"The essential aspects of democracy are the freedom of the individual , within the framework of laws passed by Parliament, to order his life as he pleases, and the uniform enforcement of tribunals independent of the executive. The laws are based on Magna Carta, Habeas Corpus, The Petition of Rights and others. Without this foundation there can be no freedom… As long as these rights are defended the foundations of freedom are secure…"
"The European Commission now has the right to make laws without the need to go to even the European Parliament, let alone that of Westminster. The enforcement of those laws or regulations is often arbitrary. The European Arrest Warrant allows countries with very little track record of the rule of law as Churchill would have known it to seize British citizens in our own country and lock them up awaiting trial without effective rights of Habeas Corpus."
And as Tebbit tartly puts it, equating the Commission with King John - who got the Pope to repeal Magna Carta for a while, just as Ted Heath signed another Roman treaty -
Not that European democracy is possible, because there's no European demos, as Enoch Powell pointed out.