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EU - I'm in a quandary

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Riverwalk Fri 03-Jun-16 08:39:39

I can't be the only one!

I'm minded to vote out - the main reason being the free movement of capital and labour has resulted in a very low-wage economy and zero-hours contracts (gravy train, inefficiency, lack of democracy, vested interests, etc., also play a part).

However, how can I be on the same side as Bozzer, Gove, Fox, Farage et al - I wouldn't normally give them the time of day. Apart from Gisela Stuart I can't think of any politician I'd be remotely connected to.

Surely the Big Beasts in politics, academia & sciences, unions, etc. can't all be wrong?

As I said, a quandary confused

jinglbellsfrocks Thu 23-Jun-16 23:08:35

Wouldn't Farage have to get his seat back before he could move on to the Lords? And Ian Duncan Smith is out of the government now. He resigned. (to ww)

Interesting about the letter signed by MPs telling Cameron it is his duty to stay on, whichever way it goes.