New Labour – Old Labour – True Labour

After 13 years of a “Wicked and Malicious” Labour Government (Hazel Blears 2010 Labour Conference) with Gordon Brown either as Chancellor or Prime Minister, in May 2010 we had unemployment at a 16year high. Despite all the billions of pounds of tax payers money being squandered on public sector non jobs, that we managed without for generations, never needed, are not wanted and now cannot afford, unemployment was higher in 2010 than when Labour came…

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The trade union fat cats who are strangling our country

Top union leaders are better paid than their counterparts in the private sector – and they do it by holding the nation to ransom, says Matthew Sinclair. Old-fashioned socialist firebrand trade-union representatives must be a little disappointed. Trade union leaders are supposed to be the scourge of the rich, ensuring the money is taken for the workers in egalitarian redistribution. But when they look from trade unionist to capitalist and from capitalist to trade unionist…

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Is this the land we have become?

Daftland We live in a country called Daftland The England we knew is no more Where sensible people do ludicrous things Or risk breaking some Daftland law. In Daftland we’ve police dogs with muzzles Less the villain has cause to complain And to steal from a shop and say ‘sorry’ Means your free with no stain to your name. You had better leave lights on in buildings When you lock up and go home at…

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Diamond Jubilee

I celebrated the Queens Diamond Jubilee over the weekend however I only flew the English flag, the flag of my nation. England should be regarded the same as any other member of the Commonwealth of Nations who have their own flags, own identity’s and own cultures but also have the Queen as head of State and wished to celebrate her diamond Jubilee. The commonwealth has changed over the past 60 years of Her Majesty’s reign…

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Local Election Results

The run up to the May elections was a very busy time for myself and the English Democrats, as the North West Chairman I was also involved with the Mayoral campaigns in Salford and Liverpool as well as giving guidance to candidates in other areas, however the area I live was still my priorty and I still managed to put out 4,500 national leaflets, 4,500 local A5 leaflets, 4,000 A4 local leaflets and 1,000 last…

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Campaigns

Less than a week to go before the Local and Mayoral elections, it has been a very busy time for myself and the English Democrats after bring Democratic chnage in Salford. Our local campaigns continue to proceed as many voters become disalutioned with the Lib-Lab-Con tricks. In Salford we have been calling for a “Salfordgate” inquiry in many projects that Labour have signed up to, the media and the incumbent politicians still seem think the…

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English Democrats North West Meeting

5th February 2012 The English Democrats North West meeting continued given the bad weather, although a number of absentees were noted due to this. We discussed at length the success of our campaign in the Salford Mayoral referendum and the next phase of the campaign. Our short list of candidates was discussed along with the campaign manifesto to cut Council tax by 50% whilst protecting essential front line services from further cuts by Cll Merry’s…

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Mayoral Alliance dissolved to fight Mayoral Elections

The Mayoral Alliance of the English Democrats N.W. and the Community Action Party was formed to bring Democratic accountability to the City of Salford’s leadership in the form of a directly elected Mayor, to change a system that was having a detrimental effect on its citizens. The recent referendum gave the people of Salford a chance to change how the city was governed, the Mayoral Alliance campaigned for a “YES” vote and although the turnout…

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Why an Elected Mayor for Salford?

Dear Readers, Well what a result in the Salford Mayoral Referendum, voter apathy in Salford is a major problem and has been for a number of years because people felt they could not change both the ruling regime or system. From the votes cast for our “Yes” campaign the ruling regime will now have to sit up and take notice, they are now accountable to the people (is this why they fought so hard against…

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Salford Mayoral referendum – The choice for a Democratically Elected Mayor for Leader or Not

The Mayoral Alliance of the English Democrats and Community Action Party walked the streets speaking to residents about how a new form of Council Governance could change the city for the better. The previous Labour Government (which Hazel Blears MP called Wicked and Malicious in 2010) wanted to bring direct accountability to our Council leaders, Hazel Blears when Government Community Secretary said “I am keen to see more elected mayors. The public want to see…

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