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The British system of justice which has evolved over centuries and which is unparalleled in the world is being replaced by a much inferior and blatantly unjust European system.
Our laws are geared towards protecting the rights of the individual who is unfortunate to be subject to criminal proceedings. However, already the EU has made serious inroads upon our unmatched system of British justice.
The most noticeable difference between English Law and European Law, which is based on the Napoleonic Code is the presumption of innocence. In the UK, a person who is arrested is regarded as innocent until proven guilty. Under the European Napoleonic Code, a person who has been arrested is regarded as guilty until she or he has been proven innocent. Please contemplate the gravity and implications of this difference.
Magna Carta and Habeus Corpus are pillars of our legal heritage which protect the individual. Habeus Corpus (which means ‘Let us have the body’) ensures that any person who is arrested is charged with a crime and given a trial within a reasonable time. Under EU law, which overrules UK law, this right is lost. The article below by Jacob Rees-Mogg explains this.
The short video below describes the encroachment upon our legal rights by the imposition of European Law upon the citizens of the UK.
Gerard Batten: Freedom, Justice, Security Lost to the EU:-