Recently, I have noticed that the ‘EU Anthem’ is being played several times per day in our town centre bus station.
Some other tunes are played, the kind of thing which is heard at airports, soft tinkling on piano to soothe the traveller on the impending journey, but, in our bus station, what the public address system regularly gives out are stern advisory ‘notices’ in a very loud and almost threatening male voice.
Which leaves me wondering, how, and at what level, was the decision taken that this ‘anthem’ should be played, in a country which has democratically chosen to leave the corrupt ‘union’.
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If BoJo can’t be honest enough to say whether our nation is finally free from the damnable ‘European Arrest Warrant’ [EAW] , what chance do we have that many other deals have not been done under the table to keep us tied to their apron strings?
Here is another example, new high-quality planters set up in Cloth Hall Street, but, when we look closely, it’s EU funding which the Kirklees Council has accepted to get them installed.