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PostPosted: Thu May 14, 2009 11:01 am    Post subject: CORNWALL IS SOMETHING SPECIAL Reply with quote

"The British constitution may well be unwritten to protect the state secret that Crown, or public land, is divided into two parts. One part is for public benefit and the other part is for private benefit. As the original owners of the ‘private’ part, the indigenous Cornish national minority should be entitled, in international law, to reclaim their ancestral land to at least regain control of, and income from, such Cornish heritage sites as Tintagel Castle. Coveted pre-England Cornish archaeological sites arbitrarily taken as ‘private’, and handed over to English Heritage reveals an example of a routine political act exposing an underlying biased constitution, unfit for purpose."

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