Safeguarding Europe's cultural heritage part of our common values

Safeguarding Europe's cultural heritage part of our common values

Safeguarding Europe's cultural heritage is a key priority for MEPs in Parliament's culture and education committee. However, this is no easy feat. Last June, the committee adopted a report titled, 'Towards an integrated approach to cultural heritage for Europe'. They believe cultural heritage must be safeguarded throughout the continent.

Wednesday, 23 December 2015 Written by: Isabella Adinolfi Posted in: Latest news, Newsroom, 2015, Culture and Education, December, Isabella Adinolfi

Uninvited EU border coast guard is another EU power grab

Uninvited EU border coast guard is another EU power grab

Another European summit and yet another power grab. It's funny every single time a European Union policy fails, and that's pretty often, the demand is more centralisation and more Europe", said UKIP leader Nigel Farage today. Speaking in the European Parliament, Strasbourg in front of Commission President Juncker and political group leaders, Farage said of the EU response to failing to control migration: "So our solution is that the EU border agency and the EU maritime services should be given powers and the ability to declare force majeure over the member states."And incredibly the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, is supporting this and yet that's the same Prime Minister who is going in to have a meeting with you tomorrow night to talk about our so called renegotiation."

Wednesday, 16 December 2015 Written by: Nigel Farage Posted in: Press releases, Newsroom, 2015, December, Nigel Farage

EU border power grab a full frontal attack on a country's control over national borders

EU border power grab a full frontal attack on a country's control over national borders

Today the European Commission unveiled new proposals for a new €280 million a year European Border and Coast Guard agency which will supposedly "ensure a strong and shared management of the external borders." Within these proposals there is a "right to intervention" for the EU if it is deemed the member state is failing to protect the bloc's external boundary.

Wednesday, 16 December 2015 Posted in: Press releases, Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, Newsroom, 2015, Diane James, December