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Britain's net contributions to the EU Budget set to rise
The Office for Budget Responsibility published, yesterday, its Pre-Budget forecast. According to the report the UK’s net expenditure transfers to EU institutions is set to rise from £6.4 billion in 2009/10, to £8.3 billion in 2011/12, to £8.4 billion 2012/13, to £9.4 billion in 2013/14, to £10.3 billion in 2014/15. Tony Blair gave up £7bn of the UK rebate in return for CAP reform and there is no serious reform on the way. Read the report here.

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ABOUT BILL CASH MP

Bill Cash has been the Conservative Member of Parliament for Stone since 1997 and an MP since 1984.

He is currently the Chair of the European Scrutiny Committee and the founder member of the European Foundation...

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