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  1. #1 It is Time for Britain to leave the European Union. 
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    "The Daily Express: GET BRITAIN OUT OF EUROPE

    THE Daily Express today becomes the first national newspaper to call for Britain to leave the European Union.

    From this day forth our energies will be directed to furthering the cause of those who believe Britain is Better Off Out.

    The famous and symbolic Crusader who adorns our masthead will become the figurehead of the struggle to repatriate British sovereignty from a political project that has comprehensively failed.

    After far too many years as the victims of Brussels larceny, bullying, over-regulation and all-round interference, the time has come for the British people to win back their country and restore legitimacy and accountability to their political process.

    *** CLICK HERE NOW TO SIGN OUR ONLINE PETITION TO QUIT THE EU ***

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    Following the debacle of the Lisbon Treaty – disgracefully imposed upon the public without the referendum they were promised by the three main political parties – many had expected matters European to take a lower profile in British politics.

    But the opposite has been true as those on board the European gravy train have mounted one power grab after another.

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    'The Euro Game Is Up! Who the hell do you think you are?' - Nigel Farage MEP

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    Germany is fed up with pouring their hard earned money into countries that economies that are failing. When Spain goes down the tube, Germany will withdraw and that will be the end of the Euro.
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    I've always found it odd that the UK has one foot in and one foot out the door of the EU. They still use the pound sterling as currency while everyone else has the Euro dollar, yet they claim to be part of the EU.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tecate View Post
    I've always found it odd that the UK has one foot in and one foot out the door of the EU. They still use the pound sterling as currency while everyone else has the Euro dollar, yet they claim to be part of the EU.
    Isn't there a number of overlapping "EU Economic Zones"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tecate View Post
    I've always found it odd that the UK has one foot in and one foot out the door of the EU. They still use the pound sterling as currency while everyone else has the Euro dollar, yet they claim to be part of the EU.
    That's on page one in the very slim paperback volume entitled "The Wise Decisions of Gordon Brown". Tony Blair wanted into the Euro like a ferret up a trouser leg, and Gordo said no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hampshirebrit View Post
    That's on page one in the very slim paperback volume entitled "The Wise Decisions of Gordon Brown". Tony Blair wanted into the Euro like a ferret up a trouser leg, and Gordo said no.
    funny illustration, that...because I think there's a place in the UK where putting a ferret down your trousers is an actual SPORT, so that doesn't tell me anything... well at least not anything good. :p

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