Petition to force MP'S to debate areas Cameron has ignored

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Petition to force MP'S to debate areas Cameron has ignored
« on: January 08, 2016, 10:13:34 PM »
Please sign the petition below and circulate it as far as possible
 ​ if you have not already done so​
I suggest it is essential that we force MP's to debate the significant areas that Cameron has ignored
 in his so called "re-negotiation for a reformed EU"

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/113566

Also please read the attached note which exposes the myth that that we need to be in the EU for trade as the lie that it is. Please forward it to everybody you can ​especially​ your MP
 
and ask him/her WHY are we still in the EU when it is so obvious that we would all be far better off fully outside it? The link for the note is:



https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6XGVYOX4bRUZDdlcGpPNElJWHc/view?usp=sharing


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Re: Petition to force MP'S to debate areas Cameron has ignored
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2016, 10:19:45 PM »
The UK must regain control of the following issues before the EU referendum


The issues put by the UK to the EU for re-negotiation are of no value, e.g. Paris proves that UK control of immigration is a priority. The issues listed below must be returned to full UK control by Jan 2017 to make a suitably reformed EU or else the UK must leave forthwith without a referendum.

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a) Supremacy of Westminster laws and UK courts
b) Borders and immigration
c) Trade relationships
d) No contributions to the EU’s budget, CAP or VAT
e) No obligation to adopt the euro, EU army, navy or air force
f) No obligation to finance EU debts
g) Return of UK territorial waters and fishing rights
h) Right to veto any EU decisions involving the UK
i) No obligation to be involved in “ever closer union”.
j) Trade with the EU to continue as at present for at least 5 years .
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