Douglas Carswell

02 JUN 2016

The EU can never be reformed

This week, William Hague claimed if we vote Remain the EU can be reformed. What does he think every UK government has tried and failed to do for the past 40 years?

Wasn't that what David Cameron's 'renegotiation' was meant to achieve?

If the Eurocrats won't concede any real reform when our membership is at stake, what do you think we'll get if we meekly submit and vote to stay?

If we vote to Remain, there will be risks. A failed Eurozone, massive EU unemployment, mass migration, and more.

Not being in the EU means being like most countries in the world – most of whom grow faster than those inside the EU.

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