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Brexit - 10 June 2016

One of Britain's leading businessmen has told his 6,000 employees in the UK that there is "very little to fear" from leaving the European Union and he is confident that the country can "stand on its own two feet". In the first such letter from a Brexit supporter to his workforce, Lord Bamford, chairman of JCB, set out the case for leaving the bloc, saying that it was of "diminishing economic importance". - The Times

 

Margaret Thatcher's defence secretary during the Falklands War has suspended his membership of the Conservative Party because of David Cameron's "tirade of fear" during the EU referendum campaign. Sir John Nott, who served in the Government between 1979 and 1983, has warned that Mr Cameron and George Osborne have "poisoned the debate" with their "frenetic" warnings about the consequences of a Brexit. - The Telegraph.

We are reminded by the "in campaign" that in leaving  the EU it will make the NHS worse of ?    The EU do not fund the NHS or pensions at all, you pay directly for this in your national insurance contributions which are then funded by the UK government.

Farming 

Speaking at the launch of Farmers for Britain and marking the publication of a new Vote Leave leaflet, the Minister of State for Farming, Food and the Marine Environment, George Eustice MP, will set out his vision for how farmers in the UK will be better off after we Vote Leave.

He is expected to say:

 ‘Let's get one thing straight.  The UK government will continue to give farmers and the environment as much support - or perhaps even more - as they get now.’

‘The Prime Minister has made that clear and I agree with him.  After all, non-EU countries like Switzerland and Norway actually give more support to their farmers than we do.’

'In the scheme of things, the amount of money spent on our countryside and wildlife is very modest when compared with spending on other departments.  But we could spend our money more effectively if we had control.’ 

Fisheries in the UK blighted by EU laws? not a fish in sight or a once proud industry

They still catch the same quantities of fish, but the UK can only catch up to 20% of its quota  once landing over 12 thousand boxes a day and now just 100 boxes "from our own territorial waters?" who is kidding who. The E.U

Its the British Government that has given this away the rights to fish, and we now have no power to get this business and trade back from the E.U in Brussels, not to mention our livelihoods. Utter madness.

There could be no more eloquent epitaph on the destruction of Britain’s once-proud fishing industry than the recent revelation that 23 per cent of the entire fishing quota Brussels allows Britain now goes to a single giant Dutch trawler, 'The Cornelis Vrolij', to land all its catches in Holland.

Few people under 50 can recall a time when Britain had Europe’s largest fishing fleet and 80 per cent of all its fishing waters.  Telegraph

 

Britain have no political powers in Europe, NONE. The E.U was set up to be run by capitalist's, They hold the top position's in power and they are not elected. You can't remove them from office, they are not accountable to anybody and neither to any political EU member governments, they do what they want! 

Remember you would be giving up your right for elected democracy -"self rule in the UK forever?" a system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives" See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYqzcqDtL3k.

I think that many voters from other parties would certainly back Boris Johnson if he ran for the prime ministers position. He has to be one of the most credible politicians of today's world.

 

John Birkett / Gary Parker

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