Local voters also oppose aspects of the EU’s TTIP trade deal but trade policy is decided by the EU, not the UK.
The EU can speak on our behalf on foreign affairs, which affects the security of British people.
Plans to strengthen European foreign policy and back it with European armed forces have been delayed until after the referendum. According to the President of the EU Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker:
Such an army would help us design a common foreign and security policy.
And on this issue, Field Marshal Lord Guthrie now backs Leave.
The EU is heading in only one direction: ever closer union. Let’s leave and make our own laws in our own country.
For the change we need, vote to Leave on 23rd June.