European Arrest Warrant bringing huge backbench rebellion

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British people should be well afraid of the EAW.  There are enough tales of terrible injustice already.  Do we really need more of the same?

There is no greater example of our total slavery to the system, as people’s lives are wrecked by the corrupt legal systems of countries like Greece, Belgium and so on.

We need out of the EAW.

Good defence of the rebellion here.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02b5hcd

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One Response to “European Arrest Warrant bringing huge backbench rebellion”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    Note how the LIBLABCON merchants in a fixed term parliament bought enough time for this High Treason to occur, an unlawful transfer of sovereignty compounding previous acts of trechary. Note how post Nov 1st TPP is negotiated and signed by the never audited EU.

    Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a secretive, multi-national trade agreement.

    Note how the UK no longer has a veto.

    http://europa.eu/legislation_summaries/glossary/qualified_majority_en.htm

    On the 1st November 2014 the right of Parliament to legislate over us in 43 areas, the important ones, will be removed and be made subject to approval, by majority vote of the lying undemocratic and unelected bastards fronting the EU.

    With the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon a new system known as “double majority” was introduced. It will enter into force on 1 November 2014. The Nice system shall remain applicable during the transition period up to 31 October 2014. In accordance with the Treaty, the new qualified majority corresponds to at least 55% of the members of the Council, comprising at least 15 of them and representing at least 65% of the European population. A blocking minority may be formed comprising at least four members of the Council.

    As the various institutional reforms have taken effect, qualified majority voting has replaced unanimous voting. The Treaty of Lisbon continues in the same vein by extending the qualified majority to issues which were up until now governed by unanimity, such as external border control, asylum, and the negotiation of international agreements on trade matters.

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