Where Angles Fear to Tread

June 24, 2016

Is it time for a Government of National Unity

Filed under: Politics, UK Politics — Right Angle @ 11:36 am

Following the result of the EU referendum it is clear that the majority of people who voted want to leave. What we now need to do is get everything in place to survive on our own, but we have 40 years of laws which refer (in varying degrees) to EU legislation.

Ideally I would expect a ‘copy Europe’ approach to speed things along and then we can make changes at our leisure without having a huge gap in legislation that people can drive entire counties through.

For this we need law makers – in both the commons and House of Lords – to act in the areas they know best. We also need to ensure that the 48% of the public who voted to remain and the 63% percent of people who didn’t vote for the Conservatives in the General Election. A use of all the experts in these Houses, and others outside it, to rewrite any affected legislation with the minimum impact on intent – would ensure that the socialist section of British society were not ignored, and that the Laws we rewrite aren’t only done from a perspective of the Conservative views.

I say this as a staunch Conservative supporter, but we must ensure everyone is with us on this journey.

-Right Angle


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