Theresa May will on Sunday announce she will repeal the 1972 European Communities Act in a move that will formally begin the process of making Britain’s Parliament sovereign once again.

Addressing the Conservative Party Conference for the first time as leader, Mrs May will declare that her Government will begin work to end the legislation that gives European Union law supremacy in Britain.

In its place, a new “Great Repeal Bill” will be introduced in Parliament as early as next year to put power for the nation’s laws back into the hands of MPs and peers.

Yippee, Yippee, Yippee!

I think a party in London the day that receives Royal Assent, don’t you?

7 thoughts on “Hurrah!”

  1. So Much For Subtlety

    A pity those powers are in the hands of our politicians and “peers”. The people would be better.

    But I still don’t believe she means it or it will happen. They will talk and talk and talk until British people are a minority in their own homeland. I reckon it won’t happen.

  2. As Indiana Jones observed “The last step is usually when the ground falls away under your feet”.

    Now is the time to double-down on them.

    And time for active counter-measures against Remainiac scum.

  3. ‘…to put power for the nation’s laws back into the hands of MPs and peers.’

    And in one fell swoop, Parliament, in all its glory, squashed Brexit in its first flexing of its sovereignty muscles.

  4. So Much For Subtlety

    Theophrastus – “You also believed the referendum would never be held, but it was.”

    Was it? I suppose we have to accept the evidence that it was. But let’s see if it gets a result. I don’t see how an entirely Euroskeptic Establishment is going to make this work.

  5. It’s so touching, the way you seem to think that our Upstanding Members are going to be such competent, disinterested, fair, unlobbyable, incorrupt, and just lawmakers.

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