I’ll tell you what I want

What are the two sides of the EU debate saying about the economic risks of staying or leaving?
What are the two sides of the EU debate saying about the economic risks of staying or leaving?
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If I vote ‘to remain’ – then I shall be supporting all of the following:

n Open borders with the EU continuing forever.

n Live animal exports being allowed to continue.

n Accounts never properly signed off.

n Rule by bureaucrat rather than by elected politicians.

n Subsidising farming of bulls for bullfights.

n An EU whose share of world trade has halved since 1980.

n An EU with taxpayer-costing corruption into billions annually.

n Loss of The City to Frankfurt.

n Higher cost of living as we can only sometimes gain access to best world prices.

n The continuing ecological tragedy which is our fishing industry.

n The inability to lend proper help to steel and similar.

n Bossed by Brussels when we all want democracy more locally.

n Third world countries often having their exports so tariff-ridden that they cannot escape poverty by trading.

I think I could easily treble this list.

Is this what you want – what you really, really want?

Les Arnott

Athelstan Road, Sheffield, S13