Ex-UKIP Councillor joins English Democrats

Ex-UKIP Councillor joins English Democrats

  Ex-UKIP Councillor joins English Democrats The English Democrats are delighted to announce that Councillor Alex Porter of Tendring District Council has announced his intention to join the English Democrats and we are delighted to welcome him as a member of the English Democrats and as a Councillor for the English Democrats.   Robin Tilbrook, the Chairman of the English Democrats said:-  “I am delighted to welcome Councillor Alex Porter as a member of the…

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BETRAYAL OF THE ENGLISH: Scottish MPs STILL rule England after Cameron ‘sold voters a pup’

BETRAYAL OF THE ENGLISH: Scottish MPs STILL rule England after Cameron ‘sold voters a pup’

DAVID CAMERON’S flagship pledge to give English voters a voice against meddling Nicola Sturgeon was a barefaced “lie” and not worth the paper it was written on, experts concluded today in a damning assessment of his legacy. By NICK GUTTERIDGE The Express 16:21, Fri, Dec 2, 2016   In a scathing post mortem of one of the ex-PM’s most highly publicised policies experts concluded that the English Votes for English Laws (EVEL) initiative has been “worthless”. …

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Labour must stop “obsessing” over diversity and start trying to secure the votes of the white working class, A Labour MP has said. 

Labour must stop “obsessing” over diversity and start trying to secure the votes of the white working class, A Labour MP has said. 

Labour MP Stephen Kinnock says the party has become obsessed with diversity  Stephen Kinnock called for an end to ‘identity politics’  Credit: JON SUPER/EPA Laura Hughes, Political Correspondent Labour must stop “obsessing” over diversity and start trying to secure the votes of the white working class, A Labour MP has said. Stephen Kinnock, the MP for Aberavon, called on the party stop practicing “identity politics” because every racial and religious group is struggling with social mobility….

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Scotland’s overspending gap plugged with more English Taxes

Scotland’s overspending gap plugged with more English Taxes

Scotland gets £800 million but income tax forecasts fall sharply Philip Hammond announced an extra £800 million will be added to Scotland’s budget Simon Johnson, Scottish Political Editor Scottish ministers are to receive an extra £800 million to spend on improving the country’s infrastructure, the Chancellor has announced as official forecasts for income tax revenue north of the Border were cut sharply. Philip Hammond said his Autumn Statement contained a “very significant” boost to the…

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What might an English Parliament look like?

What might an English Parliament look like?

What might an English Parliament look like? The Constitution Unit is consulting on the design options Posted on November 24, 2016 by The Constitution Unit The Constitution Unit has recently begun work on a new project examining the design options for an English Parliament. This was once seen as an unrealistic proposal but support has grown in recent years and it therefore now deserves to be taken more seriously. Nonetheless many major questions about what an English Parliament might…

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Andy Burnham – part of the political culture in Westminster who as “failed to provide answers” on issues that affect us all.

Andy Burnham – part of the political culture in Westminster who as “failed to provide answers” on issues that affect us all.

A recent article in the online magazine www.aboutmanchester.co.uk posts about Andy Burnham, however as we are unable to post comment on the page I thought I would give an insight into he true Andy Burnham. Andy Burnham has been part of the political culture in Westminster for the past 15 years, was at the heart of the last Labour Government and part of a political culture which failed to provide answers in the post-industrial world. So…

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