Stop All Immigration from Any Source Country Until 2020

All immigration should be stopped without exception until 2020 this will give an opportunity for a rethink of the culture of ignorance surrounding how the indigenous population is being treated.

There are no vacancies for many unskilled and lower skilled indigenous people we do not need immigration as this country had adequate people to train for any job now or in the future. We do not need immigrants to fill any vacancies all indigenous people should have the right to enjoy there homeland without interference from foreign cultures and the loss of opportunity to homes, Jobs and education that has been occuring since the 1950's. The European Union has not benefitted us the indigenous population and allowing poor third world countries has brought about unlimited numbers of unskilled workers bidding for jobs for less than an indigenous worker is able to work for, this applies across the board. This form of racsism is called Ethnocide and is against the geneva convention.

Capatalists have been allowed to move manufacturing industries abroad they should be accountable for the cost of unemployment and pay heavy compensation before moving jobs abroad. Finding cheap labour in third world countries means that we can not compete in the jobs market or politicians are planning to turn us into a third world economy with a poverty ravaged underclass created by the import of cheap foreign labour.  

Why is this idea important?

All immigration should be stopped without exception until 2020 this will give an opportunity for a rethink of the culture of ignorance surrounding how the indigenous population is being treated.

There are no vacancies for many unskilled and lower skilled indigenous people we do not need immigration as this country had adequate people to train for any job now or in the future. We do not need immigrants to fill any vacancies all indigenous people should have the right to enjoy there homeland without interference from foreign cultures and the loss of opportunity to homes, Jobs and education that has been occuring since the 1950's. The European Union has not benefitted us the indigenous population and allowing poor third world countries has brought about unlimited numbers of unskilled workers bidding for jobs for less than an indigenous worker is able to work for, this applies across the board. This form of racsism is called Ethnocide and is against the geneva convention.

Capatalists have been allowed to move manufacturing industries abroad they should be accountable for the cost of unemployment and pay heavy compensation before moving jobs abroad. Finding cheap labour in third world countries means that we can not compete in the jobs market or politicians are planning to turn us into a third world economy with a poverty ravaged underclass created by the import of cheap foreign labour.  

Referendum on UK EU membership

The present coalition government, whatever it thinks it has or has not promised, should hold a referendum on the UK's membership of the EU.

If the government wishes, it could even say it does not promise to abide by the result – just so long as the British people can actually express their views.

Why is this idea important?

The present coalition government, whatever it thinks it has or has not promised, should hold a referendum on the UK's membership of the EU.

If the government wishes, it could even say it does not promise to abide by the result – just so long as the British people can actually express their views.

Amend or repeal 1971 EEC Act

Too much sovereignty has been given away to the unelected in Brussels. I don't see why we should bow down to laws made by unelected commssioners, which are rubber-stamped without proper scrutiny. I am not some little Englander, and I understand the need for peace in Europe of course but this has gone quite far enough. They are destroying the essence of each nation and burdening us and our businesses with unnecessary paperwork and laws, and that friends is a bigger crime.

Sovereignty needs to be reaffrimed in an amended 1971 EEC Act as being held supremely by the UK people and that the UK parliament is ultimately in control of all law making in this land. Note the 1668/9 Bill of Rights already says this (this is a treaty between Monarch and people and cannot be merely repealed by Parliament by the way).

Why is this idea important?

Too much sovereignty has been given away to the unelected in Brussels. I don't see why we should bow down to laws made by unelected commssioners, which are rubber-stamped without proper scrutiny. I am not some little Englander, and I understand the need for peace in Europe of course but this has gone quite far enough. They are destroying the essence of each nation and burdening us and our businesses with unnecessary paperwork and laws, and that friends is a bigger crime.

Sovereignty needs to be reaffrimed in an amended 1971 EEC Act as being held supremely by the UK people and that the UK parliament is ultimately in control of all law making in this land. Note the 1668/9 Bill of Rights already says this (this is a treaty between Monarch and people and cannot be merely repealed by Parliament by the way).

European Communities Act 1972

The chances of the political elite repealing this Act are zilch, but the DPM did ask and it'll be fun to see how many suggestions like this are dispensed with as 'unpracticable', 'unworkable', 'too difficult', etc.

Talking of which, if repealing the Act which underpins our subordination to EU law and micro-management is so difficult after a mere 37 years of membership (I think we joined the year after the Act was passed…), how come it was so easy to override the previous 900 years of our legal and constitutional history when passing the Act?

Why is this idea important?

The chances of the political elite repealing this Act are zilch, but the DPM did ask and it'll be fun to see how many suggestions like this are dispensed with as 'unpracticable', 'unworkable', 'too difficult', etc.

Talking of which, if repealing the Act which underpins our subordination to EU law and micro-management is so difficult after a mere 37 years of membership (I think we joined the year after the Act was passed…), how come it was so easy to override the previous 900 years of our legal and constitutional history when passing the Act?

Re-Negotiate for Associate Membership of EU

The EU is very unpopular in this country, the Country was denied a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, and it is time the issue was addressed.

The Libdems in opposition would not agree to a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, despite previous assurances, but instead said they would agree to a referendum on the EU with regard to our membership.

It is time for us to explore our place in the EU, it is a failing organisation, it currency has failed and many of its institutions are undemocratic.

Its accounts have not passed an audit for many years.

We should negotiate for Associate Membership, this would keep us in a European trade market but without being involved with the EU politically. 

The cost saving for the UK would be huge, saving our payment and the need to keep introducing new legislation at their behest.

It is time for the politicians to grasp the EU nettle and discuss it with the electorate, concluding with a referendum

Why is this idea important?

The EU is very unpopular in this country, the Country was denied a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, and it is time the issue was addressed.

The Libdems in opposition would not agree to a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, despite previous assurances, but instead said they would agree to a referendum on the EU with regard to our membership.

It is time for us to explore our place in the EU, it is a failing organisation, it currency has failed and many of its institutions are undemocratic.

Its accounts have not passed an audit for many years.

We should negotiate for Associate Membership, this would keep us in a European trade market but without being involved with the EU politically. 

The cost saving for the UK would be huge, saving our payment and the need to keep introducing new legislation at their behest.

It is time for the politicians to grasp the EU nettle and discuss it with the electorate, concluding with a referendum

Renegotiate the European arrest warrant

Renogotiate the European arrest warrant so that the state requesting the warrant has to provide the same proof as would be needed to confict in a British court of law and they can not issue warrents for "crimes" which are not regognised as such in the UK.

Why is this idea important?

Renogotiate the European arrest warrant so that the state requesting the warrant has to provide the same proof as would be needed to confict in a British court of law and they can not issue warrents for "crimes" which are not regognised as such in the UK.

Abolish The Recreational Craft Directive

Abolish this restriction to freedom

This directive actualy restricts the freedom of a British subject to sail the high seas arround Europe.

Why…. because if you are sailing in a yacht registered in another country that you own. ie USA. If you enter an EU port the boat imediately becomes subject to EU type approval. Almost no boat under 60 odd foot is exempt from this.

Why is this idea important?

Abolish this restriction to freedom

This directive actualy restricts the freedom of a British subject to sail the high seas arround Europe.

Why…. because if you are sailing in a yacht registered in another country that you own. ie USA. If you enter an EU port the boat imediately becomes subject to EU type approval. Almost no boat under 60 odd foot is exempt from this.

European Communities Act 1972

Repeal the whole Act,

 

I do not see why we should in effect , be told what to do by europe, we have our own Parliament and it should be supreme and not have someone looking over our shoulder all the time directing us what to do.

 

R Crawforth

Why is this idea important?

Repeal the whole Act,

 

I do not see why we should in effect , be told what to do by europe, we have our own Parliament and it should be supreme and not have someone looking over our shoulder all the time directing us what to do.

 

R Crawforth

Passport “Control”

I believe that, as in the rest of Europe, UK citizens should be able to cross EU borders without being stopped by Customs/Passport Control.

When I drive from one country to another, in mainland Europe, I am never stopped and so why, when I leave, or return via UK airports am I expected to go through this procedure.

Stansted airport cannot cope with the volume of people leaving/arriving and so hold ups of up to an hour are not unusual. (Despite this they request a second runway allowing even greater traffic)

Is this a united Europe, or not…and if so, why are UK citizens treated differently?

Why is this idea important?

I believe that, as in the rest of Europe, UK citizens should be able to cross EU borders without being stopped by Customs/Passport Control.

When I drive from one country to another, in mainland Europe, I am never stopped and so why, when I leave, or return via UK airports am I expected to go through this procedure.

Stansted airport cannot cope with the volume of people leaving/arriving and so hold ups of up to an hour are not unusual. (Despite this they request a second runway allowing even greater traffic)

Is this a united Europe, or not…and if so, why are UK citizens treated differently?

Bent bananas and cucumbers

Bent bananas and cucumbers are just as good to eat as straight ones. Strawberries do not have to be perfectly oval nor do oranges have to be perfectly spherical.

Reclaim our right as a sovereign nation to determine what food is marketable and what is not, in direct and acknowledged disobedience to the cranks in Brussels who dream up these nonsenses.

Why is this idea important?

Bent bananas and cucumbers are just as good to eat as straight ones. Strawberries do not have to be perfectly oval nor do oranges have to be perfectly spherical.

Reclaim our right as a sovereign nation to determine what food is marketable and what is not, in direct and acknowledged disobedience to the cranks in Brussels who dream up these nonsenses.

Abolish Sunday trading restrictions

Sunday trading laws, as currently established in the Sunday Trading Act 1994, restrict the right of traders to operate on Sunday within England and Wales.

Currently, shops may open for business, as they and their customers wish, at any other time of the week.  But on Sunday, shops larger than 280m² may only open for up to six hours between 10am and 6pm.

In Scotland, Sunday trading is fully deregulated and shops may open to serve customers who wish to shop whenever they choose.

Workers' rights to a weekly rest period are enshrined in the EU Working Time Directive.  The rights of workers who prefer not to work on a Sunday in Scotland are protected by the Sunday Working (Scotland) Act 2003, and in England and Wales by the Sunday Trading Act 1994.  These rights should be retained.

Why is this idea important?

Sunday trading laws, as currently established in the Sunday Trading Act 1994, restrict the right of traders to operate on Sunday within England and Wales.

Currently, shops may open for business, as they and their customers wish, at any other time of the week.  But on Sunday, shops larger than 280m² may only open for up to six hours between 10am and 6pm.

In Scotland, Sunday trading is fully deregulated and shops may open to serve customers who wish to shop whenever they choose.

Workers' rights to a weekly rest period are enshrined in the EU Working Time Directive.  The rights of workers who prefer not to work on a Sunday in Scotland are protected by the Sunday Working (Scotland) Act 2003, and in England and Wales by the Sunday Trading Act 1994.  These rights should be retained.