PM Statement on EU

The main business in the Commons today is scheduled to be debates chosen by the opposition on Multi-National Companies and Public Finances in Scotland however before that we expect a Statement from the Prime Minister on the re-negotiation of our terms of membership with the European Union.

It is clear to me that if the Country votes to stay in hardly anything would change. we would still be told what to do by the EU. We will lose even more power to make decisions for ourselves. The so called deal is long on words but when the detail is studied it will make no difference. The bureaucrats in Brussels are not stupid they have been very clever in dressing up what looks like a lot of concessions but when they are analysed they men very little indeed. There is no doubt whatsoever in my mind that we would be much better off as a Country if we left the EU. This does not mean we would not trade with the othyer EU countries. After all they sell more to us than we do to them so they will be very keen to continue to do business with us. As for the argument that we would not have any say over the rules of the single market well we do not have any say over the rules in America or Australia or brazil or India or indeed any of the other Countries in the World but we still export goods to them.

2 thoughts on “PM Statement on EU

  1. Totally with you on this David, I too feel that we could do so much better out of the EU. Frankly, I do not know how Cameron can look people in the eye when saying that he has got a good deal for the UK. Mind you, what else can you expect from a pathological liar of the first order? Certainly not the truth which the public deserve.

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