Britain's EU membership is invalid.

Constitutional Treason....

How did the Maastricht Treaty satisfy the English/British Constitutional documents? [Signed by John Major]

How did the democratically rejected ‘European Constitution’ get inserted into the Lisbon treaty without preventions?

How did the Lisbon Treaty satisfy the British/English Constitutional documents? [Signed by Gordon Brown]

Is Parliament guilty of playing fast and loose with weak selective use of ‘Our’ hard thought of and won protections, as though they are an antique relic of little value to be regarded and dishonored by Parliaments custodians? [When the same documents form the foundation of the American Constitution.]

'Many constitutional experts believe that Britain isn't actually a member of the European Union since our apparent entry was in violation of British law and was, therefore invalid.'

[Putting aside for another moment – That [innocent-or-not] representatives have and are negligently ignoring the presence of the law of English/British constitutional documents and in so doing are in breach of their oath’s of office and those that had a hand in signing away Sovereignty of the British Isles have committed Treason – Parliament is spending its Time arguing about weather sovereignty should come home to Britain or not & weather Britain is experiencing a Nationalist spastic crisis and that democracy should be overturned or done again until Britain can recommit to ‘a foreign self appointed government’ no matter the gloom on every EU horizon - And arguing on with no corrections.]

Britain's EU membership is invalid.

The Punishment should fit the Crime.

'Some MPs have subsequently claimed that `Parliament can do whatever it likes'. But that isn't true, of course. Political parties are not recognised in our system of government and Parliament do not have the right to change the whole nature of Britain's constitution. We have (or are supposed to have) an elective democracy not an elective dictatorship. Parliament may, in law and in day to day issues, be the sovereign power in the state, but the electors are (in the words of Dicey's `Introduction for the Study of the Law of the Constitution' published in 1885) `the body in which sovereign power is vested'. Dicey goes on to point out that `in a political sense the electors are the most important part of, we may even say are actually, the sovereign power, since their will is under the present constitution sure to obtain ultimate obedience.' Bagehot, author of The English Constitution, 1867, describes the nation, through Parliament, as `the present sovereign'.
The problem was that since Heath had ignored the constitution duties and requirements of Parliament and had signed the entrance documents illegally the words `stay in' were deceptive. We couldn't stay in the EEC because, constitutionally, we had never entered. We couldn't enter the Common Market because Parliament did not have the right to sign away our sovereignty.
Britain's entry into the Common Market (later to be transformed into the EU) was also illegal for another reason. The Prime Minister who signed the entry documents, Edward Heath, later confirmed that he had lied to the British people about the implications of the Treaty.
Heath told the electorate that signing the Treaty of Rome would lead to no essential loss of National Sovereignty but later admitted that this was a lie.
Edward Heath received a substantial financial bribe for taking Britain into the EU when he was Prime Minister.
The reward of £35,000, paid personally to Heath and at the time a substantial sum of money, was handed over to him (in the guise of The Charlemagne Prize) for signing the Treaty of Rome.
Because of Heath's dishonesty we never actually joined the Common Market.
And so all the subsequent treaties that were signed were illegal.
Britain's Treason Act (1351) is (at the time of writing) still in place. It states `that treason is committed when a man be adherent to the King's enemies in his realm, giving them aid and comfort in the realm'.
Precedents show that the British constitution (which may not be written and formalised in the same way as the American constitution is presented) but which is, nevertheless, enshrined and codified in the Magna Carta (1215), the Petition of Right (1628), the Bill of Rights (1689) and the Act of Settlement (1701) requires Parliament to consult the electorate directly where constitutional change which would affect their political sovereignty is in prospect. (The 1689 Bill of Rights) contains the following oath:
'`I do declare that no foreign prince, person, prelate, state or potentate hath or ought to have jurisdiction, power, superiority, pre-eminence or authority within this Realm.'' 
Since this Bill has not been repealed it is clear that every treaty Britain has signed with the EU has been illegal.'

All are guilty of or negligent Treason.

As we know, two were worse than weak minded L1&3 - They were Downright Betrayal.

Who All Hath Lead Us Here, Again?! ''This England, This Dear Land..

"We must consign this type of political class-less quality without qualification to the bin of history and bury these mutations of governance, using democracy to rebirth a modernist service for Britain, to evolve with the best, future from our minds, hearts & souls.''

is now leased out. I die pronoucing it. Like a tenament or a pelting farm. England, bound in with the triumphant sea, whose rocky shore beats back the envious siege of watery Neptune, is now bound in with shame, with inky blots and rotten parchment bonds: That England, that was wont to conquer others, Hath made a shameful conquest of itself!''


Warning: Beware of men' such as This - Who Have BREACHED their Oaths [& are progressing national surrender of] The English [British] Constitution And The British Isles and All.

Weak, Hypocrite, Hoar, Traitor and more..