“I don’t know what would happen if we leave the EU, and that’s the problem,” he told the BBC.
“It turns out all those who clamoured for Ken Livingstone to be suspended from the Labour Party – on the basis that Nazi Germany and Zionist Jews never had an agreement – were completely wrong. Perhaps John Mann needs to reconsider his actions of earlier today (April 28) – along with all those who accused Livingstone of “rewriting history” when he really was simply quoting it.”
In their manifesto, the Conservatives pledged to scrap the 15-year rule for expats voting in elections. The government says it remains committed to doing so, but stress that the plan is not connected to the referendum.
Bashing the European Court of Human Rights is not a new development in Conservative policy – although it’s worth remembering that it was one of May’s predecessors as a Tory Home Secretary, David Maxwell Fyfe (also a prosecutor at Nuremberg, no less), who helped to draft the 1950 ECHR.
European Convention on Human Rights was the first instrument to give effect to certain of the rights stated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and make them binding.
Now 60+ years later, is it actually in violation of the Convention to suggest taking those rights away?
Regardless of the outcome of the referendum, she said she still believed the UK should leave the European Convention of Human Rights
Less than one fifth of a percent. Is that really too much?
There are an estimated126,000 refugees living in the UK. That’s just 0.19% of the total population (64.1 million people).
“right man to take us out of the European Union”.