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Britain's Political Poltergeist

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Why take some powers back from Europe?Why not just quit?

Have a referendum Mr Cameron and be done with it....

Leave the EU, deport the immigrants, execute the crims and he'd take 80% of parliment.

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To be honest, why should anyone care what a German newspaper thinks?

The only people Cameron should be listening to are the British people, not those who write Der Spiegel.

Polls shows that most British people are now Eurosceptic and want to leave the EU. It is these people that Cameron should be listening to by giving us the EU in/out referendum that most of us wants. He should take no notice of a Europhile foreign newspaper.

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To be honest, why should anyone care what a German newspaper thinks?

The only people Cameron should be listening to are the British people, not those who write Der Spiegel.

Polls shows that most British people are now Eurosceptic and want to leave the EU. It is these people that Cameron should be listening to by giving us the EU in/out referendum that most of us wants. He should take no notice of a Europhile foreign newspaper.

Who tells you he does? Besides, were you to actually read the article instead of polemizing against the nationality of the author you might learn something.

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It is more than that. With the EU money Britain could have kept being the industrial power it was until the 40s, it would have had the ready made markets to sell above its own requirements with free access. Yes,it would have come at the price of helping the other European nations to develop, but that just would have broadened the markets making more business.

That was not what Mrs. Thatcher had in mind for the future but she wanted Britain to go the dead end way of becoming a Services Economy. So she insisted on the rebate.The rest is known.

When Britain joined under Wilson the idea was to strengthen the country and compensate for the lost colonies. The Tories had a different idea.

Yet more tripe.

If anything has held the British economy back it is Brussels.

It was Brussels more than anything else which destroyed what was a very important part of the British economy - its fishing industry. It vastly shrunk in size Britain's once-mighty fishing fleet, leaving it a shadow of its former self, putting thousands of men out fo work whilst, at the same time, it threw thousands of pounds of British taxpayers' money to countries like Ireland, France and Spain to enable them to build up their fishing fleets so that they can fish in BRITISH waters.

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Who tells you he does? Besides, were you to actually read the article instead of polemizing against the nationality of the author you might learn something.

I don't care what the nationality of the author is.

The opinions of Der Spiegel or any other foreign enwspaper means nothing to me.

The fact is that most British people are eurosceptic. The Spiegel may not like that but it's the truth. Therefore Cameron should, right now, be giving us the EU in/out referendum which polls also show most British people want and give us the opportunity to vote to leave the EU.

The opinions of the Spiegel are unimportant.

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Ref the E.U. I am British, GET ME OUT OF HERE !

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yes because british people hate unelected elites so much we have a head of state and a second house full of the idiots.

There are no unelected politicians which rule Britain - except Brussels bureaucrats.

we have as a nation missed the boat on europe

Yeah. That boat is called the Titanic.

as for farage hitler spoke quite eloquently about a single issue on europe as well and we all know how that turned out.

Hitler and Farage have no similarities with each other whatsoever.

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his problem is he can't really afford to is Britain to remain relevant. While most Britons may be happy with a role like Iceland and Greenland, British politicians are certainly not.

The British want a role which 87% of the countries in the world have.

Britain will be a far more powerful and relevant country on the world stage as an independent, sovereign nation outside the EU than it would be if it were just one EU state amongst several having to pander to everything the Brussels Sprouts tell it do as part of a politcal organisation that is in terminal decline on the world stage.

So come on Cameron - Give us the referendum NOW.

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