The United Kingdom Is A Sovereign State Under International Law

1604 WordsJun 22, 20167 Pages
Referendums are not written in law, or are they set in stone or designated to time. For those who 're basing their vote on sovereignty: straightaway, I will clarify that already the United Kingdom is a sovereign state under international law. I will clarify also... that the Parliament in Westminster is the only lawmaking authority in this country. The 'EU ' is not a sovereign state. The 'EU ' only has the powers that it 's gifted under the 'EU ' treaties. If you find judicial systems operating under a 'EU ' priority this is done so under our elected parliament 's instruction. A sovereign state has control. We have that control! - - - Here we have it... the final hours to an uncertain future. This is the result when rhetoric rules over reality... where everything is called 'project fear. ' Meanwhile, in the real world I don 't have the luxury to engage in politicised reverie. "What do the experts know...?" Said a group of pensioners on 'Newsnight ' recently who 're opting to vote out of the 'EU. ' This question sent my curiosity into a whirl wind, because the definition of an expert means that they 're more likely to know what the implications are in regards to leaving the 'EU ' than pensioners who claim earnestly; they want their country back... as if you can singularly own a nation. Don 't aging plebiscites comprehend that thanks to globalization Britain is owned by foreign corporations, so even by leaving we 're not immune to unelected corporate
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