AN MEP has hit out at reports some American banks are planning to move their activities to Dublin if Britain pulls out of the EU.
Farmers and food producers across the country will be hit badly by the ongoing EU sanctions against Russia.
We were most concerned to read in your paper last week of funding cuts to a homeless support group.
Ukip Small Business Spokesman Margot Parker said: "It is a sad day for society when employers are charged with being discriminatory for demanding a good level of the native language in a prospective employee.
Jet-SETTING round the world by unelected Brussels chiefs costs European taxpayers more than £2.5million a year, it emerged yesterday.
So protesters against another one of these ghastly windfarms have won a fresh battle in their campaign.
UKIP MEP Margot Parker, who has Scottish parents and lives in the Corby borough, said: "It's little surprise to me the people of Corby have rejected the idea of breaking up the union - the Scots and English have had differences in the past but we have learned to live with each other amicably - and anyway having a few differences is not a reason for wholesale divorce surely?
I was interested to read the views of Derbyshire business leaders in a recent edition of The Derby Telegraph.
Newly-elected Mansfield MEP Margot Parker has hit out at the 'heavy hand of EU legislation' as the row over European funding in the town rumbles on.
As your readers are no doubt aware it was my first day in the European Parliament this week, (July2), and my first chance to stand up for the British people.