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The CEP May Newsletter

Contents: Editorial Campaigning for England : National Council meeting, Commentators Current English Affairs: Police, NHS, congestion, localism, English politics: Exclusion, transport, local authorities, resources, social care, education England’s heroine: Florence Nightingale England’s history: The Midland…

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The CEP April Newsletter

Please take time to read our monthly newsletter, the question of how England is being governed, and the governments attempt to reverse the EU referendum, should be in the minds of every person in England….


The CEP February Newsletter

Number 88 February 2019 Contents: Editorial Campaigning for England : Routes to an English ParliamentCurrent English Affairs: England’s countryside, health and social care English politics: England’s environment, health and social care England’s hero: William Henry…


Britannia Carves the Kingdom!

Dear Members and Supporters Ever since the Brexit referendum, the CEP has been attempting to highlight how England and English concerns have been ignored by the British government’s discussion on Brexit. The only time that…






Probate fees in England and Wales

More evidence that the United Kingdom has different laws and regulations for different Nations of the UK. Today we highlight the difference in ‘Probate fees’ now being imposed by the UK Government on England. www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/2018/11/government-announces-probate-fees-hike/…


May’s mishandling of Brexit created constituional crisis – Eddie Bone

Listen to full radio interview here:  https://soundcloud.com/radiosputnik/brexit-i-dont-think-anyone-really-knows-what-the-outcome-will-be-commentator Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May has warned opposing MPs that rejecting her Brexit deal will be risky and lead to “division and uncertainty”. Looking at these comments Sputnik…


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