Bar signatories to the Scottish Claim of Right (1988) from holding office in British government.

 
 
Signatories to the Scottish Claim of Right affirm that the interests of Scotland are paramount over those of all other countries, including those of other parts countries in the United Kingdom.
 
The claim states:
 
"We, gathered as the Scottish Constitutional Convention, do hereby acknowledge the sovereign right of the Scottish people to determine the form of Government best suited to their needs, and do hereby declare and pledge that in all our actions and deliberations their interests shall be paramount."
 

Why is this idea important?

 
 
Signatories to the Scottish Claim of Right affirm that the interests of Scotland are paramount over those of all other countries, including those of other parts countries in the United Kingdom.
 
The claim states:
 
"We, gathered as the Scottish Constitutional Convention, do hereby acknowledge the sovereign right of the Scottish people to determine the form of Government best suited to their needs, and do hereby declare and pledge that in all our actions and deliberations their interests shall be paramount."
 

Sedition – repeal New-Labour’s repeal of the death penalty for Treason

Labour changed the law around treason/sedition and the death penalty was removed for treason against the British State.

Labour signed us up to the Lisbon Constitutional Treaty which imposes the death penalty on British Nationals who oppose a Federated European Superstate.

This injustice needs to be reversed, I would ask that the coalition Government consider their oath of allegiance to the British People and reverse the reversal by Labour – while promoting a referendum on IN/OUT of Europe as previously promised by all parties and promised by Nick Clegg at the last General Election (if they were elected) … but so far not mentioned.

Why is this idea important?

Labour changed the law around treason/sedition and the death penalty was removed for treason against the British State.

Labour signed us up to the Lisbon Constitutional Treaty which imposes the death penalty on British Nationals who oppose a Federated European Superstate.

This injustice needs to be reversed, I would ask that the coalition Government consider their oath of allegiance to the British People and reverse the reversal by Labour – while promoting a referendum on IN/OUT of Europe as previously promised by all parties and promised by Nick Clegg at the last General Election (if they were elected) … but so far not mentioned.

Where does it allow in the British constitution that Britain can be governed by an outside nation not elected by the British people?

Britain must sever its links with the EU due to the fact that the past Labour-Union government administration of Britain entered into an illegal affiliation with the EU governing body contrary to the Constition of Britain which requires that the approval of the citizens of Britain must be gotten before such an alliance with another government can be made on their behalf. This was not done by Blair. He misled the British public and did not adequately explain or communicate the matter to the public or the parliament of Britain. He contrived to deceive.

Why is this idea important?

Britain must sever its links with the EU due to the fact that the past Labour-Union government administration of Britain entered into an illegal affiliation with the EU governing body contrary to the Constition of Britain which requires that the approval of the citizens of Britain must be gotten before such an alliance with another government can be made on their behalf. This was not done by Blair. He misled the British public and did not adequately explain or communicate the matter to the public or the parliament of Britain. He contrived to deceive.

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.

Modernise the law of treason

Anyone who owes allegiance to the Queen – that is, British citizens anywhere, foreigners resident in this country and holders of British passports (even if obtained fraudulently) – commits treason if he:

  • levies war against the Queen in the UK,
  • is adherent to the Queen's enemies in the UK or elsewhere by giving to them aid and comfort in the UK or elsewhere,
  • "compasses or imagines" the death of the King, Queen Regnant or Queen Consort, or Prince of Wales,
  • has sex (whether consensual or not) with the Queen Consort, the Princess of Wales or the Queen's "eldest daughter unmarried",
  • slays any judge in the exercise of his duties, (Treason Act 1351),
  • fights in the armed forces of a king de jure against the King de facto (Treason Act 1495),
  • attempts to prevent the next in line to the throne as appointed by law from succeeding (Act 1 Anne Stat 2 (c.21); Treason Act (Ireland) 1703), 
  • slays any of the Lords of Session or Lords Commissioners of Justiciary sitting on the bench in the exercise of their duties in Scotland,
  • counterfeits the Great Seal of Scotland (Treason Act 1708),
  • compasses or imagines "to deprive or depose our Most Gracious Lady the Queen, from the style, honour, or royal name of the imperial crown of the United Kingdom" (use of force is not required), or use force to intimidate Parliament or to change the Government, or inciting any foreigner to make an armed invasion of the UK (Treason Felony Act 1848, which can be charged as treason).

I will submit a petition to Parliament on this subject, which proposes to abolish the concept of allegiance, restrict treason to making war on the UK, helping the UK's enemies in wartime, and killing or attempting to kill the Queen.  The language of the law will be modernised, written in English and the aim is to contain the whole law of treason in one statute.

Why is this idea important?

Anyone who owes allegiance to the Queen – that is, British citizens anywhere, foreigners resident in this country and holders of British passports (even if obtained fraudulently) – commits treason if he:

  • levies war against the Queen in the UK,
  • is adherent to the Queen's enemies in the UK or elsewhere by giving to them aid and comfort in the UK or elsewhere,
  • "compasses or imagines" the death of the King, Queen Regnant or Queen Consort, or Prince of Wales,
  • has sex (whether consensual or not) with the Queen Consort, the Princess of Wales or the Queen's "eldest daughter unmarried",
  • slays any judge in the exercise of his duties, (Treason Act 1351),
  • fights in the armed forces of a king de jure against the King de facto (Treason Act 1495),
  • attempts to prevent the next in line to the throne as appointed by law from succeeding (Act 1 Anne Stat 2 (c.21); Treason Act (Ireland) 1703), 
  • slays any of the Lords of Session or Lords Commissioners of Justiciary sitting on the bench in the exercise of their duties in Scotland,
  • counterfeits the Great Seal of Scotland (Treason Act 1708),
  • compasses or imagines "to deprive or depose our Most Gracious Lady the Queen, from the style, honour, or royal name of the imperial crown of the United Kingdom" (use of force is not required), or use force to intimidate Parliament or to change the Government, or inciting any foreigner to make an armed invasion of the UK (Treason Felony Act 1848, which can be charged as treason).

I will submit a petition to Parliament on this subject, which proposes to abolish the concept of allegiance, restrict treason to making war on the UK, helping the UK's enemies in wartime, and killing or attempting to kill the Queen.  The language of the law will be modernised, written in English and the aim is to contain the whole law of treason in one statute.

Treason Act

In the 1998 Crime and Disorder Act the government repealed the Treason Acts as follows:

The following enactments shall cease to have effect, namely— (a) the [1790 c. 48.] Treason Act 1790; (b) the [1795 c. 7.] Treason Act 1795

Why is this idea important?

In the 1998 Crime and Disorder Act the government repealed the Treason Acts as follows:

The following enactments shall cease to have effect, namely— (a) the [1790 c. 48.] Treason Act 1790; (b) the [1795 c. 7.] Treason Act 1795

Reinstate the death penalty for treason

While it is highly commendable that we focus on the rights of a citizen whether inside or outside parliament. There is a need to highlight we have responsibilities as good citizens. The reinstatement of the death penalty for treason would provide sanction against excess perpetrated against the citizens of this country

Why is this idea important?

While it is highly commendable that we focus on the rights of a citizen whether inside or outside parliament. There is a need to highlight we have responsibilities as good citizens. The reinstatement of the death penalty for treason would provide sanction against excess perpetrated against the citizens of this country