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Category Archives: reflections
What’s this about taking control?
I wrote the article below in mid-June, not so very long before the referendum vote. I completely stand by the title I gave it, though the control issue is panning out in a way I didn’t expect. There’s now plenty … Continue reading
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Don’t give up on the EU, the ghosts of Britons past will come back to haunt you
So many people say we should leave the EU and “abandon the sinking ship” or ” give up the fight to reform the EU”. These people cannot be proud Britons. Did Henry V say in front of Harfleur: “You know … Continue reading
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I am worried. Worried about my future and the future of my country .
From David Livingston A member of one of the SY2E – Remain in the EU groups Its 4:30 in the morning and I cannot sleep because I am worried. Worried about my future and the future of my country . … Continue reading
Brexit is like driving off a bridge, it’s a one way ticket. No refunds, no swaps, no nothing.
In this referendum the Remain campaign has often been critisised for being too negative, of trying to scare voters into voting Remain. I can sympathise with that point of view but on the other hand wouldn’t you want somebody to … Continue reading
I’m voting for hope, all that’s left after they opened Pandora’s Box, so I’m voting to Remain
By Steve Cobham a member of one of the SY2E groups. Leave…Remain…somebody has to win. However, in reality, everyone loses no matter what the result.The last few months have seen a creeping division based on attitudes towards immigration, with an … Continue reading
1975 – a more serious & intelligent debate and not a focus group in sight.
By Yasmin Ali, a member of one of the SY2E – Remain in the EU groups. Our politics today has become like our financial services, dependent on algorithms, number-crunching, and, crucially, bare faced misselling. PPI politics, cynical and shoddy. Sub-prime … Continue reading
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Here is my final EU referendum plea. Take a look fellow new european friends. If you like it I will spread it.
By Rupert Slade a member of one of the SY2E – Remain in the EU groups. If immigration is your big problem with the eu, then frankly you shouldn’t be my friend. The evidence in report after report is against … Continue reading
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What is this “Brexit” that “Mr Farage and associates” trying to sell us and why?
This post is going out to those of you who are undecided or can be swayed regarding the upcoming referendum. I could try to convince you of the value of cooperation by bringing up examples such as neighborhood watches or … Continue reading
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What the EU does for you and me – 2.
By Manuel Escuder, a member of one of the SY2E – Remain in the EU groups Here is another example of what the EU can do for individuals. Before retiring, I worked for an international company with operations throughout the … Continue reading
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What the EU does for you and me – 1.
By Manuel Escuder, a member of one of the SY2E – Remain in the EU groups Here is one example of what the EU can do for individuals. Until recently, I lived in a remote part of Andalucia, Spain for … Continue reading
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