Skip to comments.UK parliament should have right to veto EU laws, MPs say
Posted on 01/13/2014 1:53:12 PM PST by Olog-hai
The UK parliament should have the right to throw out EU laws, according to a letter from Conservative MPs to Prime Minister David Cameron.
In the letter, made public on Sunday (12 January), 95 Conservatives (out of a total of 225) stated that the House of Commons should be able to block new EU legislation and repeal existing measures that threaten Britains national interests.
A national parliament veto power would allow the UK to recover control over our borders, to lift EU burdens on business, to regain control over energy policy and to disapply the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
The idea was quickly dismissed by ministers.
I don't think its realistic (that)
any one parliament can veto laws across the European Union, Justice Minister Chris Grayling told the BBC in an interview Sunday.
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If the UK decided to take up this power through their Parliament (or exit the EU as constructed) they COULD ABSOUTELY do it. It would be a matter of also restructuring UK courts and police powers over enforcement over regulations as that would be the next step to block anti-UK legislation.
Maggie Thatcher was pushed out of power by the agents of the European Union. Imagine how much stronger their influence is in Westminster these days?
I’d like to see Mr. Farage in power in the UK.
That’ would be a sight to put a fright into the ultra-socialists!