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Absolutely everything you need to know about the EU, ahead of the European elections 2014.
Representing Europeans takes a fresh and quizzical look at the problems facing the European Union. Bringing decades of experience to bear on the deep, structural problems currently facing the EU, Richard Rose spells out why it can no longer carry on with integration by stealth.
How Europe shapes British public policy examines the development of the EU as a sectarian issue in the UK. This book gives new and essential insights for students and practitioners of politics, governance and international relations.
Britain’s place in the European Union is increasingly being called into question, and pressure is building for a referendum to decide whether to stay in or leave. Clear and reliable information has been hard to find on both sides of the debate. This book puts that right.
In these memoirs, David Hannay, one of Britain's leading behind-the-scenes players in this process, provides fascinating frontline information and insights into Britain's complex relations with Washington and Europe.
It is time to rediscover the virtues that raised Europe to greatness: diversity, pluralism, personal freedom, national independence and parliamentary democracy.
What drives party-based Euroscepticism and why are some small parties Eurosceptic, even if they are not located in the margins, whilst other marginal parties are not? What makes mainstream oppositi...
A dystopian vision of an all powerful United States of Europe, set in 2045
In his new memoir, Confessions of a Eurosceptic, David Heathcoat-Amory describes frustrating conversations with his then boss of the Treasury, Kenneth Clarke
Never one for a quiet life, this paperback edition includes the story of Nigel’s extraordinary escape from death in a plane crash on the eve of the 2010 general election, his recovery and return to the leadership of UKIP in November 2010.
Gifford offers a radical interpretation of a major political issue. This book goes beyond existing narrative and institutional accounts of Britain and Europe by presenting a theoretically coherent ...