Bank of England boss Mark Carney seems to have aroused a contentious furore in the Brexit hierarchy.
They strongly oppose his observations regarding his presumptuous economic shocks.
This uplift for the “stay in” brigade will be like food and drink to the Prime Minister.
It will be reiterated loud and clear in his relentless tirade against the Brexits.
Senior Cabinet ministers have already suggested that Cameron should be preparing for a possible exit strategy.
It should be his duty.
With his stubborn refusal even to contemplate any such results, his efforts and concentration in this direction are liable to be very half-hearted and negative.
Therefore a separate body could be introduced to make absolutely certain that the correct and proper procedure be introduced immediately.
In a nutshell, to remain in the EU and be governed forever by foreign bureaucrats in Brussels, costing £55million a day, the future prospect for this once great country is too frightening to contemplate.
The British people deserve to have their country back.
J W Bearby,