8 facts you may not know about the EU and Theresa May’s Brexit deal


As we were deceived by the European Communities Act 1972, which formed the referendum in 1975 surely all that has occurred since is null and void and therefore we should leave on 29 March 2019 and request all our payments to the EU be returned forthwith. Then prosecute any Government Ministers and Prime Ministers who have acted without consent since then.

ukgovernmentwatch

  1. Forfeiting sovereignty Roman philosopher Cicero explained national sovereignty as the way that a “nation […] governs itself, under whatever form, without dependence on any foreign power.”
    Successive British governments have given up power to the European Union while promising that Britain would retain its sovereignty. So, in a 1972 White Paper describing the terms for joining the Common Market, the Heath Government said that ‘There is no question of any erosion of essential national sovereignty; what is proposed is a sharing and an enlargement of individual national sovereignties in the general interest’ (“The United Kingdom and the European Communities”, Cmnd 4715 (1971), para 29.).
    In fact, s.2 of the European Communities Act 1972 provided that all existing, and all future, Community would have direct effect in Britain and in a Law Lords ruling in 1991 (the Factortame case) it was held that the European Communities Act 1972, s.2…

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