Wednesday, 13 June 2018

Driving Force

There is uncertainty in the automotive industry at the moment. But April's news about Vauxhall in Luton was excellent, and the role of Unite the union was exemplary.

In similar vein, I have now been working for over a year to bring to County Durham the Volkswagen Group's production for the British market. This project would be far further advanced, had not the Leader of Durham County Council chosen instead to commit against me the serious criminal offences of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, and of malfeasance in public office. But take that up with him.

Out of the Single Market, out of the Customs Union, and out of "a customs union" such as is advocated by both main political parties. But as part of my pursuit of a Brexit that served the needs of the areas, such as this one, that cast the decisive votes in favour of it, and as part of my work to integrate all parts of this country into the Belt and Road Initiative.

A company would be wholly owned by Volkswagen. One Director would be nominated by each of the Groups on Durham County Council other than the Labour Group, which is clearly unsympathetic to this project, and one Director would be nominated by those Councillors who had no formal political affiliation. A number of Directors equal to the number of non-Labour Groups would be nominated by Unite the Union, including one by Durham Unite Community. One Director would be nominated by the Durham Miners' Association. A Chairman appointed by Volkswagen would exercise the parent company’s veto over all decisions.

This new company would undertake to match (by such means as to avoid any conflict of interest) the Members' Initiative Fund of £2000 per annum at the disposal of each of the Councillors who were represented on its Board of Directors. It would underwrite the cost of the activities of Durham Unite Community. It would underwrite the Durham Miners' Gala. And it would underwrite the cost of maintaining the Durham Miners' Hall.

Similar things could, and must, be done around the country. Like this, they depend on being out of the Single Market, out of the Customs Union, and out of "a customs union" such as is advocated by both main political parties. All that, and we need the extra £350 million per week for the NHS to be written on the face of the legislation withdrawing the United Kingdom from the EU. Along with the restoration of the United Kingdom's historic fishing rights of 200 miles or to the median line, in accordance with international law.

If any of these is your view, then I need £10,000 in order to stand for Parliament with any chance of winning. My crowdfunding page has been taken down without my knowledge or consent. But you can still email instead, and that address accepts PayPal. If, however, you would rather have the sitting MP for North West Durham, then do not pretend to hold any of these views. This is a test of credibility.

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