The Bruges Group spearheaded the intellectual battle to win a vote to leave the European Union and, above all, against the emergence of a centralised EU state.

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About Roger Helmer MEP

In 1999 Roger Helmer was elected as the Conservative MEP for the East Midlands. He is now a member of the UK Independence Party. He has worked with several multinational companies including Procter & Gamble, National Semiconductor, Reader's Digest, Tootal Group/ Coats Viyella, and Guinness PLC. Roger has spent more than 10 years living and working abroad, mainly in south-east Asia. Roger has sat on two European Parliament committees - Industry, External Trade, Research and Energy; and Employment and Social Affairs. He is also a member of the ASEAN delegation. Roger's candid opinions on the defence of the British nation state and the protection of its sovereignty provide a strong voice for the EU-sceptic cause in the 'heart of darkness'.


Please peruse some of his articles below:

How the EU’s Climate Alarmism is Costing You Money

Freedom from the EU

Why the election pledges must be honoured

Cool Thinking on Climate Change

2007 Conference

The benefits of EU membership are self-evident - aren't they?

Estonia faces the EU propaganda barrage

Inward investment – the big lie

Federalism in the USA and the EU

Estonia at the Crossroads

Defence, Iraq and the future of Europe

The USA - friend or foe?

The impotence of the EU superstate

EU Enlargement? Yes but....

The euro's rise strengthens the case for Britain to keep the Pound

Hard times for the euro

Euro disaster hits Germany

Alternatives to the EU