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UK Separation of Powers

  • Legislature – Parliament
  • Executive – Prime Minister, Cabinet, Government Departments & Civil Service
  • Judiciary – Courts

Although the doctrine of separation of power plays a role in the United Kingdom’s constitutional doctrine, the UK constitution is often described as having “a weak separation of powers”. For example, in the United Kingdom, the executive forms a subset of the legislature, as did—to a lesser extent—the judiciary until the establishment of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom. The Prime Minister, the Chief Executive, sits as a member of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, either as a peer in the House of Lords or as an elected member of the House of Commons (by convention, and as a result of the supremacy of the Lower House, the Prime Minister now sits in the House of Commons) and can effectively be removed from office by a simple majority vote. Furthermore, while the courts in the United Kingdom are undoubtedly amongst the most independent in the world, the Law Lords, who were the final arbiters of judicial disputes in the UK, until recently sat simultaneously in the House of Lords, the upper house of the legislature, although this arrangement ceased in 2009 when the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom came into existence. Furthermore, because of the existence of Parliamentary sovereignty, while the theory of separation of powers may be studied there, a system such as that of the UK is more accurately described as a “fusion of powers”.

The development of the British constitution, which is not a codified document, is based on this fusion in the person of the Monarch, who has a formal role to play in the legislature (Parliament, which is where legal and political sovereignty lies, is the Crown-in-Parliament, and is summoned and dissolved by the Sovereign who must give his or her Royal Assent to all Bills so that they become Acts), the executive (the Sovereign appoints all ministers of His/Her Majesty’s Government, who govern in the name of the Crown) and the judiciary (the Sovereign, as the fount of justice, appoints all senior judges, and all public prosecutions are brought in his or her name).

The British legal systems are based on common law traditions which require:

  • Police or regulators cannot initiate complaints under criminal law but can only investigate (prosecution is mostly reserved for the Crown Prosecution Service), which prevents selective enforcement, e.g. the ‘fishing expedition’ which is often specifically forbidden.
  • Prosecutors cannot withhold evidence from attorneys for the defendant; to do so results in mistrial or dismissal. Accordingly, their relation to police is no advantage.
  • Defendants convicted can appeal, but only fresh and compelling evidence not available at trial can be introduced, restricting the power of the court of appeal to the process of law applied.

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List of current Royal Privy Council members

 

95% of crime is committed by Government

And yet people believe them, meekly accept their judgement, vote for them and obey them.

The invasion of Iraq was done on the basis of government fraud about “Weapons of Mass Destruction” they knew did not exist. They killed over one million Iraqis. Whether its manslaughter or murder, its still a crime.

That’s why Bilderberger Foreign Secretary William Hague is so desperate to silence the chief prosecution witness, Julian Assange, whose Wikileaks website has published the documentation that convicts them. It used to be gangsters who silenced witnesses, but Hague is attempting to sabotage the criminal prosecution of other Bilderberg ministers.

The government deregulated the banks in 1999, deliberately making them massive fraud machines, creating bubbles in the markets they knew would burst, rewarding criminality by allowing billions in bonuses for failure. Their goal is political engineering, to further impoverish us, reducing our financial muscle and our ability to resist.

The abolition of Britain by the six EU treaties was completed by the Lisbon Treaty in 2009, and executed by our top 17 government ministers, who committed treason, and who have been EU Bilderbergers, bribed EU agents since Edward Heath.

That’s a ten trillion pound nation, the world’s 5th largest economy, illegally sold into increasing slavery inside the emerging EU dictatorship.

That’s why treason is the most serious crime. This was easily the most serious act of high treason ever committed, and under our five Treason Acts, the thousands of government officials involved, the 362 MPs who voted for the EU, and those who very deliberately signed EU Treaties, including John Major, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and the Queen, should be punished, as both those laws and our common law demand.

On the orders of their masters in the EU, our bribed politicians have closed down our heavy industry, swamped us with 25 million immigrants, and the Office of National Statistics state the English will be a minority in their own nation by 2025. The English are despised by the EU, and they want us out of here. The ethnic cleansing of the English by the EU has been highly successful.

Its an electoral and constitutional crime for government to represent a foreign power. In fact a crime for them to represent anyone other than the British voters, something they haven’t done for 40 years.

Our senior police, Crown Prosecution Service and judges are almost exclusively freemasons, and Britain’s courts have been utterly corrupt for 20 years. That’s how the banks, politicians and government are able to commit these crimes, break the law and our written constitution (yes – all written – since Magna Carta).

Britain is home to the largest bribery structure on earth, the EU mandated 8,500 quangos, who waste £200 billion every year according to the Government’s Cabinet Office, on £700,000pa salaries for people who do nothing. In total over half of the £800 billion the government extorts from us in tax annually is obviously and deliberately wasted. Yes, that is a crime too.

The NHS is controlled by Common Purpose, a government quango, who, through their abolition of established procedures and continual change, now cause 60,000 preventable deaths in the NHS every year. But 100,000 are murdered on the ‘Liverpool Care Pathway’ where food and water are denied to them until they die. No less than 450,000 people die inside the NHS annually. CP also teach suicide though theatre, plays and workshops, and have successfully encouraged 79 youngsters in Bridgend, South Wales, to commit suicide. They proudly boast they will rule in the “Post democratic era”

David Cameron says he will do something about immigration, and have a bonfire of the quangos. He’s lying. As a bribed EU Bilderberger he has no such intention, and knows he would be forced out of office by the other Bilderbergers, just as Mrs Thatcher was, if he opposed EU policy.

That’s why he won’t ever have an EU referendum. And nor will Labour or the Lib Dems.

The government tell us it is dishonest to pay your cleaner in cash – no, its dishonest of the Government to extort taxes for their criminality and corruption.

The evidence seems overwhelming the government has committed a number of murders, including WMD scientist John Kelly, Foreign Secretary Robin Cook, and Labour leader John Smith, because they refused to go along with governemnt criminality

If you add up the crime committed by all the ordinary criminals in Britain, it is a pathetic tiny dot by comparison with the trillions of fraud, tax extortion to pay for waste, the millions killed and murder committed by government.

In the EU, we are now living under a communist regime, and as Mussolini said, fascism and communism are the government collaborating with large corporations to defraud the people.

We’ve seen it on a massive scale starting with banks, the government sabotage of the economy and the pound sterling, down to the utility companies, which they deliberately sold abroad to foreign nations who rip us off with every bill, and local councils who do the same.

Millions of people in the former nation of Britain are now impoverished as a result of government crime, and trying to survive on £5 an hour.

By paying taxes and voting for the Lib-Lab-Con, you are supporting the criminal government class, and helping them deprive you of everything you once had.

British Consitution

Until recently, the Ministry of Justice had this to say about the Constitution – The British Constitution is not, as it is in many countries, a ‘written constitution’. It is not codified in a single document but is made up of a complex web of statutes, conventions, and a corpus of common and other law. …

Prime Ministers since 1770

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English Kings & Queens

757-796 Offa House of Mercia 802-839 Egbert House of Wessex 839-856 Aethelwulf House of Wessex 856-860 Aethelbald House of Wessex 860-866 Aethelbert House of Wessex 866-871 Aethelred I House of Wessex 871-899 Alfred the Great House of Wessex 899-925 Edward the Elder House of Wessex 925-940 Athelstan House of Wessex 940-946 Edmund House of Wessex …

Charter of Liberties 1100

Charter of Liberties of Henry I, 1100 This charter, granted by Henry when he ascended the throne, is important in two ways. First, Henry formally bound himself to the laws, setting the stage for the rule of law that parliaments and parliamentarians of later ages would cry for. Second, it reads almost exactly like the …

Act of Settlement 1700

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Parliament Act 1911

1911 CHAPTER 13 An Act to make provision with respect to the powers of the House of Lords in relation to those of the House of Commons, and to limit the duration of Parliament. [18th August 1911] Whereas it is expedient that provision should be made for regulating the relations between the two Houses of …

Gold Standard Act 1925

Be it enacted by the King’s most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:— 1.— (1) Unless and until His Majesty by Proclamation otherwise directs— a) The Bank of England, notwithstanding …

Crime & Disorder Act 1998

The Crime and Disorder Act 1998 (c.37) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The Act was published on 2 December 1997 and received Royal Assent in July 1998. Its key areas were the introduction of Anti-Social Behaviour Orders, Sex Offender Orders, Parenting Orders, granting local authorities more responsibilities with regards to …

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