Constitution

Scotland Ballot Box
Today the LibLabCon has joined forces to keep the Union together, they say. Very publicly “abandoning” Prime Ministers Questions in order to give the maximum impression that they actually wish to keep the Union together, all three have flown up to Scotland to campaign for a “NO” vote.
David Cameron, Nick Clegg
David Cameron intends to introduce a new "law" which will, according to the Daily Express, make clear that the UK Parliament is "supreme".
The Reset - A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing
In February 2010, just three months before the last general election, David Miliband was widely reported as calling for a “reset” of the British Constitution. The then Foreign Secretary argued that there should be a “wide ranging reset referendum which would allow voters to express an opinion on a series of constitutional reform proposals on the same day”.
In 1748, French political thinker, Montesquieu, identified in De l’esprit des lois the three branches of government between which power should be allocated and separated: the executive which takes action to implement the law, defend the nation, conduct foreign affairs and administer internal policies; the legislative which makes law, and the judiciary which applies the law to determine disputes and punish criminals.
Although the attention of the British public has long been distracted by Media Disinformation campaigns there are still occasions when the press publish a small fragment of an issue of constitutional importance.
Belfast judiciary, who swear a meaningless oath to their office and not to serve the Sovereign, block smoker's application to have questions of National Sovereignty and Treason from being heard in the Supreme Court.
Who is promoting the introduction of a financial transactions tax, and, for what purpose will any collected revenue be applied?
At school in England I loved the Scottish songs which we all knew and sang with Gusto (Gusto was the Italian music teacher). I later realised that I would have known the words to ‘Bonnie Bonnie Banks’ - hmm, this has slightly different connotations now - long before a student of my age living in Scotland.

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