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If the EU pricks us, the EU will bleed! – Free Nations

Is Global Britain’s absence from the Munich Security Conference its first mis-step?  – FT (£) Wishful thinking from pro-Remain publication? Absence largely due to conference coinciding with Cabinet reshuffle.   

Varadkar shamed: How Irish leader’s ‘Brexit-bashing’ backfired – Express

European Union increased banking cartel fines 74 per cent last year to $1.6bn – City A.M.

Britain has made its great escape – but the EU still poses a major threat to our freedom  –  Telegraph (£)

Von der Leyen admits ‘mistakes’ in contracting scandal but stands her ground  – Politico Europe

Casts interesting light on EU democratic deficit that, despite German domestic scandal hanging over her, von der Leyen was appointed EU Commission President in back-room stitch-up. 

How Freeports could prove key to unlocking the untapped economic potential of the North  –Global Vision  

Computer says No to Europeans in Britain  – Politico Europe

Is the Irish election result bad for Brexit? – Briefings for Britain

West Country MPs put pressure on Government over post-Brexit fishing  – ITV News

Obscure clause ‘could give EU say in UK’s public spending’ – Express

Could Scotland return to the EU fold?  – FT (£)

Not with its budget deficit at 9 per cent of GDP, among the highest in Europe, disqualifying it from membership. 

EU maintains only moderate growth forecast for eurozone, but predicts higher euro-area inflation  – Reuters

What does trade friction post-Brexit really mean for the UK? –  CapX

A top-down, centralised, Brussels-driven Conference on the Future of Europe will fail – EU Observer

Incoming Bank of England Governor hails chance to restore City’s independence – Telegraph (£)

Highlights importance of Johnson ensuring no concessions made to Brussels to maintain its desired anti-competitive ‘level playing-field’ on financial regulation. 

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Michael St George
Michael St George
Michael St George is a freelance writer arguing for minimal-state, low-tax, free-markets minarchist-libertarianism. He tweets as @A_Liberty_Rebel. He is @LibertarianRebelon Parler.

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