Just to correct you frogmanbrabs, you're talking bollocks. This maybe England (part of the UK but we're all subject to the statutory laws of The UK of GB & NI. Common law is there as a precendent or to clarify parts of statutory law. The UK is not a corporation but I'm more than happy to be proved wrong. Evidence please.[/quote
Just to correct you Umbongo it's English I'm using NOT Bollocks. I don't know what language Bollocks is, is it the language you are using? Check out Dunn and Bradstreet and you will see that United Kingdom is a company registered on there. I do not BELONG to the United Kingdom I am a resident in the country which is known as England previously known as Albion. The United Kingdom was established in 1927 however I'm sure you are already aware of this.
As for Common Law maybe a read of the Magna Carta (That means Great Charter in English) would be useful.
Next you'll be telling me you own me.
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