Euro Elections - An Independence from Europe manifesto

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INDEPENDENCE from Europe tops your ballot paper.

Led by Mike Nattrass MEP who has stood at elections against the EU takeover since 1994, a vote here is a vote to leave the EU.

The party is also concerned at threats of NHS privatisation which already struggles with debt due to excessive interest charges from private funding. The NHS does not need privatisation of parts of the service leading to receive yet more costs and lack of coordination.

The global trading UK is restricted by EU domination and regulation. Leaving the EU will provide better trade with the world, including our Commonwealth and the EU. Liberation from the EU will close ‘open borders’.

The UK will control the influx of people by work permits and scrutiny, easing pressure on housing, schools, hospitals and local authority services, whilst helping to employ unskilled workers and the young.

The cost of EU membership (more than £55m a day) is wasted money, which should be invested in the UK.

The EU having failed their accounts for 19 years, show no sign of stopping massive levels of fraud.

David Smith said: “Back in the 1970s Edward Heath assured voters that ‘The Common Market’ was about trade and would not affect Sovereignty.

The status has changed to European Union (note the word Union) and the President of the Commission now states that ‘this is the new European Empire into which you have pooled your sovereignty’.

The fraud of our entry and surrender into the hands of the EU are well known and the people of the UK should repudiate any illegal agreement seeking to take power from Westminster.

Regulations, many unsuitable for the UK, are set into concrete by the EU. Changes, approved by all 28 Countries of the Union, making alterations next to impossible.

Thus privatisation of our postal service and post offices was lead by EU regulations stopping subsidy and opening up the ‘monopoly’ which the Lib/Lab/Con Party voted for with apparent glee.

The subsequent result has been increases in stamp costs, more junk mail and Post Office closures.

An Independence from Europe say Westminster is the place where UK law and regulations must be made, not Brussels where ‘one size fits all’ and bureaucracy rules to the extent of insanity.

A vote for An Independence from Europe is a vote to leave the EU.

An Independence from Europe candidiates

  • David Smith
  • Helen Webster
  • Mike Camp
  • Andrew Edwards
  • Phil Dunn
  • John Taverner

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10:44pm Mon 12 May 14

Phil W Jones says...

Anybody who has seriously followed the relationship between the UK and the EU over the past 22 years (since the EU's creation by the Maastricht Treaty in 1992) will understand that what in effect happened 22 years ago was the creation of a federal system of government in Europe, similar to the federal systems that existed in the US, Canada, Australia and other countries. As of 1992 the UK effectively changed from a country to a province ('Member State') of a larger country. Doing it through the backdoor was the only way that the EU and Westminster knew it could be done. The Treaty on European Union of 1992 (the 'Maastricht Treaty' was the first version of the ToEU) was publicly announced as a 'treaty among sovereign countries' whereas the reality (as all politicians of the day realized) was that it was the creation of a skeleton for a new federal European country. Since 1992 more and more powers have been passed from the provincial parliaments, such as the one at Westminster, to the federal EU level. Few British people realize it but 2/3 of all new laws that govern Brits' lives originate on the Continent and come into effect in the UK via Directives rubber-stamped at Westminster. Thus 2/3 of the new laws in our federal country originate offshore. That compares with the US and Canada were about 1/3 of new laws originate in Wash. DC and Ottawa, respectively, with 2/3 originating at the state/provincial level. In the result, the EU is a much-tighter federal country than either the US or Canada. Do you ever get letters directly from the EU level of government in the same way as Wash. DC and Ottawa write to Americans and Canadians, respectively?? Of course not, because it would make Brits think and give the game away. No, it has all had to be one through the backdoor, via lies and deceit. British and EU politicians know that Brits would never agree with Brits being controlled from offshore -- but that is in fact what has happened. And it continues. If you read the latest (Lisbon) version of the ToEU you will see that there is a mechanism for continued transfer of powers from the provinces to the central EU government -- with the eventual possibility of a unitary EU government rather than the present federal arrangement. Brits have lost so very much in the way of self-government due to the complicity over the past half-century of the main political parties. Even those who favour the UK being an EU province have the right to express that view in a referendum. The present main political parties are trying with all their might to prevent Brits having any say on the matter!!
Anybody who has seriously followed the relationship between the UK and the EU over the past 22 years (since the EU's creation by the Maastricht Treaty in 1992) will understand that what in effect happened 22 years ago was the creation of a federal system of government in Europe, similar to the federal systems that existed in the US, Canada, Australia and other countries. As of 1992 the UK effectively changed from a country to a province ('Member State') of a larger country. Doing it through the backdoor was the only way that the EU and Westminster knew it could be done. The Treaty on European Union of 1992 (the 'Maastricht Treaty' was the first version of the ToEU) was publicly announced as a 'treaty among sovereign countries' whereas the reality (as all politicians of the day realized) was that it was the creation of a skeleton for a new federal European country. Since 1992 more and more powers have been passed from the provincial parliaments, such as the one at Westminster, to the federal EU level. Few British people realize it but 2/3 of all new laws that govern Brits' lives originate on the Continent and come into effect in the UK via Directives rubber-stamped at Westminster. Thus 2/3 of the new laws in our federal country originate offshore. That compares with the US and Canada were about 1/3 of new laws originate in Wash. DC and Ottawa, respectively, with 2/3 originating at the state/provincial level. In the result, the EU is a much-tighter federal country than either the US or Canada. Do you ever get letters directly from the EU level of government in the same way as Wash. DC and Ottawa write to Americans and Canadians, respectively?? Of course not, because it would make Brits think and give the game away. No, it has all had to be one through the backdoor, via lies and deceit. British and EU politicians know that Brits would never agree with Brits being controlled from offshore -- but that is in fact what has happened. And it continues. If you read the latest (Lisbon) version of the ToEU you will see that there is a mechanism for continued transfer of powers from the provinces to the central EU government -- with the eventual possibility of a unitary EU government rather than the present federal arrangement. Brits have lost so very much in the way of self-government due to the complicity over the past half-century of the main political parties. Even those who favour the UK being an EU province have the right to express that view in a referendum. The present main political parties are trying with all their might to prevent Brits having any say on the matter!! Phil W Jones
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