Our entry into Europe was treasonous action

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Our entry into Europe was treasonous action
« on: February 04, 2016, 09:06:39 PM »
When will the British People wake up????  Our entry into Europe was treasonous action, know your constitution, we do have one albeit it in several documents.  Our ancestors died for the so-called freedoms we have.  The action of those who signed those treaties have committed treason against the British People and we are going to pay dearly, not just with money, our freedom but indeed our lives!  This is pushing us towards a world government.



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What a farce! Cameron's EU deal unravels as it emerges migrants from some European countries will get HIGHER child benefits than British families
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• DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Who WILL speak for England?   


Call for action: The front page of today's Daily Mail 
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Ignore your constituents, Cameron tells MPs: PM issues controversial orders after survey shows support for 'out' campaign among Tory grassroots 

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Many MPs promised their local parties that they would vote to leave if David Cameron failed to secure significant changes to Britain's relationship with the EU.

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How rank amateurism, jealousies and petty hatreds are tearing apart the rival 'Out' camps, writes ANDREW PIERCE

 
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