Laws should not be made nor taxes raised by anyone except our own elected representatives.
Never again must major decision-making about the governance of our country be made by individuals whom the British people cannot vote for, or vote to remove.
Democracy is not a bargaining chip for (debatable) economic advantage, it is the bedrock of a prosperous and free society. It has been shocking to witness so many of our politicians adopt such a casual attitude towards this principle. They have refused to defend our hard-fought democracy and indeed have actively encouraged the further dilution of it.
After a 43 year experiment as members of the European Union, coming to an end as a result of the 2016 EU referendum, we the British people insist that our democracy and right to self-government are paramount, and they must never be traded ever again.
We are fully in favour of leaving the European Union
They believe that a good king is better than a bad Parliament. I have never taken that view.
British Member of Parliament
MPs’ power is merely borrowed, lent by their constituents – it’s not theirs to give away
Governments and Parliaments since 1973 have been complicit in the gradual transfer of decision-making powers from the United Kingdom to what is now called the European Union, without the explicit permission of the British people, and it has been morally wrong throughout.
Our recent history has shown, in relation to our EU membership especially, that government ministers elected for a relatively short period will prioritise paternalism and self-interest ahead of democracy. They seek personal political achievement as they see it and will volunteer as few of their ideas for public approval as possible.
Now that we are leaving the European Union to once again become a free, independent and self-governing nation, determined by the democratic collective view of the people, this hard-won status must now be protected by a new British Constitution, safeguarded by the British Supreme Court.
Should a future government wish to render our country less independent or less self-governing, they must only be able to do so with an explicit mandate from the British people expressed via a referendum.
While timid politicians cry “isolation”, we recognise that we will always co-operate with friends and allies – but we want to be a truly internationalist and leading country again rather than a servile one.
Having now, in full view of the world, rejected protectionist inward-looking, elitist, liberty-encroaching regional government, vis-à-vis the European Union, Britain should now lead the charge towards openness and substantially increased worldwide free trade.
Free trade, the freedom for private citizens and businesses to trade without government-installed barriers, is an effective mechanism for poverty alleviation, conflict resolution and social justice.
If the world’s poorest countries had access to the world’s richest markets, their economies would grow and the livelihoods of their people would improve, and at a much faster rate than overseas aid alone can achieve.
Henceforth, Britain should show international leadership and argue the case for wealth-creating and poverty-alleviating global free trade.
Britain has been an independent world leading nation for centuries
Discard the Government’s Withdrawal Agreement and aim for a straight-forward Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
Ensure we leave the European Union (EU) with or without a deal
We are a group of grassroots activists working within our own personal resources seeking to make a positive difference for our local communities and our country.
With politics so detached from the people, we are pro-Brexit and want a better deal for the people. We value in particular national self-government, the empowerment of citizens and individual freedom and opportunity.
Promoted by Gerald O'Brien, the Party Chairman, on behalf of the Foundation Party both at 71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9JQ.