A Government critic has failed in his High Court attempt to make Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott appear at a magistrates' court to answer charges of treason.
Robin de Crittenden has refused to pay his road tax on the grounds that to do so would be contrary to his duty under the constitution "not to give aid or comfort to traitors - the Government".
Instead he has a "licence" document explaining his actions displayed on his windscreen.
He has been charged with failing to buy a road fund licence for his car and appeared at Walsall magistrates court.
Yesterday he asked Lady Justice Smith and Mr Justice Newman at the High Court in London for a judicial review of the magistrates' decision not to grant him a witness order requiring the attendance of Mr Prescott, a former Transport Minister.
The judges accepted his application was not frivolous, but told him his case was unarguable.
A major accusation made by Mr de Crittenden is that the Government has been complicit in handing over UK sovereignty to the EU, which he describes as "a specifically treasonous offence under our constitution". ..SUPL: