The documents to which Bishop Pete linked may be read HERE, HERE and HERE. Please read them for yourselves, for His Grace has read them (twice - and one is of a thoroughly tedious length) and he cannot see any "small print" which in any sense questions the foundational tenets or political presuppositions of the EU. Indeed, these 'critiques' appear to affirm His Grace's view that the Church of England is institutionally europhile, and the entire Episcopate is, to a man (or, imminently, woman), fervently pro-EU, which is, in their understanding, synonymous with and inseparable from 'Europe'.
Do, please, feel free to shed some light on Bishop Pete's distinction between episcopal scrutiny of policy but of manifestos and programmes "not at all", for His Grace still finds this assertion somewhat incredible in light of remarks about Ukip (which, at the moment, has no manifesto beyond the stated policy of EU secession).
Do the following tweets constitute the scrutiny or critique of policy, or are they a purposeful intervention in the democratic process essentially guiding the electorate toward the view that Ukip is, in effect, anti-Christian?