We didn't see it coming

We didn't see it coming

We didn't see it coming

First published in Letters

WITH regard to Mr David
Drew’s letter 9th May.
People in the UK did vote
to join the single market,
which may well have been a
good thing. They did not,
however, anticipate this
“common market” becoming
a European superstate run
by an unelected politburo.
I, for one, did not need to
be “scared” by UKIP to
decide that UKIP policies
were most in tune with what
I would like to see for my
country.
I also believe the idea that
all member states would vote
unanimously to allow
Britain to change any
treaties/agreements in any
way is quite foolish.
It might be possible to get a
majority vote but that is not
good enough, therefore the
only answer is to leave altogether.
 

Elaine Rigby
Goodworth Clatford

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