Britain’s sovereignty may be surrendered ONLY when defeated in war.

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THE LAW IS –
 
Britain’s sovereignty may be surrendered ONLY when defeated in war.
 
Anything else is an act of TREASON contrary to the 1351 Treason Act, Act of Supremacy 1559, Bill of Rights 1689 and Treason Felony Act 1848.  The penalty for TREASON is severe.
 
Every British subject has a lifelong inalienable duty FROM BIRTH of absolute allegiance to the English Crown and to defence Britain’s sovereignty. 
This expressly applies to politicians who by obligation, have sworn allegiance to Britain and its sovereignty.
 
English Constitutional Law is STILL IN FULL FORCE AS WRITTEN and is INVIOLABLE IN PERPETUITY. 
Politicians might think they can dismiss it but it absolutely cannot be ignored or tampered with.  THE NATION IS WATCHING.
 
Peter West
Cirencester


 
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