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It sounds like a done deal to be rubber stamped by the MPs rather than something the people could be remotely bound by as executors of a contract. The text has finally appeared and there's three days to read and make sense of it for any 'representatives of the people' who might find it against the interests of the British public.




A and B negotiate a contract. C claims to represent D and contracts with B to compel D to go along with it. Is D party to the contract or a subject of it?

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Will Europol assist UK law enforcement by furnishing them with the details of parties involved in violating the UK's National Sovereignty since 1993? Surely this isn't just a trade treaty like the common market was. There are common market like provisions in it but all that extra stuff? Why aren't we under iaea rules instead of euratom for example?

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