The British people are intelligent enough to know that there are two sides to the argument. Many (including myself) have yet to make their minds up. Paul Sykes feels that he "owes it to the British people" to fund an anti-euro campaign. How public spirited of him. If he truly wants to provide a service, he should help people to make their own minds up, rather than ramming his opinions down their throats. A well-funded but balanced public education programme would be of far greater value.
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