Brussels has ignored damning election results and demanded an extra £3.8 billion cash increase to its budget from member states.
Around an eighth of these funds will come from UK taxpayers, with the cash going on vanity projects including £200 million for Ukraine’s far-right regime.
Brussels has backed far-right groups that over threw the elected government in Kiev last month. The EU is now pumping millions to the new regime which has banned the Communist Party and launched genocidal attacks on trade union offices and anti-fascist forces in the east.
The demand for more funds from EU taxpapyers came just hours after the unelected President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy said EU leaders had agreed to ‘re-evaluate’ its agenda after voters ‘sent a strong message’ by voting for anti-EU parties.