Thursday, April 18, 2019

Why Dominic Grieve MP Should Go!

We are possibly witnessing the greatest betrayal of democracy in the history of the United Kingdom.
Democracy is the process by which you determine the will of a majority of the people.
The will of a majority of the people was determined in the referendum on the European Union in 2016.   The people voted to leave.

One of the leaders of the greatest betrayal was Dominic Grieve MP.
He stood for election in the General Election of 2017 on a Conservative manifesto that said we would leave the European Union.   That manifesto said we would honour the decision of the people.  
Dominic Grieve voted in favour of Article 50 of the Withdrawal Agreement which gave a date for withdrawal from the European Union of 29th March 2019.
Ever since, he has obstructed the implementation of the will of the people.

He has called for a second referendum.
He has voted in favour of the revocation of Article 50.
He has colluded with Labour MPs to take on the government of this nation.

And the reason he gives for these broken promises is that he is speaking in the National Interest, but who is Dominic Grieve to determine what is the National Interest?   Does he not accept that the 17.4 million people who voted to leave the European Union were speaking in the National Interest?

In view of his actions I have no faith in Dominic Grieve, I have no trust in him.
In view of his broken promises I cannot ever vote for him again.

I call on Dominic Grieve MP not to stand as the Conservative Parliamentary candidate for the Beaconsfield Constituency Conservative Association at the next General Election and
I call on the Association to immediately start the process of selecting a new parliamentary candidate for the constituency. 

In the words of Oliver Cromwell: “You have sat too long here for any good you have been doing. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you.   In the name of God, go!”

Monday, April 1, 2019

COPOV Forum and Annual General Meeting

Do come to our Forum and Annual General Meeting on 13th April See EVENTS for the Agenda.which includes "The Future of the Conservative Party".