YOUR LETTERS: PM makes naive and silly comments over EU

Prime Minster David Cameron leaves 10 Downing Street in London for the House of Commons to argue the case for staying within the European Union ahead of the vote on 23rd of June. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday February 22, 2016. See PA story POLITICS EU. Photo credit should read: John Stillwell/PA Wire PPP-160223-100708001
Prime Minster David Cameron leaves 10 Downing Street in London for the House of Commons to argue the case for staying within the European Union ahead of the vote on 23rd of June. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday February 22, 2016. See PA story POLITICS EU. Photo credit should read: John Stillwell/PA Wire PPP-160223-100708001
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While I have, more or less, made up my mind as to which way I will vote in the EU referendum, I am quick and willing to read all that I can to ensure I have all the facts – not the scare mongering, not the fear factor for or against Brexit – but some actual accurate and full facts.

Mr Turp says Mr Cameron speaks ‘truthfully from the heart’, yet all we hear are naive silly comments that we would expect from a petulant child, not strong, factual comments that could actually get people to listen to him.

He is not enhancing his image with his short boy-like spats or boasts of his ‘achievements’ with the EU.

Mr Turp’s letter was most stirring and I did, honestly, read it with interest. But, sorry, he went on a bit too long.

While I agree with some things he said, he did not convince me to change my thoughts.

High-profile politicians and businessmen have maintained that we would benefit from leaving the EU.

The chief of MI6 tells us that our security would be best served out of the EU.

I do not need to remind you of the recent atrocities in Belgium and Paris – much of it because of lack of intelligence between the countries and because of open borders giving easy access.

Oh yes, our little island is, and always was, despite what Mr Turp says, a means of keeping out the unwanted.

Others maintaining we should stay in the EU have tried to make their points by daft threats, not actual intelligent points to read and take into consideration.

I leave you with this, Mr Turp ... Britain has led and educated the world for centuries with industry, politics, finance and science.

Has a few years of being a member of the EU taken those skills from us, leaving us non-self-governable morons?