The Bill of Rights 1688 is still in force today, from which I quote:
"By Levying Money for and to the Use of the Crowne by pretence of Prerogative for other time and in other manner then the same was granted by Parlyament."
On the subject of the "Eurozone Bail-out", quite apart from the whole subject having any connection with British taxpayers, any "deal" negotiated by Darling, or any other government representative - and with the tacit approval and/or agreement of a representative of an in-coming government - is illegal is it not?
How can a levy of funds be made on our nation, especially by a foreign body, if said levy has not previously been agreed by our Parliament?
So, contrary to what Hague assured the House of Commons, Parliament is not sovereign. Don't recall this small point being raised by any of our supposedly Eurosceptic MPs - or did I blink and miss it? Perhaps Douglas Carswell, for example, can enlighten those who admire his anti-EU credentials, but are constantly puzzled by his failure to apply constitutional law.
Just asking DC, just asking.........