SIR – John Bruton, former Taoiseach, appears to see himself as the Irish version of Tony Blair, telling everyone in Britain they ‘must’ stay inside the EU, regardless of the democraticvote which told John and Tony that Britain is leaving. What part of this democratic expression do they not understand?
Bruton says that the UK ‘needs another six years to reconsider voting again to stay’ within the EU shambles. Oh really?
Why would this happen, exactly, when the facts point to continuing austerity and unemployment, which for a decade has been the policies for all of us, by Brussels, Berlin and Paris?
Voting for a better way of life by the powerful population of Britain was the most sensible route to take when the very national laws of each member State in the EU is under the process of being usurped or changed by that dictatorial bloc.
In Ireland we are still blind to this, even though by us passing some EU referendums and being made to change others after we were naughty, we cannot now even hold a referendum to leave the EU. This was a clause in one of those decrees we signed up to. Where is the freedom of nations in such a regulation?
We now begin to learn that this little republic has no power or even the tiniest say in Britain’s negotiations with the EU. We do not count in all of this ... and why should we?
John Bruton and his likes are just blustering has-beens who are never listened to, no matter how much they get paid to waffle on and on.
Britain has won all of their vital battles and saved Europe when it was called upon, twice in the 20th century. This is a world power which will not be pushed around by Irish-EU yabber-jabberers, or the supposed heavy-hitters in EU headquarters. Britain will be progressing long after the European Union tyranny is long gone.
The latest news from Westminister shows that pulling away from listening to all of the EU threats and demands is a real decision that may not be so far away.
Is this suitable to Mr Bruton, even when it is none of his business?
Just be quiet, sir. The British believe in the decision of the ballot box.