Thank you for your further email of 19 March.
I am sorry that you and I do not agree about this matter - but I fear that we shall have to agree to differ.
At least we shall find ourselves on the same side of the argument if, as I suspect, we need to mount a campaign for a referendum on a new constitutional proposal and thereafter a campaign against the acceptance of such a constitution.
With best wishes.
Rt Hon Oliver Letwin, MP
Member of Parliament for West Dorset
Now, I entirely understand that Ollie is a very busy man but if he cannot even provide a half-decent argument for the EU, then what is he playing at? After all, he is the Head of Policy for the Conservative Party and, although I am merely one supplicant, he will have researchers galore: can he not even provide a couple of document links?
The point is that I have been an EUsceptic for as many years as I have been interested in politics and, having written about the EU fairly consistently for the last two years, I really cannot see why we are a member of this organisation.
It seems that our MPs cannot provide any evidence for it either.