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Once again, the European Parliament has demonstrated it can resist pressure and stand for the rights and freedoms of citizens. Amendment 138 (now renumbered amendment 46) was adopted today in ITRE committe, in Strasbourg.
Thank you for writing to xx about the Harbour and Trautman reports, which introduce unprecedented and harmful, if not sinister, measures for state-control of the internet. The UKIP agrees completely with you, about this, and will oppose these measures by all means possible. However, I should point out that EU-policy is not subject to democratic approval (however the EU-assembly may pose as democratic and a meaningful arbiter) or common sense, but is dictated by an inexorable will to power. Consequently, the only reliable method of avoiding, or voiding, its diktats is to abolish the EU. In Britain, this is uniquely the policy of UKIP. We shall support your campaign. I hope you will support ours.