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Our UK Independence Day is closer than you think. Our Plans afoot will tell all.

 

The Countdown to UK Independence Day has started and all you need to know on how it will be achieved by 22 June 2009-if not earlier.

 

[Many will agree that to have the objective anchored immovably in one’s mind’s eye will strengthen one’s determination to bring that event into being as quickly as possible- so it is with the article in Eurofacts journal of 8th October, 2004- where the run-up to our Independence Day is minutely chronicled-into a new epoch of our history leading to a new

Magna Carta

 

of the 21st Century.]

 

 

The Road to Self Government

 

by

 

Ian Milne

 

 

 

 

It is June 2007.[ or earlier] The British electorate has rejected by referendum the draft EU Constitution agreed by heads of state and government in Brussels on 18th June 2004.

 

On Thursday 21st June 2007,[or earlier] in a second referendum, the British electorate voted to leave the EU. The next day, the Prime minister and Leader of the [Her Majesty’s] Opposition sent the following joint letter to the president of the Council. The President of the [EU] Commission and the heads of state and governments of the other twenty-four EU member states, as well as Turkey (a member of the EU Customs Union) and the three European Free trade Association (“EFTA”) member states which, with the EU-25, form the European Economic Area.

“Dear Hans, Nicolas, Angela, Jose etc etc………………..,

 

UK Resumption of Sovereignty.

 

Yesterday, in a referendum, the British electorate voted decisively to leave the European Union. The purpose of this letter is to let you know how the implementation of the electorate’s decision by Her Majesty’s Government will affect the principal strands of the relationship between the EU and the UK

 

Although the British people have now chosen to pursue a different path from the other member states of the EU, we wish to emphasise that the centuries-old objective of our policy of constructive friendship and co-operation with our European neighbours remains unchanged. A strong prosperous and peaceful Europe will continue to be a central aim of British policy and from today [22nd June 2007] onwards we look forward to developing with our European friends and allies a modus operandi [mode of operation] which will further that objective.

 

1. Timing

 

The United Kingdom will become an Independent Sovereign State and cease to be a member of the EU and its Institutions and Agencies exactly two years from now, on 22nd June 2009,[or earlier] referred to hereinafter as I-Day [Independence Day].

 

2. EU Law & Legal Certainty.

 

The EU will cease to be subject to EU Law, Regulation and Case law on I-Day. As from tomorrow, 23rd June 2007, only British courts, including the House of Lords as the highest court in the United Kingdom, will interpret and apply EU law.

 

Accordingly, from tomorrow, judgements of the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) concerning British individuals, corporate bodies and HM Government will be referred to the House of Lords for determination.

 

EU Directives and Regulations already transposed into British law will continue to be valid unless and until repealed by the British parliament.

 

Conflicting rulings of the ECJ and British courts arising during the next twenty-four months will be determined by the usual international dispute settlement procedures, including arbitration, for resolving legal inconsistencies between jurisdictions of Independent Sovereign States.

 

EU Law, Regulation and Case Law will cease to apply to the UK from I-Day onwards.

 

3. managing the transition.

 

A new British ministry, the Ministry of EU Transitional Arrangements “META”, headed by a senior Cabinet minister, will be charged, as from tomorrow, with the responsibility of managing and negotiating the transition process. META’s second in command will be a senior Opposition shadow minister.

 

The creation of META will facilitate negotiations by giving our allies and friends in EU-24, EFTA and outside Europe a “single telephone number” for all matters concerned with British disengagement from the EU.

 

Other ministries (HM Treasury, the FCO, the DTI, DEFRA, the Ministry of Defence etc etc) will report to META on all transition matters. META will be staffed by senior executives from the British private sector, from business, transport, energy, City, farming, fishing and legal circles.

 

The latest project-management techniques will be bought-in from the private sector to ensure that the transition process runs smoothly and completes on time.

 

META may invite other ministries to second civil servants to it on temporary contracts. META will complete the bulk of the work by I-Day, but remain in existence for a further two years, to help resolve any “left over issues”. By Statute, it will be dissolved exactly four years from today.

 

4. European parliament

 

British MEP’s will continue to represent their constituents in the European parliament until I-Day, but will not participate or vote in any new legislation brought before parliament n the next twenty-four months. Their salaries and allowances will be progressively reduced over this period to reflect their reduced workload. They will resign their seats on I-Day and thereafter take no further part in the Parliament’s activities.

 

5. Commission and Council

 

British officials and employees of the Commission will negotiate the timing and terms of their departure with the relevant Directorates. British representation at COREPER and in other EU institutions and agencies will be progressively reduced over the next twenty-four months, in co-operation with the relevant EU bodies and the 24 member states.

 

6.           EU Budget

 

The UK’s monthly gross contributions to and receipts from the EU Budget will be reduced by 1/24th on a straight-line basis in each of the 24 months between now and I-Day, to reflect the progressive disengagement of the UK from the EU over that period.

 

7. Trade

On I-Day, UK trade will cease to be regulated by the EU, and the UK will resume its own seat and vote at the World Trade Organisation (“WTO”).

 

The UK notes that the EU already has 91 Free Trade Agreements (“FTA’s) with non-EU countries, believes that an FTA between the UK and EU-24 coming into force on I-Day will be in the interests of both parties, and proposes that negotiations to that end begin immediately.

 

If it is not possible to conclude such an EFTA trade between the UK and EU-24 will be conducted as provided for in the WTO, UN, NATO, OECD and other multilateral treaties, with the UK having the status vis--vis EU-24 as the USA, Japan and other leading non-EU trading nations.

 

In parallel, the UK will seek to negotiate mutually satisfactory trading arrangements with the four EFTA member states, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.

 

8.Defence

On I-Day the UK will cease to participate in EU defence planning, activities and operations, including its arms-procurement agencies. From I-Day onwards, British armed forces will be deployed in the defence of the European continent through NATO.

 

 

9.Foreign Policy

On I-Day the UK will withdraw from all EU foreign policy involvement. Thereafter, the UK will conduct its own foreign policy, through the United Nations, with regional bodies and with its allies including the EU and its 24 member states.

 

10.Economic and Monetary Union (“EMU”)

The UK will cease all involvement in the EMU, including the European Central Bank, on I-Day.

 

11.         Common Agricultural Policy and Common Fisheries Policy.

The UK will cease all involvement in the CAP and the CFO on I-Day

 

 

12.         Immigration and Asylum

The UK will cease all involvement in the EU immigration and asylum matters and resume full and absolute control of its borders on I-Day

 

13.         International Aid

 

The UK will cease involvement in EU aid programmes worldwide on I-Day. From I-Day onwards, UK aid will be provided directly to recipient countries or through multilateral agencies such as the UN.

 

14.         Enabling legislation in the UK.

 

A Bill to give effect to the measures set out above will be laid before the House of Commons next week.

 

Her Majesty’s Government looks forward to working with the institutions and agencies of the EU and its 24 member states to ensure the transition takes place with minimal disruption.

 

A copy of this letter is being sent to the Heads of Government (and where appropriate the Heads of State) of the UK’s Commonwealth partners, the President of the United States of America, the Heads of State and Government of other countries, and the Secretaries-General of the United nations, the North Atlantic treaty Organisation, the World trade Organisation, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank 9etc etc). A copy of this letter is also being released to the media and posted on META’s web-site,gov. www.withdrawal.uk

 

Yours sincerely,

 

The Prime minister

 

The Leader of Her Majesty’s Opposition

 

London, 22nd June 2007.

 

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[Let us all fight together to make this happen sooner rather than later.

With True Reason and Right Purpose as our aim we will obtain Victory- First as a gathering force to be reckoned with on the political landscape and Finally, with Representation in OUR Historic House of Commons true subjects of

HM Queen

Elizabeth the Second

of

England

Scotland

Wales

Northern Ireland

and

All other territories of the Old Commonwealth. ]

 

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Daniel Hannan - Forming an OPPOSITION to the EU

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VOTE

MAY -2007

 

TO LEAVE THE EUROPEAN UNION

WITH THE ONLY PARTY WITH A MANDATE

TO SET YOU

 FREE

 

THE

UK INDEPENDENCE PARTY

www.ukip.org

 

TO RECLAIM YOUR DEMOCRACY DON'T VOTE FOR THE TRIPARTITE PARTIES IN WESTMINSTER

BUT

SMALL PARTIES THAT SPEAK THEIR MINDS WITHOUT SPIN AND LIES.

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ONLY

PRO-PORTIONAL REPRESENTATION

WILL BRING DEMOCRACY BACK TO THE ENGLISH PEOPLE

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Home Rule for Scotland

WHY NOT

HOME RULE for ENGLAND

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MAY/07

 

[All underlined words have a separate bulletin

THE QUESTION THAT THE VOTER MUST ANSWER

 

DO YOU WISH TO BE GOVERNED BY YOUR OWN PEOPLE, LAW AND CUSTOM OR BY THE CORRUPT ,EXPENSIVE UNACCOUNTABLE AND ALIEN BUSYBODY BRUSSELS’

 

-SIMPLE IS IT NOT?

 

 

 
 

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