There is a glaring inconsistency in the way they continually criticise the 'centralisation' of government, as remote; discrediting 'monolithic' institutions whilst at the same time persisting with their paradoxical argument for membership of the E.E.C. which is indeed monolithic by any definition and manages to be both remote and centralised.
It's a similar nonsensical position to that of the SNP in Scotland, or indeed anyone who subscribes to the very notion of independence.
On the one hand they claim to want to govern themselves and be an independent, sovereign nation, free from what many consider as 'foreign' governance, yet on the other hand they want to remain part of the E.E.C. and indeed want to re-join, in the event of Scottish independence.
A ludicrously inconsistent position, as the E.E.C. is simply a much larger and even more remote, undemocratic political union which represents precisely all that they apparently purport to despise about a union with Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
And if nothing else, one which most certainly is foreign, by any definition.