Common Law

The Truth About Council Tax. Latest Developments.

In order to keep our readers up to speed on developments in research about the lawfulness (or otherwise) of Council Tax, may I suggest that you check out the following posts on the UK Column mentioned in the article below.   The Truth About Council Tax. Latest Developments.   I am not a lawyer. I am entitled to rely on authorities and Judgments to tell me what the law is.   I refer the reader to two previous articles about…
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BBC TV Licence

In recent years the matter of the BBC and its licence fee has become a hot topic. With increasing and prolific evidence of the BBC’s complicity in paedophilia with first the Jimmy Savile case, followed by numerous other allegations (some of which have been leaked in the recent report on the BBC), never has public confidence in this propaganda machine for the government been so low. Couple the sexual abuse scandal with the prolific bias in reporting in favour of…
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Is A.61 a “Law” (or part of one)?

There has been much rhetoric in recent months about the validity and efficacy of Ch.61 Magna Carta 1215 and whether or not it has any relevancy in modern law practise. We have been subjected to a number of arguments from both solicitors and law students who are of the opinion that MC1215 is an arcane law with no modern relevance or effect. It should be pointed out that law degrees have not included constitutional law as a mandatory subject of…
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The Council Tax Fraud

As many no doubt know by now we are not big fans of Council Tax. Many lawful rebels withhold but the system is very much entrenched against civil disobedience in this matter. On the one hand, magistrates courts unlawfully rubber stamp hundreds of liability orders at a time, from summonses which were issued by the council without judicial oversight, liability orders used by local authorities to use bully-boy enforcement agents like Ross & Roberts to intimidate money with menaces out…
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Photographing & Videoing Police

There has been a spate of people having their phones or cameras confiscated following the observance of the police conducting themselves in a manner prejudicial to the common good. Now, setting aside the obvious ramifications under S26 Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 and of Misconduct in Public Office (a common law crime which carries a life sentence for anyone with an oath of office), there are the obvious moral implications under Magna Carta – the denial of right or justice…
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List of Traitors to the United Kingdom

List of Traitors to the United Kingdom Since 1972 six European Union treaties have been signed abolishing our nation. As this is illegal under the British Constitution, our nation has been undermined in this and many other ways. The EU is succeeding exclusively through subversion by traitors from inside the UK. The EU has the laws of a police state, and a constitution that hands absolute power to unelected dictators; it specifically hands all military power (and that includes the…
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What Next?

What next indeed! So, you have read the pages across lawfulrebellion.info, you have printed out your Oath, signed it, had it witnessed, copied it, posted it and got the ‘T’ shirt – oops, sorry, I mean the Recorded Delivery slip. What next?? Well, it can be a bit of an anti-climax I’m afraid! There won’t be any police helicopters hovering overhead nor any tactical response units surrounding your house. In fact is it is very unlikely you will hear anything…
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EU & LR Background

Hello friends, I am sharing information about our British constitution that I think you should find useful as activists (or in fact anyone). Please read it, it does have a thread though it is different quotes and articles strung together .. ‘.After entering the HUMAN RIGHTS ACT into British jurisdiction, the abominable Jack Straw admitted that Magna Carta (original) was still valid. I repeat – MC is an ordinance of the crown and cannot be repealed, amended, or in any…
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Quick-Law

This section introduces some “immediately useful” aspects of law in relation to Article 61 activism. Lawful rebellion seems like the perfect remedy for those who have woken up from the Matrix and observed the corruption, narcissism, paedophilia and all the other horrid behaviours by the psychopaths currently running the country. Moreover, given that Article 61 is unassailable as a defence against any government department, QUANGO or organisation, one might be forgiven for thinking that the need to know any statutory…
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Civil Arrest

There has been a great deal of discussion lately about the public’s power of civil arrest. Some activist groups are promoting it more aggressively than others. We would like to point out that whilst such a power exists, there has also grown up a mass of disinformation about the mechanism. Advice observed on some group pages is a clear recipe to get yourself arrested, Article 61 or not. We, the people of the UK have the same powers of arrest as any…
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