If ever there was a wasted journey it is the Chancellor's trip to Sweden, Denmark and Finland to renegotiate Britain's role in the EU.
Reports that small businesses are closing due to the new EU digital VAT rules introduced at the turn of the year have been met with dismay by UKIP's Margot Parker.
It was astonishing, (although not wholly surprising) when I read your article, 'How sex criminals convicted in the EU are free to come to Britain because just six members states have registers to keep track of offenders, August 24, 2105).
"As Jeremy Corbyn will never become Prime Minister it is easy for him to make snap comments which are ill-thought out in a bid to grab the headlines.
To The Editor,
Margot Parker reacting to increased pub closures in Nottinghamshire:
THIS is truly unacceptable - that is the message from the area's UKIP MEP, who says she is horrified at the gruesome executions of gay men by terror group ISIS.