This Day in History - 24th May ten-year-old Lambert Simnel was crowned in Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin, with the name of Edward VI in a bid to threaten King Henry VII's reign.

Breaking News: Traitor May Forced Out

Brexit Traitor Theresa May has announced her resignation, breaking down in tears as she revealed she is standing down as Conservative party leader on Friday 7 June. 


Some time on Thursday last week Facebook “Disabled” my “Personal Profile”.

This Day in History - 23rd May Saxon King Alfred defeated the Danes at Edington, Wiltshire. As part of the peace agreement, the Danish King, Guthrum, accepted Christianity and was baptized as a Christian.


EU elections Today: Get out the Vote

As a Party that has long been committed to coming out of the EU, the English Democrats are naturally reluctant to get involved in another round of EU elections.  However, on reflection there is a benefit for the case which we are fighting for a Declaration from the High Court, declaring that UK has already left the EU as of the 29th March 2019. 


Verhofstadt Admits EU Wants an ‘Empire’

Guy Verhofstadt has said that in order to compete with the rest of the world, the European Union must become an “empire.”


Remembering Lee Rigby and the Manchester bombing Victims

A private civic memorial service has been held at St Ann’s church to remember the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing. The families of those killed, people who were injured, and representatives from first responders were all in attendance. 

This Day in History - 22nd May the Wars of the Roses, Richard of York and the Nevilles attacked the court at St Albans, capturing Henry VI and killing Edmund Beaufort, Duke of Somerset.


knife crime death toll passes 100

There has been one fatal stabbing every 1.45 days so far this year in England and Wales. If killings continued at that rate for the rest of the year, the total would be slightly lower than the 285 stabbing deaths recorded in 2017-18.