Let’s join Norway, Switzerland and Russia outside the EU

Repeal the 1972 European Communities Act so we can leave the EU. It's always mentioned that Norway and Switzerland are both extremely prosperous European nations outside the European Union but no one ever mentions Russia as a successful non EU nation. The Russians and their Red Army did a fantastic job – as did Britain and America – in overcoming German led European Unionism in World War 2. We might once again need help from the Americans and Russians to break the stranglehold that the German dominated EU now has on our country unless we leave the EU now.

Why is this idea important?

Repeal the 1972 European Communities Act so we can leave the EU. It's always mentioned that Norway and Switzerland are both extremely prosperous European nations outside the European Union but no one ever mentions Russia as a successful non EU nation. The Russians and their Red Army did a fantastic job – as did Britain and America – in overcoming German led European Unionism in World War 2. We might once again need help from the Americans and Russians to break the stranglehold that the German dominated EU now has on our country unless we leave the EU now.

Repeal of the 1972 European Communities Act

Repeal of the 1972 European Communities Act. This would return our country to the status of a sovereign & independent state. The government of our country would be by our democratically elected parliament, who cannot give away our sovereignty, rather than by those in a foreign country who have no legitimacy as our law-makers.  The more recent acceptance by our government of the day of the Lisbon Treaty was a dishonest act by dishonest people, entirely in keeping with the ways of the EU. Such repeal, and the consequent repeal of the various treaties, which our governments since 1972 have illegitimately signed, culminating in Lisbon, would ensure that all those many thousand edicts handed down to us from the Brussels politburo which the treaties gave us no choice but to enact into law, would be washed away – and good riddance. If any laws are needed for the benefit of our citizens, then our parliament should make them, as they have done for a thousand years, and without interference from a foreign country.

Why is this idea important?

Repeal of the 1972 European Communities Act. This would return our country to the status of a sovereign & independent state. The government of our country would be by our democratically elected parliament, who cannot give away our sovereignty, rather than by those in a foreign country who have no legitimacy as our law-makers.  The more recent acceptance by our government of the day of the Lisbon Treaty was a dishonest act by dishonest people, entirely in keeping with the ways of the EU. Such repeal, and the consequent repeal of the various treaties, which our governments since 1972 have illegitimately signed, culminating in Lisbon, would ensure that all those many thousand edicts handed down to us from the Brussels politburo which the treaties gave us no choice but to enact into law, would be washed away – and good riddance. If any laws are needed for the benefit of our citizens, then our parliament should make them, as they have done for a thousand years, and without interference from a foreign country.

Reducing The United Kingdom’s National Deficit – No To Europe & Foreign Aid

According to the Maastricht Treaty, the deficit of any nation should not exceed 3% of the Gross Domestic Product of that Nation.  According to the Office For National Statistics our 2009 deficit at £159,200,000,000 was 11.4% of the Gross Domestic Product.  According to the Maastricht Treaty, the cumulative debit of any nation should not exceed 60% of the Gross Domestic Product of that Nation.  According to the Office For National Statistics our 2009 cumulative debt at £950,400,000,000 was 68.1% of the Gross Domestic Product.  It is clear from these figures that something is very, very wrong.

Why is this idea important?

According to the Maastricht Treaty, the deficit of any nation should not exceed 3% of the Gross Domestic Product of that Nation.  According to the Office For National Statistics our 2009 deficit at £159,200,000,000 was 11.4% of the Gross Domestic Product.  According to the Maastricht Treaty, the cumulative debit of any nation should not exceed 60% of the Gross Domestic Product of that Nation.  According to the Office For National Statistics our 2009 cumulative debt at £950,400,000,000 was 68.1% of the Gross Domestic Product.  It is clear from these figures that something is very, very wrong.