Sovereignty | Return to Mythbust page Tweet Share 0 +1 LinkedIn 0 Email Voting Leave doesn’t mean taking control by Hugo Dixon | 04.05.2016 Out camp calls itself Vote Leave Take Control. But in battling terrorism and Putin or fighting for industry, quitting means less control. 5 Presidents won’t drag UK into EU superstate by Hugo Dixon | 07.04.2016 Not only is it doubtful that the euro zone will create a superstate. Even if it did, the UK wouldn’t be part of it. Britain hasn’t lost 72-0 in EU Council by Jack Schickler | 09.05.2016 Since1999, UK did get outvoted 56 times. But it was on the winning side 2,466 times. 2,466 to 56 is a pretty good score in any sport. ECJ isn’t using Charter of Fundamental Rights to grab power... by George Peretz and Andrew Renshaw | 04.05.2016 Michael Gove made no fewer than 6 inaccurate statements when he took aim at the ECJ. 60% of UK laws don’t come from EU by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 07.04.2016 There’s no meaningful way of measuring the proportion of UK laws made in EU. You can come up with a number as low as 13% or as high as 62%. EU doesn’t tell Britain what to do by Jack Schickler | 06.04.2016 UK is successful in getting what it wants out of the EU and retains vetoes in important areas like foreign policy and tax. EU doesn’t engineer coups by Hugo Dixon | 25.04.2016 Brexiteers say EU brought down Berlusconi and Papandreou, and tried to get rid of Tsipras. This is false. In no case, was there a coup. Voters weren’t conned in 1975 referendum by Jack Schickler | 07.04.2016 Summary: Last referendum debate was about politics as well as the Common Market. It was also clear Europe was likely to change. Eurozone isn’t acting as a bloc to outvote UK by Jack Schickler | 06.04.2016 There’s no evidence of this happening. Britain has secured protections against caucusing, in case it should occur. ECJ loss rate doesn’t show injustice by Jack Schickler | 12.04.2016 Britain loses 75% of ECJ cases only because EU Commission brings cases it expects to win. On this measure, Britain does better than France, which loses 90%. UK doesn’t have only 8% of votes in Council of Ministers by Jack Schickler | 06.04.2016 Our voting strength is actually 12.7%.