What is the 1972 European Communities Act? The 1972 European Communities Act is the piece of legislation that brought the United Kingdom (UK) into the European Union (EU): it gave EU law supremacy over UK national law. A large amount of EU law currently effective in the UK relies on the 1972 Act.
To leave the European Union the UK Government created legislation to repeal the 1972 European Communities Act. The legislation was titled the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 and it would be enacted on exit day.
Boris Johnson’s Withdrawal Agreement, aka “The Deal” which is actually a new EU Treaty was discussed today.
So, shortly after repealing the 1972 European Communities Act to take us out of the European Union, the lying, thieving, scheming politicians in Westminster will pass through “The Deal” and re-impose the 1972 European Communities Act to put us straight back in the European Union.
The lying politicians will then tell us that Brexit has happened and we’re now an independent country.
Anyone got any Gunpowder for sale?
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