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Vote for Antony Antoniou

Antony Antoniou – Reform UK Northampton North
Prospective Parliamentary Candidate
(PPC) 2024 General Election



Brexit meant taking back control of our borders, laws and money. It should have allowed us to take our rightful place among the 168 other sovereign nations that succeed outside the European Union. Brexit meant more democracy. More accountability. More freedom.

Brexit is a great opportunity for which the government has so far failed to take advantage. They have not controlled our borders, not reduced taxes and unnecessary EU laws still hinder growth. The Brexit that

17.4 million voted for, has been betrayed. An out-of-touch political elite is still obstructing the biggest democratic mandate in our history.

Critical reforms needed in the first 100 days:

 Legislate to Scrap EU Regulations with Immediate Effect.

British Laws on State Aid, Competition, Employment and the environment are still based on EU regulations. Nor have we reversed EU Net Zero laws which are sabotaging our economy.

Leave the European Convention on Human Rights.

British laws and judges must never be overruled by a foreign court. We must be free to deport those we consider a threat to our country. UK courts must be able to protect British citizens from EU arrest warrants.

Abandon the Windsor Framework.

This is worse than the original Northern Ireland Protocol. The UK has been partitioned down the Irish Sea. Northern Ireland is still in the EU’s single market for goods. British citizens in Northern Ireland are being ruled by EU laws. Now the Tories have agreed to align new UK laws with EU laws.


 Independence for Britain’s Armed Forces.

The government has signed up to the EU Horizon programme. That means we send money to the European Defence Fund and part of the EU’s military mobility project. David Cameron met his EU counterparts to discuss EU defence policy. Our Armed Forces are at risk of being sucked into an EU Command and Control Force.

Prepare for renegotiations on the EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement.

A so-called EU ‘level playing field’ is holding us back.

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