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OliverJohnstone posted..

Sam - it is comments that you have made like "Wow, Oliver are you getting rattled?" and "No answer? " just seems to be unnecessarily catty. However your choice.

So you accept there are issues with immigration in London and South. What about Birmingham? Manchester? The North East?
All of these areas have issued with immigration from EU and non EU countries - just because you do not see it doesn't mean it doesn't exist. If you speak to people in some areas of Manchester, the story will be different.

Turning to the issue of sovereignty, I don't want the UK parliament or the Government to give away sovereignty and power to the European Union. It makes me as a citizen less powerful. I fail to see where the logical inconsistency is in wanting the UK to retain its sovereignty, whether it is given voluntarily by Parliament or forcibly taken by an external entity.

If we assume your scenario was true, that we stayed in and Britain did not integrate further into the European Union over the next 20 years, it would be completely at odds with the experiences we have had thus far with Europe. Many European politicians consider our referendum lock and our opt-outs a bit of a joke. They no one way or the other that we will be led down the path either way.