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24th June, 2016

Britain should not Invoke Article 50​ in a Hurry

We should not invoke the Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty (2007) in a hurry because that Article is designed to make it almost impossible for any EU member to leave the "Club" without the risk of being "assetstripped" and entangled in continual onerous obligations to the EU.

The best action that the UK can take is to repeal the European Communities Act (1972) (or use it as a bargaining tool) - which will make all UK/EU Treaties null and void and allow Britain to regain control of its fisheries and agriculture - and all our other Sovereign assets which our treacherous politicians; from Heath to Wilson through Thatcher, Major, Blair and Brown gave away without our permission.

This would remove Britain from all its obligations to the Political EU and in a position of strength rather than weakness when negotiating our future relationship with the EU.​​​

(UPDATED 4July16)

​​​​​4th July, 2016
Article 50 Update

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