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    I am appalled that the debate is on the EU when most polls show that it is not the number one priority, the economy is. In the words of Bill Clinton 'its the economy stupid'

    The Tories have pushed the self-destruct button when it comes to Europe due to the history of in-fighting.
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    (Original post by Morgsie)
    I am appalled that the debate is on the EU when most polls show that it is not the number one priority, the economy is. In the words of Bill Clinton 'its the economy stupid'

    The Tories have pushed the self-destruct button when it comes to Europe due to the history of in-fighting.
    I sometimes think you are appalled that there is a debate on the EU.
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    Goverment economic policy doesn't just grind to a halt when they are debating other issues.
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    But the EU has an effect on the economy surely? :confused:
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    (Original post by Ruffiio)
    But the EU has an effect on the economy surely? :confused:
    Yes it does, the Eurozone crisis must be solved which would help our economy

    The whole thing is in/out and what to claw back
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    (Original post by Morgsie)
    I am appalled that the debate is on the EU when most polls show that it is not the number one priority, the economy is. In the words of Bill Clinton 'its the economy stupid'

    The Tories have pushed the self-destruct button when it comes to Europe due to the history of in-fighting.
    All the major political parties have the same economic policy. How can you win an election when you can't distinguish yourself from your rivals?
 
 
 
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