Repeal the one-sided extradition treaty with the USA

The extradition treaty (2004) with the USA is one-sided and grossly unfair.

It allows the US to extradite UK citizens for offences against US law even though the offence was committed in the UK, by a person living and working in the here ( e.g. the Natwest Three,Gary McKinnon), while there is no reciprocal right to extradite US citizens.
There is also a problem with the level of prima facie evidence (proof) being less to extradite UK citizens to the US than vice-versa.

The current legislation is indefensible and should be repealed immediately.

Why is this idea important?

The extradition treaty (2004) with the USA is one-sided and grossly unfair.

It allows the US to extradite UK citizens for offences against US law even though the offence was committed in the UK, by a person living and working in the here ( e.g. the Natwest Three,Gary McKinnon), while there is no reciprocal right to extradite US citizens.
There is also a problem with the level of prima facie evidence (proof) being less to extradite UK citizens to the US than vice-versa.

The current legislation is indefensible and should be repealed immediately.

All legislation over 100 years old.

I think it is rediculous that we still have legislation on our statute book that goes back hundreds of years. All legislation over 100 years should be repealed and all new legislation should have a "review date" (maximum of 100years), after which it is automatically repealed unless reviewed by government and reinstated.

Why is this idea important?

I think it is rediculous that we still have legislation on our statute book that goes back hundreds of years. All legislation over 100 years should be repealed and all new legislation should have a "review date" (maximum of 100years), after which it is automatically repealed unless reviewed by government and reinstated.