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Saturday, 2 July 2016

5 REASONS TO BE GRATEFUL THAT WE ARE OUT OF THE E.U




                  
    5 REASONS TO BE GRATEFUL THAT WE ARE OUT OF THE E.U.

The U.K give the E.U. around £350 million per week, £19 billion per year or just under £500 billion since 1973 less than half has come back in subsidies. Now all that money can be used at home.

They never wanted us in the first place. We were twice rejected for membership while mainly France and Italy worked out the Common Agriculture Policy, CAP. This allowed their small farms to compete in the open market by giving them subsidies to sell their goods at a competitive price. In other words it allowed these farms to undercut the price of our farmers. Look at the state of our farming industry now.

We are out of the organisation that gave us the epitomy of "the gravy train" in which people transported goods from one country to another and collected subsidies for simply moving the goods between countries.

There are around 785  M.E.P.s who are paid around €100,000  plus expenses, plus pension, plus £300 per day for turning up. It was discovered a few years ago that they could'nt be bothered to do even that. To claim this expense they had to sign in but many were sending their underlings to do it for them, unluckily the press got wind and photographed these going on's. The E.U. responded in it's usual fashion and banned press photography from the building.

The E.U. have never published their accounts, they can't balance their books. We hand over billions to an organisation cannot tell you what they are spending our money on. Have you ever applied for funding from our government?. They want to know what the money is being spent on down to the last penny and they are legally obliged to do so. Yet they get away with handing over billions to the E.U. without knowing what the money is being spent on. A matter for Inspecter Knacker surely?




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