'Take back control' is almost as much a mantra as 'I have been perfectly clear'.
Take back control of our laws:
This is from the BBC News June 2016, just before the Referendum.
'According to the House of Commons Library, which itself concedes that there is no completely accurate way to make the calculation, between 1993 and 2014 Parliament passed 945 Acts of which 231 implemented EU obligations of some sort.
It also passed 33,160 Statutory Instruments, 4,283 of which implemented EU obligations. Add both of these together and divide by the total number of laws passed, and you get the 13% figure.'
So we are all getting het up about 13%. Were they good and sensible laws, or did they infringe on our personal lives in an unwelcome way? Who knows?
Take back control of our borders
The sky interview Kilkis refers to shows the fallacies surrounding 'uncontrolled' immigration. The fault, in my book lies in the fact the the Home Office controls the UK Border Force and the Home Office has been shown to be unfit for purpose many times in the last 12 months. They have the power to control immigration, but the system they use is unworkable, allowing many immigrants to stay in the UK well after their entry permits/visas allow.
Take back control of our money
It is pretty obvious to all around that sending £365 million a week to the NHS instead of Brussels is a blatant untruth.
Like one poster put it above, it is and always was a better idea to make change happen from within rather than just throw the teddy out of the cot. Yes, Cameron's effort was a farce, but he was spooked into calling the referendum by UKIP who appeared to be threatening to oust Conservative candidates in many seats. 'This candidate should have tried harder' is my view. Bob.
Yesterday today was tomorrow. Don't dilly dally!