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- DWP: First, Iain Duncan Smith announced that he would fight a legal battle against the EU Commission to defend Britain’s protections against welfare tourism
- Foreign Office: Then William Hague presented his proposal for a red card system which would give member states’ parliaments the right to veto Commission proposals
- Department of Justice: Last Friday, Chris Grayling fired warning shots over new, job-destroying EU data protection proposals – an issue he followed up in the Sunday Telegraph
- Home Office: On the same day, Theresa May told her opposite numbers at Europe’s home affairs ministries that the rule on free movement of peoples must be changed to prevent migrants travelling to take advantage of the UK taxpayer, rather than to work
- DEFRA: Yesterday, we learned that fisheries minister Richard Benyon intends to take backfishing quotas for allocation to British-based vessels rather than French and Spanish trawlers
- Treasury: Meanwhile, the Treasury told the Sun on Sunday of George Osborne’s intention to fight the EU Commission over plans to remove a raft of VAT exemptions
- Attorney General: Today, Dominic Grieve will appear in the Supreme Court to fight attempts to force Britain to give prisoners the vote – a legal dispute that will be followed shortly by a vote in Parliament on the issue
TAP – Cameron’s pulled up the white flag as has the de facto head of the Conservative Party Ken Clarke – Satanists one and all, and according to Ben Fellows, child abusers, despite the attempts being made to silence him.