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A Very British Constitution



1.1 The United Kingdom of Great Britain is and should remain a Sovereign Democratic Nation State of it’s agreed collective.

1.2 There is no higher authority, in the political process, than the will of the people of that agreed collective.

1.3.1 Governance within the United Kingdom of Great Britain exists purely as a construct for delivering the societal aims and ambitions of it’s people.

1.3.2 While fulfilling these societal objectives, the constructs of governance must maintain positive relations with other peoples and other nation states, respecting all people with the same universal rights highlighted further within this constitution.

1.4 The foundation upon which we may judge our behaviours and attitudes are those of the following British Declaration of Human Rights


Declaration of Human Rights:


2.0 Previsor - Where a claim is made for ones human rights one must first see that you do not or have not undermined or intend to undermine or threaten to undermine the human rights of others and where differing human rights claims are made one must consider the ethical hierarchy in which the following human rights are considered in the order:

2.1 The Sanctity and preservation of human life

2.2 The expectation of a life of Well-being

2.3 To strive for Personal Development and Societal Progress

2.4 To strive to live symbiotically within our environment


 Human Rights concerning the sanctity and preservation of human life

2.1.1 The sanctity, protection and preservation of human life is above all the single most important feature of human endeavour. It must be in every citizen’s mind and the basis of every state legislation and hold priority above all other actions that people are protected from life threatening occurrences and kept out of harms way


Human Rights concerning the quality of life and expectation of well-being

2.2.1 No person should inflict harm or incite or instruct others to inflict harm on a person or persons either physically or mentally except in circumstances of last resort defence

2.2.2 Every person has the right to freedom from domination, suppression, fear, threat, servitude, slavery, degradation, torture or cruelty or harm physically or emotionally, in the home, the workplace, society or upon foreign soil

2.2.3 All citizens are afforded maintenance of liberty, a life of dignity and privacy where required while they are maintaining their responsibilities and obligations of citizenship

2.2.4 The state recognises human conscience of private thought and reasoning to question, to opinionate and to express ideas where that expression does not incite hatered and does not violate the quality of existence of others

2.2.5 Respect should be awarded to the differing of people’s religious and spiritual beliefs, or the absence of people’s religious and spiritual beliefs, between the people within the nation state, within the community or within the family or domestic arrangement and people are free to practise dogma where it does not contradict or violate the ethical or moral ideology of the nation state or social standards of behavior preserved in this constitution ie the sanctity and preservation of human life, the quality of existence or the harnessing of life and personal development or the rights and duties of citizen or the objectives and responsibilities of the nation state.

2.2.6 All people - citizens, visitors to the nation state and foreign nationals - are to be treated with respect and equality in regard to their gender, age, physical or mental abilities, race, place of origin, religion or spirituality, their position in society or their sexuality.

2.2.7 The arrangements for romance and sex are to be entered into by dual consent of two adults at any time over the age of 16 and either party may choose to dissolve that arrangement when they want to without penalty.

2.2.8 Indecency, overt sexuality and nudity in verbalization, personal enactment, film or image are only to be in areas where adult agreement has been made to accept said practices



2.3.0 Human Rights concerning striving for both personal development and societal progress

2.3.1 Every citizen is encouraged to harness a relationship to society based upon Compassion, Awareness and Shared Responsibility

2.3.2 Every citizen has the freedom and encouragement to harness all personal potential in oneself developing courage, knowledge, capability, determination and interactivity with others in order to pursue a life of productivity, well-being and happiness.

2.3.3 It is the objective of both citizen and state alike to draw a balance between the above two positions within each citizen so that people’s motivations are not purely selfish and no one is expected to be motivated purely selflessly.

2.3.4 Marriage is to be recognized as an arrangement of inter dependency between two people and as an institution is to be open to any two consenting adults as long as both adults agree fully on the contract

2.3.5 That every child is born, or adopted, into a situation of care and responsibility taken by the adult carer/s who have prepared in understanding how best to carry out their responsibilities as parent/guardian

2.3.6 At 4 years every child is provided a formal situation in which to develop and learn from professionals who become their guardian for the duration of that learning period

2.3.7 At 10 years every child agrees to take partial responsibility for their own learning and citizenship in partnership with their parent/guardian/s and allocated teaching professionals

2.3.8 Education and re-education throughout life is to be encouraged by the individual and by the state in order to produce a society of progressive intellectualism

2.3.9 No person should be enforced into a situation of separatism based on creed, skin colour, race or religion, either in the school , the workplace or other commercial or social institution.

2.3.10 Gender segregation should only be on the basis of facilitating changing and bathroom arrangements

2.3.11 Where possible arrangements should be accommodated for those within the community who are in transgender



2.4.0 Human Rights concerning living symbiotically within our environment

2.4.1 Due to the nature of shared environment no person or institution or entity shall unduly pollute the environment where it can be avoided and where an understanding of pollution has been established.

2.4.2 The personal production of pollution also extends to odours, noise and chemical where the cause effects other people in the moment or the greater environment for future generations

2.4.3 It is the responsibility of all in society and state to work towards the improvement of the living environment for current well-being, future generations and long term human survival and in this regard it is paramount that society recognises and respects the twelve ecological boundaries.

2.4.4 It is the responsibility of both the state and the citizens to work together to seek to bring a positive net contribution for the effect of the lifestyle the individual has on the environment in relation to their housing, energy requirements, their food chain, their travel and other related lifestyle activities and where possible to strive towards having a positive effect on the environment



3 The Social Contract

The Social Contract is an equal binding agreement between the British Citizen and the British State whereby the duties and responsibilities of each equal party within this contract is expressed for both to understand, agree upon and abide by.


Preamble:  The nation state is the defined perimeter of organization for the nation which is to be respected in physicality and concept. Citizens belonging to the nation state have rights and duties in relation to the nation state and the nation state in return has objectives and responsibilities to its citizens.


3.1.0 The Social Contract – The Duties & Responsibilities of Citizenship

3.1.1 All citizens have equality in the eyes of society and the laws of the nation state regardless of gender, adult age, physical or mental abilities, race, place of origin, religion or spirituality, their position or status in society or their sexuality,

3.1.2 All citizens are equal also in political power on a system of one person one vote without people being represented by other people, gangs, groups, associations, parties or unions when it comes to casting that vote or providing consensus directly on issues relating to policy decisions

3.1.3 All citizens therefore have equal responsibility to become politically and socially aware through the state or an independent medium to understand the issues they are asked to vote upon or provide consensus towards

3.1.4 Recognition that the nation state is the only and highest ruling authority when it comes to matters of citizenship and the legal boundaries, rights and responsibilities as put forward in this constitution.  

3.1.5 All citizens must have respect for the boundaries of the nation state in physicality and concept and are free to travel within the nation and to and from the nation with the usual provisions for passport and visa

3.1.6 All citizens of the nation state need to show their allegiance to the nation state above any other nation. The nation state is open to criticism but it not open to defiance in deed which may be considered an act of treason.

3.1.7 All citizens are accountable for the cause and effect they have on society and the people within society

3.1.8 All citizens have accountability towards the state and are not afforded anonymity or privacy as far as their relationship to the state and their appearance in public because of the risk it carries in crime and misconduct

3.1.9 Where a citizen is suspected to be in violation of this constitution then a reasonable investigation may be carried out by the guardians of the state and the findings presented to a board of judges for trial, and the citizen is allowed representation in their defence of prosecution.

3.1.10 Where a citizen is deemed to be a continued threat to the well-being of society and/or citizens within society then steps can be taken to limit their liberty until such time as they are no longer deemed a threat.

3.1.11 Where a citizen has been found guilty of violation of the constitution then a reasonable repayment must be made by the citizen to balance and restore the cause and effect of their actions, this is to be calculated on the effect to the victim, the guardianship/policing services, the court system expenses and the further penal and rehabilitation services.

3.1.12 Where possible work must be made available to those who have restricted liberty so that the sentenced citizen is able to repay their debt to society and redeem themselves of their wrongdoing

3.1.13 Drug addiction of legal or illegal drugs, cigarettes or alcohol should be discouraged at every opportunity and the addict needs to be helped out of the addiction so that society is not harmed as a result of the lack of reason in their behaviour.

3.1.14 Citizens are encouraged to nurture a spirit of respect for the people around them, to be mindful and aware of the impact of their actions upon others

3.1.15 Citizens should be reminded that in order to create a lawful society it requires all citizens not just to behave lawfully but to see that others around them are also behaving lawfully but without putting themselves in harms way


3.2.0 The Social Contract – The Duties & Responsibilities of Governance

The state is defined as those departments, and the employees of those departments, that have been empowered with executive authority to fulfil the societal aims of the people. There should be twelve main Departments of Executive Authority each designed to fulfil defined societal aims laid out in this constitution and are further instructed year on year by legislation made within Acts of Parliament which are wholly arrived at by the will of the people in an openly democratic process. The twelve departments of the State Executive and their duties and responsibilities in the provision of services to the people are as follows:   The Department of Societal Care   The Civil Service of Parliamentary Process   The Department of Education & Progress   The Department of Health & Well-being   The Department of Community, Resources & Environment   The Department of Infrastructure, Supply, Transport & Communications   The Department of Work & Business   The Office of Global Relations   The Department of Guardianship The Department of Justice The Department of Finance & Economics The Department of Culture & Heritage  The Department of Societal Care  It is the responsibility of the state to provide care for the elderly above retirement age where required and to provide accommodation in specially designed sheltered housing in pleasant communities where the elderly person is no longer able to have that community and self reliance elsewhere.  It is the responsibility of the state to provide every person above retirement age a state pension that is contributed to by the individual during their working lives in a fund known as Nation Pension Contribution (formerly National Insurance Contribution)  It is the responsibility of the state to make sure that individuals and families are able to care for the children they are guardian for and where that guardianship is not considered to be of a satisfactory standard the child may be taken into care by the state.  The state should provide adequate training for those planning to have children.  Where a child needs a family the state should care for that child until a suitable foster parent is found  The state should provide every means of support required by those with special needs.  There are occasions where the state is responsible for providing emotional support to individuals at certain times in their lives when they need that support, in times of depression, of mourning, of recovering from dependency and from illness either physical or psychiatric.  It is the responsibility of the state to provide adequate care for those who have given their time to providing guardianship for others and who suffer as a result of their experiences  The Civil Service of Parliamentary Process  To encourage the people of this nation state to be politically aware of the process and suitably informed on the issues and be capable of providing consensus and voting on issues on a regular basis so that the ultimate authority of this nation state is its people  To provide consistent and clear information to the public via the National Statistics Office which should be channelled through the BBC in order to inform the public  To provide a service to the means of political process in an unbiased fashion by facilitating the bringing together of subject specialist committees to provide the intellectual content for social improvement for further scrutiny by the public  To provide the framework whereby the public get to provide their consensus regularly on issues directly and then to freely vote on a regular basis towards public policy  To provide administrative support for the Judiciary  To provide administrative support for the Regulators  The Department of Education & Progress  The state has the responsibility to provide information and education to all its citizens from the age of 4 to 10 in the form of total compulsory education partnering with schools and parents, from 10 to 16 in the form of a share responsible role of educating in partnership with schools and the student, and in adult life from 16 onwards in the form of student accepting their role of citizenship and also pursuing their own path of educational choices. This educational provision must match the level of the learner at all times Online and library forms of further education and information should be made available to all without cost to the public and where the individual is able to provide themselves with an education by self-study The state should also seek to provide a global educational service through the BBC World Service The state will also provide vocational training to match the unfolding needs of industry to the skill base of the citizen labour force The state should also provide information relating to all other state department objectives including national health, employment and industry, foreign policy, culture and heritage, etc The state is to prepare the individual for citizenship within the ideology of this constitution and to lead a life that will harness a relationship to society based upon Compassion, Awareness and Shared Responsibility The state is to prepare the individual to harness all personal potential in oneself developing courage, knowledge, capability, determination and interactivity with others The state is to undertake or sponsor or finance research and development for the future needs of humanity and to push the boundaries in human knowledge and understanding The Department of Health & Well-being It is the responsibility of state to provide the most efficient and effective system for keeping the nation in good health and prolonged life and the best emergency services where needed. Health expands to all forms of well-being that have a biological effect so the department is also concerned with forms of preventative health solutions such as exercise and body care. Care should be provided where possible to not enslave the citizen patient to a life of pharmaceutical support that drains the health services of its resources The state is to consider the long term costs of health provisions and look at long term investment, preventative health through diet education and fitness education and provision as well as research and development into costs that are currently being expensively outsourced. The state is to provide support for those who have acquired a dependency of some description that is having a negative impact on their lives and/or the lives of the people around them and is to attempt to solve the dependency issue and by doing so help the individual back to being a contributing member of society The Department of Community, Resources & Environment It is the responsibility of the state that the right amounts of resources are made available to the national needs and obtained at the most efficient cost to both the citizen and the state It is therefore state responsibility to foresee the needs of the nation with regard to resources and to make sure needs are provided for by researching, developing and building both short term and long term solutions The state should be responsible for allowing the setting up of the food system that is capable of feeding the population efficiently The state is responsible for setting up the infrastructure that attempts to bring the impact of its population as close to neutral as possible and where possible to have a positive impact on the environment The state is responsible for organising its housing stock to provide housing for those who are unable to find housing in the private sector. That housing should be completely environmentally impact neutral and should provide a pleasant community for its residents and surrounding neighbourhood The state is responsible for working with communities to encourage communities to be pleasant and in keeping with maximising well-being for people in society The state is responsible for the preservation of the environment and its wildlife and where possible to further develop opportunities for creating areas of natural wildlife wildernesses as well as turning the urban space into something that has its own eco-system so that the population becomes part of that ecosystem in order for the population to learn to live symbiotically within their environment The state must prevent people or business entities from polluting the environment of overusing resources where those resources are not being regenerated The state must ensure that the nation is recycling as much as it is able to and for managing its waste output so that it is not having a negative effect on the environment in the short or long term The state is also responsible for encouraging the design, the invention and the innovation of things that will help the global impact of humanities effect on its environment and where possible the state is to be proactive in campaigning for and potentially installing systems by which the world is made a better place and people are living symbiotically within the environment The Department of Infrastructure, Supply, Transport & Communications It is the responsibility of the state to ensure all transport opportunities are maintained and are available at the most efficient the system can be operated It is the responsibility of state that communication channels are as efficient as they can be for both the citizen and the welfare of the state The state is responsible for organising the provision of utilities and bringing that cost down to the user as much as possible for gas, electricity, for water, sewage, for food delivery system, etc. and where possible to allow the community to organise how they may best provide themselves with these utilities with as low cost as possible to the user while keeping at all times in agreement that the impact on the environment by the lifestyle of the citizens is brought down to as near as impact neutral as possible and where possible to being a positive impact The Department of Work & Business The state has the responsibility to seek, in partnership with the citizen, worthwhile and suitable employment for all its citizens by informing of work availability, keeping a dialogue with industry as to it current and future needs, keeping a dialogue with the educational bodies as to the skills required and levels of training, keep a profile on the citizen work record and educational and matching suitability Where the citizen is unable to find work to meet their basic living costs the state, rather than pay to citizen to be unemployed, should provide work to the individual to cover their basic living expenses. That work may be in a range of state provided services and should, where possible, be in areas where the citizen has capabilities to build upon. While providing work the state should also provide further training within work opportunities so that the citizen is further supported with the skills base with which to once again take their place within the workforces of the private sector The state is responsible for providing practical support of the innovators, the inventors and the entrepreneurs as well as new and small to medium sized business so that they may have a positive impact and have their opportunity for success The state should provide practical support for those wishing to sell or buy products from overseas and should be supportive and helpful in all matters of international trade The state is to make sure that there is no undue domination by the largest global organisations and should prevent monopoly type situations from emerging The Office of Global Relations To make the world a better place where possible To arrest and disarm those who are bringing death, harm and suffering to others and aim to defend those being oppressed or restrained without due cause To aid and assist the lesser developed countries with their infrastructure and basic human needs To help establish trade links with countries where the trade is by mutual consent and agreed pricing not to take advantage of localized distressed situations and where fair trade can be practiced to provide for the long term needs of both the buyer and the producer To maintain a safe world for all by outlawing the international arms trade and preventing arms from reaching those wishing to bring chaos and disorder to their nation state and the people around them To prevent regime development of the regimes who bring harm to the people of its nation or other nations To work towards our global obligations towards protecting and developing the natural environment To help promote the ideals of this constitution where it may be deemed as the solution to political and social unrest but to respect the cultural differences in the choices of other nation states where those choices are deemed to be by mutual consent To provide asylum to foreign nationals where needed within the world by mutual consent but not necessarily upon British soil by providing facilities within other nation states for monitoring and protection. Where application has been made for asylum within the UK the individual must show that their past actions and attitudes are compatible with the sentiments and values of the British people as laid out within this constitution To have a network for international monetary settlements relative to the British Pound To have a consulate in every country where possible so that international relations are strengthened where possible to do so but where all awareness and commitment is made to prevent the abuse of people around the world from those wishing to do harm To have a body that interacts effectively with the UN where that body conveys the will of the British people to the UN To set up a network of People’s interests alongside the UN The Department of Guardianship It is the role of the state to provide guardianship to areas such as policing, domestic and overseas military, global humanitarian support, coast guard, fire and ambulance services, boarder control and penal services and to support these executive bodies so that they are able to carry out their work efficiently and effectively To this end citizen who choose to do this job should not be put at unnecessary risk to their lives or well-being where it can be avoided and must be provided with the tools with which they can best carry out their role The executive bodies responsible for guardianship are to have in place committees at their head who promote department leaders based on their merits and suitability to efficiently lead and carry out the societal aims of the people The Department of Justice State law must be recorded and worded for the population to understand A legislative arm of the system of justice is to be present in all government departments and must preside over all matters of deliberation of legislation so that new legislation passes through a Judiciary who are empowered to protect this constitution and its values The Judiciary will take this constitution in to the detail that is necessary to maintain a legal system based on its constitution The state will set up and manage a series of legal courts where matters of law will be presided over with the use of judges and juries. There will be a range of court types each dealing with their related matters, Civil Courts, State Courts, County Courts, Family Courts, Guardianship Courts, Commerce Courts, The Department of Finance & Economics The responsibility of the state is to help citizens maintain enough income for their basic needs and by their work afford further luxuries for wants and desires and to enjoy leisure time It is the responsibility of state to collect taxation from businesses and citizens in a fair and proportional manner in order to meet its responsibilities across all state departments by assigning the funds to where it is needed to support the striving towards societal objectives It is the responsibility of the state to provide a fair and reasonable money system whereby money creation through debt is only to be a mechanism available to the state on behalf of the tax payer Only this nation state is, through its own system, is to make provision for the international settlements of its own currency The state is to manage its national assets effectively so that the British public have the benefit The state is responsible for funding long term projects that bring well-being to the society for its people The Department of Culture & Heritage It is the responsibility of the state to maintain the cultural heritage of the nation by preserving its landmarks, providing for its symbolic heads of state and their lives and activities, developing cultural heritage in the ongoing role in state adopted collective ideology. encourage the knowledge and awareness of British culture and heritage for its modern attributes as well as its past impact for better or worse. To encourage the nation to pursue leisure time, to enjoy sports and recreations, to enjoy the arts and entertainment and to enjoy their identity as people of this nation state To help celebrate the diversity of the British people, people who have become British as a result of arriving from all other parts of the world to enjoy the rewards and support the maintenance of well-being within this nation state



4. Maintaining the Accountability of Governmental Authority to its People


Preamble: In order to design a governmental infrastructure it must be clarified as to what powers are granted to governmental authorities, how they may use those powers, what are the restrictions on that power and what systems of accountability are in place in order to ensure that

those holding positions of authority are not in a position to abuse that authority and that government is not able to become tyrannical. Further, to ensure that government is at all times working towards the societal aims of its people, and that there is no higher authority within this nation state than the will of the people, accountability must therefore ultimately be subject to the will of the people. To this end it is necessary to observe a separation of powers into a format whereby the people deliberate on what provides them with the collectively better outcome in a Parliamentary process of Legislative powers. Alongside these powers are the powers enshrined within this constitution designed to provide a more long-term basis of law for the will of the people and these powers are overseen by a Judiciary who obtain there position by merit within a Judiciary Committee of peers. The Judiciary oversees a branch that runs in real time within the department of the state to safeguard the rights of people enshrined in the constitution and that empowered body is known as the State Regulators. The State Executive powers then are those twelve departments awarded with the authority to execute ongoing legislation provided by the Parliamentary Legislative but while keeping within their duties to the constitution which is overseen by the Judiciary and maintained in real time within the departments of the State Executive by The State Regulators.



4.1 The Parliamentary Legislative: The means of deliberating on legislation and reaching agreement to bring legislation into law through acts of Parliament must be a process of true democracy where there is no higher authority than the will of the British people. The Legislative body within Parliament must therefore must be acting, at all times and by all possible means available, to obtain consensus on issues by the British people, to take the best of human innovation and ideas, brought about by our most advanced collaborative methods, to determine what serves the aims and ambitions the British people have for their society and their positive influence on the rest of the world.


4.2 The Parliamentary Judiciary: The Constitution must be safeguarded by a Judiciary. The Judiciary further define the spirit of the constitution and core concepts into law. The judiciary have oversight on legislation passing through Parliament to maintain that new legislation is in keeping with the constitution and so must act as a Second Chamber on Legislation. Where legislation, arrived at by the will of the people, is in contradiction to the spirit of the constitution then only by referendum can Constitutional amendment be considered. It is The Judiciary who must propose any Constitutional amendment to Parliament for the process of referendum


4.3  The State Executive: Each body of the Executive are empowered to carry out the will of the people, arrived at through legislation, to the best of their ability with the funding available to them through taxation. Leadership of each of the Executive bodies therefore must be purely on the basis of merit determined by committees leading each of the Executive branches.


4.4 The State Regulators: Regulators act in real time alongside each of the Executive branches and, while aiming to allow the executive powers to act efficiently, must also hold the Executive authorities to account and protect the rights of people according to Constitutional law which is in turn overseen by The Judiciary. The Regulators therefore have twelve main departments that reflect the state departments that they are regulating


4.4.1 Social Care Regulators:

4.4.2 The Regulatory Office Of Political Process & Information: The Office Of Information, accountable to the Judiciary and the spirit of The Constitution, must ensure that they are regularly producing information that allow the public to be informed of the activities within the systems of governance as well as civic life. That information must be clear and suitably available to the British public. Where information is determined by the Judiciary to be limited by national security then that information may be withheld for a period of time until deemed appropriate by the Judiciary.

4.4.3 The Education Regulator:

4.4.4 The Health & Well-being Regulator:

4.4.5 The Communities, Environment & Resource Regulator:

4.4.6 The Infrastructure Regulator:

4.4.7 The Work & Business Regulator:

4.4.8 The Overseas Relations Regulator:

4.4.9 The Guardianship Regulator:

4.4.10 The Justice Regulator:

4.4.11 The Treasury Regulator: Responsible for analysing state spending and budgeting

4.4.12 The Culture & Heritage Regulator:


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