Read Politics Home by clicking link below and find out Frank's views.
I quote two sections of this piece below.
Mr Field argued that the parliamentary Labour party was out of touch with the party’s grassroots and warned “vast swathes” of voters could flock to Nigel Farage’s party, incredulous at the leadership’s pro-EU stance.
With doubts being cast about Mr Cameron’s future as Prime Minister should the UK back Brexit, Mr Field urged voters to seize on the chance of a change at the top of the Government by voting to Leave.
Corbyn has no idea what to do when faced with an open goal. You just boot the ball into the net! Its so easy.
The left wing case for Leave is very strong for the poor, cheaper food and higher wages. That should win a lot of Labour working class votes rather than banging on about anti - semitism for the North London elite.
Here is Frank Field talking to the Cockburn woman today on the left wing case for Brexit
A great quote from the interview,
“many of the social rights, which are trumpeted about as European, were ones which we actually took into Europe. It’s not that in fact somehow workers in this country were bereft of rights until we joined the European Union.”
This a standard EU ploy, claiming credit for things they had nothing to do with like keeping the peace in Europpe which was of course done by NATO set up long before the Treaty of Rome.
Its clear Mrs May is positioning herself to replace Dave if the Remains lose the referendum so Corbyn has an ally there as well but she does seem a bit devious for a Marxist
The EU is forever pursuing big US corporations, Google, Apple etc but why does it not pusue Big EU corporations like VW whose diesels are poisoning us all. Protecting VW's tarnished reputation clearly comes before the health of EU citizens.
Owen Patterson made an excellent speech today spelling out what will happen to us if we do not vote leave on 23rd June. Its a no brainer except for the brainless LibDems and their fellow travellers. Click to listen. IDS does a 5 min intro you can skip past if you wish.
Finally a great cartonn from Kate Hooey says it all