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I have, in my spare time, produced a constitution for Great Britain and Northern Ireland entitled (slightly tongue in cheek) a New Model Constitution.


I've presented it to the leaders of our main parties and received some polite responses. I've given it to a great liberal and published thinker and got no real response. I've given it to a well known journalist with only a promise some time a go, "to look into it". He may still be doing so :(.


Left with little articulate response, I wondered where I could get an opinion... ...the subscribers and contriubuters to this site (you), I have come to know, are a rather argumentative lot!:-D So, I give it to you to read and comment as you might. It's not very long, but I believe that unless we get a new fundamental constitutional settlement we will never enjoy full democratic freedoms. And whilst elites will always exist and hold some sway, if there is one thing the election of Barak Obama has taught me, in the right environment the Will of the People cannot be ignored.


We need a written constitution, such as this; everything else is a variation on the current theme - a sticking plaster on a wound that refuses to heal. We will have to say good bye to some beloved tradition, but beloved tradition cannot protect us from wayward, oppressive and decietful governments that do not work in the interests of the People. Only through a constitution, can we force a governement to adhere to the Will of the People.


If you like what you see, pass it on to others and other forums. Maybe, quietly, we can create a ground swell that self-serving politicians, ineffectual media and a stagnant academia cannot ignore.


If you have a question about this constitution, here's the place to put your question; if you disagree or have a contrary view hit me with it 8-)(and, of course, your view if you like it :)). If nothing else, I'll lknow whether I should pursue this further or stop hitting my head against a brick wall.


This is not party political, it's about our freedom, our nation, our people and relationship with ourselves and the world.



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