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Proud to be British

PUBLISHED: 11:41 26 August 2008 | UPDATED: 21:07 05 July 2010

SOME might think that the proposed changes to British local government are the next step in softening us up for our eventual subservience to control from Brussels.

SOME might think that the proposed changes to British local government are the next step in softening us up for our eventual subservience to control from Brussels.

Our counties and shires are the very fabric of our belonging. Ask a man where he comes from and he will tell you his town and then his county.

Our British ways have worked exceedingly well for over a thousand years.

Now they are to be broken up. Some might think this is an EU ploy to break up the UK into ever smaller pieces.

None would be large enough to speak out against the orders from Brussels.

Some might think that our society our very way of life is being systematically smashed to smithereens.

Some might think another way of life, unimaginable to the free peoples of these islands, is slowly and cunningly being imposed.

Suffolk. No Suffolk - Norfolk. No Norfolk.

Think hard. Think for yourself.

J TYLER

Chairman Waveney UKIP

Lloyds Avenue

Kessingland


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