Sorry sensible I didn't think you needed an answer.....I wasn't deliberately ignoring you....there's so much EU law pouring into our daily lives that I just thought you where joking. For example between 2010 and 2013 the EU gave us 3,600 directives to put into British law. Personally.... things like my lawnmower being to noisy (how do I check that).....unable to buy a vacuum cleaner above a certain wattage anymore.....and the bill for hundreds of £'s I had to pay for my house to be assessed for 'energy efficiency'.....when I put it on the market before moving here......I made the mistake of printing it out so I had a copy, I hadn't noticed that it ran to 56 sheets of A4 paper....pressed print and went off to do something else.....came back to find the printer had run out of paper on 41 sheets...... I cannot buy certain styles of Desk lamps anymore because of an EU directive.....it just goes on and on......the French are the worst EU country for ignoring Brussels addiction to red tape.....it would have taken 92 days to read all the regulations that came out of Brussels between 2010/13 an endless stream of red-tape diarrhoea. Laws passed without any meaningful debate forced on us by EU directives which are stitched on us by the European Commission, rubber stamped by the European Parliament and then ordered to be incorporated into British law.....it will take years and years for us to untangle ourselves from it all......have you been living in a cocoon away from it all sensible ?......Big Brother (1984) has nothing on the monster that is the United States of the EU moving it's tentacles throughout every part of our lives. Joining the 'Common Market' in 1974 seemed a good idea at the time....but Maastricht changed all that for ever....and the march towards Europe becoming a super state began and Federalism taking over from Democracy started to happen. We have finally cottoned on to what is happening.....the UK has now got to get out of the cobweb of EU directives that has taken over our lives. I'm sorry sensible....but that is how I see it and many other people as well......it's probably better if we just accept that we agree to differ on this subject and move on to enjoying Argyle in Div 1 next season.