Social contract or member of society contract

D C I Taggart made this Freedom of Information request to House of Commons

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Dear House of Commons,
I have written to several representative of government both in Scotland and Westminster, asking them to arrange a meeting for me with the government.
unfortunately these representatives only suggest other representatives thus leading me to the conclusion that government is a Corporation or legal fiction.

Now if the government is a legal fiction or Corporation it requires to enter a contract with me as a living individual
1.Please direct me to where I can obtain a copy of my contract
2 The terms and conditions of the contact

point two I cannot every remember being presented with an offer of contract, so if the government have a contract in my name then obviously this contract is a fraudulent document.
I have read a couple of replies on this site and I see some of your accomplices place great importance on the title UK, United Kingdom and great Britain
3, can you supply me with the proof this actually exists or if it is just a corporate name given to a certain land mass within the planet earth.
I sincerely hope you will answer my questions as I have come to the conclusion that under the corporation/government and its title UK, great Britain or other, I think you people are operating a slavery system
4,are all men and women living on the land mass which has been named UK England Scotland and wales, forced to abide by the statute laws produced by the corporation government and the separate society "the law society"

Yours faithfully,

D C I Taggart

FOICOMMONS, House of Commons

Dear D Taggart,
 
 
Freedom of Information Request F13-438
 
Thank you for your request for information copied below. 
 
You asked us:
 

 1. Please direct me to where I can obtain a copy of my contract as a
living individual and the terms and conditions of the contract.

 

 2. Can you supply me with the proof that the United Kingdom actually
exists or if it is just a corporate name given to a certain land mass
within the planet earth.

 
The information your require is not held by the House of Commons.
 
On this occasion we are unable to identify any other public authority as
defined in the Freedom of Information Act 2000 who may be able to assist
with your request. 
 
You may, if dissatisfied with the handling of your request, complain to
the House of Commons.  Any such complaints should be addressed to: Freedom
of Information Officer, Department of HR and Change, House of Commons
London SW1 0AA or [1][House of Commons request email]. Please ensure that you
specify the nature of your complaint and any arguments or points that you
wish to make.
 
If you remain dissatisfied, you may appeal to the Information Commissioner
at Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF,
[2]www.ico.gov.uk.
 
Yours sincerely,
 
 
 
          
IRIS Officer
Information Rights and Information Security (IRIS) Service | House of
Commons
 
 

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Dear FOICOMMONS,

Let me get your answer correct, you enforce all manner of statute laws upon me you take money out of my pocket yet you cannot answer simple questions? or direct me to the department that holds a contract signed by me which makes me a member of your state or society!

come now I asked you simple questions and I expect your answer.

Yours sincerely,

D C I Taggart

FOICOMMONS, House of Commons

Dear D Taggart,

 

Your message references an internal review, however in order to progress
this I must ask you for clarification as to the nature of the complaint
you are pursuing.

 

At this time I understand your complaint to be that you have asked
questions but not received the answer you expected and, in your opinion,
information regarding a contract signed by you should be held.  While we
endeavour to be as helpful as possible, the Freedom of Information Act
provides the requester with an access right to recorded information held
by the House of Commons.  Your request can be in the form of a question,
but the House of Commons does not have to answer your question if this
would mean creating new information, providing analysis or giving an
opinion or judgment that is not already recorded.  Further information can
be found at: [1]http://www.parliament.uk/site-informatio...

 

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 applicants have the right to
request an internal review.  This would normally relate to a decision to
withhold information (for example, due to an exemption being applied) or a
complaint about the handling of a request for information (such as failure
to meet the statutory deadline of a response within 20 working days). Our
original response to you asked that, in the event you wish to complain,
please ensure that you specify the nature of your complaint and any
arguments or points that you wish to make.

 

If the above does not fully assist you in resolving this matter, I would
be grateful if you could clarify whether you wish to pursue your complaint
as an internal review and provide clarification of the basis for the
review, or a general complaint to the House Service.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Arianne

 

Arianne Kitchener | IRIS Manager
Information Rights and Information Security (IRIS) Service | House of
Commons

 

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Dear FOICOMMONS,

Sir/Madam
I asked a couple of simple questions for a representative of your organisation to answer, but like every department of the corporation/government you people refuse or evade to answer.

now I must be one of the following

1 a slave of the british government forced to follow its demands

2 an employee of the organisation/government who has to follow corporate policy of the company government

3 A free individual who only has to follow the teachings of Jesus and his law.

now your organisation has imposed losses, demand and restrictions upon me, so at least have the decency to answer my questions above and the original (are you not public servants there to serve the public?)

Yours sincerely,

D C I Taggart

FOICOMMONS, House of Commons

Dear D Taggart,

 

Thank you for your email.

 

You have asked us to answer your question below concerning which category
of individual you are considered to belong.  This information is not held
by the House of Commons. 

 

As stated previously, the Freedom of Information Act allows access to
recorded information held by a public authority.  We are unable to
identify any other public authority who may be able to assist you with
this matter.  You might consider seeking legal advice or contacting
Citizens Advice who may be able to assist you further. 

 

You also asked us to answer your original questions:

 

1)   Please direct me to where I can obtain a copy of my contract as a
living individual and the terms and conditions of the contract.

 

2)   Can you supply me with the proof that the United Kingdom actually
exists or if it is just a corporate name given to a certain land mass
within the planet earth.

 

Our response to you in respect of these was provided on 5 September 2013,
the text of which is available [1]here.

 

If you wish to pursue an internal review of our response please clarify
the basis for the review as previously requested.  Following the internal
review, if you remain dissatisfied, you may appeal to the Information
Commissioner (ICO) at Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9
5AF, [2]www.ico.gov.uk. Further information about the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 can be found on the ICO’s website.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Arianne

 

Arianne Kitchener | IRIS Manager
Information Rights and Information Security (IRIS) Service | House of
Commons

 

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Dear FOICOMMONS,
You and the government of the day make up laws and force them on people "persons" and thus is supposed to be done with the consent of the governed

Now you have been very evasive to date, now if your government and its private police force can enforce laws upon me then You should have no problem in providing the bona fide proof that your laws are real and are lawful

Yours sincerely,

D C I Taggart

FOICOMMONS, House of Commons

Dear D Taggart,

 

Thank you for your request for information which appears to be a
repetition of previous requests.

 

Section 14(2) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 states that “where a
public authority has previously complied with a request for information
which was made by any person, it is not obliged to comply with a
subsequent identical or substantially similar request from that person
unless a reasonable interval has elapsed between compliance with the
previous request and the making of a current request.”

 

We have decided that s.14(2) of the Act applies to your current request
for information because this is substantially similar to your previous
query and your request is refused.

 

If your request, as suggested by the subject line of your message, is for
an internal review of our previous response then I must ask you for
clarification as to the nature of the complaint you are pursuing.

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 applicants have the right to
request an internal review.  This would normally relate to a decision to
withhold information (for example, due to an exemption being applied) or a
complaint about the handling of a request for information (such as failure
to meet the statutory deadline of a response within 20 working days). Our
original response to you asked that, in the event you wish to complain,
please ensure that you specify the nature of your complaint and any
arguments or points that you wish to make.

 

If you remain dissatisfied, you may appeal to the Information Commissioner
at Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF,
[1]www.ico.gov.uk.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Arianne

 

Arianne Kitchener | IRIS Manager
Information Rights and Information Security (IRIS) Service | House of
Commons

 

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