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An Open Letter to Parliament
« on: January 15, 2019, 11:33:46 AM »
For your IMMEDIATE ACTION - please!      And SEND IT TO EVERY PERSON YOU KNOW.
Dear Brexiteers,
 
The List believes that WE must have our say at this crucial time.
 
We have joined forces with Facts4EU.org who now have 11 other
organisations who have come together to support the campaign #GoWTO.
 
It’s the only way in the interim period, trade on WTO rules – ‘a clean
canvas on which to paint our future!’
 
PLEASE go to this link, read and sign NOW!  We must let Parliament know
how we feel.  Please copy the letter and past to everyone you know.
 
WE KNOW WE CAN COUNT ON YOUR SUPPORT TODAY!!
CLICK HERE NOW AND SIGN AND SHARE    THANK YOU
 
https://thelist-brexit.com/openletter-to-parliament/
 
CLICK HERE NOW AND SIGN AND SHARE    THANK YOU
https://thelist-brexit.com/openletter-to-parliament/

OpenLettertoParliament
An Open Letter to Parliament
thelist-brexit.com

OpenLettertoParliament
from The Undersigned People of the United Kingdom
Monday, 14th January, 2019.
WE, the undersigned Sovereign People of the United Kingdom, do declare that it is our democratic, constitutional and legal right to secure our electoral voting decision in the 2016 EU Referendum.  We do declare that the decision to Leave the European Union was taken by the majority of the electorate and is therefore legally and constitutionally binding on Parliament.
We will no longer accept the arrogance and petulant behaviour of MPs plotting to negate the decision made by the People.  This shows to us their loss of national pride, civil duty, integrity, respect and understanding of democracy.  Combining two separate issues – the result of the 2016 Referendum to Leave the EU and a Trade Deal. These are two separate issues and neither should impact on the other. A trade deal is just that a trade deal. Any trade deal negotiated must be on the basis that we have left the EU entirely as voted for in 2016.
Coupled with the recent actions of the Speaker of the House, John Bercow.  This is not the first time the electorate has observed the Speaker of the House bringing the position into disrepute. (Open Petition Bercow).  Mr. Bercow has let it be known that he is an ardent supporter of remaining in the EU, and overruling motions in the Commons together with secret meetings with an MP, just goes to prove that Mr. Bercow is on a personal mission to thwart the result of the electorate.
 
We declare that we have no confidence in Parliament and therefore in order to avoid further attempts by MPs to thwart the democratic process, we demand that the United Kingdom leaves the European Union with immediate effect, or at the very latest by 29th March, 2019, and not be tied to any Trade Deal or such like instrument.
 By not agreeing to a no-deal, those elected MPs are stipulating that they will not support 17.4 million people who voted to leave the European Union; the highest turnout and the highest number ever to have voted in the history of the United Kingdom.
 
Parliament backed holding the EU Referendum by a margin of six to one; indicating its support that they will enact on the process of exiting to the timetable. However, some MPs are trying to thwart the democratic process of the result by failing to implement the decision that was made by the electorate by cloaking it up and making decisions off their own back such as demanding a second referendum or ‘people’s vote’, or by combining leaving the EU with a deal. Even the Governments’ own proposed ‘withdrawal deal’ is not leaving the European Union at all.
 According to Article 50, the principle stands that if no agreement is forthcoming, the ‘member state’ leaves! We therefore demand that we leave the European Union, completely, on 29th March, 2019 under WTO rules.
 
The time has come to heal our nation and return it to a proud, self-governing nation.  We therefore believe that the best route forward for our Country would be to leave the European Union and trade under WTO rules.  This would provide us with a clean canvas to paint the future picture of our Country on the world stage.
 
We therefore call upon Parliament to cease manipulating and trying to thwart the democratic process and renege on the result of the 2016 EU Referendum. As stated by them…..
“We believe in letting the people decide: so we will hold an in-out referendum on our membership of the EU before the end of 2017.” (Conservative Manifesto 2015)
“the decision about our membership should be taken by the British people, not by Whitehall bureaucrats, certainly not by Brussels Eurocrats; not even by Government Ministers or parliamentarians in this Chamber.” (Foreign Secretary in the House of Commons on the Referendum debate).
“A once in a generation decision” stated on the Governments’ £9 million taxpayer’s funded leaflet. “The referendum on Thursday 23rd June is your chance to decide if we should remain in the European Union.”   “This is your decision.  The Government will implement what you decide.” (Government 2016 leaflet)
The People HAVE decided. We decided to LEAVE the European Union in its entirety and not have a Trade Deal combined nor attached to our decision in order to allow MPs to change the course.
Most Leavers conducted their own research and listened to debates ad nauseam, bombarded with messages of ‘putting the economy at risk’, ‘losing jobs’. ‘deep recession’, ‘a cliff edge scenario’, ‘crashing out’, ‘cost to families’, ‘think of your children and grandchildren’ etc., YET THEY STILL VOTED LEAVE
 
May we remind all MPs – they are in a privileged position, voted in, at time of election by the Electorate.  They are not ‘the elite’, nor are the British Media who work closely with them; all rewarded by the EU, in their efforts, by power, influence and no doubt money.   Their primary allegiance is to Queen and Country and NOT the EU.
We also declare that to transfer the sovereignty and powers of the United Kingdom Electorate to a foreign country or entity, without the declared assent of the United Kingdom Electorate is a breach of the Constitutional law and illegal. The United Kingdom Sovereignty & Powers were transferred to a foreign country/entity (the EU), without the declared assent of the United Kingdom Electorate and is a breach of the Constitutional law and illegal.
We believe we must protect future peoples of the United Kingdom and return democracy to the People. We therefore attach our Declaration which must now be contained within our uncodified Constitution to confirm that Parliament has not had ever, nor at any future time will have, the power to transfer or give away the Sovereignty of the United Kingdom to a foreign country or entity without the assent of the Electorate by way of a Referendum specifically set up for that purpose.
(Declaration)
 
Helen Davies, The List (Brexit)
Signed by The People of the United Kingdom (see below)
 
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Background to Our Letter
 Background
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Background
The Conservative General Election Manifesto of 2015 promised a referendum on membership of the EU in the following terms: “We believe in letting the people decide: so we will hold an in-out referendum on our membership of the EU before the end of 2017.” The Conservative Party won that election in May, 2015. The British people were given a politically and constitutionally binding promise in the election manifesto that they would be given the final and deciding say in a referendum in which the majority would prevail.
During the debate (Hansard) on the Referendum Bill on 9 June 2015, the Foreign Secretary said:- “This is a simple, but vital, piece of legislation. It has one clear purpose: to deliver on our promise to give the British people the final say on our EU membership in an in/out referendum by the end of 2017.”  He went on to say “Few subjects ignite as much passion in the House or indeed in the country as our membership of the European Union. The debate in the run-up to the referendum will be hard fought on both sides of the argument. But whether we favour Britain being in or out, we surely should all be able to agree on the simple principle that the decision about our membership should be taken by the British people, not by Whitehall bureaucrats, certainly not by Brussels Eurocrats; not even by Government Ministers or parliamentarians in this Chamber. The decision must be for the common sense of the British people. That is what we pledged, and that is what we have a mandate to deliver. For too long, the people of Britain have been denied their say. For too long, powers have been handed to Brussels over their heads. For too long, their voice on Europe has not been heard. This Bill puts that right. It delivers the simple in/out referendum that we promised, and I commend it to the House.”
In June, 2015, MPs voted 544-53 overwhelmingly for a Referendum on the U.K.’s membership of the European Union. The European Union Referendum Act came into legal force in June 2016. The European Union Referendum Act 2015 does not contain any provision saying that its result is subject to a minimum turnout threshold or a minimum percentage vote in favour of either remain or leave.
On 23rd June, 2016, a Referendum took place. 17,410,742 of the electorate voted to Leave. The highest number ever to have voted in the history of the United Kingdom; with the highest national turnout for 24 years.
MPs voted by 498 votes to 114 to enact Article 50 of The Lisbon Treaty; the beginning of the process of leaving the European Union.
The Conservative Manifesto in 2017 stipulated that it would uphold  the result of the 2016 Referendum.  They made a promise to ‘deliver Brexit’ and were elected on that basis.
MPs are scrambling to remain in a foreign institution which was never voted for originally by the electorate. Parliament unconstitutionally and illegally took the Country into the EU without the Consent of the Electorate. It was originally stated to the People that this was a Common Market.
Many of them constantly purport to understand the reason behind the Leavers’ vote, and do so constantly in the public media. People who voted Leave are stupid, racist, uneducated, xenophobic etc.
The Referendum Act
Point(5) 
The alternative answers to that question that are to appear on the ballot
papers are :-
“Leave the European Union”.
“Remain a member of the European Union”
Point(4)
The question that is to appear on the ballot papers is—“Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?”
Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000,
Part V11 Chapter 1 Section 104 states:
(2)The Commission shall consider the wording of the referendum question, and shall publish a statement of any views of the Commission as to the intelligibility of that question-
5 (b)shall, at the time when the instrument is laid before Parliament, lay before each House a report stating any views as to the intelligibility of that question which the Commission have expressed in response to that consultation.
MPs were completely satisfied that the question given was intelligible.
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