On 27/05/2016 09:54, Mike Brass wrote:
> Once again you do not answer the question of how existing EU funds would be replaced. It is no use blithering on about how the EU will collapse etc, which is a view many do not hold. For the here and now, right this minute, how will those funds be replaced?
> Hell, the Tories will not even continue forcing developers to do archaeological assessments. How do you really think they will provide the missing funding?
> These are rhetorical questions because you cannot logically answer them. They have a real impact upon the programs of research conducted by universities in archaeology and other disciplines.
> Sent from my phone
Once again you do not provide any proof the funding will continue after
Grexit when the EU will go through its own period of "austerity"!
In contrast, when we stop funding the EU, that money is then available
to the UK government and one would ordinarily expect funding to be
allocated as required to make up any shortfall from EU funding
...unless it was just daft political nonsense ... is the funding daft
political nonsense that doesn't deserve funding ... is that what all the
fuss is about?