Dutch campaigners have urged Britain to leave the EU
Dutch voters overwhelmingly rejected the EU’s expansionist scheming, but have been warned their views may be IGNORED by unelected bureaucrats.
Anti-EU campaigners in the country today urged Britons to take their chance to leave the undemocratic bloc by voting for Brexit in our June referendum.
An overwhelming 61.1% voted against a proposed Brussels deal with Ukraine in what is being interpreted as a widespread rebellion against the whole European project.
The treaty, which is designed to bring Kiev into the EU’s sphere of influence, has been automatically accepted by mandarins in 27 member states including Britain.
The EU and Dutch politicians are apparently plotting to ignore the result of a referendum
The row is over a proposed deal between the EU and Ukraine, which has been ravaged by war
Arrogant EU bureaucrats were so confident of railroading the deal through that it is already provisionally in place.
But the Dutch people, furious with their Government’s constant ceding of powers to Brussels, came together to force a vote on it.
The latest opinion poll – published by Maurice De Hond on Monday – showed the Dutch would reject it by an overwhelming 66% to 25% in the latest sign of how the country’s voters are turning against the EU elite.
The referendum has been watched closely in Britain ahead of our own vote on whether to sever ties with Brussels this summer.