Nigel Farage speaking on BBC1’s Newsnight last year in the run up to the 2015 General Election.“I have to confess I do have a slight preference. I do think, naturally, that people from India and Australia are in some ways more likely to speak English, understand common law and have a connection with this country than some people that come perhaps from countries that haven’t fully recovered from being behind the iron curtain.”
The Prime Minister has been re-negotiating Britain’s relationship with Europe.with his European counterparts for several months and following key discussions this week a draft new deal for Britain in Europe was published today, delivering that substantial change. Of course, there is still more detail to be worked on, but the Prime Minister has made real progress.
Sajjad has recently contributed an article to New Direction magazine on Subsidiarity and how, as Legal Affairs Spokesperson and rapporteur on the Annual Subsidiarity and Proportionality Report, he is taking forward the Prime Minister's reform agenda from within the European Parliament
Returning powers to national parliaments is a key feature of the Prime Ministers EU Reform plans. Saj has been tasked to deliver this in the European Parliament. Sajjad's article for The Asians, looks at how this can be achieved.
Writing for Conservative Home, Sajjad and Ashley Fox, who is MEP for South West England and leader of Britain’s Conservative MEPs, set out why an enhanced role for national parliaments for member states within the EU, is an achievable aim.
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