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Chris de Luca
commented 2019-09-05 18:51:25 +0100
I would like to courteously challenge your recent pamphlet, if you have no interest in listening to other points of view then I waste my time I know. A key plank of the Remainer argument is to ignore that our relationship with EU/EU relationships is a static one (with the honourable exception of Mr Sasvari!)


Bearing in mind how this has changed over the last 40 years and that successive PMs since G Brown have signed away rights to veto, what security can be given that EU legislation will not fully encircle and squeeze the UK so that the only economic option (and the main thrust of your of arguments is based on that) is to join the euro at some point? What insight can you and your experts shine on how things will change over the next 10 years as you are, understandably, only focussing on the now?


The top 3 economies in the eurozone are struggling and the euro is only held together for political expediency. It is understandably run for the benefit of Germany. 30% of the EU GDP is theirs so that makes sense except for the strain it puts on many of the Southern and Eastern countries. France has been in breach of ECB budget rules 15 out of the last 19 years, which produces a slap on the wrist – compare that to the sanctions meted out to Italy and Greece. The UK only has the influence to that France and Germany allow, it is naïve to think otherwise.


It was NATO that kept the peace, the EU’s arrogant expansion eastwards was always going to be provocative to Russia hence what has happened in the Crimea and Ukraine. With Germany heavily dependent on Russian gas there will be no strong EU response here if matters get worse.


While there is a Scottish Parliament the SNP will NEVER stop pushing for independence, if we do remain, there next excuse will be ‘well we might as well be ruled directly by Brussells rather than via Westminster’ and, with my wife’s family coming from Fife, you have no idea how sad that makes me.


Whether we leave or remain, the country is badly split (due to the language and behaviour of all MPS from all sides) and perhaps reasoned discourse may help to resolve this therefore, if you wish to hear what else I want to say then please let me know – if not, that’s ok , we shall retreat behind our barricades!
Peter Todd
commented 2019-07-28 18:29:30 +0100
Market stall holders selling fresh fruit and veg on local markets will be badly affected by no deal and potentially coud go out of business are there any leaflets we could distribute to these stalls and their customers which demonstrate the impact of no deal brexit on them
Elizabeth Wywial
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Joao Coelho
commented 2019-01-03 13:50:44 +0000
Hello, my name is João Coelho and I am a Regional Coordinator for the Renew Party in Leicester. I am contacting you because I would like us to work closely together and to find out if any of your members or supporters would be happy to get more involved in the Renew Party. If you would like to find out more please contact me.
Tony Abbey
commented 2018-02-17 11:19:52 +0000
Where are you in Jubilee Square?
Joanne Harris
commented 2017-12-09 10:44:43 +0000
Karan Chadha
commented 2017-11-06 15:09:04 +0000
Hi, What time does it start tonight? Is it 5pm or 5:30pm??