Articles by Martin Cole
Europe's mission to undermine nation states and centralise power is helped by opposite ends of Britain's political spectrum, believes Martin Cole.
Anomalies surrounding the royal succession need to be ironed out now, says Martin Cole.
How can Europe's gas pricing be regulated by the very companies that profit from it? asks Martin Cole.
Italy's electorate have the the chance to undo the damage caused by the removal of Silvio Berlusconi two years ago, says Martin Cole.
It may say democracy on the label but that is one ingredient missing from the European parliament, argues Martin Cole.
A tete-a-tete between the charismatic pair could crystallise the debate on Britain's relationship with Europe, says Martin Cole.
EU foot soldiers earn more than heads of state, even though their project is doomed, says Martin Cole.
Marshall Plan and Big Oil saved Europe, not the Union, argues Martin Cole.
Pacts on European and fiscal stability, plus a financial transaction tax sound alarm bells for Martin Cole.
Rather than celebrating the treaty that set up the European Union, we should scrap it, argues Martin Cole.
Britain must learn the lessons of the past and turn its back on imperialist western Europe, says Martin Cole.
Disgraced US president's foresight in opening up trade to China needs recognition on the centenary of his birth, argues Martin Cole.
A new type of sovereign state, driven by Berlin lacking any trace of democracy, has come into being - and it will be hard to stop, says Martin Cole.
Latest EU bailout for Dexia moves Europe one step closer to a Lehman Brothers-style collapse, says Martin Cole.
Germany flexes muscles and France strangely compliant: the world looks at the EU's coming implosion with relief, argues Martin Cole.
French actor's nationality switch has put true meaning of the European project at top of the menu, argues Martin Cole.
Martin Cole believes the tax avoidance secrets of companies such as Starbucks and Amazon betray the pointlessness of the European Union.