The Case

Money well spent? What do you think…

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The Office of National Statistics published figures in late November which showed that in 2012 the UK’s gross contribution to the European Union hit £19.2 billion, a more than 5% increase from the previous year. We are now giving the equivalent of £52.5 million each day to the EU. With receipts at just over £8 billion (down from 2009 due to the Labour government giving up our Rebate) that means our net contribution in 2010 was a staggering £10.8 billion, up from £7.3 billion the year before.
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Here’s some food for thought – £10.8billion each year could be spent on:
- 68 new hospitals (at £150 million each)
- 381,481 more nurses (at £27,000 average salary)
- 265,218 more police officers (at £38,836 average salary)
- 432 new schools (at £25million each).
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It is increasingly clear that we would be Better Off Out. 70% want a referendum; 84% of the nation have never had their say.
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