An unjust law is not a law

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Fifteen fundamental reasons Mrs May’s Withdrawal Agreement is an abomination

Brexit Facts4EU.Org

28 Feb 2019

1. From 29 March 2019 the UK will be under the de facto jurisdiction of a group of 27 foreign powers, with no ability to veto laws or procedures affecting our country and its citizens

2. The EU27 can make decisions in Council behind closed doors, with no published minutes, which would profoundly affect British businesses, citizens, and the economy

3. The EU27 could even impose new taxes on the UK, and Parliament could do nothing about it

4. The EU27 could cripple the vitally-important UK financial sector, with new taxes and regulations

5. A major part of the Agreement (the Northern Irish Protocol) purports to lock the UK into a permanent customs union with the EU, with no unilateral right of the UK to terminate

6. The Northern Ireland Protocol requires the Province to obey existing and new Single Market rules, with no say over them, and effectively makes Northern Ireland a colony of the EU and the Republic, thereby breaking the United Kingdom in two

7. The UK will have no right to do international free trade deals – a key economic benefit of Brexit – because it must stick to protectionist EU tariffs. The British public cannot benefit from an independent trade policy resulting in much cheaper imported goods, nor can our exporters thrive

8. Any new EU trade agreements would require the UK to match the new lower tariffs, but the countries
involved would not be required to reciprocate in respect of the UK

9. The UK would remain under the jurisdiction of the ECJ until at least the end of 2020 and the agreement makes provision to extend this until 2022

10. In some parts of the law, British courts would have to obey the ECJ for over 100 years – the lifetime of children yet unborn

11. The UK would not be a truly sovereign nation in the lifetime of anyone reading this

12. The Agreement means the UK paying at least £39 billion, despite there being no legal obligation to pay anything like that amount, and with no new UK-EU trade deal guaranteed in return

13. The final amount taken from British taxpayers would be decided by the EU, and the UK would have no say because the ECJ would rule on this

14. Other aspects of the Agreement and Political Declaration would adversely affect the UK’s autonomy in fishing, defence, foreign policy, competition law, state aid and many other areas

15. The Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration together lock the UK into a continuing and subservient relationship with the EU, agreeing to match and “build upon” current arrangements, giving
away money, sovereignty, laws, and even decisions on the very composition of the United Kingdom itself.