YOU have in two successive weeks advocated our entry into the Common Market. Will you give space to a contrary view?
The Common Market is not a free and terminable economic arrangement like E.F.T.A. or the Commonwealth, but a commitment to full economic and ultimately political union with the Six. who currently include Martinique, Reunion, Guadaloupe and Guiana and will soon include Turkey. Absolutely free movement of labour and capital is a fundamental condition of joining.
Do we really want our Queen and Parliament to be relegated to the status of a Mayor and Council? In view of our ever growing troubles with strictly limited immigration, should we really allow unlimited immigration, especially from non-European countries? Should we really cut our links with Canada and Australia, soon to become second Americas, who fought with us against the Six?
G. J. A. Stem London N.