See the nasty side of the UKIP
At the recent UKIP conference, their leader Nigel Farage declared that his team are business men in their other lives, which apparently makes them different from the Conservative politicians.
One has to doubt if there is any representatives from co-operatives like Harvest and the Co-op in Bath or worker share companies like Waitrose.
What UKIP advocates appears to be the extreme right version of the extreme left's "Class War".
Should they achieve their aim of bringing the UK out of the EU we can be sure their business men members will be happy to continue to move capital around Europe and the rest of the world, even without being in the EU.
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They will act like the businessmen who recently took over Cadbury's. This company, originally nurtured by philanthropic Quaker brothers, provided a model village for 300 workers.
Now, production has moved to Poland. This is not unusual.
Many businesses have chosen to escape fair wage demands in the UK by moving their capital to counties where people work for less.
While it is not difficult to see the logic, nor the fact that such moves can help poorer countries develop, it is also easy to see the nasty side of UKIP thinking in that by withdrawing from the EU, UKIP supporters will still be able to move their money and the jobs associated with the businesses to other countries.
However their workers will not be able to follow the opportunities in the same way once the UK is withdrawn from the EU. Effectively many will become prisoners in an impoverished demograph, not happy workers in a model village. I worked abroad for 15 months, it has been a valuable lesson and it would be wrong to deny others that chance.
NICHOLAS HALES Uphill Drive Larkhall Bath