Membership of the European Union is failing to boost Britain’s influence

So why would thinking Britains want to go on wasting $80M a day subsidizing this complete crock of incompetent Socialist Carpet Baggers?

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (L) talks to European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso during a European Union leaders summit in Brussels June 27, 2014. Image source.

David Cameron's failure to influence his peers over the appointment of Jean-Claude Juncker proves that Britain is powerless in the EU.

The Telegraph
30 June 2014

SIR – We are often told by Europhiles that the reason Britain must stay in the European Union is that, if we left, we would have no influence; the naming of Jean-Claude Juncker as President of the European Commission shows we have none anyway. We might just as well leave at the earliest opportunity and pocket the £50 million-plus-per-day it costs us to be ignored.

Ian Goddard
Wickham, Hampshire

SIR – The EU operates in the same way as Fifa. Everyone knows both organisations are mismanaged by second-rate people, but the members don’t want to rock the boat in case they miss out on the perks.

Laurence Heath
Wokingham, Berkshire

SIR – Britain needs independence from the EU if it is to become a major partner with China. The EU’s aggressive confrontations with Russia are hardly the road along which Britain should be traveling.

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