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Bill Cash MP
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Since the Single European Act of 1986, Bill Cash has opposed European Government and instead continuously insisted upon and argued for an Association of Nation States for European trade and political co-operation. He campaigns for a Referendum on the European issue and a strong re-affirmation of the real sovereignty of the United Kingdom Parliament (where necessary overriding the European Communities Act 1972 and requiring the Supreme Court and the judiciary to implement Westminster legislation inconsistent with that Act to underpin the democratic choice and wishes of the voters in his constituency and throughout the United Kingdom).

Since the Maastricht Treaty brought in European Government in 1992, he has led these arguments from the backbenches, chairing the Maastricht Referendum Campaign with its 500,000-strong petition to Parliament and putting down approximately 200 amendments to the successive European Treaties of Amsterdam, Nice and Lisbon. Consistently supported by a significant number of Conservative and other backbenchers, he has also introduced several Referendum Bills and Sovereignty of Parliament amendments. David Cameron has accepted and whipped several of Bill Cash’s Sovereignty Amendments over the last two years.


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1 Video: Referendum Motion, House of Commons, 24 October 2011
2 Bill Cash MP presents Bill for referendum on Eurozone fiscal union
3 UK prepared to sue Iceland’s government – so “no excuse” for no legal action over Britain’s unlawful commitment to eurozone bailout guarantees?
4 The Vote on Bill Cash's Amendment to the EU Bill "Sovereignty Clause"
5 The Sovereignty of the UK Parliament - European Union Bill - Bill Cash's Amendment
6 Parliamentary Sovereignty and the European Union Bill
7 Bill Cash – EU tax powers chipping away at British sovereignty
8 European Scrutiny Committee Launches Inquiry
9 It is not anti-European to be pro-democracy, says Bill Cash
10 Speech by Bill Cash on European Union Economic Governance
11 Bill Cash – European economic government will apply to United Kingdom
12 No EU budget increases, No EU tax and veto that European treaty
13 Bill Cash nominated as Chairman of Parliament’s European Scrutiny Committee
14 Bill Cash MP speaks out against EU financial regulation proposals
15 Sovereign State
16 A New Sovereignty Act - Letter to The Daily Telegraph
17 Bill Cash MP calls for "full referendum" and welcomes David Cameron reasserting primacy of Westminster legislation over European Communities Act
18 Bill Cash MP urges referendum on the Lisbon Treaty in any event
19 Bill Cash MP responds to Lord Heseltine’s comments
20 Proposed European financial regulatory structure - Letter to The Times
21 Hidden costs of selling out to a failed EU is hitting Britain hard
22 Bill Cash MP says Treasury’s cost of EU membership point to “a new deal”
23 EU control over the City - letter to The Times
24 Bill Cash MP questions Gordon Brown over Irish arrangements and the ‘re-ratification’ of Lisbon Treaty
25 Bill Cash MP condemns Gordon Brown for “creating circumstances which would lead to the betrayal of the United Kingdom and the City of London”
26 Here's how to stop EU red tape from strangling business
27 A party of the nation?
28 Grinding their own axis
29 'No' to the Euro plotters: William Cash warns against loss of sovereignty by stealth
30 British interests at risk: a warning against Europe's creeping federalism
31 Warding off the EEC steamroller: Implications of the European Communities (Amendment) Bill

In Parliament

  • Loan Charge | Commons debates
    On a point of order, Madam Deputy Speaker. I have in my hand the statutory instrument containing the regulations regarding the outcome of what I term the abject surrender that took place last...
  • European Council | Commons debates
    Does my right hon. Friend appreciate the anger that her abject surrender last night has generated across the country? Having broken promises 100 times not to extend the time, she knows what I am...