The Freedom Association’s Better Off Out campaign’s daily update

The Freedom Association’s Better Off Out campaign’s daily update

One issue that can be readily seen post-referendum is that so many of those who opposed Brexit still remain in prominent positions, and have seemingly refused to change their perspectives. Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, is one of them. Last week, Mr Carney said that the outlook for the UK economy remains “sluggish”, despite all the good news that we’ve seen since the EU Referendum. As a result of his pessimism, the…

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England Suffers at the hands of the British Government.

England Suffers at the hands of the British Government.

Councils ‘failing’ to house elderly, survey reveals   A survey reveals a ‘shocking’ failure by many councils to provide housing for older people, its authors claim. Law firm Irwin Mitchell says two thirds of UK local authorities are failing to prioritise housing for the elderly. It says less than 10% have both an elderly persons’ housing planning policy and allocated development sites for such housing despite an ageing population. The firm examined the current and…

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Niqab ban does not violate human rights

Niqab ban does not violate human rights

Niqab ban does not violate human rights The European Court of Human Rights has upheld the Belgian ban on Islamic burqas and other full-face veils by ruling that it does not violate human rights. In doing so the Court has held by its position in S.A.S v. France (2014), where it ruled that a similar ban in France was lawful. In these latest cases the Court was asked to rule on the lawfulness of such bans in…

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British Government uses English Tax Money to bail out other nations failed economies.

British Government uses English Tax Money to bail out other nations failed economies.

The Public Expenditure by Country and Region (meaning England) shows, as the title suggests, public expenditure per head for each country and region of the UK http://englishdemocrats.party/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/SN04033.pdf The table shows considerable variation between the different parts of the UK. For example, public spending per head is £8,816 in England compared with £10,983 in Northern Ireland – a difference of around £2,200. Public expenditure per head in Northern Ireland is 21% higher than the UK average, in…

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HOW MUCH ENGLISH MONEY WILL BE USED TO BUY DEMOCRATIC UNIONISTS’ SUPPORT IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS?

HOW MUCH ENGLISH MONEY WILL BE USED TO BUY DEMOCRATIC UNIONISTS’ SUPPORT IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS?

The current level of Barnet Formula style annual block grant from the English taxpayer to Northern Ireland is standing at £10.4 billion per year.  That is somewhat more than the total net subscription/subsidy to the European Union that so much of the argument during the European Referendum campaign was about! That adds up to a subsidy to every man, woman and child in Northern Ireland of £5,437 more public money than they will averagely have…

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