Bring me my bow
Forestry Commission scraps Magna Carta right to collect woods from forests - Telegraph
The Forestry Commission has scrapped the right, enshrined in the “Great Charter” at Runneymede in 1215, in order to stop people picking firewood from woodland due to health and safety fears.
“The Magna Carta states that a common man is allowed to enter forests and take deadwood for firewood, repairing homesteads, fixing tools and equipment and making charcoal.”
Boo hiss, freedom under the greensward, Robin Hood riding through the glen, dispatching HiViz killjoys to the left and to the right. We are all for that here, so what I can't find the right enshrined in the Magna Carta, but then those that are enshrined have nearly all been repealed anyway.