Forgotten EU Parliament Bans Brits Who Pay for It

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British taxpayers are still paying for a forgotten European Parliament building that hasn’t been used for 34 years. The 208 seat chamber and attached buildings, located in Luxembourg, last hosted the European Parliament in 1981. The EU sees fit to shell out over £45 million a year to keep it running. Luxembourg is over 100 miles away from the Brussels…

The old plenary chamber is lavishly decorated with a massive zinc bas relief that was be the largest metal sculpture in the world when it was installed. Oddly, despite funding the Luxembourg Parliament as the EU’s second largest contributor per head, Brits are not allowed to visit it. Tory MEP David Campbell-Bannerman is livid “What a waste of yet more hardworking taxpayers’ money by the EU. I am an MEP and regularly use two Parliaments now, but I have never even seen this third Parliament. Now as a Brit they say I am not welcome there anyway!” Tours are only granted to citizens of Luxembourg, France, Belgium, Germany and Netherlands… something for David Cameron to add to his negotiation demands…




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