Category Archives: Red Tape No Reason to Leave EU

Reflections on Brexit – 3. A Question of Sovereignty

In the third of his three articles Reflexions on Brexit – 3. A Question of Sovereignty, Michael Carberry writes that: “The exit camp seemed to be the ones with the big ideas  – in particular that by leaving Britain would “regain … Continue reading

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Reflections on Brexit – 2. The Great Delusion

Michael Carberry, a long term British citizen resident abroad in France, does not have the right to vote (due to the 15-year-limit) but is well-qualified to comment (you can view his profile in his first of three articles “The Great Mistake”) on … Continue reading

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Reflections on Brexit – 1. The Great Mistake (A Political Folly! )

Michael Carberry, a long term British citizen resident abroad in France, does not have the right to vote (due to the 15-year-limit) but is well-qualified to comment (see profile below) on the EU Referendum and the possibility of Brexit. We … Continue reading

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Too Much Red Tape is No Reason to leave EU!

The “Vote leave” campaign can now be expected to focus on the sensitive issue of  “uncontrolled immigration” as its main argument for Brexit, with the latest figures on net migration to the UK rising to 333,000 – the second highest on record. Its … Continue reading

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