Sunday, January 27, 2013

Britain has spent £700MILLION just to pass 400 new Euro rules since coalition came to power

Britain has passed more than 400 laws because of the European Union since the Coalition came to power in 2010 – costing businesses and taxpayers £700 million.

Directives from Brussels are turned into new regulations by civil servants that affect Britons’ everyday lives and industry.

Some of the rules are designed to protect consumers and safeguard the environment, while others dictate the wording on bottles of fruit juice.