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The real value of the EU and why we need to Remain IN.

By Tom Lynch a member of one of the SY2E – Remain in the EU groups. I keep seeing ‘Leave’ posters, showing images of Wartime aircraft, Churchill and so on. Seems some people are happier living in 1945 than the … Continue reading

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Surely the Leave campaign have a rational, costed plan for what happens post-Brexit

Not only do the Quitters want the Remain campaigners to argue both sides of the case, they also want guarantees from the Government about what will happen in the event of a Brexit. But the Quitters must have a plan … Continue reading

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Boris Johnson does it again: Apples, Oranges, and what was it we were talking about again?

Boris has put his foot in his mouth again, unfortunately it’s likely nobody will notice. his latest article in the Telegraph (29th May) compares apples with oranges, misleads, deceives and spends most of its time discussing something which has nothing … Continue reading

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EU Referendum. Remember what we are voting on – not a UK government but the future of the UK.

By Leon Duveen a member of one of the SY2E – Remain in the EU groups and originally posted in his blog  Why we need to remain in the EU In a few weeks we are being asked to vote … Continue reading

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Why the UK needs to remain in the EU

By Kate Fistric a member of one of the SY2E – Remain in the EU groups There’s a perception among many Britons that the EU ‘doesn’t affect me’.  That, at best, the EU is some faceless machine run by pen-pushing petty … Continue reading

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Leaving the EU – how to understand it…

From Philip Cresswell a member of one of the SY2E – Remain in the EU groups. You are a member of a golf club. One member is notorious for whingeing about membership fees, the state of the greens and the … Continue reading

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