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Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP Constituency ([email protected]) <[email protected]>
Cc: Dominic Grieve QC MP ([email protected]) <[email protected]>
Subject: Boris Johnson could go to prison if he ignores no-deal Brexit legislation
 
Dear Dominic Grieve QC MP,
Please can you explain to me exactly which “Law” Boris will break, for which he ‘could’ go to prison?
Given that every piece of legislation since Edward Heath’s Treason in 1972 has been void and of no legal force, due to Parliament illegally handing it’s law making power to Brussels without the consent of the Sovereign People.
 
Did the ‘no deal’ Brexit legislation actually receive Royal Assent Direct from Her Majesty, or did Parliament usurp her authority and use the prerogative themselves?
 
If Parliament used the Royal Prerogative themselves, then surely that is a breach of the 1351 Treason Act “1351 CHAPTER 2 25 Edw 3 Stat 5”
Statute the Fifth
II  Declaration what Offences shall be adjudged Treason.
Compassing the Death of the King, Queen, or eldest Son; violating the Queen, or the King’s eldest Daughter unmarried, or his eldest Son’s Wife, Levying War; adhering to the King’s enemies; killing the Chancellor; Treasurer; or Judges in Execution of their Duty.
ITEM. Whereas divers Opinions have been before this Time [x2 in what Case Treason shall be said , and in what not;] the King, at the Request of the Lords and of the Commons, hath made a Declaration in the Manner as hereafter followeth, that is to say; When a Man doth compass or imagine the Death of our Lord the King, or our Lady his [x3Queen] or of the eldest Son and Heir…………………….”
 
To usurp Her Majesty’s authority on the Royal Assent, Parliament are committing Treason, because they are imagining Her Death as a fully Sovereign Queen, and all involved should rightfully be marched to the Tower of London and incarcerated.
 
I therefore ask you to explain the legal position in a nutshell, and exactly who committed what crime -  was it Boris who is trying to right the grievous treason against Her Majesty and the people, or Parliament itself?
Take your pick.
 
I will be interested to hear your account.
 
Yours sincerely
 
Mrs Jane B
English Constitution Group
http://englishconstitutionalconvention.org/english-law/the-treason-allegations/
http://englishconstitutionalconvention.org/english-parliament/the-origins-rights-and-authority-of-parliament/

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Dominic Grieve says Boris Johnson could go to prison if he ignores no-deal Brexit legislation
STAFF WRITER
Sep 7th 2019 10:44AM
 
Former Attorney General Dominic Grieve told LBC that the Prime Minister could go to prison if he fails to comply with legislation against a no-deal Brexit.
 
The Independent MP was one of 21 rebels who had the whip removed after rebelling against the government earlier this week.
 
Commenting on Boris Johnson's performance as PM, he said: "I've found his behaviour quite astonishing. Both his behaviour at the dispatch box, where he seemed ill-prepared and unable to answer perfectly legitimate questions.
 
"And now apparently his suggestion that he would defy the legislation that's been passed through both Houses of Parliament in order to crash us out on the 31st October.
 
"The simple truth is that he can't do this. It's the law of the land, he's a subject of the law of the land, as anybody else, and just because he's Prime Minister doesn't mean he mustn't do what the law says he should."
 
Grieve went on to describe the process that would follow if Johnson were to defy the law, including the suggestion that he could go to prison.
 
He continued: "The cabinet secretary and head of the civil service will all say to him that they will not help or assist him in any way because he's acting unlawfully.
"He'll also be told this by the Attorney General who, if he persists, will almost certainly have to resign, along with the Solicitor General, who are both the law officers of the crown.
 
"If he continues, then a legal challenge will be brought in court to order the government to comply, and it will include, if necessary, an injunction requiring him to do this.
 
"If he doesn't do that he could be brought before the court and, technically speaking, he could be sent to prison for contempt."
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 Treason Act 1351
1351 CHAPTER 2 25 Edw 3 Stat 5
A  STATUTE  made  at  WESTMINSTER;In  the  Parliament  holden  in  the  Feast  of
Saint  Hilary;  In  the  Twenty-fifth  Year  of  the  Reign  of  K.  EDWARD  the  Third.
X1
Annotations:
Editorial Information
X1
The original text of this Act was not in modern English. The traditional translation, with obsolete
characters modernised, appears first. The original text (as an image) appears second.
Modifications etc. (not altering text)
C1
Short title given by
Short Titles Act 1896 (c. 14)
Statute the Fifth.
II
Declaration what Offences shall be adjudged Treason. Compassing the Death of
the King, Queen, or their eldest Son; violating the Queen, or the King’s eldest
Daughter unmarried, or his eldest Son’s Wife; levying War; adhering to the
King’s Enemies; killing the Chancellor, Treasurer, or Judges in Execution of
their Duty.
ITEM, Whereas divers Opinions have been before this Time
[
X2
in what Case Treason
shall  be  said,  and  in  what  not;
]
  the  King,  at  the  Request  of  the  Lords  and  of  the
Commons, hath made a Declaration in the Manner as hereafter followeth, that is to
say; When a Man doth compass or imagine the Death of our Lord the King, or of our
Lady his
[
X3
Queen
]
 or of their eldest Son and Heir; or if a Man do violate the King’s
[
X3
Companion,
]
 or the King’s eldest Daughter unmarried, or the Wife (
X4
) the King’s
eldest Son and Heir; or if a Man do levy War against our Lord the King in his Realm,
or be adherent to the King’s Enemies in his Realm, giving to them Aid and Comfort in
the Realm, or elsewhere, and thereof be
[
X5
probably
]
 attainted of open Deed by
[
X6
the
People
]
 of their Condition: . . .
F1
, and if a Man slea the Chancellor, Treasurer, or the
King’s Justices of the one Bench or the other, Justices in Eyre, or Justices of Assise,

2
Treason Act 1351 (c. 2)
Document Generated: 2012-03-05
Changes to legislation:
There are currently no known outstanding
effects for the Treason Act 1351. (See end of Document for details)
and all other Justices assigned to hear and determine, being in their Places, doing their
Offices: And it is to be understood, that in the Cases above rehearsed,
[
X7
that
]
 ought to
be judged Treason which extends to our Lord the King, and his Royal Majesty: .
Annotations:
Editorial Information
X2
Variant reading of the text noted in
The Statutes of the Realm
 as follows: what case should be adjudged
Treason, and what not;
X3
Variant reading of the text noted in
The Statutes of the Realm
 as follows: Wife
X4
Variant reading of the text noted in
The Statutes of the Realm
 as follows: of
X5
Variant reading of the text noted in
The Statutes of the Realm
 as follows: proveably
MS. Tr.
X6
Variant reading of the text noted in
The Statutes of the Realm
 as follows: People
X7
Variant reading of the text noted in
The Statutes of the Realm
 as follows: it
Amendments (Textual)
F1
Words repealed by the Act 2 & 3 Will. 4 c. 34, s. 1 and
Forgery Act 1830 (c. 66)
,
s. 31
F2
Words repealed by the Act 9 Geo. 4 c. 31, s. 1, the Act 10 Geo. 4 c. 34 s. 1,
Escheat (Procedure) Act
1887 (c. 53)
,
Sch.
,
Statute Law Revision Act 1948 (c. 62)
,
Sch. 1
,
Criminal Law Act 1967 (c. 58)
,
Sch.
3 Pt. I
 and
Criminal Law Act (Northern Ireland) 1967 (c. 18)
,
Sch. 2 Pt. I


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