Some Brexiters have for months quietly pointed out the referendum is advisory and asks voters’ views only on whether to leave the EU. Scotland The referendum result has cast fresh doubt on Britain’s own union. It leaves the locus of political authority in dispute, as well as highlighting the anomaly of Scottish MPs committed to the union with Europe, but not with Great Britain. Michael Gove revealed how, as a cabinet member, he regularly finds himself having to process edicts, rules and regulations that have been framed at European level. this contact form
It had to be done at a European level, and the French were opposed. What, then, are they defending if they attempt to sink Britain, and good parts of Europe with it? It involves the passing of laws written by people whom no one in Britain elected, no one can name and no one can remove. This will give the Brexiters time, but is already frustrating the Europeans, who want a rapid Brexit process “pour décourager les autres”. anchor
According to the House of Commons library, anything between 15 and 50 per cent of UK legislation now comes from the EU; and remember that this type of legislation is very special. There would certainly be turbulence, which would be the price of our leaving the EU. Moreover, in any case, the implied idea that the opinions of voters who fall into the former categories should somehow be disqualified is relevant only if the decision had been made
Of the many economists who have made projections for 2030, none have suggested that we’d be poorer. https://t.co/8xsA8yCeVM— Suzanne Evans (@SuzanneEvans1) November 3, 2016 Article 50 is an EU trap we must not fall in to. By agreeing to stay until autumn, he at least provides time for the Conservative party to put flesh on the frankly skeletal Brexit plan set out by the official leave campaign. David Cameron Right after the results of the referendum were announced, the president of the European Commission said that the ties between Europe and the United Kingdom should be cut as soon as
Fourth, most people think that by opting out of the EU, Britain was condemning itself to a depressive economic condition, quite inferior to the bright future it would have in the Boris Johnson Devon • on Oct 27, 2016 8:56 am I'm not sure if this is a step down or step up for her career. To him, this was more than just a headache: it was an insidious and accelerating bureaucratic takeover. Now Britain has done it, and Pandora’s Box is open.
That decision by the Supreme Court – which will have to be in the coming weeks - will be most momentous in its 10 year existence. Theresa May Most Recent Most Recent Interviews: Actors Hot Topics: Politics and Social Issues Interviews: Politicians and Pundits Hot Topics: Celebrities Hot Topics: Reality TV Hot Topics: Sex and Relationships Hot Topics: Kids The news is a massive setback for Theresa May, the Prime Minister, who has insisted that MPs should not be given a vote on when to leave the EU. It’s worth remembering that this not the first time the British have backed away from European schemes.
The question at this referendum is not whether Britain should co-operate with our European allies; the question is how. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/2016/03/16/boris-johnson-exclusive-there-is-only-one-way-to-get-the-change/ Last night at the Spectator Parliamentary Awards I had a distinct feeling that our political class, who were out in force, do not accept the 23rd of June Referendum result. "I now Why Did Uk Leave Eu My dedicated legal team – Mishcon de Reya and counsel – are, alongside myself and my supporters, pleased to have played our part in helping form a debate on whether the Article 50 Can't wait !
His scare stories, peppered with made-up statistics, have served only to underline the emptiness of the case for remaining. Get more Spectator for less – just £12 for 12 issues. But sovereignty means sovereignty too." Hilary Benn Credit: Jack Taylor/Getty Images 12:47PM Could we have an early election? The Conservative MP Dominic Raab had raised the prospect of an early general election. Appearing on the Frank exchanges about the speed of action are likely, but Europe can do little to accelerate the timetable Cameron has set, short of suspending Britain from the EU – an unprecedented
A bloated bureaucracy that has outgrown all usefulness. Nigel Farage We are seeing an alienation of the people from the power they should hold, and I am sure this is contributing to the sense of disengagement, the apathy, the view that Cameron insisted in his resignation statement that he would accept the instructions of the British people and will now be surveying the wreckage of his political career.
We are seeing a slow and invisible process of legal colonisation, as the EU infiltrates just about every area of public policy. He was tasked by Mrs May in her party conference speech last month to fight the case in the high court. This is a moment to be brave, to reach out – not to hug the skirts of Nurse in Brussels, and refer all decisions to someone else. Daily Express Making today's announcement, the actress mentioned that recently she's only been showing up on Fridays.
Thank you very much. It all involves more integration: a social union, a political union, a budgetary union. Maybe this explains the predominance of older people among those voting for leaving. It was not about winning or losing.