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John Major – EU Referendum “It will decide Britain’s place in the world for generations”

In today’s Sunday Telegraph, former Prime Minister John Major has called for the UK to remain in the EU. “When we joined the EU we were the “sick man” of Europe: today, as a result of our domestic reforms and … Continue reading

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A vote to Remain in the EU is a vote to change it for the better

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Jeremy Clarkson backs staying in the EU

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Remain in or Leave the EU – the choice is yours

I am a supporter of the UK REMAINing in the EU. To me it is a no brainer for a shed load of entirely positive reasons including -: Membership of a Customs Union removing all tariffs and trade barriers as … Continue reading

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Nigel Lawson and UK/Irish sovereignty -Sauce for the Goose but not for the Gander?

The major line of argument for the “out” side in the EU referendum campaign is its supposed defence of sovereignty, of how the UK should withdraw from the EU to be able to take decisions unilaterally. Whether it’s Nigel Farage … Continue reading

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It is incumbent on the Brexiters to paint a positive & fact based picture of a post-Brexit UK

My reasons (or some of them) for wanting to REMAIN (in no particular order) -: 1. Membership of a Customs Union removing all tariffs and trade barriers as well as expensive border paperwork within a marketplace of over 500 million … Continue reading

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Rebutting the usual EUmyths and my own reasons for wanting the UK to Remain in the EU.

I was asked to respond to a post in an expatriates group to a post made by a member containing many of the usual EUmyths. As well as correcting the EUmyths in the post I also gave my reasons for … Continue reading

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