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English Democrats National Secretary, Workers of England Union General Secretary & English TUC General Secretary.

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  • rsvped for Annual General Meeting 21.09.19 2019-04-26 14:54:15 +0100

    Annual General Meeting 21.09.19

    Agenda to be confirmed

    WHEN
    September 21, 2019 at 9:30am
    WHERE
    Hilton Hotel
    21 Junction Approach
    Leicester LE19 1WQ
    United Kingdom
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  • signed Anthem for England 2019-02-01 17:23:12 +0000

    Anthem for England

    Have you noticed how the national anthem of the United Kingdom is only played for England?

    When England play at football, rugby union, and at many other sporting events, then the national anthem of the United Kingdom is played. Whilst Scotland, Wales, and N. Ireland play their own respective national anthems and not the anthem of the United Kingdom.

    Many Scots, Welsh & Northern Irish sporting fans have explained how annoyed they are that the national anthem of the United Kingdom ,God Save the Queen, is only played for England, who they are competing against, as this robs them of showing their love for the UK.

    If England play Jerusalem, and then afterwards play God Save the Queen as a unifying anthem, then sporting fans from the home nations would be able to sing God Save the Queen together, which would allow them to show their loyalty to the UK.

    One of the sporting exceptions is the England athletics team, they had a peoples vote and Jerusalem was overwhelmingly voted as the Anthem to be played when England athletics win at sporting events.

    Click HERE and show your support that England should have her own anthem played at all sporting events when England compete.

    Regards

    Stephen Morris

    National Secretary

     

    P.S. By submitting our petitions to the sporting bodies we're showing that we will no longer tolerate the discrimination being levelled against people who are English and Proud

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  • published English NHS in Manifesto 2018-12-18 14:27:12 +0000

    English NHS

    2.4 Health

    2.4.1 We are committed to making the National Health Service an efficient organisation which provides a high quality service for all citizens.
    2.4.2 The need for improvement is such that it may be necessary to adopt a simplified approach to structure and management.
    2.4.3 The priority given to a patient’s treatment should be based on medical need, not artificial management targets. Bearing this in mind, we would create a N.H.S. Inspectorate on a similar basis to the very successful schools Inspectorate. Its purpose would be to raise standards of service, ensure equal quality of healthcare throughout England, and check malpractice in both the NHS and the private healthcare sector.
    2.4.4 Care in the Community as a policy has manifestly failed, not only to protect the public, but also to protect the mentally ill, partly through inadequate funding. English Democrats policy is that as long as it is considered that an individual poses a significant risk either to themselves or to the public, they should remain in secure care.
    2.4.5 NHS services must not be made freely available to non-nationals.
    2.4.6 All those entering the UK must have valid health insurance covering their stay. Those seeking residency must provide proof of passing full health checks by an accredited clinic or doctor for HIV, Tuberculosis, Leprosy, Hepatitis and other diseases if such are prevalent in their home country.
    2.4.7 Entrance into the UK will not be permitted for those who have contagious or debilitating illnesses which could threaten public health, compromise their private health insurance, or are likely to place an unacceptable burden on the NHS.


  • published Recieve our Newsletter 2018-12-17 23:01:37 +0000

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  • published English Parliament in Manifesto 2018-12-14 10:28:51 +0000

    English Parliament

     

    N.B. Our manifesto can only be changed by the membership of our party at our annual conference, as such sections relating to the European Union and any referendum will be updated shortly. 

    3.9 The European Union

    3.9.1 The English Democrats favour European co-operation and trade but not a European political entity which undermines the independence, sovereignty, and democratic institutions of European states.

    3.9.2 European integration, as conceived by the Frenchman Jean Monnet, had the aim of tying Germany into a network of political and economic links with France and other European states so that it would be impossible for Germany to go to war with them. That was by no means the only motivation for seeking ever-closer political and economic union. The interests of Germany and France came together in the peculiar circumstances following World War II. Advantage could be gained for both by combining a post-war German economic revival with French political and agricultural dominance. Germany gained a secure market for its manufacturing industry and France gained a protected market and financial support for its agriculture. In addition, France obtained privileged access to the European market for its colonial produce, and took the lead in building European institutions on the French model – centralised and bureaucratic. The aim from the beginning was to enmesh the states of Europe in an economic, political and military union from which they could not break free. That goal was, and still is, considered more important than the democratic nicety of explaining the goal to the electorate and seeking its approval.

    3.9.3 The states of the EU cannot be successfully run as either an economic or social whole. Their economic and cultural circumstances are very different. Each needs to be governed in a way which accords not only with material needs but also with the democratic, cultural and other traditions of the indigenous nations. The one-size-fits-all approach of EU institutions is a recipe for disaster.

    3.9.5 The EU has become a top heavy and outdated bureaucratic hulk which is unsuited to an age when the people of Europe need democratic nation-states to protect them and their unique cultures from the excesses of global corporations, global institutions and the global economy. The EU is a part of the problem, not the solution.

    3.9.6 (To be amended) The English Democrats will seek referendum authorisation to decide this country’s future relationship with the E.U. That referendum should include the option of leaving the EU and joining the European Free Trade Association, EFTA, whose countries have a free trade agreement with the EU.

    3.9.7 (To be Amended) The English Democrats believe that this country should leave the EU and will campaign forcefully to that end. 

    3.9.8 (To be amended) If, in a referendum, England votes to leave the EU, then the English Democrats believe that we should so leave. It is the English who make the payments to the EU and the other UK nations rely upon the English to continue to do so. In a referendum, the English Democrats would set out the costs that would need to be paid in order to keep the UK as a whole in the EU. The electorate has a right to know the amount of tax which they might be expected to pay.

    3.9.9 If England votes to leave then all payments to the EU should cease forthwith and England should re-assert its own sovereignty vis-à-vis the EU. This would involve taking back powers that have been ceded and our own territorial waters.

    3.9.10 (To be amended) On leaving the EU, we would hope and expect that the other UK nations would likewise leave in order to preserve a cohesive British state and avoid unnecessary division. In the event of one or more of the other UK nations preferring to remain in the EU – then England should leave the EU nonetheless, unilaterally if necessary.


  • published Ecology and Environment in Manifesto 2018-12-14 10:06:16 +0000

    Ecology and Environment

    2.10 Ecology and the Environment

    2.10.1 The English Democrats believe that the resources of land and sea should be used in a way which gives due consideration to the long-term consequences. Each generation holds the environment in trust for future generations. We should not leave them to bear the cost of our selfish and short-sighted behaviour. Guiding principles

    2.10.2 The English Democrats recognise the shortcomings of the Kyoto Treaty but support initiatives which aim to guide us to a low carbon economy.

    2.10.3 Zero-pollution hydrogen fuel-cell power-packs are available, sized to power vehicles through to large buildings and entire localities. We support programmes to develop a hydrogen supply infrastructure, with particular focus on hydrogen originally created using renewable energy. We support the establishment of English pilot towns that will generate their own power using hydrogen fuel cells. We call for the scheme to be rolled out across England upon successful completion of the pilot trials.

    2.10.4 Greater use of renewable resources and the more efficient use of energy. This should include encouragement for Green industries, especially energy generation, and the construction of energy efficient buildings.

    2.10.5 Laws to prevent and deter pollution. The polluter should be made to pay.

    2.10.6 Controls on noise pollution from roads, airports, domestic, and other sources.

    2.10.7 All major planning decisions should be subject to an efficient and speedy system of public enquiry with the final decision being made by an English Parliament.

    2.10.8 The English Democrats promote much tighter restrictions on green-field development and a better use of brown-field sites.

    2.10.9 The English Democrats encourage the use of local building materials and designs throughout England. Greater consideration should be given to aesthetics. Our towns and cities have for many years been plagued with ugly buildings and uninspired uniformity of design. The fault for this often lies not with architects or planners but with those who determine the allocation of funds. Too often the overriding consideration for new buildings and development projects is cost. Modern architectural designs and building techniques could, in the proper place, greatly improve our environment.

    2.10.10 Improvement in building standards, e.g. better sound insulation and larger minimum room sizes.

    2.10.11 The English Democrats will initiate greater local control of planning and other environmental issues.

    2.10.12 The English Democrat will promote viable village communities with affordable accommodation for the young.

    2.10.13 Animal experimentation is to be sanctioned only in connection with human health and where no practicable alternative exists.


  • published EU Political Project in Manifesto 2018-12-13 16:51:51 +0000

    EU Political Project

    N.B. Our manifesto can only be changed by the membership of our party at our annual conference, as such sections relating to the European Union and any referendum will be updated shortly. 

    3.9 The European Union

    3.9.1 The English Democrats favour European co-operation and trade but not a European political entity which undermines the independence, sovereignty, and democratic institutions of European states.

    3.9.2 European integration, as conceived by the Frenchman Jean Monnet, had the aim of tying Germany into a network of political and economic links with France and other European states so that it would be impossible for Germany to go to war with them. That was by no means the only motivation for seeking ever-closer political and economic union. The interests of Germany and France came together in the peculiar circumstances following World War II. Advantage could be gained for both by combining a post-war German economic revival with French political and agricultural dominance. Germany gained a secure market for its manufacturing industry and France gained a protected market and financial support for its agriculture. In addition, France obtained privileged access to the European market for its colonial produce, and took the lead in building European institutions on the French model – centralised and bureaucratic. The aim from the beginning was to enmesh the states of Europe in an economic, political and military union from which they could not break free. That goal was, and still is, considered more important than the democratic nicety of explaining the goal to the electorate and seeking its approval.

    3.9.3 The states of the EU cannot be successfully run as either an economic or social whole. Their economic and cultural circumstances are very different. Each needs to be governed in a way which accords not only with material needs but also with the democratic, cultural and other traditions of the indigenous nations. The one-size-fits-all approach of EU institutions is a recipe for disaster.

    3.9.5 The EU has become a top heavy and outdated bureaucratic hulk which is unsuited to an age when the people of Europe need democratic nation-states to protect them and their unique cultures from the excesses of global corporations, global institutions and the global economy. The EU is a part of the problem, not the solution.

    3.9.6 (To be amended) The English Democrats will seek referendum authorisation to decide this country’s future relationship with the E.U. That referendum should include the option of leaving the EU and joining the European Free Trade Association, EFTA, whose countries have a free trade agreement with the EU.

    3.9.7 (To be Amended) The English Democrats believe that this country should leave the EU and will campaign forcefully to that end. 

    3.9.8 (To be amended) If, in a referendum, England votes to leave the EU, then the English Democrats believe that we should so leave. It is the English who make the payments to the EU and the other UK nations rely upon the English to continue to do so. In a referendum, the English Democrats would set out the costs that would need to be paid in order to keep the UK as a whole in the EU. The electorate has a right to know the amount of tax which they might be expected to pay.

    3.9.9 If England votes to leave then all payments to the EU should cease forthwith and England should re-assert its own sovereignty vis-à-vis the EU. This would involve taking back powers that have been ceded and our own territorial waters.

    3.9.10 (To be amended) On leaving the EU, we would hope and expect that the other UK nations would likewise leave in order to preserve a cohesive British state and avoid unnecessary division. In the event of one or more of the other UK nations preferring to remain in the EU – then England should leave the EU nonetheless, unilaterally if necessary.


  • published E.V. November 2018 in Newsletter 2018-12-12 17:27:04 +0000

  • published Second post about your nation in News 2018-10-31 23:04:41 +0000

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