HasBrown twigged that signing this Treaty could be treason?
Read the newspaper report from here
If Miliband has full British citizenship then he could be landing himself in big problems being the sole signatory. Proposing the monarch restrict Parliament's powers seems to this non-legal spectator almost certain treason.
I had pondered whether Brown might be exempt as Scotland never fully participated in the Reform Act 1688/89 but unless Miliband has retained Hungarian nationality he would appear to be the sacrificial lamb. His performance as Foreign Secretary has been so abysmal I feel sure none in the Labour Party would now much care, certainly none outside that degraded mess.
Talking of ministers in trouble, Douglas Alexander looked particularly dejected behind the PM at PMQ today, it is as if he can already feel Plod's grip on his collar! It was Alexander, brother to the now known criminal leader of the Scottish Labour Party, who it was denied was responsible for withdrawing the objections to the Durham Green Business Park, I quote from the original Telegraph article, linked here
The Secretary of State to whom the Highways Agency answered was Douglas Alexander, who went on to become Gordon Brown's election co-ordinator.
As a result, the Conservative MP Chris Grayling has demanded that the Government discloses whether ministers have discussed planning applications with Mr Abrahams, Mr Ruddick or Mrs Kidd.
Last night the Highways Agency said Mr Alexander had played no part in the decision to allow the development.