Thousands of convicted UK prisoners are to get the right to vote following a European ruling that the present ban, dating from 1870, is unlawful.
So, Europe has the final say in matters of English jurisprudence. Better still:
Lawyers have said a failure to comply could cost hundreds of millions of pounds in legal costs and compensation.I see. And that'd be on top of the £12-14bn we already pay, not to mention the speculative cost of the CAP to the British economy?
Our continued membership of the EU makes replacing Trident look like pocket money.
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