Update 8th/9th June, 2018 - Bilderberger Adonis in Bath

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Update 8th/9th June, 2018 - Bilderberger Adonis in Bath
« on: June 10, 2018, 10:16:46 PM »
Update 8th/9th June, 2018 - Bilderberger Adonis in Bath

Dear all

It's that time of the year again - Bilderberg Conference 2018. 

Bilderberg 2018: You Won’t Believe WHO’s Going And The Agenda They ADMIT To!

Osborne, Rudd and Agius to name just a few.......plus Parolin, H.E. Pietro (VAT), Cardinal and Secretary of State


Topics to be discussed include Populism in Europe.


Another Jon Wedger interview from earlier this year - transient paedophiles live on canal boats - freedom to travel, canal ways are not policed and children like boats.  When you look into child abuse cases you are vilified.

A reminder from last August

'waste of public money'
MP for North Wiltshire James Grey said probe was 'pretty pointless investigation'

If anybody would like to tweet James Gray and use 'freedom of speech' then his twitter handle is @JGray



Carry on Brussels was shown on Wednesday evening and is available for 28 days on iplayer.  Thanks to the eagle-eyed person who spotted me in the audience at the CETA Event at Westminster before Christmas!!


To survive in the world post-Brexit, we need to stop relying on other people speaking English

For more:


Dear Antoinette Sandbach MP,

I am writing to you, my elected representative in Parliament, because I have great concerns about the Brexit process so far.
You have been chosen by the people to represent them at a momentous time in British history. The task before you and your colleagues is no doubt immense, and made harder by the stubbornness of the European Union in the Brexit negotiations.

As a supporter of Get Britain Out, I proudly count myself amongst the 17.4 million who voted to Leave the European Union in the June 2016 Referendum. While I can accept negotiations sometimes lead to compromise, we have clear red lines which cannot be crossed:

The United Kingdom must Leave both the Single Market and any form of Customs Union.

We must clearly be in control of our own laws – and must NOT be under the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice.
We must be able to create our own skills-based immigration policy and must no longer prioritise EU citizens over those from the rest of the world.

As the EU (Withdrawal) Bill returns to the House of Commons in the coming weeks, all eyes will be watching to see if the Westminster elite scupper the voice of the people.

I have watched with increasing frustration as rebel MPs and tantrum-throwing unelected Lords attempt – by any means possible – to undermine Her Majesty’s Government’s negotiating position.

This is not what I voted for in 2016, nor is it what I voted for in last year’s General Election, when both Labour and the Conservatives stood on a platform of Leaving the Customs Union and Single Market.
For the Lords to ignore this clear democratic mandate is an abrogation of their constitutional role as a revising chamber. They should understand their interference on a truly historic matter is wrong. This may well spell their abolition.

For elected MPs to also try and wreck a Clean Brexit, and go against the majorities in their own constituencies, shows a disdain for the voters and a dismissal of the decision we made two years ago.

Millions of proud Britons share my views and we are prepared to fight tooth and nail for what we passionately believe in.

Voting in favour of the Customs Union, Single Market, or any customs arrangement which sees us stay in the EU via the back door, will swiftly be met with anger at the ballot box.
We will never forgive a Parliament which so blatantly denies the will of the people.


Dear Caroline,

Polluting companies could be about to get away with ruining our precious countryside. [1] The important standards that protect our environment are at risk of bring dropped after Brexit. [2]

But there’s a plan on the table to safeguard the standards - and our MPs will have the final say. [3] They’ll choose between agreeing to the plan which would protect our rolling hills, rivers and oceans. Or, they could prioritise polluting companies instead. It all comes down to a vote that's just days away. [4]

Together we need to make sure MPs vote to protect the environment. And they’ll feel more pressure to do it if they know the public wants them to. So here’s the plan: if your MP Michelle Donelan sees their inbox filling up with message after message from constituents like you, our pressure could force them to vote the right way. We could drown out the voices of the big polluters.

We haven’t got long, Caroline. Will you email your MP and ask them to vote to safeguard the standards that protect our environment now? It'll take less than two minutes and there are some suggestions about what to say:
The environmental standards at risk, also known as the environmental principles, are part of the rules the UK currently has as part of the EU. These standards have helped ban bee-killing pesticides and ensured our water is clean and safe to drink. [5] They make sure companies that pollute our rivers, oceans or forests are responsible for paying for the clean-up. [6]

The government's planning on ditching these standards after Brexit. But some MPs and Lords want to change the government's plans and make sure the standards are transferred into British law. [7] Next week, all MPs will get a chance to vote on the proposals and make sure our land, water and air remain protected. [8]

No matter what we each think about Brexit, 38 Degrees members agree that Brexit should mean making our environmental protections stronger - not weaker. That means keeping the environmental protections we have now, so we can build on them to protect nature and wildlife in the UK in the future.
[1] Politics Home: Michael Gove tears into Philip Hammond after Lords defeat on 'Green Brexit':
[2] The government is planning to drop standards, also known as EU environmental principles, after the UK leaves the EU. These principles form the basis of EU environmental law and underpin lots of the environmental protections the UK follows. It includes things like making sure polluters - like chemical companies - pay for the damage they do. You can read more here:
Greener UK: EU baseline: Chemicals: Principles and strategies:
Parliament.uk: Lord Amendments to the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: After Clause 3:
The Guardian: Peers to rebel over ‘toothless’ post-Brexit green watchdog:
[3] Right now there are two changes on the table to safeguard environmental protections after Brexit. First, the House of Lords tabled an amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill - the piece of legislation that transfers the laws from the EU into our own legislation. Now, a group of MPs want to make changes to that amendment by keeping parts of it, and dropping others. The Withdrawal Bill will go back to MPs who will vote next week on whether to keep the amendments or not:
BBC news: Brexit bill: Date set for crunch votes in the Commons:
The House of Lords' amendment would transfer all of the environmental principles from EU legislation into UK law:
The Independent: Brexit: Lords defeats government to back EU environmental standards after withdrawal:
Parliament.uk: Bill documents — European Union (Withdrawal) Bill 2017-19:
Here is more information about the amendment tabled by MPs:
The Guardian: Gove 'prepared to make concessions' on Brexit environment controls:
Parliament.uk: House of Commons: Notices of amendments given up to and including Wednesday 6 June 2018:
[4] BBC news: Brexit bill: Date set for crunch votes in the Commons:
[5] The Guardian: Brexit could wreck green agenda, says UN:
Greener UK: Ensuring the EU Withdrawal Bill leads to a greener UK:
[6] This is because of the 'polluter pays' principle. The principle also acts to deter companies from polluting, because they know legal action could be taken against them if they do:
The Independent: Government's post-Brexit environment laws will not enshrine EU principle that makes businesses pay for the pollution they cause:
[7] See note [2] and [3]
[8] See note [3]
Will the Brexit deal keep the UK liable for the EU's debts should the euro collapse?
In this paper, Bob Lyddon explores the various caveats and consequences of the Eurozone's survival and continuation, and discusses the UK's role in or alongside the Eurosystem post-Brexit.
Bath is a 'great citadel of Europe', Labour peer tells local Brexit opponents
That's all for now!
Caroline Stephens
Campaigns Officer

Please feel free to follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/CasAnnStephens
Website: https://www.democracy17-4.org/

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