Letters: Michael Warden, June 7, 2016

Prime Minister David Cameron at the Peterborough Conservative Club EMN-160605-151120009
Prime Minister David Cameron at the Peterborough Conservative Club EMN-160605-151120009
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For those who are as yet undecided – and for those who are committed to Remain – may I offer the following: On May 9, it was announced that, as from January 1, 2017, EU law would be binding on all member states. The basis of EU law is largely the Napoleonic Code. There is no Habeas Corpus. You can be held for 90 days without being charged.

There is no right to trial by jury. There is no assumption of innocence until proven guilty. Where there is conflict between EU law and member states, EU law prevails. An EU army is already formed, directed by unelected EU bureaucrats and empowered to enter any European state (full statement will be issued after the referendum). Joining the Eurozone will not be an option. TTIP will be enforced and will destroy the NHS. Since Maastricht in 1992, UK National Debt has risen from £200 billion to £1,600 billion. £40 billion per year is needed from taxation just to fund the interest.

Despite many words from Cameron, continued mass immigration into an already over populated country has put an impossible strain on resources. Should this bring about civil unrest (which it will), we can look forward to an EU army to restore order.

Michael Warden, Tilney St Lawrence