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Dear Followers, On the 5th July, the British Academy in association with the Carnegie Trust, is holding a one-day conference entitled “Governing England: Devolution and Identity in England”. The Campaign for an English Parliament has not be included in the line-up of speakers. The e-mail tree below is an insight into how difficult it is for […]
Dear Members and Supporters Please read the following article. The Campaign for an English Parliament is quoted and has highlighted that the £1.0 Billion given to Northern Ireland via the DUP /Conservative deal is actually English taxes. I again urge you to ask friends and family to join our campaign. http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/821267/DUP-Arlene-Foster-London-finalise-minority-government-conservative-theresa-may All the Best Eddie […]
Dear Members and Supporters We urge you to listen to Lord Chris Patton and Jacob Rees-Mogg discuss and accept that Northern Ireland has been over funded. Yet during the interview, you will note that Lord Patton cannot bring himself to acknowledge that it is England, as a nation, that is the most disadvantaged. The part of […]
Scotland will get more English tax money if more goes to Northern Ireland as a result of the Tories striking a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party.
Dear Members and Supporters I ask you to ponder David Mundell, The Scottish Secretary’s comments in the article below because he makes two very clear points. Both points should concern any English patriot and anyone who realises that England is being unfairly treated by the British government. He stated: ‘There are rules. The Barnett Formula […]
On the 16th May 2017, Labour’s British manifesto called for a First Minister for England…. It is clear for all to see: Labour will create a role for a Minister for England! PAGE 103 http://www.labour.org.uk/page/-/Images/manifesto-2017/Labour%20Manifesto%202017.pdf We need a relationship of equals with devolved administrations. Labour will create a role for a Minister […]
Campaign for an English parliament – analysis on who won on the English question in the Stoke Central by-election On the 21st January 2017, Paul Nuttall stood behind the rostrum at UKIPs Stoke Central by-election launch and said after 6 minutes that he had pride in England and UKIP supported the creation of an English Parliament. […]