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Sir Christopher Evans and the witch-hunt

I wonder if the Labour Party has returned the £1 million loaned to them by the benevolent Cambridge entrepreneur Sir Christopher Evans, who waits to hear whether charges will be made against him in the cash for honours row. He has hotly denied any wrong doing and believes there was a witch hunt against him, and has been waiting for Labour Party to repay his loan. Of the police investigation, he...
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EU laws crack down on internet trade

Are you familiar with consumer protection law in Lithuania or Romania? What about Spain or Greece? This may be a new requirement of EU legislation, which SmallBizPod highlights today – and could have a significant impact on small businesses who trade online. In a nutshell, it is all very well if you’re a multinational with an international legal department,...
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Robert and the EU treaty

  My MEP Robert Sturdy has a letter in today’s Times challenging the reasons for Tony Blair’s refusal to hold a referendum over the EU treaty. With Gordon Brown widely predicted to be Blair’s successor, I wonder if  Blair wants to push this through quickly as he knows  Brown has a much cooler approach to Europe – and we don’t even know what...
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