According to the old laws of England, which are still in force, many current British politicians qualify for hanging and their laws are null and void
The Complete Text of Capt. K. R. McKilliam, M.A.
The British Nation is bedevilled today by alien organisations that have established themselves within our Christian Nation and aim to take us over, to destroy our Christian culture and force us to follow their preconceived designs. Unfortunately they have infiltrated themselves into our educational and religious systems and have educated many adepts among our people who unknowingly carry out their will. Many of them have been advanced to high places.
"Gentile Home Secretary Roy Jenkins gets his latest set of instructions from Lord Fisher and Maurice Orbach." Published with this caption in Let My People Go! c. 1976
LAWS AGAINST ESTABLISHING A FOREIGN POWER IN ENGLAND
In 1353 Edward III by his statute of Praemunire forbade appeals being made to foreign courts. Richard II who came to the throne in 1377 issued a Statute of Praemunire (16 Richard II II C5) which stated that anyone who procures from Rome or any other place any thing which touches the King, against him or his Crown or realm and all those aiding and abetting them shall be out of the King's protection. Their goods and land would be forfeited and they would be made to answer to the King and his council and a process of Praemunire Facias made against them. The learned constitutional lawyer, Blackstone, in Book 4, C8, states that Praemunire is "introducing a foreign power into the land and creating an Imperium in Imperio by paying obedience to other processes which constitutionally belong to the King alone." But although this is a general protection of the King, the constitutional lawyer Littleton states that Praemunire Facias also extends to the King's loyal subjects and this particular protection is of two sorts, firstly it gives the subject immunity or freedom from action or suite and secondly to protect the safety of the subject and his goods, lands and possessions from violence, unlawful molestation and wrong. This the subject gains by right and by law. Subjects are protected by the King, by the law and by the King's writ.
‘Praemunire doth fortify Jurisdictionem Jurium Coronae Suae of the Kingly laws of the Crown against foreign jurisdiction and against the usurpers upon them as by divers acts of parliament appears.... A man who by judgement given against him upon writ of Praemunire Facias etc. is out of the King's protection. For such of these crimes for which any shall have this judgement, to be hanged by the neck until he be dead and shall forfeit all his lands and chattels.’