Famous Quotations

“England could never be ruined but by a Parliament”
Lord Burleigh

Without our Democracy we can justify nothing
Without our Parliament we can do nothing
Without our Country we are nothing
Rodney Atkinson

“The Constitution of England will perish whenever the legislative power
shall become more corrupt than the executive”
Sir William Blackstone 1723-1780

The European Union claims to be “irrevocable and irreversible”
But anything that has been done legally can be undone legally
Rodney Atkinson

We are a nation which
“with inky blots and rotten parchment hath made a shameful conquest of itself”

(Shakespeare, Richard II)

It is precisely because we are attacking the very concept of sovereignty that we protest our loyalty to it so loudly……………………….and all the time we are denying with our lips what we are doing with our hands.
(Arnold Toynbee, Former Director, Institute of International Affairs, London)

“You voted to hand over that which you do not own – nine centuries of national self governance in defence of which 1,242,944 British people died in the first half of the century. This total included 45 Parliamentarians.”
Norris McWhirter CBE, in an open letter to the 445 Lords 
who voted to deny the British people a Referendum on The Maastricht Treaty

“Since 1215 at Runnymede the English people have been asserting their
sovereign rights. I am glad to see the same spirit is still alive and well
in the British people almost 800 years later.’
Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven, Prime Minister 1979 – 1990

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”.
Edmund Burke, 1729 – 1779

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