Exiting the EU on June 23 is now a foregone conclusion.
In these last few months the concerned British public have taken a united interest in the forthcoming referendum.
By all present statistics the “out” brigade is leading by a considerable margin.
Should the inevitable come to fruition, the savings and advantages would be immense.
Collectively, including the £55million per day just for being a member of this disfunctional union in Brussels, plus all the other costly issues and restrictive laws passed by the EU, the savings would add up to billions of pounds per year.
The right strong government could kick-start the prosperity of this country, which it so richly deserves.
The glaring issues to be addressed immediately are too numerous to list but are so necessary.
J W Bearby,