Both leaders are losing their cases

On the ‘stay in’ EU side we have a lay person, Mr Cameron, contriving a legal document to say that Britain will reclaim control over its own judicial system.

While on the ‘Leave’ EU side we have the supreme legal mind of ex-Attorney General, Dominic Grieve, adamant that such a document would be worthless as all the EU treaties that Tories and Labour have signed us up to over the years supersedes any and all attempts to change them.

The only way that Britain can regain its judicial supremacy is to disengage with the EU and its treaties and become the independent world-leading nation that it used to be.

Twenty-three of Mr Cameron’s own Tory MPs lambast him over his EU negotiations that do not achieve what the public want.

While there is a split in the Labour party over national security there is the simmering rift in the Conservative party over EU membership.

Both leaders are losing their cases which bring into question whether there should be a vote of confidence.

Tony Smith

Brownbread Stud


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