Heard little about EU governance
MANY letters have been written over the last two years regarding the referendum to leave the glue of the European Union.
Discussions have been held regarding trade agreements, customs, borders and any financial difficulties which may arise. Little, however, has been discussed regarding the governance of the European Parliament, the European Commission, the European Council and the European Courts.
All of these departments have power to implement rules, edicts and regulations which, in some cases, supersede laws, rules and regulations in our own country, which we may not agree with and which may not be the best for our citizens, but which we have to accept. I have listened to and read about Brexit but have heard very little, if anything, about the governance of the European Union over the UK.
I have now come to the conclusion that we are only concerned with exiting the European Union from the point of view of trade, borders, customs and economy, and as important as these issues are it was not the whole point for which the referendum was held. Whether we voted for or against we have to be strong