The Red Arrows RAF fly over the Magna Carta memorial during a commemoration in Runnymede, England.
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Queen Elizabeth II led commemorations Monday to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta – but the human rights the document helped enshrine are at the center of a modern political feud.The Magna Carta – Latin for Great Charter – is considered the founding document of English law and civil liberties and was an inspiration for the U.S. Constitution.Cameron said it was modern Britons' duty to safeguard the charter's "momentous achievement".But opponents accuse him of trying to undermine rights.
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