UK net contributions to EU could make up shortfall in Local Authority funding

Much is talked about the EU. Many people don’t like the loss of sovereignty. Some object to laws being made elsewhere. Yet others find the EU being run by an unelected commission fundamentally wrong.

Many others are happy to trade with Europe but don’t want political Union.

What must be a common issue is the UK paying more into the EU than it gets out, year after year after year. This net contribution looks roughly like the amount of reduced funding to local authorities.

Libraries, youth service, old folks, social care, roads, parks, bins, waste disposal, school music services, children’s services, looked after children or EU vanity and political projects. No brainier to me.

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One thought on “UK net contributions to EU could make up shortfall in Local Authority funding

  1. A pity your boss – despite all his tough talk which nobody believes a word of – doesn’t intend doing anything about it.

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