Wake-The-Feck-Up Podcast #006: A Question of Sovereignty

Podcast #006

There is compelling evidence to suggest that no public bill or act of parliament has been validly enacted since the Parliament Act 1911. The act abolished the power of the House of Lords to veto any public bill introduced in the House of Commons, in breach of English constitutional law. This podcast is an exploration of why the purported jurisdiction of the EU legislature upon the islands of Britain is null and void as a result.

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A Question of Sovereignty

References

Bill of Rights 1688

Parliament Act 1911

House of Lords Act 1999

European Parliamentary Elections Act 2002

International Law

Union with Scotland Act in 1706

Magna Carta 1215

 

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