Wednesday, 16 September 2009

1000 New EU Laws a Year

The European Scrutiny Committee checks EU Directives on behalf of the British House of Commons.

It scrutinises over 1000 documents a year.

Each document is a separate EU Directive.

Of course the British public are never told what is in these documents.

They come out of the House of Commons as ordinary British laws, and it is impossible for British public ever to discover which laws originated from the European Union.


Steve Halden said...

UKIP believes that 70% of British Laws come from the European Union.

1000 a year, that is nearly three new laws a day, being created by the European Union