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Old 12th Dec 2013, 10:44
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Capetonian
 
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I'm sure it will still have the ukippers frothing at the mouth at the mere suggestion that we might actually be able to find a way to stay in the EU.
Not so. The underlying principles of it as a free trade and movement union are sound, it's all the peripheral bullshit and costly infrastructures that are destructive. It has gone too far in terms of the freedom of movement, the union has over extended itself in all senses of the word, and needs to pull back. Whether that is achievable or not is another story as there are too many vested interests, or snouts in the trough to put it more directly.
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