Repeal the laws that allowe Members of Parliament to abstain from obeying certain selected British laws

MPs must not be allow to vote themselves and parliament parliamentory immunity from prosecution or to be outside of laws and or regulations that they set for the rest of the citizens of this country

Why is this idea important?

MPs must not be allow to vote themselves and parliament parliamentory immunity from prosecution or to be outside of laws and or regulations that they set for the rest of the citizens of this country

Expand the Freedom of Information Act to include all social housing organisations

My housing organisation in the Richmond borough are building a truly MASSIVE new building for their offices while they already have office buildings in practically every town in the borough.Now I know they in receipt of public funding and accordingly I wrote to the housing manager to ask him under the Foe Act how much the building costs and where the money to build such an enormous construction in width, breadth and height came from. He curtly replied that he didn't have to give me such information. Please change the law so that all housing organisations in regular receipt of public funds (It must be costing millions!)discloses the financial details for there is another housing organisation which DOES disclose these figures in this borough. This is a waste of public money based on the pure greed of such landlords who, at the same time, are miserly and mean towards their tenants, refusing to spend a penny on many essential repairs, etcetera.

Why is this idea important?

My housing organisation in the Richmond borough are building a truly MASSIVE new building for their offices while they already have office buildings in practically every town in the borough.Now I know they in receipt of public funding and accordingly I wrote to the housing manager to ask him under the Foe Act how much the building costs and where the money to build such an enormous construction in width, breadth and height came from. He curtly replied that he didn't have to give me such information. Please change the law so that all housing organisations in regular receipt of public funds (It must be costing millions!)discloses the financial details for there is another housing organisation which DOES disclose these figures in this borough. This is a waste of public money based on the pure greed of such landlords who, at the same time, are miserly and mean towards their tenants, refusing to spend a penny on many essential repairs, etcetera.

Ombudsman given powers to investigate housing associations

I think ombudman should be given the same powers to investige housing associations and other quango.s as they have to investigate maladministration or illegal activity ,   for  local authorities . If  you live in a housing association property and your service charge suddenly rises more than a hundred percent in one year, you suspect that some thing is not right, possible some thing illegal going on ,who can you turn to ,to check these are bodies acting legally , who are they accountable to?

Why is this idea important?

I think ombudman should be given the same powers to investige housing associations and other quango.s as they have to investigate maladministration or illegal activity ,   for  local authorities . If  you live in a housing association property and your service charge suddenly rises more than a hundred percent in one year, you suspect that some thing is not right, possible some thing illegal going on ,who can you turn to ,to check these are bodies acting legally , who are they accountable to?

Independent body to hold CCTV footage

The police have demonstrated that they can't be trusted with CCTV footage, as on many occasions when it might have provided evidence of wrong-doing by them, it has been "lost", "damaged" or they say the equipment just happened not to be working at the time (see the recent case of the two brothers at the Gaza protest, where the CCTV captured them just before and after they were assaulted, but apparently not at the time of the incident!).

I suggest that an independent body is set-up, with the power to seize and store CCTV footage after an incident (whether from public or private systems), removing this power from the police. This body can then make copies of this footage available to the police and solicitors.

Why is this idea important?

The police have demonstrated that they can't be trusted with CCTV footage, as on many occasions when it might have provided evidence of wrong-doing by them, it has been "lost", "damaged" or they say the equipment just happened not to be working at the time (see the recent case of the two brothers at the Gaza protest, where the CCTV captured them just before and after they were assaulted, but apparently not at the time of the incident!).

I suggest that an independent body is set-up, with the power to seize and store CCTV footage after an incident (whether from public or private systems), removing this power from the police. This body can then make copies of this footage available to the police and solicitors.

Is there justice in the UK

The Crown Prosecution Service will tomorrow make its long-awaited announcement about whether a police officer will face criminal charges over the death of Ian Tomlinson.

After Tomlinson died at the G20 protests in London last year, video obtained by the Guardian showed that an officer had attacked him, undermining the authorities' initial version of events.

His family will be informed on Thursday morning if criminal charges will be brought over the death, the CPS has confirmed.

The possible charges include manslaughter, assault and misconduct in public office. Or, the CPS may decide not to bring any charges.

Tomlinson, a 47-year-old newspaper seller, had been walking home from work through the protests in the City on 1 April 2009 when he was struck from behind by a member of the Metropolitan police's territorial support group (TSG).

In deciding whether the officer should face trial, CPS lawyers have examined the video footage along with other documents and witness statements. The high-profile nature of the case means the director of public prosecutions, Keir Starmer QC, is believed to have been involved in deciding whether charges should be brought.

Starmer is expected to announce personally whether any charges will be brought.

If the CPS successfully prosecutes the officer over Tomlinson's death he would become the first British police officer ever convicted for manslaughter committed while on duty. The maximum penalty is life imprisonment.

The Tomlinson family have been critical of the time taken for the CPS to reach its decision. A criminal investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission was completed in August 2009. The CPS has been asking investigators for extra work and inquiries to be carried out since the IPCC handed over its file of evidence.

The officer struck Tomlinson with a baton and shoved him to the ground shortly before the newspaper seller collapsed and died. The officer's badge numbers were covered and his face concealed beneath a balaclava.

Tomlinson had his hands in his pockets and his back to the officer when he was struck. No police officer went to his aid and it was left to a bystander to lift him to his feet. He stumbled about 100 metres down Cornhill, clutching his side, before collapsing a second time.

Police initially led Tomlinson's wife and nine children to believe he died of a heart attack after being caught up in the protest. In statements to the press, police claimed attempts by officers to save his life by resuscitation were impeded by protesters.

The IPCC did not launch its criminal inquiry until six days after Tomlinson's death, when the Guardian gave the watchdog a dossier of evidence including video footage and witness statements that contradicted the police version of events.

Before then, City of London police were allowed to run the inquiry with some supervision from IPCC investigators. After watching the video of the attack a senior City of London investigator told the family that Tomlinson's assailant could be a member of the public "dressed in police uniform".

The Tomlinson family say they were led by the CPS to believe that a decision would be reached by Christmas 2009.

They fear a cover-up and in March Tomlinson's widow, Julia, attacked Starmer's handling of the case. "Why did he say there would be a decision around Christmas? Why are we still waiting? My kids need to move on from this. They're left without a dad now and their lives have been turned upside down over the last year, especially the four girls. He doesn't seem to realise the pain we're going through.

"We feel like there was a cover-up from day one and we didn't see it because we were nervous about the police. Now a year on it still feels like all of that is still going on. If it had been someone on the street, a civilian, who had pushed and hit Ian just before he died and it was all caught on video, surely something would have happened by now. The officer needs to go before a jury. Let them decide what should happen to him

Why is this idea important?

The Crown Prosecution Service will tomorrow make its long-awaited announcement about whether a police officer will face criminal charges over the death of Ian Tomlinson.

After Tomlinson died at the G20 protests in London last year, video obtained by the Guardian showed that an officer had attacked him, undermining the authorities' initial version of events.

His family will be informed on Thursday morning if criminal charges will be brought over the death, the CPS has confirmed.

The possible charges include manslaughter, assault and misconduct in public office. Or, the CPS may decide not to bring any charges.

Tomlinson, a 47-year-old newspaper seller, had been walking home from work through the protests in the City on 1 April 2009 when he was struck from behind by a member of the Metropolitan police's territorial support group (TSG).

In deciding whether the officer should face trial, CPS lawyers have examined the video footage along with other documents and witness statements. The high-profile nature of the case means the director of public prosecutions, Keir Starmer QC, is believed to have been involved in deciding whether charges should be brought.

Starmer is expected to announce personally whether any charges will be brought.

If the CPS successfully prosecutes the officer over Tomlinson's death he would become the first British police officer ever convicted for manslaughter committed while on duty. The maximum penalty is life imprisonment.

The Tomlinson family have been critical of the time taken for the CPS to reach its decision. A criminal investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission was completed in August 2009. The CPS has been asking investigators for extra work and inquiries to be carried out since the IPCC handed over its file of evidence.

The officer struck Tomlinson with a baton and shoved him to the ground shortly before the newspaper seller collapsed and died. The officer's badge numbers were covered and his face concealed beneath a balaclava.

Tomlinson had his hands in his pockets and his back to the officer when he was struck. No police officer went to his aid and it was left to a bystander to lift him to his feet. He stumbled about 100 metres down Cornhill, clutching his side, before collapsing a second time.

Police initially led Tomlinson's wife and nine children to believe he died of a heart attack after being caught up in the protest. In statements to the press, police claimed attempts by officers to save his life by resuscitation were impeded by protesters.

The IPCC did not launch its criminal inquiry until six days after Tomlinson's death, when the Guardian gave the watchdog a dossier of evidence including video footage and witness statements that contradicted the police version of events.

Before then, City of London police were allowed to run the inquiry with some supervision from IPCC investigators. After watching the video of the attack a senior City of London investigator told the family that Tomlinson's assailant could be a member of the public "dressed in police uniform".

The Tomlinson family say they were led by the CPS to believe that a decision would be reached by Christmas 2009.

They fear a cover-up and in March Tomlinson's widow, Julia, attacked Starmer's handling of the case. "Why did he say there would be a decision around Christmas? Why are we still waiting? My kids need to move on from this. They're left without a dad now and their lives have been turned upside down over the last year, especially the four girls. He doesn't seem to realise the pain we're going through.

"We feel like there was a cover-up from day one and we didn't see it because we were nervous about the police. Now a year on it still feels like all of that is still going on. If it had been someone on the street, a civilian, who had pushed and hit Ian just before he died and it was all caught on video, surely something would have happened by now. The officer needs to go before a jury. Let them decide what should happen to him

Protection of Privacy (Electoral Register)

I concur with the idea submitted by "nrs" in July 2010 "that the electoral register should be completely and universally removed from access by any third party"

Additionally this should be prohobited from all third parties irrespective of monetary gain in any capacity whatsoever.

I have discovered that 192.com have been selling my address to anyone who will pay despite the fact that I opted out in 2003. They are happy to work with old data. An opt out system is operated. When you don't know your in it, how can you know to opt out.

Furthermore I have now discovered that Experian and similar credit reference agencies are actively marketing the sale of individuals information on their web-sites. It appears to be a very profitable business for them.  United Utilities have passed my data to an insurance company and they have obtained my ex directory phone number from Experian.

With investigation I have discovered that local councils make as little as £300 for selling the register yet companies are potentially making thousands when they in turn sell it on to anyone who wants to buy it. This probably does not cover the cost of overheads for them being bound by law to supply it to would be purchasers. Who else is getting private information?

Despite having registered for the Telephone Preference Service and the Mailing Preference Service to protect my details, I have still had my address used fraudulently on two occasions and in both these instances, the Police did not want to get involved. I also receive numerous marketing calls and the companies calling refuse to give you their name and become rude and abusive if they don't cut you off first.

I believe it imperative that the law is repealed to help protect inividuals from identity theft and nuisance calls from marketing companies.

Why is this idea important?

I concur with the idea submitted by "nrs" in July 2010 "that the electoral register should be completely and universally removed from access by any third party"

Additionally this should be prohobited from all third parties irrespective of monetary gain in any capacity whatsoever.

I have discovered that 192.com have been selling my address to anyone who will pay despite the fact that I opted out in 2003. They are happy to work with old data. An opt out system is operated. When you don't know your in it, how can you know to opt out.

Furthermore I have now discovered that Experian and similar credit reference agencies are actively marketing the sale of individuals information on their web-sites. It appears to be a very profitable business for them.  United Utilities have passed my data to an insurance company and they have obtained my ex directory phone number from Experian.

With investigation I have discovered that local councils make as little as £300 for selling the register yet companies are potentially making thousands when they in turn sell it on to anyone who wants to buy it. This probably does not cover the cost of overheads for them being bound by law to supply it to would be purchasers. Who else is getting private information?

Despite having registered for the Telephone Preference Service and the Mailing Preference Service to protect my details, I have still had my address used fraudulently on two occasions and in both these instances, the Police did not want to get involved. I also receive numerous marketing calls and the companies calling refuse to give you their name and become rude and abusive if they don't cut you off first.

I believe it imperative that the law is repealed to help protect inividuals from identity theft and nuisance calls from marketing companies.

The Sharia Is A Model Of Utter Simplicity. It Contains A Lesson For Us.

Use the Sharie as a model of simplicity for the framing and application of laws. All seem to understand the Sharie while virtually no-one can understand English Law (Common or otherwise)

The Sharie has stood the test of time. It works and is used in the UK already, although this is denied. Banking law is increasingly based on observance of the Sharia and this will increase as we begin to see the toxic and ruinous effects of the UK banking system.

I do not advocate adopting some of the traditional and Quranic laws of the Sharia. I simply say we could learn from simplicity and effectiveness.

Why is this idea important?

Use the Sharie as a model of simplicity for the framing and application of laws. All seem to understand the Sharie while virtually no-one can understand English Law (Common or otherwise)

The Sharie has stood the test of time. It works and is used in the UK already, although this is denied. Banking law is increasingly based on observance of the Sharia and this will increase as we begin to see the toxic and ruinous effects of the UK banking system.

I do not advocate adopting some of the traditional and Quranic laws of the Sharia. I simply say we could learn from simplicity and effectiveness.

taking rubbish from the local tip

my husband was dumping a washing machine at the tip. he saw a weight which he needed for his weight  training. he was told by mr big tip worker that he was not allowed to take it away and if he did he would be prosecuted. .this is a crazy law.

Why is this idea important?

my husband was dumping a washing machine at the tip. he saw a weight which he needed for his weight  training. he was told by mr big tip worker that he was not allowed to take it away and if he did he would be prosecuted. .this is a crazy law.

Ban patents on medical equipment, treatments and drugs.

The financial cost of the NHS is growing at such a rate that, increasingly, the government will struggle to fund it. Looking for new ways to raise capitol will not solve the underlying issues . We must uphold our traditional values about the NHS and the rights of all citizens to free healthcare; I propose we achieve this by banning patent rights on pharmaceuticals.

By removing medical patents pharmaceutical companies would provide "for strong price competition between pharmaceutical suppliers and result in considerable savings to the NHS", they would be unable to make profit from manipulating the status of their products, or to deny their products to the poor. 

A great deal of medical research comes from tax-payer funded universities and charities; pharmaceutical companies then fund the trials, gain the patent and then hold a monopoly on the treatment that people rely on to survive.

If financial rewards are to be given they should go to the doctors, nurses and other professionals who research, diagnose and administer treatment, not to usurious shareholders.

Available treatments, often costing pennies to manufacture, are sold at such prices that PCT's are unable to afford them, often leading to regional variabilities and postcode lotteries.

Why is this idea important?

The financial cost of the NHS is growing at such a rate that, increasingly, the government will struggle to fund it. Looking for new ways to raise capitol will not solve the underlying issues . We must uphold our traditional values about the NHS and the rights of all citizens to free healthcare; I propose we achieve this by banning patent rights on pharmaceuticals.

By removing medical patents pharmaceutical companies would provide "for strong price competition between pharmaceutical suppliers and result in considerable savings to the NHS", they would be unable to make profit from manipulating the status of their products, or to deny their products to the poor. 

A great deal of medical research comes from tax-payer funded universities and charities; pharmaceutical companies then fund the trials, gain the patent and then hold a monopoly on the treatment that people rely on to survive.

If financial rewards are to be given they should go to the doctors, nurses and other professionals who research, diagnose and administer treatment, not to usurious shareholders.

Available treatments, often costing pennies to manufacture, are sold at such prices that PCT's are unable to afford them, often leading to regional variabilities and postcode lotteries.

All corruption laws should be abolished.

Since it is obvious that corruption, which is a natural trait in man and is endemic in all sections of the community,  then any laws governing it are unnecessary and bound to fail.   The level of corruption is dependent on the establishment level of the person[s] involved.   The higher levels of the establishment, politicians, public servants etc., are more corrupt than the lowly working class labourer or worker.

No setting up of laws will cause a cessation of corruption [and the same can be said of drug dealing].   As is the norm such laws cause only the minor beings to be caught ie in the case of any police investigation nobody above Inspector level is ever convicted.   In the case of politicians nobody above the level of an MP is convicted – in their case they have the protection of the standard…….."I have done nothing wrong"!   This so at any level of society.

A large saving could be made in refusing to legislate against the unstoppable!

 

Why is this idea important?

Since it is obvious that corruption, which is a natural trait in man and is endemic in all sections of the community,  then any laws governing it are unnecessary and bound to fail.   The level of corruption is dependent on the establishment level of the person[s] involved.   The higher levels of the establishment, politicians, public servants etc., are more corrupt than the lowly working class labourer or worker.

No setting up of laws will cause a cessation of corruption [and the same can be said of drug dealing].   As is the norm such laws cause only the minor beings to be caught ie in the case of any police investigation nobody above Inspector level is ever convicted.   In the case of politicians nobody above the level of an MP is convicted – in their case they have the protection of the standard…….."I have done nothing wrong"!   This so at any level of society.

A large saving could be made in refusing to legislate against the unstoppable!

 

Repeal the regs allowing Councils to get Final Salery Pensions.

The bizarre case of Croydon.  The town that committed suicide.

All management decisions…

 

They seem to have sunk a town to simply line their own nests.  See below.

Why is this idea important?

The bizarre case of Croydon.  The town that committed suicide.

All management decisions…

 

They seem to have sunk a town to simply line their own nests.  See below.

Unlawful behaviour and abuse of human rightsby powerful bureaucracies

In Richmond a fairly low key member of staff in a social housing organisation relayed private e mails with a woman in a council housing department, one which contained slanderous and fictitious content about a tenant with no criminal history and who liked to lead a peaceful existence. This stated that in the opinion of the woman concerned the tenant was violent and had a serious mental illness. This was entirely untrue! As a result the social services were contacted,(All without any information being given about the procedure to the subject of it!), a local NHS Trust involved and a huge procedures was put secretly into place, involving a very large body of complete strangers to the subject involved. A hospital in the area was involved and also a clinic which made phone calls to try to get the name of the subject's doctor. (Refused twice!) A major NHS trust in the south west was contacted with ties with Tooting Bec (a well known mental hospital). Funny things started happening to the tenant who got wise to this clandestine procedure by powerful and unaccountable authorities and directly approached and challenged the social worker in the clinic who had made the calls. A letter from their doctor was forwarded to the landlords and the council stating that no information had been given from her patient's medical file at any time to the authorities concerned. This was ignored but by intelligent questioning of involved individuals with relation to clauses in the data protection acts and after an interview with the social worker at the clinic a memo was sent to the council from the clinic that to involve the particular individual in such a procedure was 'very inappropriate.' However this went on record on the housing file. Years later the tenant took the council housing department to court on another case and the slanderous information on the housing file was repeated by a judge who told the council.'It is wrong to mention…'s mental illness' as part of their defence.This tenant in question had no history of any mental illness, abhorred any form of violence and was suffering a new neighbour with an alcohol addiction who had attacked her, sent many hate letters and shouted hateful abuse from her balcony keeping everyone awake nearly every night for five and a half years before the landlords and the police finally evicted her. I have heard this procedure has been used by councils and housing associations against tenants before and since this case occurred. Is this right to treat a human being in this way? This cost a great deal of money with all the quangos involved but it was really a huge mistake. The housing file in question which revealed what had taken place in secret came to light in a solicitor's office. The council mysteriously 'lost' their own copy of this file.

Why is this idea important?

In Richmond a fairly low key member of staff in a social housing organisation relayed private e mails with a woman in a council housing department, one which contained slanderous and fictitious content about a tenant with no criminal history and who liked to lead a peaceful existence. This stated that in the opinion of the woman concerned the tenant was violent and had a serious mental illness. This was entirely untrue! As a result the social services were contacted,(All without any information being given about the procedure to the subject of it!), a local NHS Trust involved and a huge procedures was put secretly into place, involving a very large body of complete strangers to the subject involved. A hospital in the area was involved and also a clinic which made phone calls to try to get the name of the subject's doctor. (Refused twice!) A major NHS trust in the south west was contacted with ties with Tooting Bec (a well known mental hospital). Funny things started happening to the tenant who got wise to this clandestine procedure by powerful and unaccountable authorities and directly approached and challenged the social worker in the clinic who had made the calls. A letter from their doctor was forwarded to the landlords and the council stating that no information had been given from her patient's medical file at any time to the authorities concerned. This was ignored but by intelligent questioning of involved individuals with relation to clauses in the data protection acts and after an interview with the social worker at the clinic a memo was sent to the council from the clinic that to involve the particular individual in such a procedure was 'very inappropriate.' However this went on record on the housing file. Years later the tenant took the council housing department to court on another case and the slanderous information on the housing file was repeated by a judge who told the council.'It is wrong to mention…'s mental illness' as part of their defence.This tenant in question had no history of any mental illness, abhorred any form of violence and was suffering a new neighbour with an alcohol addiction who had attacked her, sent many hate letters and shouted hateful abuse from her balcony keeping everyone awake nearly every night for five and a half years before the landlords and the police finally evicted her. I have heard this procedure has been used by councils and housing associations against tenants before and since this case occurred. Is this right to treat a human being in this way? This cost a great deal of money with all the quangos involved but it was really a huge mistake. The housing file in question which revealed what had taken place in secret came to light in a solicitor's office. The council mysteriously 'lost' their own copy of this file.

review all Criminal Justice Acts

there are some dubious clauses that are still causing the police to be heavy-handed with the public – stop and search powers, banning gatherings of more than 2 people with repetitive beats playing, making it impossible for travellers to stop anywhere in England apart from approved sites…    many other clauses are too intrusive and have led to a nanny state.

Why is this idea important?

there are some dubious clauses that are still causing the police to be heavy-handed with the public – stop and search powers, banning gatherings of more than 2 people with repetitive beats playing, making it impossible for travellers to stop anywhere in England apart from approved sites…    many other clauses are too intrusive and have led to a nanny state.

Restore fairness to housing lists by eliminating corruption and abuse.

Rigourous independant checks are required of council workers and council waiting lists along with introduction of regular re-visitation of personal circumstances of those afforded such accomodation to prevent systemic abuse of the housing system.

Why is this idea important?

Rigourous independant checks are required of council workers and council waiting lists along with introduction of regular re-visitation of personal circumstances of those afforded such accomodation to prevent systemic abuse of the housing system.

CREATE WITHIN SOCA A NEW NORTH AMERICAN TYPE INTERNAL AFFAIRS – SCRAP THE IPCC – INDEPENDENT POLICE COMPLAINTS COMMISSION

POLICE IN THE UK ARE CORRUPT – THERE IS WIDESPREAD CORRUPTION AND ABUSE – OFFENCES MADE UP AND INVENTED – ILLEGAL AND UNLAWFUL COUNTER INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS DONE ON CITIZENS

WE WERE A FASCIST POLICE STATE RUN BY MADMEN THAT THE MORE INSANE THE MORE LIKELY TO SUCCEED

THE POLICE CANNOT BE TRUSTED IN ANYTHING THEY DO OR REPRESENT

THERE IS NO SYSTEM OF EXPOSING POLICE CORRUPTION AND ABUSE – THE IPCC IS AN ORGANISATION OF WHIMPS AT THE BECK AND CALL OF THE POLICE

THE AMERICANS CREATED INTERNAL AFFAIRS THAT MAKES THE POLICE THINK TWICE ABOUT STITCHING UP CITIZENS FOR CRIMES THEY DID NOT COMMIT

Why is this idea important?

POLICE IN THE UK ARE CORRUPT – THERE IS WIDESPREAD CORRUPTION AND ABUSE – OFFENCES MADE UP AND INVENTED – ILLEGAL AND UNLAWFUL COUNTER INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS DONE ON CITIZENS

WE WERE A FASCIST POLICE STATE RUN BY MADMEN THAT THE MORE INSANE THE MORE LIKELY TO SUCCEED

THE POLICE CANNOT BE TRUSTED IN ANYTHING THEY DO OR REPRESENT

THERE IS NO SYSTEM OF EXPOSING POLICE CORRUPTION AND ABUSE – THE IPCC IS AN ORGANISATION OF WHIMPS AT THE BECK AND CALL OF THE POLICE

THE AMERICANS CREATED INTERNAL AFFAIRS THAT MAKES THE POLICE THINK TWICE ABOUT STITCHING UP CITIZENS FOR CRIMES THEY DID NOT COMMIT

Amend (extend) and Reintroduce High Treason

The Treason Felony Act 1848 is a law which protects the Queen and the Crown, My idea is to extend it to effectively reintroduce high treason, (without death penalty).

High Treason covers some of the more serious acts of betrayal of one's sovereign or nation.

To my veiw, many betrayals of the nation are handled as "petty crimes", recent examples have been cases of embezzelement by various level officials of taxpayers money and other misuses of power/authority granted to individuals who 'serve' the public or nation.

Police officers, civil servants and ministers, those people who are paid by the nation to serve the nation and are entrusted with powers, should be charged if found guilty of betraying the nation by thier actions.

Why is this idea important?

The Treason Felony Act 1848 is a law which protects the Queen and the Crown, My idea is to extend it to effectively reintroduce high treason, (without death penalty).

High Treason covers some of the more serious acts of betrayal of one's sovereign or nation.

To my veiw, many betrayals of the nation are handled as "petty crimes", recent examples have been cases of embezzelement by various level officials of taxpayers money and other misuses of power/authority granted to individuals who 'serve' the public or nation.

Police officers, civil servants and ministers, those people who are paid by the nation to serve the nation and are entrusted with powers, should be charged if found guilty of betraying the nation by thier actions.

stop the persecution of Catholics.

Various laws old and new are designed to make being a Catholic a crininal offence.  A catholic cannot be the monarch of this country.  The Catholic Church is discriminated against in equality laws that make some people or groups more equal then others.

Why is this idea important?

Various laws old and new are designed to make being a Catholic a crininal offence.  A catholic cannot be the monarch of this country.  The Catholic Church is discriminated against in equality laws that make some people or groups more equal then others.

CROWN PROSECUTION TO GO TO PRISON IF ABUSE OR CORRUPTION

THE  RECENT CAPTURE OF A CORRUPT CROWN PROSECUTOR AND HIS ADMITTANCE OF GUILTY ON CHARGES OF CORRUPTION AND BRIBERY IS HISTORIC – IT SETS A NEW PRECENDECE THAT THERE IS CORRUPTION IN THE CROWN PROSECUTION

THE CROWN PROSECUTION STATES IT WILL NEVER SEND A CASE TO COURT IF IT DOES NOT SERVE THE PUBLIC INTEREST OR THERE IS NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO CONVICT

THIS IS A LIE

I AM A MAGISTRATE-APPLICANT TO WORCESTER MAGISTRATES CIRCLE 2007

THE CROWN PROSECUTION IS IMMUNE FROM PROSECUTION – THEY CAN LIE, CHEAT, USE FALSE WITNESSES, FALSE DOCUMENTS AND NOTHING WILL EVER HAPPEN TO THEM – THEY ARE PREDATORS OF THE SOCIETY AND CAN BE VERY, VERY DANGEROUS

THERE IS NO MECHANISM TO CONTROL OR EXPOSE ABUSES OR CORRUPTION

Why is this idea important?

THE  RECENT CAPTURE OF A CORRUPT CROWN PROSECUTOR AND HIS ADMITTANCE OF GUILTY ON CHARGES OF CORRUPTION AND BRIBERY IS HISTORIC – IT SETS A NEW PRECENDECE THAT THERE IS CORRUPTION IN THE CROWN PROSECUTION

THE CROWN PROSECUTION STATES IT WILL NEVER SEND A CASE TO COURT IF IT DOES NOT SERVE THE PUBLIC INTEREST OR THERE IS NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO CONVICT

THIS IS A LIE

I AM A MAGISTRATE-APPLICANT TO WORCESTER MAGISTRATES CIRCLE 2007

THE CROWN PROSECUTION IS IMMUNE FROM PROSECUTION – THEY CAN LIE, CHEAT, USE FALSE WITNESSES, FALSE DOCUMENTS AND NOTHING WILL EVER HAPPEN TO THEM – THEY ARE PREDATORS OF THE SOCIETY AND CAN BE VERY, VERY DANGEROUS

THERE IS NO MECHANISM TO CONTROL OR EXPOSE ABUSES OR CORRUPTION

Leave the EU – that should stop most of the daft, expensive legislation

Leaving the EU should stop most of the daft, expensive legislation which this site was set up to do. Most of the ideas proposed on this site would be impossible to repeal because the are binding on our government. Euro diktat has precedence over UK law in many cases.

Most of our legislation is now directed from Brussels. The government you elect here in the UK can rarely do anything about laws, regulations and bureacracy from the EU. Most of these things have been created after lobbying by special interest groups or big business. They have the deep pockets to employ specialist PR agents who – at best – wine and dine the EU bureacrats.

Even where the legislations sounds to be positive, it is usually at enormous cost.

Every year, thousands of new rules and regulations are published producing a monumental nuisance for almost every organisation in the country.

Some we know are EU-inspired, but other laws are less well known as EU in origin. In fact most of our legislation comes from over the water.  But the majority of EU laws and regulations are expensive to implement and monitor, and ineffective in not producing the intended effect; some are harmful, and of course some actually useful.

Why is this idea important?

Leaving the EU should stop most of the daft, expensive legislation which this site was set up to do. Most of the ideas proposed on this site would be impossible to repeal because the are binding on our government. Euro diktat has precedence over UK law in many cases.

Most of our legislation is now directed from Brussels. The government you elect here in the UK can rarely do anything about laws, regulations and bureacracy from the EU. Most of these things have been created after lobbying by special interest groups or big business. They have the deep pockets to employ specialist PR agents who – at best – wine and dine the EU bureacrats.

Even where the legislations sounds to be positive, it is usually at enormous cost.

Every year, thousands of new rules and regulations are published producing a monumental nuisance for almost every organisation in the country.

Some we know are EU-inspired, but other laws are less well known as EU in origin. In fact most of our legislation comes from over the water.  But the majority of EU laws and regulations are expensive to implement and monitor, and ineffective in not producing the intended effect; some are harmful, and of course some actually useful.

MPS’ salaries, expenses & the IPSA

Apparently the new IPSA  (MPs' expenses regulatory body) is costing a lot of money and MPs may not pass its budget. See this article on the IPSA in yesterday's Guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/jul/01/mps-ipsa-expenses-watchdog-budget

Is it too simple for the IPSA to be staffed by genuine members of the public on moderate salaries rather than the usual "people like us"?

I think MPs should be paid the average salary and should be prohibited from having outside jobs – or, after leaving office, from walking straight into jobs closely connected to their previous responsibilities.

Why is this idea important?

Apparently the new IPSA  (MPs' expenses regulatory body) is costing a lot of money and MPs may not pass its budget. See this article on the IPSA in yesterday's Guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/jul/01/mps-ipsa-expenses-watchdog-budget

Is it too simple for the IPSA to be staffed by genuine members of the public on moderate salaries rather than the usual "people like us"?

I think MPs should be paid the average salary and should be prohibited from having outside jobs – or, after leaving office, from walking straight into jobs closely connected to their previous responsibilities.

Allow the public to sack corrupt council workers

after experiencing council corruption first hand when a distribution centre was built in my area against the wishes of every local resident and the neighbouring council and finding there is no way to stop or have a corrupt council investigated or individuals held responsible I feel there should be a law to allow the public to start an investigation and hold the corrupt individuals responsible and liable for prosecution.

The level of corruption is so extensive information which can be accessed by the public was lost and data became corrupted, therefore it was no longer available for viewing.

Why is this idea important?

after experiencing council corruption first hand when a distribution centre was built in my area against the wishes of every local resident and the neighbouring council and finding there is no way to stop or have a corrupt council investigated or individuals held responsible I feel there should be a law to allow the public to start an investigation and hold the corrupt individuals responsible and liable for prosecution.

The level of corruption is so extensive information which can be accessed by the public was lost and data became corrupted, therefore it was no longer available for viewing.

Digital Economy Act

The Digital Economy Act was pushed through the parliament in the washup by the previous administration. It was a bill that was lobbied for extensively, by money-concerned corporations, with little to none of the ISPs having to enforce the Act being consulted.

It should be repealed unconditionally.

Why is this idea important?

The Digital Economy Act was pushed through the parliament in the washup by the previous administration. It was a bill that was lobbied for extensively, by money-concerned corporations, with little to none of the ISPs having to enforce the Act being consulted.

It should be repealed unconditionally.