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Ask your MP + MSP to revoke this official order moving Scotland's boundaries from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Carnoustie, Making 6000 square miles of Scottish Sea English. An e-petition is being prepared

Revoke this official order moving Scotland's boundaries from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Carnoustie, Making 6000 square miles of Scottish Sea English, or lodge another order to revert to 1987 boundaries.

This order was not openly debated in the House of Commons.

It was then passed by a small committee made up of Scottish Labour and Liberal politicians in the Scottish Office.

This act demonstrates that Scottish Labour and Liberal politicians will do anything their London based masters want.

Since 1999, when you play golf at St Andrews Scotland and look 80 miles out to sea, you are looking at English Waters.

Official Order - before the web pages were made harder to read by someone in the Scottish Office.

http://web.archive.org/web/20080516173733/

This is what they have now

http://www.opsi.gov.uk/si/si1999/19991126.htm

The Times http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/scotland/article5728477.ece

The Herald http://www.oilofscotland.org/scotlands_stolen_sea.html#herald1

Visit http://www.oilofscotland.org for the truths, secrets, facts and figures that Westminster does want you to know about.

25% of SCOTS KIDS SOME 522,000 LIVE IN PERSISTENT POVERTY IN SCOTLAND EUROPE'S LARGEST OIL * GAS & ENERGY PRODUCER. END THE UNION STOP LONDON LOOTING OUR EMBARRASSING WEALTH.

In the last four year the Scottish economy has prospered with a surplus of £3.5 Billion in contrast the economy of the UK as a whole was £72.3 Billion in deficit. This surplus does not include the lost revenues for 15% of our Oil and Gas revenues being now in English waters. In 2008 this should have added another £2.2 Billion to Scotland's surplus.

http://www.snp.org/node/17120

PLEASE PROMOTE AWARENESS OF THE INJUSTICES INFLICTED UPON SCOTLAND.

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Background Information on this "Quiet Act"

The official order that ''quietly moved'' England's North Sea fisheries boundary 60 miles north. Was not openly debated in the Commons.

The order was passed by the House of Lords and the Committee on Delegated Legislation on March 23 1999.

It was moved by McLeish - then a Scottish Office minister and now a senior member of the Scottish Cabinet - and reportedly received minimal opposition from a committee containing three other Scottish MPs - Tam Dalyell - Scottish Labour, Sir Robert Smith – Scottish Liberal Democrats and John McAllion Scottish Labour.

Gordon Wilson, an SNP candidate said ''If it had been land rather than water which had been robbed in such a fashion there would have been an uproar.

''This carve-up has been done under the guise of devolution and it is a threat to our rights under Scots law. Scottish fishermen fish between 80-85% of the waters which are affected and are now suddenly subject to English law.

''This area has been removed from Scottish jurisdiction ... it is a dangerous precedent.'' Wilson said he was investigating whether the boundary shift would affect ''other activities'', such as oil and mineral exploration which take place inside the marine area.

LibDem Euro candidate Robert Aldridge said he was ''very concerned'' about how the alteration to the boundary ''had come about''.

''It has been quietly done and seems to have bypassed any democratic process,'' he said. ''It has broader implications for democracy which are quite worrying.

Hamish Morrison, the Scottish Fishermen's Federation chief executive, said that although the boundaries became law a month ago, the federation had not been informed about the decision.