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Friday, December 29, 2006


Christmas repeal - vote now

Radio 4's Today programme is running a vote for which act of Parliament should be repealed. I've voted for the European Comunities Act 1972 which gives the EU primacy over UK law and the control freaks more control over our lives.

The list of acts is:
Dangerous Dogs Act
Serious Organised Crime and Police Act
Human Rights Act
European Communities Act
The Hunting Act
Act of Settlement

Also worth a read is Daniel Hannan's piece in this mornings Daily Telegraph 'Comment' section and the accompanying 'Opinion' piece.

Incidentally; if you think that the EU is a good idea, remember that after March there will be no 'getting away' from a French or German speeding ticket or Parking fine. See this item, also in the Daily Telegraph.

Voting on a radio programme might not change the world, but our current crop of media savvy politicians might sit up and take notice (Or at least be patronisingly dismissive in public). Go on, you have nothing to lose but your chains.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

One act that definitely should be repealed is the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Act 2006 (aka the Abolition of Parliament Act).

Read it and you'll understand why.

It is scary and puts EU primary legislation into the shade.

(Nonetheless sponsored by the EU, for its own reasons.)

Sunday, December 31, 2006 3:06:00 pm  

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