10-Feb-2011 - Nikki SINCLAIRE MEP's PETITION for A REFERENDUM - hits Westminster
Battle Bus hits Westminster, tomorrow and Friday
MEP BRINGS EU PETITION BATTLE BUS TO
HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT
West Midlands’ MEP, Nikki Sinclaire, is bringing her ‘Have Your Say’ Battle Bus to the Houses of Parliament on 10th and 11th February.
Since September of last year, the Battle Bus has visited over 30 towns and cities across the country. Ms Sinclaire’s aim is to get 100K signatures for her Petition for a EU referendum .
She wants to give British people the chance to say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to being part of the European Union.
Anyone under the age of 54 has never had the chance to vote on this issue which Nikki Sinclaire believes is wrong. The last time the UK held a referendum on the Common Market, at it was then known, was in 1975 – and even this was retrospective and based on lies admitted years later.
The aim of bringing the Battle Bus to Westminster is to get MPs from all parties to sign The Petition and encourage them to get their constituents to back The Referendum too.
It will be a great time to highlight The EU control over Britain as MPs will be voting on The EU aspect of Human Rights that will force Britain to permit Criminals in Prison to Vote in elections! Which according to all the polls is against the wishes of The Peoples of Britain.
Despite the fact that, if successful, the campaign outcome could put her out of a job, Nikki thinks people have the right to decide.
Commenting on the campaign, she said:
"This is an issue that must be resolved for over 20 years the debate has raged.In that time opinion polls have shown that more and more people are opposed to Britain's membership of the EU.We desperately need a national debate on the pros and cons of our membership of the European Union. At the moment we have one foot in and one foot out.This is detrimental to Britain's interests.I call on a binding referendum and the courage of our political leaders to abide by it.It is called democracy and that is why I am taking my battle bus to the mother of parliaments in Westminster "
Nikki Sinclaire MEP and her Battle Bus team
will be located in Old Palace Yard,
Westminster (Opposite Palace of Westminster),
from 9am to 5pm each day.
ENDSI gather already Sinclaire has the support of several MPs from both Parties at Westminster and has a photo session sheduled with a House photographer of a major National paper, another booking with a freelance media photographer and a lunch session booked with the political editor of a National Mainstrean respected Sunday Paper.
| It is never easy to look ones best in near constant rain!|
Nikki Sinclaire MEP being interviewed by the BBC
at Westminster on the petition and the need for a referendum
|Nikki Sinclaire MEP holding some of the completed petition foms|
outside Parliament, Westminster, Thursday 10th February 2011
by the Daily Express