I’m English First British Second! A Debate with Jon Gaunt

I’m English First British Second! A Debate with Jon Gaunt

I’m tired of being told I’m racist for saying I’m proud to be English! According to new research, English patriotism is on the rise but the number of us who call ourselves British has gone down. I spoke to Professor John Denham, former Labour cabinet minister and now Professor in English Identity and Politics at Winchester University about his findings. I also spoke to Robin Tilbrooke, Chairman of the English Democrats. Is the rise in…

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13 years ago this month Labour forced through the English Higher Education bill with votes from Scottish MPs

13 years ago this month Labour forced through the English Higher Education bill with votes from Scottish MPs

13 years ago this month Labour forced through the English Higher Education Bill with votes from Scottish MPs. Those 4-5 year old who were just starting Primary schools at the time of the vote would have been oblivious to what had occurred, however the time as now come for them to realise the impact of Labours Education Bill, and Scotland’s involvement in English Education, as they look towards University education. Not only are our students…

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The drums are getting louder!

The drums are getting louder!

The drums are getting louder! Over the last few years we have seen an increasingly audible and increasingly un-ignorable, drum roll of problems arising out of militant Islam and Islamist activists. This drum roll whilst getting louder and faster is of course nowhere near its crescendo as yet. But recently here in Europe we have not only had the attacks in France, Belgium and Germany but also a number of foiled attacks and also attacks…

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Answers to the “England is too big” to have its own Parliament argument

Answers to the “England is too big” to have its own Parliament argument

Answers to the “England is too big” to have its own Parliament argument I have recently been hearing of several Tory MPs who have been doing the rounds making arguments against an English Parliament. One of those is Sir Oliver Heald MP, who recently spoke at a meeting of Oxfordshire Conservatives, in which he claimed the reason why England could not have its Parliament and Government like the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish ones was…

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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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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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