Direct Democracy is the best form of modern government but will only produce fair and safe legislation if permitted to operate with the safeguards and parameters of a Bill of Rights that guarantees every free British citizen his or her alienable rights and liberties.
The British know instinctively what these rights and liberties are. They are ancient. Our ancestors fought and suffered to establish and preserve them. But we struggle to lay our hands on the exact passages within our laws and Constitution that contain these rights.
In recent times we have witnessed Parliament attempt to destroy many of our long-held liberties. It is therefore time to codify these liberties in plain English, in a single document, that every free citizen can cite in confident defence of their God-given freedoms.