European 'law' has primacy over British law; if British, Sovereign, Parliamentary law and European 'law' conflict, the European 'law' must take precedence.
Are you happy that British law, as made by elected members of Parliament, is subservient to European 'law'?
The 'law' and directives that are churned out from Europe emanate from unelected 'commissioners' and bureaucrats whom you have no way of challenging or indeed, getting rid of.
Forget the figures, Britain is a net contributor to the E.E.C. budget; consequently all these fools spouting on about how Britain benefits form European grants etc. are simply deluded.
Any money we get back by way of rebate, subsidies or grants is merely some of our own money trickling back.
And if the money comes by way of a grant, then by definition it has been agreed and decided how and what it must be spent on, by the E.E.C.
When we joined, part of the entry condition was that our territorial fishing waters were to become a 'common European resource'.
Hence why we have no fish or fishing industry left.
Go to Grimsby and see the empty, derelict docks and quayside factories and warehouses; then ask yourself why on Earth Spain should have any fishing rights in British waters which it gleefully trawls with factory ships.
You don't have to be in a political union with a country to trade with it and make no mistake about it, the European 'community' is just that.
Some 500 million odd people, the combined populations of the member states of the E.E.C. have a 'European' passport and as such, consequently have the right to come and live in Britain if they want to.
Saying no to the E.E.C. gravy train and voting to leave is not about the economy.
Not that that would suffer, far from it, it may well thrive,
It's about democracy.
Some of the Euro-fanatics say they know the E.E.C. isn't perfect but they can change it or it's better than nothing which frankly, is absurd.
Some people say that our government is just as bad; corrupt, useless and never listens to or does what we want.
I would broadly agree with that.
However, since when exactly did two wrongs make a right?
And you know what, at least we can vote for an alternative.
Think of your country and vote to leave the E.E.C. on June 23rd.
Last chance to get some of our democracy back.