On verge of a meltdown

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David Cameron is proceeding relentlessly with his “remain” campaign.

He is concentrating on factories with large employment numbers, together with regional visits around the country, predominately labour who favour the “stay in” vote.

To give him credit, he is an accomplished orator.

Clear and concise, never short of words, he can put it over persuasively.

But he has a glaring fault.

For some unknown reason he has an over-riding obsession with belonging to a federal state, ruled by Brussels.

I earnestly hope that the British people will take note of the quantity and quality of the “out” brigade.

Particularly the masses of intellectual and experienced professional members – a number of whom are risking their political future prospects.

How one man can try to sway his country to be governed by foreigners is, in my eyes, beyond belief.

In any case, I believe the EU is on the verge of obsolescence and meltdown.

Not only will we be better off outside the EU, but we will prosper unfettered beyond expectations, as we have always done in the past.

J W Bearby,

Tarnston Road,

Hartlepool.