly to pay for assistants. The report, which we are not allowed to see, found all sorts of ingenious ways used by our […]
When appointing Frenchman Jacques Barrot as EU Justice Commissioner, Commission President Barroso certainly seemed to either have a great sense of humour or else was deliberately putting the right man in the right place. After all, Mr. Barrot has a lot of experience of France’s criminal justice system.
Unfortunately, French law prevents us revealing the […]
In this EU election year, the new book from David Craig and Matthew Elliot offers a timely analysis of what actually goes on in Brussels in our name.