New EU tax raid on Britain: Staying in could cost each household another £2,600

20 Jun

Meanwhile, the Daily Express can also highlight how Brussels is deliberately holding back unpopular policies until after Thursday. They include outlawing highenergy household appliances like kettles, toasters and hair dryers. A decision has been postponed until the autumn.


A mid-term review of the EU’s seven-year 2014-20 budget, expected to see calls for higher spending, was due at the start of the year but has also been postponed. If new countries like Albania, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Turkey join the EU, Mr Cameron has failed to get agreement that EU free movement rules would not apply to their citizens.

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