Response to Government leaflet, part 4: ‘[no] significant access to the Single Market’

In its leaflet, on page 8 of the pdf, the Government claims that no country has so far:

managed to secure significant access to the Single Market, without having to:

• follow EU rules over which they have no real say

• pay into the EU

• accept EU citizens living and working in their country

 

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Response to government leaflet, part 1: ‘we will not join the euro’

The government has announced that it is sending out to 27 million homes a 16-page leaflet, making its case for Britain to remain in the EU. I am quite surprised by how outrageously biased it is. And also by how poorly written and argued. I was shocked by the following statement on the first page of the leaflet (page 2 of the pdf):

The UK has secured a special status in a reformed EU:

  • we will not join the euro

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