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Why the law says “Yes” even if others disagree. What happens when the domestic legal system is inherently international?
THE CLAIM: "Any country joining the European Union must have a fiscal deficit at 3% or below. With the Scottish deficit at almost 8% the SNP must outline how Scotland could join the European Union as an independent country."
Brexit has destroyed the Conservative art of statecraft – and it could take decades to rebuild 13/06/2019
The Tory commitment to self-imposed isolation – and the loss of influence involved in being impacted by Europe’s decisions and yet not shaping them – makes even less strategic sense now than in back in the party’s pro-European days.
Diplomatic cables reveal the monarch also appeared to back the creation of a single market. / The Queen confided to the German ambassador that she believed the future of Britain lay in Europe, newly released diplomatic cables from 1988 have shown.
Gerard Batten also says Queen should never have approved ‘treasonous’ Maastricht treaty.