That kind of funding could come from Westminster. The EU takes money out of taxpayers pockets and gives it back in the form of EU Social Fund bribes. How would AJ like it if the EU took a £5 note out of his pocket and gave him back £2.50p , well that how the EU works.AJ wrote:Having been brought up in one of the most economically deprived areas of the EU, I've seen first hand the benefits that EU membership brings - access to the EU Social Fund, Objective 1 and the ERDF being some of the most important grants that Wales benefits from - with a further £2bn being pumped in between now and 2020.
It's for that reason that my vote will be for us to stay in Europe, because this kind of funding would simply never come from Westminster.
By the way I'm very pleased that most Greek voters voted Oxi in the bailout referendum http://www.theguardian.com/business/jul ... varoufakis
Mario Draghi the chief of the European Central Bank has said "For the euro to succeed anywhere it has to succeed everywhere"
Well the EU and the euro haven't been good for Greece.