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Urgent Appeal to The Queen

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A second postcard appeal to The Queen has been launched. The first was quite successful in driving the government to promise a referendum on the EU Constitution in 2004. We hope that this appeal will remind Her Majesty of Her Constitutional powers, which we are afraid she deprecates. The card reads -

Your Majesty,
I appeal to you to defend and uphold the British Constitution, as you promised us in your Coronation Oath. I urge you to refuse your Royal Assent to any Bill to enact the E.U. Reform Treaty, unless we, the British people, have first been allowed to have our say in a fair referendum. You promised to govern us according to our laws and customs. The Bill of Rights 1689 states that we should never be ruled by ‘foreign powers’.

In 2004, after large numbers of Britons petitioned both you and your government, Tony Blair promised us a referendum on the European Constitution. As nearly all European and British leaders agree, the E.U. Reform Treaty is a virtual carbon copy of the European Constitution, with around 99% of its wording the same as four years ago.

This Treaty will bring in a European government. Britain would be forced to accept a European foreign and defence policy, including an E.U. army and paramiltary units with the right to operate on our soil. Precious rights such as the presumption of innocence and trial by jury will no longer be guaranteed. Under the Treaty, the E.U. will have power to further remove what independence we have left, without our consent. You may by convention have to follow government advice when giving Royal Assent, but, equally, the government must not give you unconstitutional advice.

Order the Cards
5 for £1 (20p each) 20 for £3 (17p each) 50 for £6 (12 p each) 100 for £10 (10p each) 500 for £35 (7p each) first 1,000 for £60 (6p each), thereafter £50 per 1,000 (5p each). (Special arrangements can be made for larger quantities.)

Send a cheque made out to Campaign for a Referendum on the European Constitution, CREC, to:
66 Chippingfield, HARLOW, Essex CM17 0DJ.


Telephone enquiries can be made to -
Derek Norman (Chairman) 01480 435837
Tony Bennett (Secretary) 01279 635789
Graham Wood (Development Officer) 01904 795204

Website: www.european-referendum.org.uk

The Brits at their Best file on the EU could be a useful start if you have questions about the EU's threats to Britain and the British people.

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