Results from Kent Police & Crime Commissioner Elections

Results from Kent Police & Crime Commissioner Elections

First round results Ashford Henry Bolton (Ukip) 5,113 David Naghi (Liberal Democrat) 978 Tristan Osborne (Labour) 2,890 Gurvinder Singh (Independent) 1,850 Matthew Scott (Conservative) 6,175 Steve Uncles (Eng Democrats) 620 Turnout 20.0% Canterbury Henry Bolton (Ukip) 5,059 David Naghi (Liberal Democrat) 1,644 Tristan Osborne (Labour) 4,421 Gurvinder Singh (Independent) 2,410 Matthew Scott (Conservative) 6,296 Steve Uncles (Eng Democrats) 626 Turnout 19.4% Dartford Henry Bolton (Ukip) 3,906 David Naghi (Liberal Democrat) 429 Tristan Osborne (Labour) 3,525…

Read More

Policing

Policing

2.11 Policing 2.11.1 Policing is an increasingly difficult job due to changes in our society, which now lacks the social cohesion and shared values that once gave us a mostly peaceful and well-ordered way of life. Our cities have become places where it is impossible to perform traditional communal policing. 2.11.2 English Democrats seek a return to a system of policing which recognises the principle that all citizens are treated equally. In their efforts to…

Read More

Agriculture and Fisheries

Agriculture and Fisheries

2.9 Agriculture and Fisheries 2.9.1 English agriculture should be organised and, where necessary, financed in a way that suits English interests. Likewise, English fishing grounds should be treated as a national resource and be managed by a body which includes representatives of the English fishing industry. 2.9.2 The aim of English agriculture should be to provide good quality food at a reasonable price. This should be done in a way that is environmentally friendly. Concern…

Read More

Education

Education

2.6 Education 2.6.1 As in other public services, there is a need to constantly improve standards. The quality of education should be equal throughout England. 2.6.2 England’s prosperity is not based on natural resources but on the skills and enterprise of her people. Our well-being is bound up with the quality of education and training. Education is an expensive investment but ignorance is even more costly, in personal, economic and social terms. A substantial proportion…

Read More

Make St. George’s Day a Public Holiday

Make St. George’s Day a Public Holiday

The Scots celebrate St Andrew’s day, the Welsh celebrate St David’s day and the Irish celebrate St Patrick’s day. The people of Ireland, Scotland and Wales are all allowed to show their pride for their patron saints day. The English should be no different! The English Democrats would make St George’s day a public holiday and ensure that local events took place all over the country so our Patron Saint’s Day was celebrated just as…

Read More

Constitution

Constitution

Constitution of the English Democrats Party   Introduction Objectives and Methods Membership National Conference The National Council National Executive Officers and Groups Area Councils Resolution of Conflicts Standing Orders of the National Council Financial Rules   Introduction Name 1.1 The Party shall be called the “English Democrats” (Acceptable abbreviations – EngDem or ED) Constitution 1.2 The Constitution of The English Democrats sets out how the Party will regulate its activities so that its actions and policies…

Read More

Party History

Party History

The History of the English Democrats by Robin Tilbrook   In 1998 the Labour Government gave national devolution to Scotland and Wales. In 1999 Robin Tilbrook and James Alden registered the “English National Party” with the aim of trying to create a cutting edge to supplement the good work of the Campaign for an English Parliament, a pressure group that lobbies for a devolved English Parliament.   There followed many meetings of a Steering Committee…

Read More

Chairman

Chairman

Robin Tilbrook   Robin William Charles Tilbrook (1958, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) is a solicitor and English politician, the chairman and founder member of the English Democrats.He was a member of the Conservative Student Association and a member of the Conservative Party, at one time a Conservative candidate for Ongar Town council. He founded the English National Party in 1997, and then relaunched the party as the English Democrats in 2002 to campaign for an English…

Read More

The England Store

The England Store

For English Democrats merchandise and other English products. 10 BLACK ENGLISH DEMOCRAT POLO SHIRT £12.99  DETAILS  10 BLUE ENGLISH DEMOCRAT POLO SHIRT £12.99  DETAILS  10 ENGLISH DEMOCRAT FLEECE £19.99  DETAILS    10 ENGLISH DEMOCRAT PARTY RIPPER WALLET £6.99  DETAILS  30 ENGLISH DEMOCRATS BUMPER SITCKER £1.00  DETAILS  98 ENGLISH DEMOCRATS BUTTON BADGE £0.99  DETAILS    25 ENGLISH DEMOCRATS KEY RING £2.50  DETAILS  25 ENGLISH DEMOCRATS PIN BADGE £2.50  DETAILS  23 ENGLISH DEMOCRATS WINDOW STICKER £1.00  DETAILS …

Read More
1 23 24 25 26 27