European Constitution Judicial Review

! This post hasn't been updated in over a year. A lot can change in a year including my opinion and the amount of naughty words I use. There's a good chance that there's something in what's written below that someone will find objectionable. That's fine, if I tried to please everybody all of the time then I'd be a Lib Dem (remember them?) and I'm certainly not one of those. The point is, I'm not the kind of person to try and alter history in case I said something in the past that someone can use against me in the future but just remember that the person I was then isn't the person I am now nor the person I'll be in a year's time.

Stuart Wheeler’s judicial review of the British government’s refusal to give us the referendum on the EU not-a-constitution that it promised started today.

Wheeler’s QC provided evidence that the EU Constitution and the Lisbon Treaty are basically the same thing in all but name, including evidence from Valery Giscard d’Estaing, the eurofederalist who first came up with the EU Constitution.

No Mandate Brown’s QC claims that Wheeler is only bringing the case for the “inappropriate purpose” of getting a judgment critical of the British government.

The House of Lords, which has still been debating the EU not-a-constitution despite it being sub judice, is due to vote on giving away our sovereignty on Wednesday, the same day the Commons will vote on whether to institute the illegal and unconstitutional internment of “terrorist” suspects for a month and a half.  That’ll be convenient for our new masters on the continent because Common Law is incompatible with the Napoleonic Code used in the rest of Federal Europe.

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  1. Charlie Marks (365 comments) says:

    Wheeler is a Tory-backer, is he not? Wonder what he makes of Cameron’s wobbling on this issue?

    The fact that only 1% of the EU population (that of the Republic of Ireland) are getting a vote on the renamed treaty tells you all you need to know about what the Eurocrats think of democratic participation…

  2. Manbeast (24 comments) says:

    True enough.

    Our Europhile Establishment know full well what the result of a referendum would be.

    No snouts in the European trough for them!

  3. Axel (1214 comments) says:

    Maybe referendums were popular in the 1930s or whenever Eire was set up and it has gone out of fashion, hence none of the new countries have them?

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