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« on: July 14, 2016, 09:37:14 PM »
Things are moving fast. Thursday afternoon. LEAVING THE EU WE JOINED ILLEGALLY Written by Rodney Atkinson who knows Lord  Stoddart and Lamont and MPs David Davis and Liam Fox. Help him and them by supporting the petition. Those who illegally seduced us into the European Union used easily manipulated mechanisms to get us in but now want complicated ones to get us out. Those who now demand a specific law in Parliament to instigate article 50 to leave the EU are rank hypocrites. Article 50... Read more here http://freenations.net/leaving-the-eu-we-joined-illegally/ How we were 'Taken In' The Letter Which Proves It..: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/122770 (for your additional information... http://campaignforanindependentbritain.org.uk/research.../ "I have no doubt that if we do sign the Treaty, we shall suffer some loss of sovereignty […] Adherence to the Treaty of Rome would, in my opinion, affect our sovereignty in three ways:- Parliament would be required to surrender some of its functions to the organs of the Community; The Crown would be called on to transfer part of its treaty-making power to those organs; Our courts of law would sacrifice some degree of independence by becoming subordinate in certain respects to the European Court of Justice. (a) The position of Parliament It is clear from the memorandum prepared by your Legal Advisers that the Council of Ministers could eventually (after the system of qualified majority voting had come into force) make regulations which would be binding on use even against our wishes, and which would in fact become for us part of the law of the land. There are two ways in which this requirement of the Treaty could in practice be implemented:- Parliament could legislate ad hoc on each occasion that the Council made regulations requiring action by us. The difficulty would be that, since Parliament can bind neither itself nor its successors, we could only comply with our obligations under the Treaty if Parliament abandoned its right of passing independent judgement on the legislative proposals put before it. A parallel is the constitutional convention whereby Parliament passes British North America Bills without question at the request of the Parliament of Canada; in this respect Parliament here has in substance, if not in form, abdicated its sovereign position, and it would have, pro tanto, to do the same for the Community. It would in theory be possible for Parliament to enact at the outset legislation which would give automatic force of law to any existing or future regulations made by the appropriate organs of the EU Community. For Parliament to do this would go far beyond the most extensive delegation of powers, even in wartime, that we have experienced and I do not think there is any likelihood of this being acceptable to the House of Commons."

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