Vague­ness from the Brexit camp

Harefield Gazette - - OPINION -

WITH ref­er­ence to the let­ter from Cliff Dixon, (May 25th), the anony­mous one on June 8th, and the let­ter from David Sea­man, the same date. Again ter­ri­ble dis­tor­tions and un­truths about the EU. In or­der to keep things short I will only re­spond to David Sea­man.

There has been NO re­lin­quish­ing of Sovereignty of Par­lia­ment. Quot­ing wars fought to pre­serve the ex­ist­ing po­lit­i­cal sit­u­a­tions at those times is an in­sult to all the ca­su­al­ties fight­ing against ex­trem­ist dom­i­na­tion. The Courts of Jus­tice are sov­er­eign, and I chal­lenge David to prove oth­er­wise.

I love the dis­mis­sive man­ner of “may be a de­cline”, with no time given, or jobs lost.

I find the Brexit camp have been de­lib­er­ately light on pos­i­tive in­for­ma­tion about con­se­quences of quit­ting. Bri­tain will be weaker if the Brexit camp win. DAVID MUNROE Brick­ett Close, Ruislip

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