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We should have been in at start; LETTERS.

THE tragedy of the UKs relationship with Europe is that we should have entered the European Community (as it then was) in the 1950s - as a Liberal party urged - when it was still largely embryonic and we could have helped to set the ground rules.

Now I believe we may be about to compound that tragedy by seeking to leave at the wrong time.

At long last there are signs that member states are beginning to tire of the over-bearing, bullying unaccountable tactics of Brussels. Britain could play a pivotal role in shaping the reforms that are needed. The question is whether we have the calibre of leadership and the imagination to do it.

Roger Taylor, Rhos on Sea

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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Apr 27, 2016
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