Archive for May, 2019

Courts as the instrument of fraud

9 April 2019 A guest post by Paul Marshall, who practises from Cornerstone Barristers Marshall: Tale behind the case is a modern take on Jarndyce v Jarndyce Lord Briggs described the Supreme Court decision Takhar v Gracefield Developments Ltd and ors. [2019] UKSC 13 last month as a “bare knuckle fight” between competing principles of public policy, viz that ‘fraud unravels […]


Did Tony Blair really repeal the Death Penalty for Treason?

September 24, 2017 DTD UK “Brexit”, Article 61, Constitution, Constitutional Law, Corruption,CRIMINAL, Declassified Documents, Europe, Iraq, Magna Carta 1215, Sedition, Subversion 19 The fact that the (un)establishment has been committing treason against the people and their constitutional rights since 1972 is finally coming to light for some. However, some may still suggest that Tony Blair “had done away with the treason laws” in 1998 by purportedly ‘repealing’ the 1795 Treason Act. It […]