Shortly after WWII, capitalism, moreover the lust for greed, took hold of politician’s and businesses and what was the beginning of rebuilding civilised society after one of the worst bloodiest wars turned into a society of unequal rights, privileges, entitlement, and directed prosperity and wealth. Fast forward a few decades, and trust, honesty and consciousness of politicians continued on a downward trend. Central government grew at an exponential rate and capitalism, with it mass fraud and corruption, expanded at an uncontrollable level. The ‘Boom and Bust’ cycle became a normal and planned occurrence due to the relationships between banks and government, even though the vast majority of people still believe to this day that is is due to people in charge and not the banking system itself. In 1973, the vote for joining the EU for trading partnerships occurred after two previous failed attempts, with the promise it was a vote purely for the benefit of trading with all European countries and nothing else. The general public was deceived and lied to by government about the specifics of the referendum. Margaret Thatcher, despite her flaws, resisted the UK joining the Euro but she and others who came after continued to accept greater control of the country from unelected officials within the EU. This also began the start of mass uncontrolled immigration, which has changed the culture, crime, number of opportunities available and quality of life (QoL) for everyone in the UK to the extent that all the good work done shortly after WWII is now strained and stressed to collapsing levels, including the health system. This also accelerated the growth of big ‘nanny’ government and with it a programme of social projects to help increase the power of mainstream party (MSP) governments who all presented to society a liberal attitude but were profiting from the continued conflict, destruction of industry and forced integration, which has led to increased segregation.

In the last 40 years or so, successive governments have orchestrated a programme of controlled education and ensured tighter relationships with media companies in an attempt to condition people into believing ‘what government wants them to believe’. Education has now been specifically designed to teach children edited and biased versions of history, politics, wars, religion, science and culture so much so PC culture, woke culture, diversity, feminism, integration and gender ideology is now very much part of the education curriculum that teaches to test. Scientific facts, biology, evidence and real unbiased data are now subject to being ignored if it goes against political agendas of whomever is in government at the current time. This notwithstanding, higher education and published research has been directed to concentrate on what can make private sponsors / businesses profit or for the advantage of political leaders; and any and all research which goes against business or political interests are censored / banned or relegated to lesser known publications (e.g. dangers of 5G, vaccines, transgender reality, etc.)thus, students are subjected to materials and research which suit certain interests and not all materials needed for critical analysis, as such students, and society in general, are directed for the financial benefit, and amusement / entertainment (most likely), of those few who can afford to lobby / bribe those in charge.

Hence, education now struggles to produce young adults capable of critically thinking (which is the narrative objective for education) and analysing what is being presented to them, who are easily led; instead attempts to produce adults can be easily manipulated to follow what government wants them to believe because they have been taught to be subjugated, believe and obey authority throughout their young lives. The education system is more akin to indoctrination factories for the benefit of the few (global elites and governments) to produce adults who believe authority without them providing evidence which justifies decisions made and to condition people not question what their being told through media and by their own politicians.

All social projects have done little but produce a sense of entitlement among many, increased problem of laziness, increased the number of people looking towards government for safety and security, have all but decimated strong family relationships especially amongst Anglo-Saxon Brits; have made people become less inclined to take care of themselves due to the freely available NHS services and pharmaceuticals; and created people more concerned with selfish greed. The government led projects and education have also produced many who struggle to deal with life’s problems due to the rising mental health, addictions, narcissism (and with it vanity), arrogance, and confidence issues that invariably come with mis-education, promotion of consumerism, obsession with external beauty, identity politics including transgender ideology, malnutrition and obesity, and ignoring basic scientific reality – the mind becomes confused due to the contradiction between the conditioning given and the actual reality of life. All these issues have people looking towards ‘nanny’ government for help and all ensure businesses continue to take financial advantage of those who continue to be inflicted these issues; and give further reasons for more oppressive legislations.

All this invariably means MSP government’s use people’s feelings and emotions to produce legislations under the guise of helping keep them safe and secure; which just so happens lets them acquire more power and influence over our lives, thus less freedom and privacy; therefore, subject to more financial gain via lobbying. Hence, even more legislations are created and societal issues are never resolved because it is in their best interests to promote and continue them – media has been used to present propaganda to give the impression governments are doing their best under difficult circumstances. MSP governments, with media, manipulate people’s sensitiveness, promote the right to protest and for people to demand more legislations to make all enjoy more oppression whilst media convinces people it is to protect certain groups and rights and for the greater good of society. There is no shortage of wealthy party leaders, corporate businesses and banks taking advantage of education and media conditioning people in this way for their own continued power and wealth benefit. Thus, many people do not to question media or their own government because of repeated messages presented through education, media, and by their own parents. This vicious circle which is akin to ‘war’ against freedom is for the express purpose of directing more power to the wealthy few and has been ongoing for generations – ‘More Legislations = Less Freedom & Privacy’.

There is also a strong argument that all government led social project designed to help people are nothing more than a scam. MSP governments awards contracts to friends, family or lobbyists and sometimes work to setup another charity for the express purpose of presenting to people that they are helping; but in reality those heading these contracts are making money at the expense of those they say their helping and from the tax payer / charity giver. Throughout, governments have zero problems in using people for their own goals and them placing them ’on the scrap heap’ once they are little use to them, i.e. veterans, with the exception of a few they use for good media publicity. There are plenty of empty buildings and houses that can be utilised, but, the only reason why homelessness (majority are veterans) has not been solved is because currently there is no profit to be made from it yet. MSP government have resources to resolve most societal issues; they acquire the resources from forced taxation which is supposed to used to resolve them. But, instead they work to continue them and increase poverty in real terms; and the only reason is because it is easier to control, manipulate and indoctrinate people who are distracted by these everyday stressors – this system has been extremely successful for many decades. People never question how can those wealthy people that society continue to vote in as ‘leaders’ possibly understand and solve societal problems when these ‘leaders’ have not experienced the helplessness and frustrations of life or can even remotely connect to the plight of those without much wealth – truth is: wealthy people see the poor majority as opportunities for exploitation for their own benefit.

Concurrently, MSP have raged numerous illegal / unlawful wars in many resource rich countries, dropped bombs indiscriminately, killed 100,00s of innocents and have justified these terrorist acts as bringing freedom to those people in respective countries, saving them from evil dictators. Something they have never managed to accomplish because as soon as they have control of the resource, the people, the lives extinguished due to their actions, are completely forgotten; then, society has to deal with subsequent retaliations causing many deaths, promoted as acts of terrorism, whilst politicians and corporate businesses profit. (There has been no legal action taken and those leaders responsible for mass murder have profited considerably from the exploits and still interfere with countries governance.)

During this 40 year period, successive mainstream party governments have managed to survive: many cycles of ‘Boom and Bust’ and subsequent recessions, numerous banker bailouts at the expense of ordinary working people, whilst bankers profit considerably from their exploits / fraud; and rising crime due to irresponsible immigration. MSP’s have redirected taxes from helping people in need to ‘nice-to-have’ projects that happen to increase the wealth of their lobbyist friends thus promotes charities to fill the gap and give governments more reasons to increase taxation and not fulfil their responsibilities to people. They have survived the destruction of family construct; biased legislations which has been extremely detrimental to the white Anglo-Saxon, mainly male, Brits; the creation of the terrorist act which defies any and all sense of self-ownership meaning people have zero power to resist any abuses from authorities – created as a direct result of government’s own actions; has created a police state where people are all but powerless and at mercy of any representative of authority; has made the UK a puppet of EU bureaucrats; have got away with accepting bribes disguised as the Lobbying Act or ‘cash for favours’ and stealing from the tax payer; has ensured the vast majority are more impoverished than any other westernised country; has overseen and grown a nation of addicts too distracted to take notice of the important things in life; have ensured banks and corporate businesses have become the dominant force(s) in the country; have ensured the continued promotion of gender identity, racism and identity politics to keep people segregated and fighting amongst themselves to the extent of giving tax money to certain groups to create instability in communities; have authorised damaging technology to be installed exposing people and children to damaging health effects; have continually failed to fulfil election promises; have made legislations to criminalise people who are doing no harm; have began to control speech via hate speech laws; have began a programme of cancelling / censoring / banning those who disagree with government narratives and have created laws for the express purpose of oppressing and stealing off the working class; have ensured the continued funding of many labs investigating and developing viruses, bacteria and pathogens for some purpose, which have already been the causes of many deadly outbreaks; have continued to fund brutal dictators and sell weapons that oppress and kill millions in international countries; have continued to sell the idea of ‘green technology’, which causes more damage to the environment (pollution) during the manufacturing process than existing technology does throughout it’s lifetime; have continued to give themselves increased job perks and pay rises whilst making legislations which reduce the wealth of the majority in real terms – and in 2020 created legislations to have one of the worst food standard in Europe which coincide with numerous product recalls due to health issues in major supermarkets; and continue to use propaganda to scare and coerce people to hand over more in taxation and freedoms; and much, much more.

They have done all this whilst still presenting a liberal and caring attitude, equivalent to condescension, and used patriotism to persuade society to support them and their legislations – education, media and expensive PR companies have been instrumental and exceptionally successful in selling this concept to society. People have been conditioned not to question anything presented in the news or via political press conferences; and crises are further used to not only distract people but to further increase the power, wealth and influence of central government (with it the global elite and corporate businesses); and to make people believe that more oppression (e.g. more legislation, cancel culture (fascism), control of speech (fascism), Coronavirus Act, etc.) is for the greater good. In essence, for the last 40 years or so, mainstream party governments have orchestrated the greatest ever conditioning of society that there has ever been and invested considerable tax payer money to reduce the intelligence of society so much so many follow government instructions without question or thinking for themselves. This has increased the vast numbers of people who appear to be under some sort of spell (absolute faith in government), meek and sheep-like, sleepwalking into whatever disaster comes next, never questioning, always following and celebrating more oppression and rising fascism; waiting for their next instruction / command from government and behave aggressively to others who have thought for themselves and questioned government narratives (or left-wing ideology) or found them to be corrupt – to the degree that science, data and evidence is dismissed if it is contrary to government narratives. So powerful is the conditioning of people that for many even a moment of lucidness that makes them question authority / government narratives, continued exposure to media quickly reorientates them back to said narratives. To the extent, the idea of democracy (people have little to no idea what they are voting for or the ramification of such choices as people follow media, traditional family voting patterns passed through generations, and propaganda) or parliamentary democracy (MPs and Lords are easily lobbied (bribed) to vote in favour of lobbyists interests or to further their own career prospects) which works in the majorities interest is a mere illusion, but, is continually promoted by media and political propaganda. The situation is comparable to a political pantomime where no-one in government takes responsibility and always points the finger to others, who then point the finger back; then a change of leaders, which is then promoted in media, and all is forgiven – the cycle continues.

Successive governments have managed to acquire considerable power, placed society in danger by their own actions, remove the freedoms and privacy of people under the guise of safety and security and protection of minority groups; and even terrorised their own citizens. Strangely, people continue to vote for more of it under the illusion that voting for something different is a wasted vote. Society appears to be addicted to being lied to, deceived and betrayed by those political parties they vote for, but, completely numb to the reality of the damage to societal health and what lives their children are going to live; and happy to live in the illusion / delusion presented by media and the distractions technology promotes. Then 2019/20 came around and leaders in governments, instead of leading by example and fulfilling their responsibility to the British people, decided that money and political ideology was more important than people’s freedom, health and privacy.

Some time (decades) before 2020, the global elites with the United Nations realised their decisions to open borders and allow mass immigration (with it birth rates), promotion of ‘throw-away’ culture (i.e. consumerism), and increased use of fossil fuels has negative consequences not only to quality of life, available resources and the environment, but, it also accelerated the collapse of the current fractional reserve banking system – ‘the Boom and Bust’ cycle became shorter and every countries debt figures became unmanageable (debt figures in £Trillions). Without public knowledge they discussed, with corporate businesses and the World Bank, how to resolve the situation before they themselves lost their wealth. They came up with ‘The Great Reset’ which encompasses another idea generated from decades of lobbying by GAVI and the Gates foundation – the Roadmap on Vaccinations (RoV) project and with it the ‘LockStep’ scenario, which concentrates of philanthropy opportunities in a pandemic situation. The leaders decided before the banking system collapses and resources ran dry they are going to instigate the greatest ever power and wealth grab ever attempted. They updated the RoV project in Q3 of 2019, when several countries expected high mortality rates in 2020 (and when UN member governments agreed to work together to counter vaccine hesitancy within the next few years), and in March 2020, CoVid-19 (a virus arrived, conveniently, at the same time to help achieve project goals!?) along with vaccinations and 5G (irrespective of safety concerns from 1000s of experts) became an integral part of ‘The Great Reset’ project.

The UK government signed up-to both projects several years before CoVid-19 became public knowledge. Meaning that they had already agreed for society/ies to be forced to use a health passport, already agreed to restrict the freedoms of people without a vaccine register, already agreed to help all UN member nations counter vaccine hesitancy, already agreed to reset the financial economy by destroying the existing one by debt and ruined businesses, and agreed to ensure all power is directed centrally to national government (thus, the global elite); and already agreed to coerce people to accept the idea of owning no property; and already agreed to promote virtual currency over physical, which banks have been pushing for since the dawn of bank cards which will allow full control of people at a touch of a button and allow banks to commit mass fraud at will. Their relationship with media companies ensured they could terrorise people with the threat of a deadly virus by spreading fear throughout societies (as per government funded (Sage’s) research into psychological techniques for behavioural change of people in society). Knowing that most were already conditioned to believe in authority and mainstream news, repeating the same danger message throughout all UN countries was all that was needed to bring the majority under control, hence countering vaccine hesitancy, and for society to be obedient to government orders – society/ies became primed for ‘The Great Reset’. The leaders in government even bribed back-bench MP’s during ‘lockdown’ periods and gave themselves a pay-rise when millions lost their jobs. Government created their own ‘made-up predictive’ data, presented it on graphs (knowing that the vast majority would not understand what was being presented), used the police force as hired mercenaries to enforce their legislations (punished and threatened people’s freedom) and even persuaded people to ‘tell on others’ (akin to what occurred in NAZI Germany). Even to the extent of ignoring decades of research, coerced people to wear face-masks with the threat of punishment and quarantined 100s-of-millions of perfectly healthy people who are in no danger whatsoever from this new flu virus of CoVid-19, which has been traced to a funded lab, i.e. human designed; were shareholders have relationships to those who stand to financially benefit from regular vaccine roll-out.

Governments used every trick in the book to presented propaganda, fake science and data, along with emotionally touching interviews on mainstream media and patriotism regarding the NHS – all to make the premise of ‘one of the world’s deadliest viruses’ seem legitimate and real – even corrupting the data collection process to favour CoVid-19 on death certificates; using PCR tests that are not diagnostic tests and have a high ratio of false positives; broadcasting ‘the NHS is overwhelmed’ when most hospitals were quieter than normal; and informing the public that everyone at all ages are in danger. The vast majority of UN member countries governments all worked for the same goal. At the time of writing this introduction (30/12/20), many politicians, consultants, doctors, government scientists, and Big Pharma representatives have already made £Billions from the manufactured crisis of CoVid-19 and will make considerably more. (All UN member countries governments are irresponsibly spending tax payer money beyond reproach and increasing debt figures into the higher £Trillions. Before 2020 they had no money to help people in desperate need, now, governments are handing over £Billions to their acquaintances and using CoVid-19 to justify the deal – they are consciously crashing / destroying their own economies.) The majority in society having been conditioned to believe and have faith in authority and with the increased laziness listened only to mainstream media and did not check the data from other sources; as a result began to self harm, volunteer to be tested upon with vaccines and ignore those who realised the danger, for the most part (for the overwhelming majority of people), was not real. Those who did not comply with government instructions was demonised, ignored, threatened, and some beaten, by authorities.

Concurrently, many elderly people have died alone in care homes thinking their family do not care about them; many people died during the year with incorrect cause of death written on death certificates; many people have committed suicide as a direct result of government legislation; many people have been beaten, arrested and fined for walking, jogging, protesting, having a private party or sunbathing in parks; many elderly people suffered, collapsed in the street and died of pneumonia (being reported as CoVid) due oxygen deprivation and breathing in high doses of bacteria as a direct result of wearing face-masks that does not protect against respiratory infections, such as CoVid-19. (Unfortunately, the health issues from face-masks will not become fully apparent until years from now when many will suffer from dementia type illnesses as a direct result of oxygen deprivation to the brain, which cannot be repaired.) Governments and all medical experts are all aware of the health implications of wearing masks frequently and for prolonged periods of time; some who spoke out have been censored and removed from their positions during the crisis. Children have been used to increase the fear by testing them in schools and conditioning them to a lifetime of regular tests and vaccines even though the virus is of zero risk to them; many businesses have gone and people have lost everything, their savings, all their assets, and some, their family as a direct result of additional pressures caused by government decisions. And towards the end of the year and in 2021 it became unclear whether CoVid-19 was still the ‘problem’ or the many other coronavirus strains the governments were using to justify lock-downs of society.

In 2020, our mainstream party Government(s) (all mainstream parties, as they are funded by the people directly profiting from the CoVid-19 crisis and most MPs did not go against their party leaders or the hand that ‘bribes’ them), all betrayed the memory of those who fought and died for our freedom; who fought and died for our liberty. The world bank, the IMF, international organisations (i.e. UN), big corporate businesses, big pharma, and internet giants all decided that freedom of speech, our freedoms, our health, our privacy, and our democracy is no longer ours and we all need to be used for their profit and continued existence to the extent that even the president of the USA (one of the few leaders who resisted ‘The Great Reset’) was blocked from social media and had to deal with a 2nd impeachment many celebrated Trump being cancelled (i.e. fascism) without knowing the reasons why it seemed a ‘victory’, but, media informed them ‘orange man bad’. (Many people in society do not want to find out the truth or what the actual reality / truth is, they just want to be told what to believe in, how to behave, what to fear, who and what to hate via repeated political and media broadcasts. Life appears easier to join the pack mentality, i.e. jump-on-the-band-wagon, rather than thinking for one’s self and find out the truth; but this is not freedom and is destined to bring misery and suffering for generations to come.) Government(s) sold us all out for their own financial and political goals – they have committed the ultimate betrayal. They have decided that people in society are disposable assets to be used for their financial and political gain and a large majority in society obeyed, complied, subjugated themselves, freely gave themselves to be tested upon with vaccines, and self-harmed with face-masks, all without questioning motives, the science or why governments spread so much (fake) fear into society without merit. Some even allowed their own children to be conditioned into a ‘new normal’, celebrated punishment of others who defended their right for freedom and those attempting to counter government narratives; ‘thinking for themselves’ was not even up for consideration.

Successive MSP governments spent decades financially benefiting from cheap labour due to uncontrolled immigration, which has diluted British culture, created conflict, separation and lower QoL. They have spent decades slowly privatising and making less efficient NHS services so their lobbyists friends can financially benefit. They have spent decades altering the education system in an attempt to produce people smart enough to run the machines and fill-out the paperwork but not not smart enough to realise how much they are being ‘screwed’ or to question authority. They have spent decades ensuring power is diverted to them under the guise of safety and security, even creating worldwide conflict to justify such acts. In 2020, they decided that people in society should be terrorised by a virus to achieve project goals, should now be monitored and controlled – be exposed to harmful technology to achieve this goal, and only behave in a manner determined by them with the threat of further restrictions on freedom. The global elites, along with the UK government, have determined that freedom, privacy and self-determination is no longer applicable to the majority and only for those with substantial wealth and ‘power’. They have decided to begin the project to remove any form of ownership for the majority; they have decided not to hide their claim of ownership of our very lives.

Left- or right-wing central governments always start off with the best intentions but as they acquire more power, via legislations, they always end up turning into something similar a fascist despot authoritarian dictatorship. The outcome of supporting the creation of many unnecessary and arguably ‘fascist’ laws (more legislations and greater centralised power) and not questioning global agendas is destined to bring misfortune and suffering to British people. In 2020, we all experienced the rise of fascism again under the guise of a deadly virus; and this is why power needs to be diluted permanently from those who have the privilege to serve their country in government. This is why this constitution is necessary! Centralised power and government only works if the people representing it cannot be corrupted. Unfortunately, centralised control always corrupts and without proper legal controls will always lead to the minority in government terrorising the majority; using media outlets and education to sell it as safety and security to further their own power and wealth interests. Not only will this constitution make it a legal requirement to immediately reverse the insidious and psychotic agreements made by MSP governments regarding ‘The Great Reset’, but, will ensure the damage caused by decades of mis-education and conditioning, along with societal problems that have been decades in the making, will not be ignored any further and will start to be reversed. It will also re-balance power between people and government; and bring in more controls for corporate businesses and banks who currently control politician’s actions. The tools available to central government will be diluted and given to people, meaning the police will no longer take orders or ethics, or lack thereof, from centralised government, nonetheless, will behave in a manner determined by people, for the people, not government. The court system will be completely separate from government control and one of the important aspects would be to ensure freedom and liberty is not sacrificed for political or business agendas. This constitution will also ensure politicians who betray their oath to govern for the people will be swiftly removed and any legal repercussions given swiftly.

This constitution will limit the reach of central government and ensure government does not have more power than the people, nor will government be able to force societal changes it has done in the past. We need this constitution to protect our individuality, our freedom, our self-determination, our future prosperity and our safety and security from those seeking to use us as disposable assets, much like they have been doing for generations with the pinnacle being the manufactured crisis of CoVid-19. Moreover, this constitution will ensure people, for generations to come, will have the learned ability to question everything, especially information from government, and think for themselves.


The CoVid crisis demonstrated that there are people in positions of office, management, police and health service who simply should not be their. The manner in the way people have been treated and deceived by those in these positions should not be forgotten or be allowed to continue. This constitution shall coincide with a period were those responsible for spreading fear and assaulting people will be removed from their current job roles and the law will be used to bring any criminal convictions, if reasonable.

Any police officer and any legal representative (i.e. judges) who issued fines, arrested, assaulted or took part in holding people in jail cells for a period of time and/or in reputation destruction of individuals during the CoVid-19 crisis for fighting for their inalienable right to freedom will be immediately removed from their position and any legal discourse sought for victims of their abuse of powers. Any council manager, mayor or police management involved in giving orders to this extent will be immediately removed and no longer be able to hold any public office or be in a position of decision in the future.

Any and all NHS management who wrongly issued false statements about the status of their hospitals to increase fear in society will be immediately removed from their positions. Those who cancelled much needed vital medical care when their hospitals were quiet, thus, increased the suffering of people and gave people death sentences will face severe legal ramifications that the law permits. There will be legal investigations, possible leading to criminal prosecutions, into those responsible for issuing instructions to hospitals to bypass normal procedures and as instructed by the British Medical Association (BMA) – ‘without diagnostic proof, and to avoid delay, if test results have not been received, it would be satisfactory to give CoVid-19 as the cause of Death’. The medical experts, health managers and Ministers involved in ‘skewing’ the reality of CoVid-19 deaths in all cases including media broadcasts, and arguably spreading fear through society, shall be removed from their positions and not allowed to practice medicine again in the UK. Those responsible for transferring suspected CoVid-19 patients into care-homes where the most vulnerable live will face legal prosecutions possibly leading to criminal charges.

Treatments consisting of Vitamin D and Ivermectin, and many others already in existence for many years, which have proven very successful in independent trials to ‘practically obliterate’ CoVid-19 (along with generally being successful anti-viral treatments) was completely dismissed by government (and delayed for approval by authorities) due to political and financial agendas involving completion of the UN RoV Project. There will be full independent investigations followed by possible criminal investigations into the handling of the CoVid-19 pandemic to favour new expensive, dangerous and profitable vaccinations above other readily available, cheap and successful treatments. We must never again choose profits, political and business interests above people’s lives. Those responsible for giving emergency certification for the vaccines will be temporarily suspended from their positions pending investigations of what safety aspects were missed, the potential harm it could cause recipients of the vaccine in the future, cause of deaths, and any long term implications. The outcome of which may lead to legal prosecutions.

Full investigations as to why decades of research were ignored and strategies which are not supported by science and warnings against using was chosen (e.g. quarantining perfectly healthy people, face-masks, PCR tests being used as diagnostic tests, etc.). These investigations may lead to criminal charges for all those involved. Sage, SPI-B, NERVTAG, SPI-M who concentrated on providing UK government strategies to psychologically manipulate behavioural changes in society, moreover to increase fear in society for compliance, will no longer be associated with providing government or academia with valid research; they will be classed as ‘none legitimate sources for information or science’.

Those responsible for blocking Freedom of Information requests during the CoVid-19 crisis will be removed from their roles. The financials of Ministers, MPs, their friends and family and the people who were awarded contracts during the crisis along with their relationships to the RoV and Great Reset projects will be investigated. The outcome of which may lead to legal prosecutions and reimbursement of funds from those who have wrongly profited from the crisis.

Time to let a BRITISH CONSTITUTION protect our freedom, self-determination & governance.


In an ideal world this constitution or any unwritten constitution is unnecessary as no group of people should have the power to forceably coerce or impact other people’s life, but, we live in an imperfect world. This imperfect world has given rise to powerful, wealthy, influential people who want to shape the world irrespective of consequences to human, environmental or economic life. Until this power can be diluted and until government can be trusted and is known to be incorruptible, a constitution is needed to constrain the powers of those few people the majority have entrusted to govern in their interests.

This constitution is for the express purpose of protecting the majority and the nation from abuses of power from those the majority elect into power. This constitution will be the overarching document to ensure strength to freedom, strength to democracy and significantly reduce corruption and fraud orchestrated by those who have the privilege of being in government.

  • United Kingdom and Britain and the Nation shall be used interchangeably within this constitution.


We the people of the Britain, in order for a more perfect Union, establish the strength of freedom and free-will, insure domestic tranquillity, provide for the common defence, promote strength of the mind, and secure ourselves the liberty and prosperity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for Britain.

By virtue of these principles and that of the self-determination of people, this Constitution of Britain, once placing into Law, shall provide the guiding precept for the United Kingdom and can only be amended by public referendum. The two Houses of government, nor any Court, shall not have the power once this constitution becomes Law to overrule or amend this constitution for the people.

The people of Britain shall ensure sovereignty, liberty, privacy, equality and freedom is protected and defended by virtue of this constitution.


The national emblem shall be that of the Union Jack to represent all the countries of the United Kingdom. Each country of the Union shall have their own unique emblem.

The principles of the United Kingdom shall be: government of the people, to defend and protect freedom of the people, by the people and for the benefit of the people.

National sovereignty shall vest in the people, who shall exercise it through their representative, by means of referendum and by holding their representative to account.

Suffrage may be direct or indirect as provided for by the Constitution. It shall always be universal, equal and secret. Political parties and groups shall contribute to the exercise of suffrage. They shall be formed and carry on their activities freely so long as their activities do not contradict the principles set forth in this constitution. They shall respect the precept of national sovereignty, traditional British Culture, democracy, and ensure power belongs with the people of Britain. They shall respect the principles of national sovereignty, freedom, privacy and democracy. They shall contribute to the implementation of the principles set out in preamble A and B of this constitution.

Statutes shall guarantee the expression of diverse opinions and the equitable participation of political parties, people and groups in the democratic life of the Nation. This democratic life shall be governed by data, evidence and science (not pseudo-science, anecdotal evidence or government generated data, predicted or otherwise by mathematical algorithms) produced by fully independent agencies and / or researchers.

The government shall be the administrators of the Nation. They shall determine and conduct the policy of the Nation, chosen by the people and agreed upon by the people of the Nation.

The government shall have at it’s disposal certain departments of the civil service and the armed forces. The people of the Nation shall have at their disposal the police service and the civil service.

The police shall be independent of any government agency and be held to account by the people of the respected county. The police’s prime objective shall be to defend and protect the public, freedom and democracy, and adhere to the principles written in this constitution. The Police’s secondary objective is to implement the law set forth by the normal democratic process so far as to strengthen and follow the statutes in this constitution.

The police shall not have the power to issue fines and only permitted to interfere in normal daily life of people in the nation on evidence of a serious indictable offence.

Representatives of Authority have the right to question their orders in an official capacity without rebuke. These questions will be publicly presented and debated in the two Houses of government for amendments to the Code of Practices and Law. The representatives (police) will have the responsibility to use their own judgement in their daily job activities. There will be no pressure given by government to meet targets not associated with indictable offences.

The armed forces shall be utilised to protect and defend the sovereignty of Britain and it’s people. The armed forces shall not be used for commercial or corporate interests, nor will be seconded for military action in foreign countries as part of a coalition, with the exception of environmental or extreme loss of life emergencies. The participation in military action shall be voluntarily and without coercion. The heads of the armed forces shall work with the two Houses of government to ensure Britain is defended and protected from national and international threats.

The government shall be accountable to parliament in accordance with the terms and procedures set out in Articles a and b below.

Article a

The Prime Minister shall ensure respect for the constitution, he/she shall secure, by arbitration, the appropriate and correct functioning of the public representatives / authorities and the continuity of the State.

The Prime Minister, after deliberation by cabinet, parliament and the 2nd chamber, may make the government’s programme or possibly a general policy statement an issue of a vote of confidence before a televised parliamentary vote.

Parliament and people of the nation may call cabinet to account by passing a resolution of no-confidence. Such a resolution shall not be admissible unless it is signed by at least one tenth of the Members of Parliament or by at least 10% of the Nation’s population.

Article b

When Parliament or the people passes a resolution of no-confidence, or when it fails to endorse the government programme or general policy statement, the Prime Minister shall tender the resignation of the government to Parliament.

The government may, before either House, upon its own initiative, or upon the request of a parliamentary group, make a declaration on a given subject, which leads to a debate and, if it so desires, gives rise to a vote without making it an issue of confidence.

Political party members in government who are found to be in violation of Article I, moreover activities relating to principles of sovereignty, freedom, privacy and democracy, shall immediately be removed from either House (see Article II) and not permitted to stand for public office again.


Section1: Government under Parliament

Government shall be elected with binding manifestos or mandates. The manifesto or mandate shall be the defining document which guides decisions of government. These documents shall be fully compatible with this constitution; political parties who produce manifestos or mandates in violation of Article I will not be permitted to run in elections. If, during the term of government, a threat to the Nation occurs, government is required to act to protect and defend the Nation and the people within it, but, decisions made must be within the confines of this constitution; this exemption is the only excuse for delaying strategies to satisfy manifesto and/or election promises.

All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a parliament of Britain, which shall consist of the House of Commons, a second chamber to question government actions and an independent judicial court answerable to people, which can overrule government rules / legislations (even primary legislations) if found to be against the best interests of the people in the country.

Membership of government (or any of the Houses) shall be incompatible with the holding of any parliamentary office, any position of professional representation at national level, any public employment or any professional activity. Any member found to be holding any of these additional offices or employment shall be replaced. The replacement of Members of any House shall take place in accordance with normal institutional rules and procedures.

The Prime Minister shall be the guarantor of national independence, territorial integrity and due respect for treaties that favour the majority in the Nation.

The Prime Minister shall direct the actions of government. He / she shall be responsible for national defence. He / she shall ensure the implementation of legislation. He / she may delegate some of his powers to Ministers and be permitted to deputise.

Instruments of the Prime Minister shall be countersigned, where required, by the ministers responsible for their implementation. These instruments or secondary legislations shall not contradict this constitution or impact freedoms of the people of Britain.

Any member of government (including the two Houses) shall have no privilege in the eyes of the law. They will be prosecuted, investigated, arrested, detained or tried if found to be in violation of this constitution or any inferior Laws. If a member is being questioned or arrested, the member will be suspended from duties for the duration of the investigation, if found guilty will be removed from their position with immediate effect. Any convicted member will not be permitted to stand for public office again.

The House of Commons, the Second Chamber and the Judicial Court must be separate and independent bodies and ensure separation of powers. Any known breach of this constitutional statute will shut government down until legal investigations has been concluded. Any relationships found that could damage the integrity of the democratic process shall be resolved before normal business resumes. The people of the Nation will incur the right to hold to account the persons in these chambers for any abuse of power and potential influence to support bills.

Section 2: The Second Chamber (House)

The second chamber shall replace the current House of Lords. It shall be comprised of independent members from relevant backgrounds chosen every second year by the people of Britain. Candidates for the second chamber will not be selected by political parties and shall posses decisions making capability and skills necessary to bring accountability to parliamentary functions. Candidates shall be shortlisted by independent groups (not known to members of the House of Commons) from backgrounds such as: charities, environmental protection, mental & physical health services, education, independent financial consultants, business owners (preferably from small to middle size businesses, IT experts, engineers); and include those selected by the people of the Nation. The people of Britain will then vote on the shortlist.

No member of the second chamber shall have relationships with any member of the House of Commons or be permitted to sit in the chamber if there is any vested interest in the bills being debated. As a result, members of the second chamber shall agree to regular background checks, completed by independent agencies, to ensure decision making tasks have not been compromised by member interests.

The second chamber shall be called upon when necessary and as such members shall only be compensated for their time and expenses; there shall be no additional financial benefits. Special working privileges and compensation for employers shall be available if a member is called upon to attend for emergency debates / votes. Working for the benefit of the Union shall be the driving force for members.

No persons shall be a member who shall not have attained to the age of 25 years. Members must have been a citizen of Britain for at leat 10 years and not committed any crime during this period. The second chamber shall choose their speaker and other officers via ballet.

Section 3: The Houses of Commons

The Houses of Commons (Parliament) shall compose of one member of parliament from each constituency, chosen by the legislature thereof, for a term determined by people of the respective constituency; and each member shall have one vote. The standard term shall be 5 years, but, each member of parliament shall be answerable to his / her constituency during this period. Under exceptional circumstances, people from other constituencies shall also have a voice if a member is found to be working against the best interests of the people of Britain.

No person shall be a member of the House of Commons who shall not have attained the age of 25years, and been a citizen of Britain for at least 10 years; and who shall not, when elected, be a resident of that constituency or an adjacent constituency for which he / she shall be chosen.

The House of Commons shall choose their own officers and speaker, which posts are subject to change by ballet.

Members of the House of Commons shall be paid a salary and be permitted to claim expenses for essential items and expenses whilst on government business. The government shall provide each member with suitable accommodation in and around the city when in Westminster on political business; however, no second home or additional allowances shall be permitted.

The House of Commons can not create statutory legislations that will negatively impact people’s freedom, livelihoods or health; or be in violation of Article I of this constitution. Legislations regarding these must go through correct democratic processes, even in ‘States of Emergency’ freedom must not be sacrificed for the needs of the state.

Parliament shall pass statutes and monitor the actions of the government. It shall assess public policies and act in accordance with the precepts of this constitution.

Section 4: Judicial Court

The Judicial review process is to allow individuals or groups to challenge the decision making processes and legislations made by the two Houses of parliament. If the House of Commons and the Second Chamber have failed to keep each other in ‘check’ and ensured ‘abuse of power’ has not occurred, the judicial court can be used to challenge all decisions and legislations made by the Houses.

The judicial review process shall be available to everyone except members of both Houses. If members of the Houses have issues relating to executive decisions made, it is up-to them to convince people in their constituency and the Nation to raise legitimate concerns. (The judicial review will not to be used for politicians to ‘score points’ against other parties.) The review process must have access to all data, evidence and science from all parties and all arguments. If any evidence, data and science has been held back to favour government agendas, the guilty members shall be found to be in violation of Article I.

Neither House shall be involved in appointment of judges; and no judge assigned to cases shall have previous relationships with members from either House. If it is found relationships have existed, the rulings of the court, by law, shall be annulled automatically and the process shall repeat with greater scrutiny by independent chairs.

The judicial review shall have the power to challenge all legislations (primary and secondary). The courts will have the privilege of overruling all secondary legislations (statutory instruments) if the evidence and data submitted to the court justifies such decision. The courts will have the power to order parliament to reassess all relevant primary legislations and to recall parliament to debate relevant bills if evidence and data suggest that the freedom, livelihoods and health of people of Britain is being negatively impacted by the legislations in place, i.e. in violation of Article I.

Section 5: Elections

The times, places and manner of holding elections for the second chamber and the house of commons, shall be prescribed in each Union country by the legislature thereof; but Parliament and the people of Britain may at any time by majority of vote (people of Britain) or law make or alter such regulations, except as to the places of choosing members of Parliament (House of Commons).

During public elections, all political parties must provide a legally binding manifestos and the Electoral Commission must provide people of the Nation with independent analysis and evaluation of manifesto promises and how this relates to societal health, the economy and impacts to privacy and freedoms. The Electoral Commission will also make available to the Nation any performance related data and historical data with respect to political parties whom have previously been voted into government since the end of WWII.

To vote in elections, people must be able to answer simple questions relating to the individual, the party they wish to vote for and the manifesto promises along with relevant analysis provided by the Electoral Commission. People must have knowledge of previous failings, successes and behaviour of both the individual (in office) and the political party in government being voted for. If people cannot correctly answer a small predetermined number of questions (chosen and randomly selected by the Electoral Commission at the voting booth) relating to the party / individual and the respective parties manifesto they will be unable to certify their vote with knowledge of what they are voting for and will be asked to further read and research the candidate and the party they wish to vote for to enable them to vote.

Upon calls of election fraud, the evidence from all stakeholders, including from the peoples of the Nation, must be collected and given to an impartial and independent judicial court. Both of the Houses of Parliament shall have no legislative or privilege power to decide on the outcome. The Judicial court shall investigate the evidence of election fraud, determine how and why it has occurred and any guilty parties shall face the court for legal prosecutions. If a political party has been found to consciously attempt to ‘steal’ the election by violating the ideals of democracy, the party leaders shall be in violation of Article I and no longer able to partake in elections for at least two terms. Likewise, if a party calls for investigations of election fraud without any meaningful evidence, the party leaders will stand down from their positions and no longer take part in elections for at least two terms. Both circumstances will incur heavy fines and possible expulsion from holding office in the future. In the first case, the votes for the respective constituencies, shall be recounted with greater scrutiny.

Section 6: Powers and Duties of Parliament

The House of Commons and the Second Chamber shall be the judge of the Elections, Returns and Qualifications of it’s own members, and a majority of each shall constitute a quorum (gathering) to do business. A smaller number may adjourn from day to day, and may authorise to compel attendance, either in person of via video link, of absent members, in such a manner, to ensure member’s responsibilities to their constituency and the people of Britain.

There will be no Cabinet member appointed that has not been elected by the people of Britain. Any advisors to parliament shall go through rigorous independent expert assessment to determine suitability of their position – there shall be no repeat of the 2008 and 2020 banking crises nor the H1N1, Swine Flu, or CoVid-19 crisis. All Houses shall ensure failure is not awarded and repeat failures shall incur automatic judicial review upon concerns from British Citizens.

Each House may determine the rules of its proceedings, punish members for disorderly conduct, and, with the concurrence of two thirds and with agreement from majority vote from respective constituency, expel a member.

Each member of both Houses and Judges have a responsibility and duty to conduct themselves and government business in an honourable, responsible and honest manner. Those found to be lying, deceiving and betraying their oath to govern for the people of the Nation, will be in violation of Article I.

Each House shall keep a journal of its proceedings and from time to time publish the same, excepting such parts as may in their judgement (and for national security reasons) require secrecy; and the ‘yeas’ and ‘nays’ of the members of either House on any question shall be entered on the journal for public release.

Section 7: Rights and Disabilities of Members

Members of Parliament shall receive compensation for their services, to be ascertained by law, and paid out by the treasury. They shall in all cases be subject to the same laws, expectations, constraints and privileges as everyone else in the Union. There will be no privilege from arrest from police investigations during their attendance at the session of their respective Houses and for any speech or debate in either house.

No member of either House shall, during the time for which he / she was elected, be appointed to any civil office under the authority of the United Kingdom.

No member of either House shall, during the time which he / she was elected, be appointed to any private office, directorship or consultancy.

No member of any House or any political party in government or public officer shall, during the time in office, accept bribes or permit any financial lobbying. Any party or public official found to be in breach of this statute will be found to be in violation of Article I.

Section 8: Legislative Process

All Bills for raising revenue shall originate in the Houses of Commons, but the 2nd Chamber and the public by majority vote may propose or concur with Amendments as on other Bills.

Every Bill which shall have passed the House of Commons, the 2nd Chamber and the public vote, shall, before it becomes a Law, be presented to the Prime Minister; If he/she approve he/she shall sign it, but if not he/she shall return it, with his/her Objections to that House in which it shall have originated, who shall enter the Objections at large on their Journal, and proceed to reconsider it. If after such Reconsideration two thirds of that House shall agree to pass the Bill, it shall be sent, together with the Objections, to the other House, by which it shall likewise be reconsidered, and if approved by two thirds of that House, it shall become a Law with noted objections from the Prime Minister. But in all such Cases the Votes of both Houses shall be determined by ‘Yeas’ and ‘Nays’, and the Names of the Persons voting for and against the Bill shall be entered on the Journal of each House respectively. If any Bill shall not be returned by the Prime Minister within ten Days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the Bill shall take precedence in Prime Minister’s questions within the House of Commons.

Every Bill, Resolution, or Vote to which the Concurrence of both Houses may be necessary (except on a question of Adjournment) shall be presented to the Prime Minister; and before the same shall take Effect, shall be approved by him/her, or being disapproved by him/her, shall be re-passed by two thirds of each of the houses, according to the Rules and Limitations prescribed in the Case of a Bill. The public vote of the Bill shall be considered along with any objection from the Prime Minister. The law pertaining to the Bill is questioned, the noted objections shall be summarised within the court process.

Section 9: Powers of Parliament

The Houses of Commons shall have the power to provide the common defence and general welfare of the United Kingdom.

To borrow money on the credit of the United Kingdom with oversight from independent monitoring agencies.

To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, but, not to impose unnecessary bureaucracy or costs to businesses.

To coin money which must have real equity value and regulate the value thereof, and of foreign currency, and fix the standard of weights and measures.

To uniform Laws of the subjects of Bankruptcies throughout the United Kingdom.

To provide for the punishment of counterfeiting the securities and current coin of the United Kingdom.

To promote the progress of Science and useful Arts and innovation for the progress of humanity and protection of the environment and with it nature.

To constitute and promote equal and fair court systems, but, to remain separate from all court systems.

To declare War specifically for the protection and defence of the United Kingdom.

To raise and support armies, but no appropriation of money to feed the defence industry for profit acquisition.

To work collaboratively with independent agencies to make rules for government and regulation of the land and naval forces.

To make Laws, upon agreement by the people of the Nation and both Houses, which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers, and all other powers vested by the constitution in the government of the United Kingdom or in any Department of office thereof.

It shall be accountable to parliament in accordance with the terms and procedures in Section 9-1 and 9-2

Section 9-1

The Prime Minister, after deliberation by the two Houses of government, may make the government programme or possibility of a general policy statement an issue of a vote of confidence before parliament.

The Houses of the people of Britain may call the government to account by passing a resolution of no-confidence. No member shall sign more than three resolutions of no-confidence during a single ordinary session and no more than one during a single extraordinary session.

The Prime Minister may, after deliberation by the two Houses of government, make the passing of a finance bill or social security financing bill an issue of a vote of confidence before parliament. In that event, the Bill shall be considered passed unless a resolution of no-confidence is tabled within twenty-four hours. The Prime Minister may use the said procedure for one other government or Private member Bill per session.

Section 9-2

When Parliament passes a resolution of no-confidence, or when it fails to endorse the government programme or general policy statement, the Prime Minister shall tender the resignation of the government.

Section 10: Powers denied to Parliament

The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus (the legality of any persons detention) shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it.

No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed.

No Capitation, or other direct, Tax shall be laid, unless in Proportion to the Census or Enumeration herein before directed to be taken.

No legislation which hinders the freedom and privacy of British people shall be granted, unless by agreement of the overwhelming majority of people in the Nation.

No Martial Law shall be permitted in any circumstances. People of Britain must be free to choose their own courses of action, unless such person(s) are infectious with a real identifiable deadly infection. Parliament’s powers are constraint to advising people of Britain what the correct course of action should be; Parliament has no power to coercively force people to act in a certain demeanour determined by the few in government.

In times when government has been found to have misled, committed fraud / corruption or failed to fulfil their responsibilities in office; there shall be no facility for them to investigate themselves or for them to organise a committee to do the same. All investigation will be independent and conducted by people who have no relationship to any representative of either House. Commencement of these investigations will be authorised by the Supreme Court.

No Money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by Law; and a regular Statement and Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of all public Money shall be published from time to time.

No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United Kingdom: And no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without the Consent of the House of Commons, accept of any present, Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Queen, Prince, or foreign State.



The executive power shall be vested in the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom but only in states of emergency which shall have substantial evidence, data and science to support the claim. Executive power can be used to bring this constitution in Law upon a majority vote by peoples of the Nation. This executive power shall only be permitted once.

When the Union territories, integrity of the nation or fulfilment of it’s international commitments are under serious and immediate threats, and where the proper functioning of the constitutional public authorities is interrupted, the Prime Minister shall have the vested power to take measures required by these circumstances after consultation with relevant public authorities or armed forces.

The Prime Minister shall address the Nation and inform it of such measures and release data, evidence and science that does not weaken national security to the nation.

During this time of emergency, independent monitoring agencies, the two Houses and the Supreme Court shall ensure public authorities are being utilised to protect and defend the principles of the constitution and not for any nefarious means or political agenda that is contradictory to the responsibility of office.

Parliament will not be dissolved during the exercise of such emergency powers; parliament will sit daily to monitor and debate the actions taken. People of the nation shall have every right to provide their own certified data, evidence and science to their representative, who shall be obliged to present it to independent monitoring agencies and through parliamentary debates.

After 30 days of the exercise of such emergency powers, the matter will be referred to the normal democratic process to ensure power is not being abused. All data and evidence for the total period shall be assessed and analysed by the independent monitoring agencies who shall present their findings in a televised and publicly available presentation in parliament through their spokesperson.

The Prime Minister shall hold his office during the term of 5 years (by default), and, together with the Deputy Prime Minister, chosen for the same term, be elected, as follows:

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom shall be elected by an absolute majority of votes cast in a national election.

No one may hold office for more than two consecutive terms, although they can be re-elected to office after a period of one term.

The Prime Minister shall be privileged with the vested power to grant individuals pardons based on new evidence submitted or the severity of the crime.

Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Deputy Prime Minister, the Prime Minister shall nominate a Deputy Prime Minister, who must be a Member of Parliament for the majority Party in Government, who shall take office upon confirmation by a two thirds majority vote of both Houses of parliament.

If, during the term of the elected government, the Prime Minister shall have died, the Deputy Prime Minister shall become Prime Minister. If at this point two thirds of both Houses object, the decisions has to be passed to the people of the Nation to decide. If the people of the Nation by a Majority fails to agree to the new appointment of Prime Minister, a General Election shall be called; the Deputy Prime Minister shall remain in the role of Prime Minister until the outcome of a General election.

Section 2

Prime Minister shall be the commander of the Army and Navy of the United Kingdom, when called into the actual service of the United Kingdom; he/she may require the opinion, in writing, of the principle officer in each of the armed forces, upon any subject relating to the duties of their respective Officers and the status of respective armed forces.

The Prime Minister shall have the power, by and with the advice and consent of both Houses, to make treaties so long as not to be to the detriment of any individual or business in the Nation, provided two thirds of the each House’s present concur; and he/she shall nominate, and by and with the advice and consent of the Houses, shall appoint ambassadors, other ministers, judges, and all other officers of the United Kingdom, whose appointments are not herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be established by Law; but the Houses may by Law vest the appointment of such inferior officers, as they think proper, in the Heads of Department with the backing of appropriate qualification, experience and character. The appointments shall be subject to public assessment and approval.

The Prime Minister shall have the power to fill vacancies that may occur during the recess of parliament, by granting commissions, which shall expire at the end of the next official session.

The Prime Minister from time to time shall give both Houses information of the state of the Union, and recommend to their consideration such measures and he/she shall judge necessary and expedient. The Prime Minister may adjourn both Houses in the case of disagreements between them until the disagreements and subsequent justifications can be heard; and shall receive Ambassadors and other public ministers;

The Prime Minister shall not be permitted to take care of laws without substantial oversight; but can commission all the officers (or be it on a temporary basis on approval) of the United Kingdom.

Section 3

The Prime Minister, Cabinet and Front-Bench MP’s from government shall be suspended on suspicion of Treason, Bribery, Betrayal of Office, Theft, or other crimes. The representatives of government shall have no special privilege in the eyes of the Law.

The Prime Minister, Cabinet and front-bench MPs and all civil officers of the United Kingdom, shall be removed from office on impeachment for, and conviction of Treason, Bribery, betrayal of Office or other high Crimes and Misdemeanours.

Section 4

Whenever the Prime Minister is confronted with a ‘vote of no confidence’ either by the people or by either of the Houses of Parliament and the Speaker is in possession of written evidence or declaration that the Prime Minister is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his/her office, and until he/she transmits to them a written declaration to the contrary, such powers and duties shall be discharged by the Deputy Prime Minister as Acting Prime Minister.

Section 5

The Houses of Parliament and people of the Nation shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.



The judicial Power of the United Kingdom, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts; both Houses may from time to time ordain and establish. The judges, both of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their office so long as their duties are independent of government or private interests, during good behaviour and performance of their duties in fulfilling their responsibilities in Law and to the Nation. The Judges shall receive for their service, a compensation, which shall be determined by the people and shall not diminish during their continuance in office.

Section 2

The judicial Power shall extend to all Cases, in Law and Equity, arising under this Constitution, the Laws of the United Kingdom, and Treaties made, or which shall be made, under their Authority;–to all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls;–to all Cases of admiralty and maritime Jurisdiction. Judicial judgement shall be considered in all Laws made by parliament, both primary and secondary legislations must be allowed to be debated and amended upon public trials.

The Trail of all Crimes, including cases of Impeachment; shall be by Jury; and such Trial shall be held in the local area where the said Crimes shall have been committed; but when not committed within any council area or when the crimes impact many areas nationally or internationally, the Trial shall be at such Place or Places as Parliament may by Law have directed.

Section 3

Treason against the United Kingdom shall be applicable to all persons irrespective of position and office; shall consist of levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, and consciously working against the interests, placing in danger, and impoverishing of the majority in the United Kingdom. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two witnesses to the same overt Act and/or overwhelming evidence is available to support such trails, or on Confession in open court.

The Houses of Parliament along with public input shall have the power to declare the Punishment of Treason, but no attainder of Treason shall work Corruption of Blood, or forfeiture except during the life of the person attained.

Section 4

Each person of the United Kingdom shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of all persons in all Union countries.

Section 5

The Houses of Parliament shall have the power to dispose of and make all needful rules and regulations respecting the territory or their Property belonging to the United Kingdom that is publicly owned; this constitution shall only constrain the changes made for the purpose of gerrymandering and thus ‘rigging’ election results; otherwise nothing in this constitution shall be so construed as to prejudice and Claims of the United Kingdom.

Section 6

The United Kingdom shall guarantee every Union member country, it’s armed forces shall protect each of them against invasion; and on application of the legislature, or of the Executive (when the legislature cannot be convened) against domestic violence.


The Government, whenever two thirds of both Houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose Amendments to this Constitution, or when the Nation proposes changes to the constitution that the House of Commons by two thirds majority agree, which, in either Case, shall be valid to all intents and Purposes, as Part of this Constitution, when ratified by a public referendum.

The proposed changes to the constitution must include detailed reasons why the change is deemed necessary, what the potential implications are to freedom, liberty and privacy and the proposed date of change of the amendment. Any proposed changes and arguments must be publicly broadcast and independent monitoring agencies analysis and evaluation must be included within public documents.

The Supreme Court, upon powers given by this constitution, can revert the changes to the constitution upon significant evidence that the change(s) is detrimental to the freedom of peoples of the Nation and/or the change will divert more power to government at the expense of people(s) of the Nation.


From the time this constitution becomes Law, a period of 6 months from that date, which can be extended by 3 months only by majority vote in the Houses of Commons, shall be used to amend or void all inferior Laws, systems and procedures and create necessary legislations, systems and procedures to give strength to this constitution. After this time period all Laws still not amended to satisfy this constitution shall cease to be Law. All systems and procedures outstanding shall continue to function as normal so long as they are not in violation of this constitution’s statutes.


All Debts contracted and Engagements entered into, before the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be as valid against the United Kingdom under this Constitution; with the exception of the Debts and Engagement undertaken as part of ‘The Great Reset / Agenda 2030’ project and inferior projects relating to these. These Debts and Engagements will be sought from the Members of Government and those who profited from the crisis. All Debts to be paid to Pharmaceutical companies and Banks as a result of the Crisis will not be valid against the United Kingdom.

This Constitution, which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United Kingdom, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in all Union member Countries shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws to the Contrary notwithstanding.

The Members of Parliament and Representatives of any public office shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation to present to peoples of the Nation the truth, not propaganda to satisfy business or political project aims, about the status of National affairs. It is the responsibility of representatives of office to correct any propaganda given through media channels using correct government and public channels.

The Members of Parliament and Representatives before mentioned, and all executive and judicial Officers, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United Kingdom.


The establishment of this constitution shall be sufficient for the administration between each country of the Union, so ratifying the same.

This article is made under the premise that all are born and remain free and equal in rights; have equal opportunities and no-one shall be discriminated against or for.

First Amendment

Parliament shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and petition the government for redress of grievances. There shall be no laws for the express purpose of forceably coercing people to act in certain ways to avoid offending others with different opinions.

Parliament shall protect liberty, property, safety and ensure resistance to oppression. There shall be no interference from religion in the development of the nations governance or law. There shall be no religious based laws once this constitution becomes law.

Parliament shall ensure the Nation will have access to truth, evidence and facts about national affairs, not propaganda, as long as National Security is not placed at risk. Those found infringing this statute will be in violation of Article I.

Second Amendment

A regulated power equilibrium is necessary to the freedom and security of a free country. Parliament has no right to knowingly import dangers and arm those representing authority with defensive tools to create an unequalised power balance through society.

The right of people to defend themselves and keep a defensive tool about their person shall not be infringed. This amendment also includes the right for people to defend themselves against representatives of authority if the representative is proved to be abusing their position of power. There shall be no privilege or an unbalanced equilibrium in society in Law.

Third Amendment

The principles of any sovereignty lies primarily in the Nation, it’s constitution and democratic process. No corporate body or institution, and no individual may exercise any authority that does not expressly emanate from it.

There shall be no system whereby those in office can be lobbied / bribed in exchange for special favours or arrangements. Those found infringing this statute will be in violation of Article I.

Fourth Amendment

The liberty of people to do anything that does not harm themselves or others is to be protected; thus, the exercise of the natural right of every individual must have no bounds other than those to protect themselves and other members of society. These bounds may be determined only by Law. No one may be compelled to do what the Law does not ordain.

Fifth Amendment

Each person of the United Kingdom shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of all persons in all Union countries.

The Law is the expression of the general will of the people of Britain, not the will of a few on government. All citizens have the right to take part personally, through their election votes or through their representative, in its making or altering. It must be the same for all, whether it protects or punishes. The law shall be equally eligible for all member of society and without distinctions or privileges.

Sixth Amendment

The Law only has the right to forbid those actions that are deleterious to societies health that protects people of the Nation and that does not infringe on freedom. Nothing that is not forbidden by Law may be hindered.

Seventh Amendment

The money placed in banks, building societies or similar (known as a financial institution) shall belong to the account holder and not the institution themselves. The financial institution shall operate a full reserve banking system to ensure people’s money is safe.

The economy shall operate both a physical and virtual currency system; and physical currency shall have real physical value and virtual currency can be exchanged for the identical value physical currency. There shall be no full virtual economy to protect freedom.

Eighth Amendment

No representative of authority shall be permitted in any house, without the consent of the owner or tenant, even in time of war; with the exception of an arrest warrant for a serious indictable offence.

Ninth Amendment

The right of people to be secure in their persons, houses, cars, and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, but upon probable cause, supported by evidence, oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. The rights of people to be secure shall not be infringed based on little to no evidence by any representative of authority.

Tenth Amendment

All citizens, being equal, shall be equally eligible to all high offices, public positions and employments, according to their ability, and without distinction than that of their virtues, knowledge, skills and talents.

Positive and negative discrimination, diversity quotas and privileged hiring expedites division and separation in society and is furthermore forbidden in Law.

11th Amendment

Section 11-1

Slavery nor forced servitude shall exist within the United Kingdom, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. Servitude includes the mandatory extortion of funds via taxation on people’s salary; income tax must be given voluntarily and with consent. Those who choose to voluntarily consent to income tax from their salary will not be refused privileged public services.

Section 11-2

Parliament, via correct democratic means, shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes for individuals, and with regard to agreed census between individuals and government.

Parliament, shall have the power to lay and collect taxes on Businesses, from whatever source derived, and without regards to any census or enumeration.

12th Amendment

The right of citizens of the United Kingdom to vote in any election, shall not be denied or abridged by the United Kingdom by reason of failure to pay council tax, income tax or other tax.

13th Amendment

The right of citizens in the United Kingdom to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United Kingdom or by any Country of the Union on account of sex / gender (male or female)orreligion.

The right of citizens of the United Kingdom, who are sixteen years of age or older, to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United Kingdom on account of age.

The right of United Kingdom criminals still serving their sentence and convicted for severe crimes to vote shall be denied, but, voting privileges can be given by parliamentary consensus and dependent of the crime committed.

Parliament shall have power to enforce this amendment by appropriate legislation.

14th Amendment

No persons shall be forced into homeless if there are empty properties in their towns and cities. Services shall be available to assist those in finding suitable shelter / housing and to help them in attaining a better life.

15th Amendment

All persons born or naturalized in the United Kingdom, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are residents of the United Kingdom. All persons born or naturalized in the United Kingdom and adopts traditional British culture and values thereof, are citizens of the United Kingdom (Britain). Parliament shall not make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United Kingdom; nor shall Parliament deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

Parliament shall have the power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.

16th Amendment

No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property, nor shall private property be taken for public use, even in times of war or public danger, without agreed-upon compensation. Government, in any circumstances, is denied from forcing or coercing persons to relinquish life, liberty or property to advance state goals.

17th Amendment

The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain inalienable rights people of the Nation take for granted now and in the future, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. As society evolves so to must the interpretation of the constitution to uphold freedom, liberty and privacy of peoples in the Nation. Government nor corporations (businesses or institutions) shall not and cannot have the facility to infringe what they was never empowered to violate.

18th Amendment

To guarantee the rights, freedom and privacy of all persons, a public force is necessary. This public force shall primarily be the police, which will be the main representatives of authority in society. The force is, therefore established, for the benefit of all; and not for the particular use of those, in government, whom it is entrusted. The force will therefore uphold the Law but will be independent of those whom administers the Law. The force shall answer to people of the respective country and to the respective county. The force shall not have special privileges in Law.

19th Amendment

The rights of citizens to rely on various vital public services for assistance shall be supported. For the maintenance of the public service force (police and fire brigade), and for administration expenses, a general tax will be asked for as default. This tax will be distributed among all citizens based on earnings and wealth to ensure the tax is proportional to their ability to pay.

This tax shall be collected by individual county area and the money collected will not be used other than to support and maintain the local public service force. There shall be options to opt out of paying for certain public services, but, persons will be restricted in services.

The police shall not be used for menial non-indictable crimes unless customers pay additional fees with the understanding of possible further fees if found to be attempting to use the police force for petty retaliation.

20th Amendment

No persons may be accused, arrested or detained except in the cases determined by the Law, and following the procedures that it has prescribed. Those who solicit, expedite, carry out, or cause to be carried out orders not ordained by Law must be reprimanded; but any persons summoned or apprehended by virtue of the Law, should give instant cooperation; resistance could infringe his / her defence. All reprimands, arrests, and warnings given by representatives of authority must be recorded and a copy of that recording given to the person(s) reprimanded.

The Law must prescribe only the punishments that are strictly and evidently necessary; and no one may be punished except by the virtues of a Law drawn up and promulgated before the offence is committed, and legally applied.

Every person is presumed innocent until he / she has been declared guilty. If it is necessary for representatives of Authority (police) to arrest any person(s), any undue harshness or assault that is not required to secure their person must be severely curbed by Law. Any representative of authority caught abusing their powers and / or using excessive force will face the same judgement in Law as any other persons.

Section 20-1

In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the rights to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury; and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against them; to have a compulsory process obtaining witnesses in their favour, and to have assistance of counsel for his defence.

Section 20-2

In all criminal prosecutions, which involve victim(s) of severe crimes; the victims of such crimes, if the jury finds the defendant guilty, are to be informed of preliminary judges decision on punishment, ascertained by law; and have input, guided by counsel, on final punishment inflicted.

Section 20-3

In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed one-hundred pounds, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United Kingdom, than according to the rules of the common law.

All common law issues shall first go through counsel to resolve and trial by court be a last resort.

Section 20-4

Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishment inflicted.

21st Amendment

Free communication of the opinions, ideas and thoughts is one of the most precious rights of any free person. Therefore, any person may speak, write and publish freely. There shall be no censorship or bans permitted on any platform unless this abuses the established Law and Order described in Section 21-1.

Section 21-1

No one may be disturbed by representatives of authority, censored or banned on account of their opinion or speech unless such content threatens to violently disturb the peace in society or threaten actual bodily harm to themselves or others in the nation.

The manifestation of content that others disagree with or develops hurt feelings from does not interfere with the established Law and Order. It is up-to the individuals to deal with such problems in a ‘grown-up’ manner.

22nd Amendment

To ensure maintenance, strength, future proofing and quality of highways, defence, energy, the environment, and general waste management additional funding will be indispensable and all citizens will be opted into (by default) funding these essential services, ensuring it is proportional to their ability to pay.

Those who choose to opt out of these optional taxes will not be able to utilise the respected essential service(s), but, will be responsible for their own essential services; and be legally responsible for these tasks.

Those who do choose to opt out of various support services will not legally be permitted to use the service. The legal discourse shall be described in supplemental legislations determined by normal democratic processes.

23rd Amendment

Society has the right to ask a public official for an accounting of his / her administration. Society shall have the facility, via vote of no-confidence, to remove such public official based on poor performance, fraud, corruption, working against the best interests of the majority or illegal activities.

24th Amendment

Since the right to Property in inviolable and sacred, no one may be deprived thereof, unless the property is being used as an essential service not paid for by the person(s) or as an indemnity / debt legally to be paid by the person(s). No government or authority or financial Institution has the right to deprive persons or force / coerce person(s) to be deprived of property.

25th Amendment

The right to education and health services is a fundamental human right and education and health is the responsibility of each person and of each parent. These services are highly related to population and resource availability. All persons shall ensure responsible family planning and health routine to maintain good quality services. These services will require a basic tax to fund.

Those families and peoples who are less responsible will need to find additional money to fund these vital services for themselves and their children as the burden of responsibility on the British people is heavy. The Peoples of the Nation cannot be responsible for supporting others who are less responsible for family planning and health matters. This is to keep peace and harmony throughout the Nation.

26th Amendment

The Nation has the inalienable right to information regarding the activities of both government, public and private institutions and businesses. Whistle-blowers shall be protected in UK Law and promoted internationally so long as they do not release information that places others in danger.

27th Amendment

The peoples of the Nation has a right not to be exposed to harmful technology. Government shall not expose society to damaging technology without adequate health and safety guarding. Government must have and make publicly available evidence of health implications and any possible long term exposure.

Governments shall educate society into any mitigation strategies available to protect and defend people from existing technology.

The peoples of the Nation have the right to protect and defend themselves by any and all reasonable means necessary from any danger posed by technology.

28th Amendment

There shall be no extradition of any British Citizen until proof of guilt with substantial evidence has been thoroughly evaluated and assessed.

29th Amendment

The manufacturing process for ‘Green Energy’ technologies, which causes more damage to the environment thus more pollution than traditional existing technologies will not be adopted by the Nation.

Green Energy’ technologies that cannot be proved beneficial for ‘The Climate Change’ initiative will cease to be adopted, promoted and funded, with the exception of research, in Britain. The Nation shall continue to use technologies that cause less damage and harm, during the lifetime use of such technology, to the environment, human health and the environment.

Parliament shall have the power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.


Preamble B to the Constitution

In the memory achieved by the victory over the regime of the Nazi’s and to prevent further rises of fascism including the UN plan for ‘The Great Reset’ that sought to enslave and degrade humanity; the people of the United Kingdom proclaim anew that each human being, without distinction of race, religion, position in office or creed, possesses sacred and inalienable rights. They solemnly reaffirm the rights and freedoms of each individual enshrined in this constitution and the fundamentals principles acknowledged in the laws of the Kingdom.

They further proclaim, as being especially necessary to our times, the political, economic and social principles enumerated hence forth:

The law guarantees women and men equal right in all spheres.

Each person has the right to employment and the duty to provide for their needs. No person may suffer prejudice in their work or employment by virtue of their origins, opinions, political views or beliefs.

All persons may defend their rights and interests through civilised means and may belong to a union of their choice with respect to employment rights.

The right to strike and protest shall be exercised within the framework of the laws and freedoms governing it.

The Nation shall provide the individual and the family with the conditions necessary to their development and self-determination.

The Nation shall guarantee the tools necessary for the protection of individuals health, material security, rest and leisure. All people who, by virtue of their age, physical or mental condition, or economic situation, are incapable of working shall have the right to receive suitable means of existence from society with the help of their family and friends.

The Nation proclaims the solidarity and equality of all British people in bearing the burden resulting from national tragedy, which shall consider the wealth and equity of each person(s); with the exemption of decisions made previous to this constitution

The Nation guarantees equal access for children and adults to instruction, vocational training and culture. The provision of public unbiased, unedited, and ideology free education at all levels is a duty of the State via taxation from the people of the Nation. ‘Free at the point of contact’ education shall be the duty of the State and taxation to support education shall be the duty of persons and parents.

The United Kingdom, faithful to its traditions, shall respect the rules of public international law. It shall undertake no war aimed at conquest, nor shall it ever employ force against the freedom of any people. This includes the selling of weapons to international countries, which can be used against the freedom of any other people.

The United Kingdom shall not consent to any limitation upon its sovereignty. Sovereignty is not to be limited upon organisation and preservation of peace with other countries.

The United Kingdom shall form with its overseas peoples a union upon equal rights and duties, without distinction of race and religion.

The United Kingdom, shall be composed of nations and peoples who agree to coordinate their resources and their effort in order to develop their respective civilisations, increase their well-being and ensure their security.

The United Kingdom desires to provide the people under its responsibility towards the freedom to administer themselves and to manage their own affairs democratically, eschewing all systems of colonisation founded upon arbitrary rule; it guarantees to all equal access to public office and the individual or collective exercise of the rights and freedoms proclaimed and confirmed herein.


The future and very existence of mankind are inextricably linked with the natural environment. The environment is the common heritage of all human beings. Human beings continue to exert increasing influence over the conditions for life and over our own evolution.

Biological diversity, the fulfilment of the individual and the progress of human societies need to consider the impact of the future on consumption, production and excessive exploitation and use of natural resources. The safeguarding of the environment and the continued existence of human beings, wildlife and nature in general is of interest to the Nation.

In order to ensure sustainable development and advancement, choices designed to meet the need of the future and of the future of the environment should not jeopardize the ability of the future generations and other peoples to meet their own needs.

The Nation hereby proclaim:

Article 1: Each person has a duty to participate in preserving and enhancing the environment, to promote biodiversity and live a balanced lifestyle to respect their own and other peoples health and well-being.

Article 2: Each person has a duty to avoid the occurrence of any damage which they might cause to the environment or, failing that, limit the consequences of such damage.

Article 3: The Nation has a responsibility to reduce the impact of industry and political descension to the environment and the health of peoples. The Nation, subject to condition provided by the law, has a duty not to cause or transfer manufacturing, recycling or disposal tasks which cause pollution and health issues to overseas peoples.

Article 4: When the occurrence of any damage, albeit unpredictable in the current state of scientific knowledge, may seriously and irreversibly harm the environment, public authorities shall implement risk assessments and the adoption of temporary measures commensurate with the risk involved in order to deal with the occurrence of such damage.

Article 5: Public authorities shall promote sustainable development that incurs minimal impact to the prosperity and health of peoples. To this end, they shall reconcile the protection and enhancement of the environment with economic development and social progress using progressive stages to reduce impact of society.

Article 6: Each person has the right to access any information pertaining to the environment in the possession of public bodies, research organisations and independent bodies; and to participate in the public decision-making process likely to affect the environment.

Article 7: Each persons has the right to proceed with their own method of protecting the environment, in the conditions and to the extent provided for by law, to install power generation devices as long as the technology does not impact other persons in proximity. These power generation devices can be connected to national distribution line upon agreement from energy providers.

Article 9: Areas of natural beauty and wildlife must be protected from any green energy technology. Subject to law, the installation of these devices must go through a rigorous independent risk assessment and public oversight. The Nation will not exchange green energy technology for the detriment of nature, the environment or peoples health.

Article 10: The manufacturing process for ‘Green Energy’ technologies, which causes more damage to the environment thus more pollution than traditional existing technologies will not be adopted by the Nation. Green Energy’ technologies that cannot be proved beneficial for ‘The Climate Change’ initiative will cease to be adopted, promoted and funded, with the exception of research, in Britain. The Nation shall continue to use technologies that cause less damage and harm, during the lifetime use of such technology, to the environment, human health and the environment.

Article 11: Education and training with regards to the environment shall contribute to the exercising of the right and duties set out in this charter. Self-sustainablility and near zero carbon emissions and waste for individual and family shall be a goal of the Nation.

Article 12: The environment must be protected from human industrial and manufacturing evolution. There shall be no additional natural areas taken for such uses. Existing empty units and estates shall either be reused for advancement of the industrial complex or returned to nature. The Nation will not exchange business opportunities and profits for the detriment of nature or human health.

Article 13: Research and innovation shall contribute to the preservation and development of the environment.

Article 14: This Charter shall inspire United Kingdom’s actions at both European and international level.

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