From: Peter Clarke, Oxenhope, Keighley.
I BELIEVE the upcoming European referendum result will be a foregone conclusion.
Social engineering of the British people since the 1960s has assured me those who would wish to remain in the EU will win.
The vast majority of the British people who vote have been brainwashed and manipulated carefully over the past 50 years or so, social engineering has dulled the minds of the majority so much so that most are not even aware of it, many believing the actions of the state and big business to be right.
From: Paul Brown, Bents Green Road, Sheffield.
LOOKING at our governments in Whitehall and Brussels, it is difficult to decide which is the least incompetent when it comes to the important issues of today.
The only point which I can see in favour of Brussels is that it has been European money which has funded the development of new industrial estates in areas where heavy industry and coal mining have disappeared.
From: Rick Sumner, Cliff Road, Hornsea.
I WOULD urge all Labour party members and trades unionists to cast their votes so that we can free ourselves from this corrupt organisation which in no way represents the needs and aspirations of British working people and will never give industry here the support it requires.
From: Mr M. J. Thompson, Goodison Boulevard, Cantley, Doncaster.
RE talk of an European army. Would a EU committee led by a German chairman commit the EU to armed liberation of the Falklands?
From: Tim Mickleburgh, Boulevard Avenue, Grimsby.
I HOPE people treat with caution the statistics coming out of the Remain camp. Most economists didn’t see the recession coming and said the deficit would have been cut by now.
From: Jane Birkby, Catherine Grove, Broughton, Brigg.
A SHORT description of the EU: 28 member states of the EU.
Two member states are the net contributors, Germany and the UK.
So 26 of our EU member nations are leeching off the two net contributors.