THE FACTS, NOT FICTION
The most important task UK MPs have to urgently do, is to vote on the February 2016 deal
EXTENSION DATE UPDATE
May has stated there will be a vote 27th March 2019 on a SI (Statutory Instrument) to extend the EU leave date to 12th April 2019.
MP’s have confirmed that despite statements which have been made, there will be no border between Northern Ireland and Ireland, so a backstop is not required.
The EU have stated they have granted to the UK, two extensions to the exit date of 11pm, 29th March 2019. The two extension are:
1. If May’s existing deal is approved by Parliament, the new leave (not leave) date would be 23rd May 2019, subject to new or amended legislation, passed before the legal leave date
Approval is likely to be given, as most MP are likely to succumb to her and the EU’s blackmail.
2. If May’s deal is rejected or not held*, the UK’s leave date will continue to be 11pm, 29th March 2019, as this date and time is written into UK law. The EU have now stated that should approval of May’s deal not occur, they will grant the UK an extension to 12th April 2019. These additional two weeks would aid May to get her deal approved, and legislation amended. Unless Parliament agree to this extension and all new or amended legislation is passed prior the legal leave date, then the legal leave date remains.
Without May’s deal MPs can vote for alternative legislation and amendments, which will be submitted by other MPs to alter how the UK leaves the EU, but these are unlikely to be passed. Any alternative arrangements would require new or amended legislation, which must be passed and in place prior to the legal exit date and time. Any amended leave date would also have to be agreed with the EU. Some MPs have already suggested alternative arrangments, these are:
a) Ignore the referendum majority vote to leave and continue as a member of the European Union.
Not only would this be a disaster, but it would also be undemocractic and not constitutionally permitted.
To ignore the majority would result in condemnation of the UK and EU by many other countries, which would result in sanctions being applied to both. Sanctions will seriously damage the economies of the UK and other 27 other member countries of the EU.
b) May’s deal is voted on yet again and receives a majority, will result in the UK’s new leave (not leave) date being 23rd May 2019, subject to new or amended legislation, passed before the legal leave date.
C) Vote for a significant extension to the leave date. Any significant extension would result in the UK having to take part in the European Union election, so there would a requirement for the UK to vote to elect MEPs (Members of the European Parliament).
Any extension would increase the amount of money the UK would have to pay to the EU by the following estimated amounts:
Extension until 12th April 2019, just under three quarters of £1 billion extra, (£715,384,615,384)
Extension until 22nd May 2019, about £2.8 billion extra, (£2,759,370,659,340)
The EU will not apply the reduction / rebate to the amount due for the extensions
Irrespective of the current or any revised leave date,
May will extend and continue to extend this.
May made a public statement in number 10 Downing Street, at 8.41pm 20th March 2019. Her statement contained significant inaccuracies as it was designed to mislead the public into thinking she was acting in their best interest, and that leaving the EU was her goal.
Most MPs do not want to leave the EU. They want an extension, so that it would give them time to make up another disastous deal, which would stop the UK leaving.
For MPs to agree to her deal will be a great disaster for this Great Nation.
* May’s deal cannot be resubmitted for a vote again unless it is significantly changed.
Parliamentary practice is govered by what is commonly know as Erkine May or simply May
It is known to be the official guide on the correct parliamentary practice. The guide was created by Thomas Erskine May in 1844, who in 1870 became the Clerk to the House of Commons. The full title of the guide is “A treatise on the law, privileges, proceedings and usage of Parliament”
(Some books and records state he was clerk to the House of Common in 1844, but this is incorrect.)
Rumour had surfaced that May was going to call a general election, but this will now not be the case.
She has been told if she attempts to, she will be removed as Party leader of the Conservatives, so could no longer be Prime Minister. This would mean a new resident at number 10 (Prime Minister) and a number of changes to the Cabinet.
Due to the statement she made 20th March 2019, she has upset quite a few MPs, including those in her party. It would not be a surprise, if she was not replaced, within the next few weeks.
Her latest tactic is to offer the DUP (Democratice Unionist Party) more money to support her deal, which they have so far refused. Offering the DUP our money is a repeat of a tactic she has used before.
When May discovered she had lost her majority in Parliament she made a deal with the DUP which cost us £1billion, which she gave to Ireland, so that the DUP would support her.
Is this not an abuse of power and public funds?
To get her deal, how much is she going to offer now, over £1billion?
She will spend as much of our money and make promises as required to any MP, so that they agree to vote for her deal. She lost by 149 votes the second time, so she could spend billions of our money in order to get her deal accepted.
Who benefits from May’s deal?
Herself and the EU
Why is May trying to get MPs to vote for her deal and what happens if they do?
Her deal is to the benefit of the EU
It will keep the UK in the EU
Part of a speech to the European Parliament made by EU President Jean-Claude Juncker on 28th June 2016, only four days after the referendum.
“But of course we must realise, as a matter of common sense, that we have to establish and develop a new relationship with Great Britain.
What this new relationship will look like will depend not only on the as yet unknown negotiating stance of the British negotiators; it also depends on us.”
“It is we who set the agenda, not those who want to leave the European Union.”
What does it cost the UK to be in the EU?
What it cost the UK in 2017
As is know in 1984 the late Margaret Thatcher obtained from the EU a 66% reduction (rebate) in what the UK pays each year, but what has happened to this 66% reduction (rebate)?
In 2000, the then Prime Minister agreed with the EU to renegotiate the UK’s reduction (rebate). The reduction (rebate) was reduced to 30%. The following table reveals the additional cost to the UK in 2017. The total additional cost to the UK since 2000 is estimated to be nearly £100 Billion.
Being and staying in the EU, what happens to the UK in the future (within 10 years)
There is a deal, which is right for the UK and was drawn up by the UK, it is in our best interests and not that of the EU
The deal, which must be put to MPs and voted on, is one drawn up February 2016.
Does not everyone have the right to know the facts.
Get the media to report on the facts revealed by this website.
You will be helping our Great Nation
To all reading this.
If you are not an MP, make sure your MP knows about this, and urgently tell them.
If you or your MP voted remain, still read this.
As an MP you need to seriously think about what you agree to, concerning our Great Nation leaving or staying in the European Union.
Remember, the fate of this Great Nation is in your hands.
The countries which make up this Great Nation have for thousands of years fought alone or side by side to protect their country, this nation and people.
Is the suffering and death of millions of people of this Great Nation over the centuries all in vain, and can be disregarded just to surrender to the will and wishes of the few.
You are all MPs of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and your duty is this Great Nation, no other. This applies to Scottish MPs as you too are part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain.
February 2016 a better exit deal
The February 2016 deal has no backstop or transistion period as neither were or are required.
The UK Government choose to ignore and reveal it. They act as if the deal does not and has never existed.
February 2016 Deal
It was agreed that a European Exit deal was required for what at the time was thought to be the highly unlikely referendum result would be to leave. A group was formed to draft a deal which would be in the UK’s best interests and would ensure a managed break away from the European Union.
In the deal there was and is no transition period or backstop, as these were not and are not necessary.
The result of the deal would be as if the UK had never joined.
The wording and the contents of the deal would have made it impossible for the European Union not to accept it.
Why has no one been told of this deal; a deal which was created four months before the referendum, so over three years ago.
Had this deal been put in place immediately after the referendum result, the UK would have already left, and would not be in the current disaster.
Who does not know about this deal!
MPs (including your MP)
Civil Servants and those who work in and for the Government.
Who knows this deal exists and its contents
The current Prime Minister (voted to stay in the European Union)
Some MP’s (might be yours), we know of one.
Some Civil Servants and some of those who work in and for the Government.
Some in the media
THE CURRENT DISASTER
The current deal is over 600 pages in length, will despite what has and is being stated will keep the UK in the European Union. This is the very deal the current Prime Minister is trying to force other MP’s to accept.
The current prime minister has given MPs two choices, vote for her deal or the UK will not leave.
What do they choose? What would you choose?
1. Vote for her deal and stay in the European Union.
2. Reject her deal and stay in the European Union.
Why is the current deal the current prime minister is trying to force MPs to agree to, over 600 pages in length?
Bigger is better as it makes it easier is to hide things you do not want people to see. How many people are going to read through a 600 page document? Not many.
What has and will the current Prime Minister do to enforce her will on the British public. (Is the UK a democracy or dictatorship?)
What happens if you speak out, (Freedom of Expression no longer exists in the UK)
The things the current Prime Minister does to stop people speaking out will be added later, but at the moment the state of this Great Nation is at stake, and more important than exposing more dirty tactics and tricks (abuse of office) being carried out by MPs.