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The longest reigning Monarch in British history passed away in 2022. As they say, "the Queen is dead, long live the King." Queen Elizabeth commanded great respect internationally, until Prince Andrew's liaisons were revealed. Prompting some in the Commonwealth to look again at a divorce.


To his credit, King Charles III has long spoken about climate change and plastic pollution. Though, he did not attend COP27, he organized a get together at Buckingham Palace beforehand.


The King, above most other UK citizens, will know and understand only too well, that a sexual allegation, whether true or false, is extremely damaging to the person affected and surrounding family, in this case his brother Prince Andrew. But that a fraudulent conviction and subsequent imprisonment, would be utterly devastating. And even more so, where there is no right of appeal, or other effective remedy, contrary to Article 13 of the HRA 1998 - but oops, there is no Article 13 in the HRA, though it is in the European Convention and Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948. Thus prolonging the injustice, being mental torture, contrary to Article 3 of the European Convention.


His mother, Queen Elizabeth had been asked to look at the lack of remedy in relation to planning crime and Wealden District Council, with a cover up by Sussex police, that would, or should have led to the rights and wrongs of a citizen wrongly convicted, allegedly, being reopened. Where there is no Right of Appeal in the UK at present. She declined.


The baton thus passes to King Charles as the new head of state, as per the 1689 Bill of Rights. As seen below, the King can ask Parliament to look at matters that may come to his attention, and/or, may need redress.




The King has personally asked parliament to add his siblings, Princess Anne and Prince Edward, to the list of people who can deputise for him for official duties.

In a statement signed by the King and read to the House of Lords, he says he would be "most content" if his sister and brother could become Counsellors of State.

There are currently five Counsellors of State, including Prince Andrew and Prince Harry, both of whom no longer carry out official royal duties.

The King writes the changes would "ensure continued efficiency of public business, when I'm unavailable. Such as while I'm undertaking official duties overseas."

Counsellors can carry out constitutional duties if the monarch is ill or working abroad.

In order for Princess Anne and Prince Edward to become Counsellors of State, there would need to be a legislative change to amend the Regency Acts 1937 and 1953.

Under the Act, Counsellor's of State are the monarch's spouse, and the four next in the line of succession, aged over 21.

They are currently, Camilla the Queen Consort, William, the Prince of Wales, Prince Harry, Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice, his daughter.











This is a significant move by the King.

Some will see this as a further snub to Prince Andrew, for whom Counsellor of State is one of the remaining responsibilities he has, after being stripped of his royal roles.

On the other hand, this is the King making a practical change as he prepares for overseas trips next year.

Recently in the House of Lords, the Labour peer Viscount Stansgate argued against having Prince Andrew and Prince Harry as Counsellors when one had "left public life" and one had "left the country".

The news came on the King's birthday - his first as monarch - and on the day of his 74th, it was also announced he would be taking on the role of The Ranger of Windsor Great Park, a post previously held by his father, Prince Philip.

The King will be spending his birthday privately, with no official engagements planned, but military gun salutes and renditions of Happy Birthday were being rung out across London.







It appears from the latest moves by the King, that he may not be either fit enough, or have the spare mental capacity to deal with a complex range of legal matters. Whereas, his mother, Queen Elizabeth is known to dealt with numerous complex matters herself, although shying away from helping to resolve corruption at Wealden District Council. Hence, even she was thought to have been lacking when it came to issues that showed the State to be wanting.




The United Kingdom does not yet have a Written Constitution. This allows Courts considerable latitude in finding one way one day, and finding another in other cases. Useful if you want to control decisions, to prevent justice for troublemakers. To make matters worse the police and Crown Prosecution Service, are riddled with Masonry. Including many Magistrates, Crown, Appeal, and High Court judges. Even the Planning Inspectorate.


This may not mean much to the ordinary man or woman, provided that they tow the party line, and do not ask questions or challenge the system. The moment a citizen of the UK smells a rat, and blows the whistle, all manner of unfortunate events may befall them. From not getting planning consent, when in identical circumstances, a neighboring application does. To a complete frame up, to get you discredited and locked up.


To begin with the punishment for asking awkward questions is relatively gentle. But as challenges mount, such as revealing corruption in local politics. Fraud and planning favours will not be investigated. Instead, the informant will be arrested, his house searched, computers and mobile phones confiscated - for starters.


They turn the whole life of their targets upside down. The 'South African,' is not an isolated case. But, one of many.


If that does not deter a person, a council might visit premises umpteen times. In case of The Bulldog, it is well over 190 enforcement visits. And some dozen or more police raids.


The object is to grind their target down. Make it so that they cannot operate. Steal legal papers, to be used against their victim. And generally abuse laws, such as anti-terrorist, or anti-money laundering statute, to track every move that the whistleblower might make.


Not having an effective remedy, the target loses friends and family. And becomes an outcast. Mainly because, in not understanding what is going on behind the scenes, they tend to think the worst.


Thus giving neighbors with a grudge, ammunition that, as you will see, they use with relish. Many tripping over their own tongues, as they too fall into the trap of believing the gossip, when in reality it is has been fabricated. Malicious gossip is of course slander, if it is not true. Malicious gossip in emails, or other written communications, is libel.







Corruption lurks in every corridor of local and national buildings. Queen Elizabeth was asked for help. She declined. The duty to provide an effective remedy, now rests with King Charles

Incompatibility in Human Rights terms, is where one statute does not comply with HR statute. The European Convention does include Article 13, the right to an effective remedy.







Corruption and injustice is such a big thing, that the subject is included in the UN's Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs). There is a United Nations Convention Against Corruption. As per General Assembly resolution 58/4 of 31 October 2003.

Corruption is an insidious plague that has a wide range of corrosive effects on societies. It undermines democracy and the rule of law, leads to violations of human rights, distorts markets, erodes the quality of life and allows organized crime, terrorism and other threats to human security to flourish. This evil phenomenon is found in all countries - big and small.

Taking note with appreciation of multilateral instruments to prevent and combat corruption, including, inter alia, the Inter-American Convention against Corruption, adopted by the Organization of American States on 29 March 1996, 1 the Convention on the Fight against Corruption involving Officials of the European Communities or Officials of Member States of the European Union, adopted by the Council of the European Union on 26 May 1997, 2 the Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions, adopted by the Organisation for Economic
Cooperation and Development on 21 November 1997, 3 the Criminal Law Convention on Corruption, adopted by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on 27 January 1999,4 the Civil Law Convention on Corruption, adopted by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on 4 November 1999,5 and the African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption, adopted by the Heads of State and Government of the African Union on 12 July 2003,

Welcoming the entry into force on 29 September 2003 of the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. There is thus a series of conferences on the subject.


Chapter III of the Convention requires countries to establish criminal and other offences to cover a wide range of acts of corruption, if these are not already crimes under domestic law. In some cases, States are legally obliged to establish offences; in other cases, in order to take into account differences in domestic law, they are required to consider doing so. The Convention goes beyond previous instruments of this kind, criminalizing not only basic forms of corruption such as bribery and the embezzlement of public funds, but also trading in influence and the concealment and laundering of the proceeds of corruption. Offences committed in support of corruption, including money-laundering and obstructing justice, are also dealt with. Convention offences also deal with the problematic areas of private-sector corruption.




'The Colonial Bulldog' did not know what he was up against when he moved into a rural location in 1981, with Sussex police being named in Hansard, as the most corrupt police force, after investigation by Hampshire and Kent Constabularies, on the murder of the unarmed, James Ashley, during an armed raid (based on fabricated evidence) in the early hours of the morning.














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