Clause 61 of Magna Carta

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Dear Privy Council Office,

As you are aware, or should; be, that the Magna Carta 1215 is a charter which is beyond the reach of parliament and therefore of statute law. The Magna Carta 1215 is beyond the reach of parliament, as parliament can only undo what it has done.
It is not an Act of Parliament and therefore Magna Carta cannot be repealed by parliament. As a contract between sovereign and subjects, Parliament is made by the law, and is not above it.
Magna Carter is a contract between the Sovereign and the people. “It is not a statute and therefore cannot be repealed,”
Can you please confirm that Clause 61 of Magna Carta is still legally standing.
Yours faithfully,

Charlie

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Dear Sir
Please find attached acknowledgement of your FOI request.
Regards
Margaret Newell
Privy Council Office
Room G/04
1 Horse Guards Road
London SW1A 2HQ
0207 271 3292

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PCO Enquiries Mailbox, Privy Council Office

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Dear Sir
Please find attached reply to your FOI request.
Regards
Margaret Newell
Privy Council Office
Room G/04
1 Horse Guards Road
London SW1A 2HQ
0207 271 3292

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