So many of us have criticised the way our nation’s affairs have for years been mismanaged. Every ‘party’ which steps up, promising to ‘change politics for the better’, changes nothing. However, a group has emerged in Cornwall which is well organized, which is building community assemblies – they go under the title:


and I have taken the liberty of putting the text of their ‘manifesto’ under our usual heading – for no other reason than to get the information out to all those of you who have shown an interest in bringing people together.

Please take time to read through their information and send a short email to – info@livingstones.uk – letting us know what you think.

Although this site refers to the ‘Community Assembly of the British Isles’, we will pass your application to the Community Assemblies of Wales, England, Scotland, Cornwall, Isle of Man or Ireland which are the individual National Assemblies. From there, your details will go to Regional and Local Assemblies. It is the Local Assemblies which are the most important to us, as this is an administration for the people and by the people. There are no elected representatives making decisions for you which you may not have agreed to. 

Please be diligent when filling out the application form as we require an identifiable name (first name and last name), a location which includes town and county (or in some cases a town and country), an e-mail address and an indication that you agree to the common law oath. Any further information is voluntary, but a phone number is very handy at times. The only information that can ever be shared outside of the Community Assemblies is confirmation that you have taken an oath to common law which may be asked for in relation to the current statutory system. 

This is not a chat site, and our communities only use the ‘Trooth’ platform for the purpose of relaying information: you may be restricted if you do not complete your profile or display a photo. You must also display your registered name unless you really have changed your name to ‘Truth Fairy’ by deed poll, or registered it as your name with the common law courts and are using that name in all other aspects of your life.

Community Assemblies are groups of women and men who provide mutual support to residents and to each other to ensure that all are treated fairly by the authorities, including health and social care services.  These Assemblies are made up of residents concerned about a lack of democratic process at a local and national level, dedicated to preserving and asserting our inalienable rights and obligations to ourselves, to the planet and to future generations.

The Community Assembly is not a new concept, it has been around since King Alfred, who introduced it between the years 870 and 890 AD. We abide by Natural Common Law which is the very bedrock of our constitution – with all other laws being subservient to it.  The four main tenets of common law are;-

Do no Harm – Commit no Fraud – Cause no Loss – Keep the Peace.

We need to build a network of people in Assemblies across as wide an area as possible to do the following:

Gather and disseminate information:

This is now starting to come together. I would like to formally invite other groups to forge links with us to enhance this network. Please join our Community Assemblies if you would like to play a more active role in bringing truth and support to as wide an audience as possible. This cooperation between ourselves and other organizations has allowed us to achieve much more than we originally dreamt possible in such a short time-frame.

Expertise & Support:

Our aim is to use the expertise of individuals within local groups to help and support others. We are now setting up Community Assemblies across the British Isles: we are in close touch with Assemblies in Canada as well as fledgling groups in the USA and South Africa: we are also offering support to other countries in any way that we can.  The Community Assemblies operate under Common or Natural Law and allow members to take back control of their own lives.

Fair Treatment:

We aim to ensure that members are treated fairly by authorities, including health and social care services which are currently denying individuals much needed care. We have a wealth of natural healers and care professionals in our ranks, and it is not beyond our scope to run our own health service.

Building Communities:

We need to increase our numbers!  At present, Cornwall is ahead of the rest of Great Britain which is why we are taking the lead in helping other groups to set up. Numbers are important simply because we are going to need a very wide range of skillsets.

Skills and roles:

We need people from all walks of life and all skill groups. If you would like to take a more pro-active role then we certainly need you. Most people are already using social media in one way or another and our contact details are readily available from many sites.  If you would like to contact me directly then my e-mail address is john@naturaltreatmentuk.co.uk.


The aim here is not to move you away from other social media platforms, but rather to provide another means of communication amongst like-minded individuals in face-to-face meetings.  The most urgent help we need is on recruitment. It can sometimes take a while to convince people to take a ‘leap of faith’ and join us, but we should not be pushy or judgmental, as in this community people are encouraged to take ownership of their own decisions. We now cover the whole of the British Isles as far as National and Regional Assemblies are concerned and we are now setting up Local Assemblies.  The Common Law Courts are training constables to enforce the law and we have asked to take part in that process ourselves. The CLC provide the training for our Peace Constables in the new Peace Force


People have the right to make their own decisions and walk their own path and that is exactly what the Community Assemblies are all about. We want people to take responsibility for their own lives and, through their own actions, create a stable and lasting community throughout the world. Whenever a discovery is made, or a solution obtained, we share that achievement with the rest of the community, not with thoughts of self-aggrandizement or economic gain but only for the simple pleasure of helping others.

How to join

To let us know that you want to be involved with your Local Community Assembly please fill in the contact form linked below *, and you will receive an email once we have processed your application. It will help if you let us know whereabouts you live so that we can either attach you to a current Assembly or let you know when one forms in your area. We must reiterate that this is not an online chat group, we are real people meeting face to face, making decisions over the administration of our own communities. The commitment to natural or common law is essential – please do remember that to give a false name is in contravention of this commitment and is deemed to be fraud. We understand that many people on other sites do use names that are not their own but please remember, this is a private site and is not open to the public. Trying to hide your identity is an insult to the integrity of your fellow Community Assembly members.

  • Those who wish to support this work, please go to the link below to register basic contact details:

          a confirmation email will be sent to the email address you give.

Please SHARE this information with your friends and contacts, our country badly needs to come together and this is a concept which CAN succeed if we all work at it.

Sincerely yours

Andrew Livingstone   – 


  1. Hello

    I’m trying to learn as much as possible about common law and am interested in joining your community assemblies

    My post code is SO14 1JN


    1. Thank you Babs Mckay, for your interest. If you go to https://ke-ca.co.uk/ ,leave your full name, and fill in the details at the foot of the post, a confirmation email will be sent to the address you give, and, if there is already a Local Assembly, you can be linked up with others, and also the ‘county’ Assembly. If you have any questions, our contact details are at the foot of the blog..


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