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8 thoughts on “WE’RE ALL IN IT TOGETHER..THEN AGAIN…

  1. Very interesting but as Phantom implies this is meaningless without details of the sample and the context of the statistics.

    Nevertheless from my perspective it looks spot on! During my daily affairs I meet a wide range of people and seldom if ever meet anyone with a good word to say for the European project.

    Once you see through the lies and spin and see the EU for what it is it then becomes clear why we do not fit in and why we have made a dreadful mistake to abandon our Dominions in favour of fortress Europe. (See today’s Daniel Hannan blog in the Telegragh.)

    The thing that amazes me is that if ordinary folk understand this and how Europe has failed why can’t our political elite and the B-BBC? But then again – silly me – I do keep forgetting the lure of the gravy train and how our pampered elite all require sinecures when they have failed to deliver on home ground. As Enoch Powell suggested many years ago – all political careers end in failure. That was of course before they all discovered the endless bounty that is the EU.

    So finally – a parlour game – where is Clegg heading when the Coalition eventually hits the buffers? Of course……

  2. “Nevertheless from my perspective it looks spot on! During my daily affairs I meet a wide range of people and seldom if ever meet anyone with a good word to say for the European project.”

    It says net perception that EU membership is a good thing is about -3%. Which means, if we supplant that onto 50%, that 53% believe that EU membership is a bad thing and 47% believe it is a bad thing.

  3. I’ve always known Brits to be pretty skeptical about the notion of being a province in a Europe where the deck was seen to bit tilted against them.

    They didn’t create the misformed Euro, and they didn’t cause the Greeks to keep crooked books, and I’m not surprised that they are not even to have even more Europe at this time.

    I’m surprised that the Irish are as pro EU as they are, even after what they’ve been through.

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