First, in 1975, we voted to stay in the Common Market. Nothing was said about a federal super-state and premier Ted Heath kept it quiet.
Then, in 2016, the government abdicated its responsibility to us and got a surprise result.
The EU has never accounted properly for our money which it spends and I will be pleased to leave it.
Despite what some people claim, we will not be leaving Europe – we can’t. Not only are we tied to Europe geographically but we have a million links involving all aspects of civilised life, and many of us have friends and family there. The more difficult the EU makes if for us to leave, the more determined we must be to leave. Only then might the EU realise that it must change and not the nations upon which it is based.