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Please read below for the thoughts and feelings of published Welsh historian and author, Deborah Fisher. The Campaign for an English Parliament has many varied and diverse supporters, critics, opponents and people who are interested in our fortunes for numerous reasons. We are happy to welcome all views and opinions , in the spirit of open […]

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On Friday (19th October) the campaign travelled up to the Cotswolds and Monmouthshire for a few days, in a bid to gauge reaction to our cause on the borderlands of Wales. Unsure of what to expect, we imagined several instances of potentially confrontational encounters that might well be on the cards for our group. However, […]

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The People of England will certainly be mightily relieved that Scotland finally have their Referendum and on terms they agree to. Like a petulant child that has nagged incessantly to have its own way, England will be pleased to see an end to the tantrums from north of the border. It is worth noting that […]

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During the Labour conference, Douglas Alexander (shadow foreign secretary), Caroline Flint (energy spokesperson) and Ben Bradshaw (former Culture Secretary) all realised that the governance of England needs to cover every aspect of English life and every part of England. Although this might appear blatantly obvious to the honest hard working people of England,  it appears […]

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Please click on the link below for the following analysis of Ed miliband’s speech. I hope it shows how hard our team is working to highlight the hypocrisy of our main political leaders when they discuss the UK’s future. 5 points have been highlighted. Please feel free to comment on this article. We need to […]

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On Tuesday (25/09/12) the Kent Debating Society held an event entitled “This House Believes Devolution Is Necessary For England” at the Woolf Lecture Theatre in Canterbury. As you might expect the event organisers felt the CEP were the natural choice as advocates of this argument and invited us along to provide the “Proposition”. In “Opposition” […]

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