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ECB Interference Unwelcome

The news that the European Central Bank is seeking to be consulted on Private Members Bills that might involve a charge to the state is a further indication of the increase in unnecessary red tape and regulations coming from Brussels. Is it any wonder that there is a growing disillusionment and anger among the public for the EU institutions when you hear this kind of thing. Do these people not understand that a Private Members Bill has to go through all sorts of committee stages, and extensive debate before it can become law. How can a country be able to govern itself if this interference is coming from the EU all the time? It’s time that the ECB was told in no uncertain terms that we are capable of running our own country without interference. It is this kind of thing that led the British people to vote to leave the EU.