As well they should

Listen to the people, Cameron.

Britain is marching towards the EU exit door today after eight out of 10 people voted to leave in a historic poll.

The biggest vote on this country’s ties to ­Brussels for 40 years saw 80 per cent say they no longer want to be in Europe, the ­Daily Express can reveal.

Some 14,581 people voted – 11,706 of them want the UK to quit compared with 2,725 who want to remain part of the EU.

The mini-referendum – the first on the issue since 1975 – was organised by two senior Tory backbenchers and a prospective Tory MP.

They believe the overwhelming result, which will be presented to David Cameron today, will force him to bring forward his planned in-or-out vote on the UK’s future in Europe to next year instead of 2017.

I wouldn’t sit up all night watching the results like I did during the Scotland Out Yes/No vote. The results wouldn’t be that shocking.

A useless currency and a library’s worth of insipid rules. For what benefit?

F-U to the EU

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1 Response to As well they should

  1. dustydog says:

    It’s important to stay in the EU, because when Greece defaults on its debt, somebody is going to have to give them more money.

    It’s important to stay in the EU and NATO, so other countries can demand your soldiers fight their wars, and demand your military secrets to sell to your enemies.

    It’s important to stay in the EU, because when the Race Wars start in a decade or so, you want to be straitjacketed into stupid rules that keep you from fighting the terrorists effectively.

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