As spring is nearly here before we know it we will be deciding our future as whether we wish to remain a part of the European Union.
Currently the UK is paying in approximately £55 million a day into the EU.
It has been estimated that we would instantly save £12 billion a year (this could be used to build 34 New hospitals).
The average UK household will save £933 a year.
So let’s look further at the benefits of leaving the EU.
1. Democracy: 65% of UK laws are influenced by the EU. Exiting this unelected union we would once again have full accountability of our laws.
2. Migration: From 2004-2010 1.5 million EU migrants moved to the UK. The EU border chief recently announced that at least a million more migrants will arrive in Europe this year alone.Migration poses a threat to lie income workers in our country. Migration accounts for one third of the deficit in social housing.
3. Money: as already mentioned we would all be better off with an additional £12billion a year for all in the UK.
4. Trade: UK exports to the rest of the world are growing three times as fast as the UK’s exports to the EU. As an EU Member the UK cannot enter into its own trade agreements rather than asking Brussels.
5. Yes ... we would still be in the Eurovision song contest-yes we could still play the Euro millions and yes we would still play in European champions league/championship in football.
So we can still all love Europe while exiting the EU.
In 1972 and 1994 Norway had two EU referendums both times they said no thanks and they are doing well as a European country outside the control of the EU.
So on 23rd of June we too can say no thanks to the EU. Find out more at LEAVE.EU