From: CL Moore, Wolfe Close, Cottingham.
IN his House of Lords speech, author Michael Dobbs (The Yokshire Post, March 15) repeated a quote from the French magazine Le Point that, in 2016, Michel Barnier was reported to have said: “I’ll have done my job, if, in the end, the deal is so tough on the British that they’d prefer to stay in the EU.”
I fear that Great Britain is being forced towards kowtowing to the weight of numbers ranged against us which is headed by a team of “negotiators” of this spiteful nature.
From: Aled Jones, Southcliffe Road, Bridlington.
THE EU embodies an insidious tradition of propping up its less able members, while relying on the richer states like Britain to gracefully foot the bill.
It certainly is a sad affair when Spain and Italy both owe one trillion each – everybody in May’s government knows that this is the reason why the bureaucrats won’t let us just walk away.
They will continue to stall our withdrawal and frustrate every attempt we make to regain control of our economic future. It is simply a matter of cold-blooded necessity.
Without Britain, the French and German economies will be left with an unserviceable debt that may collapse them.