Saturday 24 March 2018

Blame games

Declan Doyle's supposedly tongue-in-cheek statements that he has "finally accepted the complex nature of our financial peril" because the ATM might "trigger a thermonuclear explosion" is fatuous (Letters, January 30).

For someone who complains about "pushing as many emotive buttons in the minds of the gullible as possible" his statement that our problems arise from "big people . . . dumping on little people" is doing just that.

He is right when he says that "the EEC was founded to put a stop to big countries picking on little countries".

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