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Know your facts on Brexit

In defence of Mr Wilson’s original letter on the referendum and K.W. Newby’s factually inaccurate response published in the Chichester Observer (November 29), I would refer K.W. Newby to the House of Commons briefing paper 07212 (dated 3/6/15) which pointed out to all MPs and House of Lords that the Brexit referendum was advisory only, so would not be binding on Parliament nor Government. Chichester

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Brexit: Why I am supporting a people’s vote

Brexit: Why I am supporting a people’s vote

Like so many of us, I am horrified by the crisis engulfing our country. Some in parliament are convinced they are right and 99 percent of economists around the world are wrong, as they try and edge our country towards ‘no deal’.

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Britain can restore control once out of the EU

One of the big issues with the UK’s dealings with the EU has been the disconnect between what politicians have said about various Treaties and what the (legally tortuous) text actually resulted in – an incremental march towards a single European State.

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Britain needs to just get out of the EU and trade

John Wilton is wrong when he says that the Referendum was only advisory; the Government said that it would respect the will of the people; both main parties included supporting Brexit in the more recent election, so, whoever won, Brexit was and is the UK’s policy.

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