EU BUREAUCRATS want to end the right of shoppers to get their money back for shoddy goods.
This would end the 100 years of protection British consumers have enjoyed. For more than a century, shops have offered refunds to people who return unwanted or faulty goods. Plans by the European Union to “harmonise” consumer law will short-change them by removing that right and weakening safeguards. Ministers have vowed to fight the Consumer Rights Directive but the UK Government has no power to stop the change if it is backed by the majority of European Union states.Worse still, if the law is passed retailers will be banned from “gold-plating” the legislation by continuing to offer money- back guarantees.
I seem to be very anti-E.C. this week. The full extent of our capitulation to the LISBON TREATY is starting to unravel, week by week.
I SAY INDEPENDENCE OUTWITH THE E.C. LIKE SWITZERLAND AND NORWAY LOOKS A GOOD BET TO ME. England can come with us if they want. The UNITED KINGDOM will no longer be UNITED so therefore according to European Law (1), ENGLAND'S STATUS is changed and they HAVE TO RE-NEGOTIATE THEIR TERMS OF MEMBERSHIP.
(1) European Law for Dummies 2008