A Parliament for England

A video of the Parliament for England discussing and voting. In 1261 Simon de Montfort called his first parliament. Parliaments started with the Anglo-Saxon Kings of England the first of which was King Athelstan who was recognised as the King of All England in 927 AD. In Anglo-Saxon England all were subject to the law and to parliament including the King and the Church. This was not true of the feudal parliaments started by William I…

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ENGLISH BILL OF RIGHTS 2015

ENGLISH BILL OF RIGHTS 2015

ENGLISH BILL OF RIGHTS 2015 Download the Bill of Rights Being Amendments To The Great Democracy Charter Of St Albans 2013 First. On the Sovereignty of the People and Nation of England. We assert that sovereignty resides in the People and Nation of England and in no other person, group, body or organisation whether elected or not and that all powers, authority, prerogatives and privileges and all other aspects that arise from this sovereignty that…

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600th Anniversary of Battle of Agincourt

600th Anniversary of Battle of Agincourt

Cry ‘God for Harry, England, and Saint George!’ The Battle of Agincourt was fought on St. Crispin’s Day (25th October 1415), so today is the 600th Anniversary. The battle was fought between the English army of King Henry V and a French army that had no clear leader, partly due to the fact that Charles VI of France was mad and his son a ‘couch potato’.

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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…

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