PERHAPS I thought the subject was closed, yet with each new letter in the Observer there becomes more about Brexit and still people cannot seem to answer my questions.
The latest from Mr Grady (September 21) doesn’t help. What are these EU rules that do us harm?
He quotes the fishermen who like the farmers are deeply worried about us leaving.
How do we feed 65 million people in this island without European help which will be there but at a higher cost?
Secondly he obviously does not realise the effect on unemployment with the car manufacturers making plans to leave.
In fact he quotes about unemployment being down which is rubbish.
Apart from the over a million on zero-hours contracts does he not know after six months you are taken off the job seekers allowance and therefore not on the figures?
That is only the reason the “massaged” figures are down.
The question remains that since most of our trade is with Europe, who are we going to trade with and what have we got to trade with?
Seventy per cent of our economy is services. America, Canada, China, don’t make me laugh.
None of these countries will help us, only if it’s a one-sided deal.
All we will get is the chlorine-washed chickens from America (which Europe bans) in return for a stake in our NHS.
As for China, we all know how one-sided that will be. No doubt we will be swamped with all that cheap inferior Chinese steel which America and the EU place a heavy subsidy on.
No-one is going to do us a favour.
Each day there are more problems raised.
Brexit will only be good for the wealthy and most of their money going abroad anyway.
I only hope the people don’t regret the vote but everything [suggests] ordinary people will. David Entwistle via email