By Jeff Maynard
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Eurosceptic is the complete pocket guide to the EU Referendum (23rd June 2016). Use it for your own guidance or to help fellow voters understand why Vote Leave is the way forward
Everything you need to know (all the facts and figures) about voting for the UK to leave the EU.
Detailed Sections include:
AFTER WE LEAVE
The gloom merchants are trying to make you b believe all will be bad after we leave - this is just not true and this section explains how and why we will prosper.
The Prime Minister claims to have secured a new and reformed membership deal for the UK. Notwithstanding that the deal can (and probably will) be overturned by the European Parliament or the European Court of Justice, there new terms do nothing to secure our borders, return our sovereignty, improve our defence, save us money or meet any of the other claims. All is explained.
Just how much we pay to be a member of the EU is spelled out in eye-watering detail.
Just who sets out laws and decides who can come here and who we can expel? Not,a s you might think or hope. the Government if Whitehall - our sovereignty has been exported to the unelected bureaucrats in Brussels.
Although we are not part of the Schengen area, we do not have control of out borders - any citizen of any EU member country is free to enter the UK; valuable contributors from the Commonwealth and other countries cannot come in.
Much is made in the press of the likes of the CBI and charities campaigning for stating in but omits to mention the huge grants these organisations receive from the EU. This section provides some unbiased views...
As mentioned above, any citizen of the EU (soon to include Turkey??) can enter the UK without a job and do whatever they choose to do. Commonwealth citizens and citizens of other non-EU nations cannot enter the UK even with the most valuable qualifications.
TRADE & INVESTMENT
Much is made of the loss of the 'single market' if we leave. But all of Europe (from Iceland in the noters to Turkey in the south enjoys free trade. International law provides for a 'presumption of continuity' for the various trade deals we now have (through the EU) with some countries - this means it is not all doom and gloom when we leave but, rather, stays the same until we choose to negotiate better terms.
The EU is on a path to create a European Army - do we really want to let a mixed bag of European soldiers defend out country? The EU is also seeking to take over our seat on the UN Security Council.
As well s the main sections described, Eurosceptic provides a set of interesting quotes illustrating just what some European leaders think of us, a list of further (more detailed) reading, and a list of email and social media contacts.
What's New in Version 1.6.045
Added a section debunking the ten myths in the government's remain leaflet (the one distributed to every household at taxpayers' expense!)
Corrected some unforgivable typos!
- Category: Reference
- Updated: Apr 27, 2016
- Version: 1.6.045
- Size: 14.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Jeff Maynard
- © Jeff Maynard
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.