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Saturday, September 01, 2007

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HOW MUCH DOES THE EU COST BRITAIN?



By 2007 Britain will have made contributions to the EC budget of almost £213.6 billion gross or £66.3 billion net.

By 2013 Britain will have made direct contributions to the EC budget in the region of £299.8 billion gross or £102.2 billion net.

By 2006 Britain had an accumulated trade deficit with EU member states of £359.5 billion.

The Common Agricultural Policy costs Britain at least £15.6 billion per annum.

The Common Fisheries Policy costs Britain at least £2.5 billion per annum.

Over-regulation costs Britain at least £26 billion per annum.

Membership of the European Union costs Britain £60.1 billion per annum gross or £50.6 billion net.

That is the equivalent for every man, women and child in Britain of £1,002 per annum gross or £843 net.

Or the equivalent for every tax-payer in Britain of £1,939 per annum gross or £1,632 net.

This money would be better spent in Britain for the benefit of the British people.

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