English Votes for English Laws (“EVEL”) is a Westminster focussed political gimmic

English Votes for English Laws (“EVEL”) is a Westminster focussed political gimmic

English Votes for English Laws (“EVEL”) is a Westminster focussed political gimmick not a constitutionally valid solution to the “English Question” and cannot work for the following reasons:- If EVEL is introduced without legislation it would be merely a procedural Convention, without the force of law.  It is much easier to change Conventions than to repeal Acts of Parliament. EVEL does not address who governs England (The English Question) and would lead to a situation…

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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…

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Leaflets and Posters

Leaflets and Posters

Below are logos we use on our website, if you want to print off an A4 version to place in your windows then please click the appropriate link   Agenda for Change Creative England English Jobs for English Workers Fairer England For a Better Tomorrow Greener England Healther England Help Shape Englands Future Lets make Englands Wealth work for its people Not Left, Not Right, Just English Protect our Borders Protect our Children Protect our…

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English Parliament

English Parliament

1.5 A Parliament for England 1.5.1 The English Democrats campaign for an Independent England, an Independent England would have an English Parliament, English Prime Minister, and directly elected English Members or Parliament sitting in the English Parliament. 1.5.2 We reject the plans for regional assemblies because, among other things, they will promote disunity and conflict with England. 1.5.3 The English Democrats’ will study the future findings of the English Constitutional Convention (ECC), and may accommodate…

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