The English Democrats are England’s most thorough “out” campaigners for England

The English Democrats are England’s most thorough “out” campaigners for England

EU Referendum news – English Democrats registered as registered ‘Leave’ campaigners The English Democrats are pleased to announce that our application to register as a registered campaigner by the Electoral Commission in the referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union to ‘Leave’ has been accepted and that the English Democrats have been added to the register of permitted participants in the referendum. Robin Tilbrook said that:- “The English Democrats are England’s most thorough…

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Boris Johnson: The liberal cosmopolitan case to Vote Leave

Boris Johnson: The liberal cosmopolitan case to Vote Leave

Boris Johnson: The liberal cosmopolitan case to Vote Leave May 09, 2016 This morning Boris Johnson MP made the liberal cosmopolitan case to Vote Leave at the headquarters of the Vote Leave campaign. The full speech:  I am pleased that this campaign has so far been relatively free of personal abuse – and long may it so remain – but the other day someone insulted me in terms that were redolent of 1920s Soviet Russia….

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Michael Gove: ‘The Facts of Life Say Leave’

Michael Gove: ‘The Facts of Life Say Leave’

Michael Gove: ‘The Facts of Life Say Leave’ Please note the speech starts at approx 23 minutes.   In a keynote speech, Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary Michael Gove today set out a positive vision for the UK’s future outside the EU. To read the full speech please click here.   Key extracts are below: ‘Since 1975, we have already sent the staggering sum of over half a trillion pounds to Brussels. If we vote…

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Leaked Govt Report: Mass Immigration Damaging England

Leaked Govt Report: Mass Immigration Damaging England

Dan Kitwood/Getty Images by NICK HALLETT 23 Apr 2016  Mass immigration from the European Union is having a “disproportionate” impact on Britain and damaging social cohesion, a leaked government analysis has said. The document states that citizens of other EU states are overwhelmingly the best performers in Britain’s jobs market, accounting for 75 per cent of the growth in the UK’s employment figures. Eastern Europeans especially are taking low-skilled jobs and then having their income topped…

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When asked why English lawyers should want our country to leave the EU…

When asked why English lawyers should want our country to leave the EU…

With debate over the UK’s continuing participation in the European Union hotting up, Solicitors Journal invites its readers to explain which way they are voting come the 23 June referendum. Can they persuade you? Sir, When asked why English lawyers should want our country to leave the EU, I would respond that lawyers should be the best and most loyal citizens. Any good citizen should be proud of his or her country. In the case of England, we have…

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Monmouthshire England

Monmouthshire England

History of Monmouthshire   Ambiguity over Welsh status Monmouthshire’s Welsh status was ambiguous until the relatively recently, with it often thought of as part of England. The entirety of Wales was made part of the Kingdom of England by the Statute of Rhuddlan, but did not adopt the same civil governance system, with the area of Monmouthshire being under the control of Marcher Lords.   The Laws in Wales Act 1535 integrated Wales directly into…

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GOVT MIS-USING POLICE COMMISSIONER ELECTION FUNDS for EU PROPAGANDA

GOVT MIS-USING POLICE COMMISSIONER ELECTION FUNDS for EU PROPAGANDA

The Cabinet Office refused to spend what they claimed was £9 million on an information booklet for the Police Commissioner Elections which was recommended by the Electoral Commission, but instead it is set to waste £9 million on a booklet of propaganda for the European Union about which the Electoral Commission has stated as:- “We don’t think the government should have done it, but it’s not illegal,” and that:- “Electoral Commission recommended that the Government…

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