Re: Second referendum (non County)
There is no reason though why we cant still have close international relations. The four freedoms, well if fom was in fact fow (workers) which it was originally worded as I wouldnt complain about it, no real problem with the others. Chlorinated chicken, the public will decide on that anyway, I dont need anybody telling me what I should eat, just give me the facts on what is wrong or right and I will decide as the end user. The health comment, yes I can see a danger there but I dont think we will ever lose the NHS.Rely on the empire, no, but we will still be trading with the EU, it wont stop, fact of life is that if a Spanish farmer has a field of lettuce and the people of the UK want to buy lettuce then that farmers lettuce will find its way here.
My biggest problem with EU is not anything you mention there, it is law making by people who dont have the same cultural views as myself, I am obviously aware of vetos and suchlike but just believe that if a law that in anyway effects the UK then it should be made by citizens of the UK, quite happy for them to have regs regarding any goods that may be going to the EU, they as our customers have the right to set standards as I do with my suppliers, but I dont believe that say a Greek(nothing against them at all) should be voting on anything we can do in our country, purely because they have such different views, not saying they are wrong, they are just different, as we all are.
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