"We asked constitutional expert John Bingley, whether our politicians were entitled to abandon the rule of law by handing over the powers of British governments to a foreign power.
The answer is simple : NO
We have much written constitution, which is not fully appreciated in this country and these documents - The Bill of Rights and Declaration of Rights along with Magna Carta and many other legal instruments, make is quite plain that allegiance is owed to the Queen and that allegiance is returned by her through the contract of her coronation oath to the people and that is not something, which may be broken. And our politicians are not entitled to break their oaths of office.
It follows therefore, that no government with or without popular mandate may transfer sovereignty on a temporary or permanent basis to a foreign power that has no allegiance to the British Crown and is unaccountable to the British people".