For my friends and colleagues, I take this opportunity to say that I find that Britain is a great country to live in but it could be even better. I have certainly worked through the 49 years of my residence as an immigrant from India to discover the country and what it represents to its own people and to the world.
I studied hard both as a scientist first for 18 years and then went into the Humanities freelance, examined forums to develop my knowledge and joined political parties of different complexions, pursued litigation both civil and criminal against the two top ends of the State in the Prime Minister under Claim E35YM660, and Kent Police under HQ17X01773 with an injunction J00ME572 to stop the Police intruding into my life; examined the relationship of the State of the United Kingdom to the International Criminal Court and by extension the United Nations, all of which are available in the net here for examination: An autobiographical exploration of Reality in 90 Sections (thenewclimateformankind.com)
Times are always changing and we as humanity need to change with the times: we adjust to new realities or we get left behind. We should be leaders and not slaves to the status quo, living in the dark ages.
Come and join me in my honourable intentions to make the United Kingdom an even better place to live in. The political parties need reforming, but my party does hold the banner of the ideals that go to make a society decent and at the same time prosperous.