DaleP Posted October 19, 2021 Share Posted October 19, 2021 On 10/18/2021 at 8:55 AM, zarkov said: interesting thread re: law https://twitter.com/WAPFLondon/status/1437828847467175946 Weston A. Price Foundation, London Chapter @WAPFLondon · 4 Oct Except that they haven't because: Case of Proclamations :  EWHC KB J22 "the law of England is divided into three parts, common law, statute law, and custom; but the King's proclamation (including government guidance) is none of them" https://bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/ https://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/KB/1610/J22.html KB/1610/J22.html 6 hours ago, Velma said: MPs have voted to extend the government's emergency coronavirus powers for another six months. It follows a debate on whether to renew the Coronavirus Act 2020 which came into force in March last year and gave the government wide-ranging powers. Although some MPs argued that the Coronavirus Act should be dropped, ministers say the powers are "still necessary and proportionate" and that it's "wise" to have flexibility over the winter. Just a thought.... As per zarkov's useful post, a finding by Weston A. Price Foundation..... ACT is not the law. As in the note above "Case of Proclamations...." Correct me if I understood wrongly. You cannot be punished. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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