Magna Carta

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Magna Carta
« on: August 04, 2016, 08:23:43 PM »
Much has been suggested about the foreseen “accidental” loss of Magna Carta now that remaining copies have been conveniently placed in one location. (What really is the archival point of that ?)


Attached is a pdf copy of it  -  in ENGLISH.


No idea where I got it from,  but it came from the Internet in June 2012 so my computer tells me.


Anybody interested in making its existence in English widely known  -  or copying it to the Department of Education for the nation’s schools or for museums,  libraries,  pro-British organisations,  historians and other scholarly types or some such ?   (I would but am seriously overawed by the increasing workload I already have)


And is it actually true that only three sections of its text remain in recognised effect these days (as according to Wikipedia) ?  Surely,  being SO old,  in cannot have been repealed as it is Common Law (Isn’t it ?)


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