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
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