Dutch voters reject the EU elite

Firebrand Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders casts his vote in a non-binding referendum on the EU-Ukraine association agreement in The Hague, Netherlands, on Wednesday. The vote was seen by opponents of the 28-nation EU bloc as an opportunity to express their anger at alleged lack of democratic rights for EU citizens.(AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
Firebrand Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders casts his vote in a non-binding referendum on the EU-Ukraine association agreement in The Hague, Netherlands, on Wednesday. The vote was seen by opponents of the 28-nation EU bloc as an opportunity to express their anger at alleged lack of democratic rights for EU citizens.(AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

The Dutch referendum result is yet another rejection of the EU at the ballot box and by a massive margin of 62%-38%.

There is a long history of peoples across Europe voting against the demands of the European Union elite whenever they are given the opportunity.

The discontent with the anti-democratic nature of the European Union, its blunders, its costs and its waste is not unique to people here.

Voters in the Northern Ireland will have the same opportunity on 23rd June, an opportunity to vote leave and take control of our money, our laws and our future.

The Dutch victory was achieved despite the opposition of the Dutch government.

We can do the same here despite the government wasting £9m of our money on pumping out misleading pro-EU propaganda and scare stories.

Lee Reynolds, NI Vote Leave Regional Director