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15/06/2015 09:58 BST | Updated 15/06/2015 10:00 BST

Magna Carta: The Tory Translation

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, foreground,  is shown a copy of the Magna Carta by Dr Claire Breay of the British Library, during a reception to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, at Buckingham Palace, in central London Monday, Feb. 23, 2015. The Magna Carta established the timeless principle that no individual, even a monarch, is above the law. In 1215, 40 rebellious barons came together to declare their rights to King John, and he reluctantly consented to their demands in an attempt to avoid civil war.  (AP Photo/ Nick Ansell, Pool)
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, foreground, is shown a copy of the Magna Carta by Dr Claire Breay of the British Library, during a reception to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, at Buckingham Palace, in central London Monday, Feb. 23, 2015. The Magna Carta established the timeless principle that no individual, even a monarch, is above the law. In 1215, 40 rebellious barons came together to declare their rights to King John, and he reluctantly consented to their demands in an attempt to avoid civil war. (AP Photo/ Nick Ansell, Pool)

HuffPost UK Comedy can exclusively reveal the Conservative Party's translation of Magna Carta on which they base their ethics and interpretations of the law.

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(Created for HuffPost UK Comedy by David Schneider, David Beresford and Handface)

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