We intend to fight any changes to regulations or laws that will inadvertently or directly affect our quality of life in the UK. If recent reports are to be believed, the government aims to take us out of the European Convention on Human Rights after Brexit. The UK actually devised this convention after WW2 in order to prevent the repeat of a similar conflict. We question why the government proposes leaving such a convention and what it intends to do next. We are open-minded and accept that certain sections of it may need to be ammended or updated in order to prevent its abuse and exploitation. However, these amendments need to be made carefully and we need to ensure that they can't be abused and manipulated to legitimize prejudice or other issues.
A recent report by Change Britain, a pro-Brexit group with close connections to a lot of key Brexit campaigners, suggested scrapping 'burdening' regulations that cover such things as air pollution, animal rights, GM foods, chemicals use, data protection, passenger compensation, company law and battery pollution. Naturally, it's early days where Brexit is concerned and this report hasn't been formerly endorsed by the government. However, the implications of scrapping these regulations without replacing them with similar ones would affect our health, our living standards and our economy. We intend to fight any changes to these regulations if they are not replaced or substitued in some way. This report can be found here: https://t.co/YXWqMoGLot. We have reviewed this report in our The Truth Is Out There section.
In the future, we will run a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for this venture. Any money raised from this will enable us to promote the benefits of these rights and regulations, ensure support for them, fight for them in as many ways as possible and also, if it becomes necessary, consider legal options.