If you had asked me a month ago would Britain be pulling out of the European Union, I would have said a confident no. These days I am not too sure and I suspect that thousands of people across Britain must be thinking the same thing. London mayor, Boris Johnson, joining the exit camp was a major victory and it is probably one of the reasons why many are now doubting the merits of European Union membership. Even some elements of the business community appear to back an exit. Meanwhile, Prime Minister David Cameron, appears to have gone from hero to zero in the eyes of many of his own party. Cameron has been too forceful when campaigning for the “no” camp. It appears that he is on a personal crusade which unfortunately looks as if it will end in tears. Certain sections of the Conservative Party believe that he will face a leadership challenge soon after the referendum and some political commentators claim that he will be replaced by Johnson before the end of the year. My view remains the same. Britain is better off in Europe. I do not believe that the “stand alone trading nation” is actually possible because the British economy is built around the service sector. You can't sell Range Rovers to India because they already own the company and you can't sell Minis to the Germans for the same reason. Britain has the fifth biggest economy in the world, so if it isn't broken why fix it? Answers on a postcard, please.
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