Subsequently, frankly we're bored with it, the E.E.C. and the whole debacle surrounding leaving it.
However, there is one final point that needs to be made.
All this nonsense from liberal, Euro-fanatics that Britain currently gets 'free' trade access to Europe which will cost us more if we leave and that as a result we'll all be worse off, is plain garbage and patently wrong.
In actual fact, it's hard to see quite how it could possibly cost us more to deal with anyone, anywhere, frankly.
And that is because what they handily overlook and fail to mention, is that this country pays some 20 billion odd pounds a year, every year, in to the E.E.C. slosh fund, in order to have that tariff free access to European member states.
We then get about half of that back in the form of 'grants', but only to spend on what they deem it can and should be spent on.
As you do.
Let's just think about that for a minute shall we.
How much money do you think this country has given Europe, via the fascist protection racket of the E.E.C. cartel, over the last 40 odd years?
Some estimates suggest we have given them around half a trillion pounds in that time.
You do the maths.
Just think what we could have done with that money; it represents a large chunk of the national debt for a start.
Yet we continue to borrow money, to give to the E.E.C.
That's why we say it's hard to see how it is 'free' access, or how any trade with any other country, anywhere in the world, could cost us more.
Therefore, it's great news that we have the chance to leave and cease this madness.
And if private companies have to pay tariffs to trade with Europe, so be it.
Because we can then charge them to trade with us and as they sell us more than we sell them, we will have a surplus.
More money to the Treasury.
The good news just keeps on coming!
But there is a less obvious, although far more important point to note here if that ever comes to pass.
Let's pretend for a minute that we have left the clutches of the E.E.C. Stasi and now have to pay trade tariffs, in order to sell goods in to Europe.
The billions of pounds a year given to the E.E.C. every year simply to have 'free' trade with them, is taxpayer's money.
However, in the event of truly leaving the E.E.C. if private companies did face tariffs, then at least that will be at their cost.
In other words, rather than taxpayers footing the bill for free trade and therefore subsidizing supposedly private business, companies will have to pay their own bills.
Why on earth should taxpayers have to pay for private business to be able to trade with someone?
It's similar to whereby the taxpayer pays for the trains and track for Richard Branson, so that he can make money running it.
It's simply another method of transferring public money, to private individuals and at transferring it from the poor, to the rich at that.
Therefore, transferring any costs of trading with Europe from the public purse to the private wallet, is not only right and sensible, but represents even more good news.
The 10 billion odd pounds a year portion saved which the Government, aka the taxpayer, currently loses to the E.E.C. annually, together with any trade tariffs introduced in kind, would be more than enough to assist or soften any detrimental effects on British industry.
Not that we have any left, anyway.