UK EU Citizenship case now goes to the ECHR

by Restore Parliamentary Standards - Fight Corruption in Bicester, Oxfordshire, Royaume-Uni

UK EU Citizenship case now goes to the ECHR

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An attempt to remove EU Citizenship and Rights from 67 million UK Citizens was a breach of Human Rights, so we will now ask the ECHR to rule

by Restore Parliamentary Standards - Fight Corruption in Bicester, Oxfordshire, Royaume-Uni

 New stretch target

We will be able to pursue the case in the European Court of Human Rights on behalf of all 67 million UK EU Citizens all the way to its conclusion 

Although the 2016 UK EU Referendum was dishonestly stated by  Tory governments to be non-binding , the very small EU leave margin  was later questionably treated as somehow binding by Mrs May , even though there are suggestions that May was very well aware even as early as 23 September 2016 that the June 2016 Referendum vote itself could not be considered to be free and fair, and so must not be relied upon.  May's treating the apparent Referendum result as binding led to the question as to what might happen to the EU Citizenship of 67 million UK EU Citizens, the majority of whom value and wish to retain EU Citizenship.  This led to a group of applicants asking the EU Court to rule that the EU Citizenship of all these citizens must be treated as a permanent status. After many delays and inconsistent reversals of their position , the General Court of the EU finally took the bizarre position that UK EU Citizens did not have standing to bring their case T 252 20. The history of the EU Case is documented in the website , where the latest news update number 18 informs us that the blanket destruction of the EU Citizenship of 67 million UK EU Citizens can be considered as a breach of the European Convention of Human Rights , the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the European Convention on Nationality:

Legal guidance is to now take the case to the European Court of Human Rights and an initial estimate of the total cost of this next step is £100,000. 

We plan to fund this action in stages, with the first step being an initial outline of our case to the ECHR which it is estimated will cost at least £10 ,000 including set-up and administrative costs.

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