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Watching the debate between Salmond and Darling today (25/08) you could not help but notice that the English view was being ignored. It shouldn’t have been, as the result on the 18th September will change the relationship between the Scots and the English forever. So an English view of the debate is now being offered. […]

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Published in the Yorkshire Post – 13th August 2014 WHO speaks for England? This question will loom ever larger as the UK Parliament has another go at settling the Kingdom following the Scottish referendum. Like many loyal supporters of our country, I hope and expect that the Scots will vote to stay in the UK. […]

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This article was written by Willie Wilson, co-founder of the NHS for Yes campaign group in Scotland. It highlights (unintentionally) the differences between the various nations of the UK and how they are governed in regards to the NHS. The Campaign for an English Parliament believes this is a prime example of why a First […]

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Three members of the Campaign team for the CEP attended the Evening Standard Scottish Independence event in London on Monday night (30 June 2014) where six Scottish speakers (three Brit Scots and three Nationalist Scots) debated the relationship between England and Scotland. Not one clearly defined English voice was included on the debating panel. We […]

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What is scary is the Scottish Nationalist wish for upheaval to spread throughout England! This article was posted on the Evening Standard Website, 01/07/2014. I exchanged greetings with a man in the snaking queue for the Evening Standard debate on Scottish independence, at Guildhall last night. “About 90,000 Scots in London, I hear,” I said. […]

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The result on the 18th September may cause the dissolution of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. This Union is in fact made up of three different uniting acts, the evolution of which is worth examining. The following 2 articles from the Act of Union 1707 clearly show that the primary Union […]

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As reported by the BBC online…   The proposed date of Scottish independence should be delayed if it is not in the best interests of the rest of the UK, a House of Lords report has said. The recommendation was made by peers on the constitution committee. They also said MPs for Scottish seats should […]

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Obituary: Robert Williams

Published on April 24, 2014 by in CEP News, News blog

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Robert Williams joined the Campaign for an English parliament in June 2001 and was elected to the National Council as treasurer in March 2004. He resigned in November 2005 but remained a loyal and generous member of the campaign until his death in 2013. He will be sadly missed.

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David Cameron says St George’s day has been overlooked ‘for too long’ and the   country should celebrate what it is to be English. Celebrations “from the archaic to the eccentric” are planned across England as   David Cameron says St George’s Day has been overlooked for too long. Celebrations will include a feast in Trafalgar Square, […]

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15,000 on streets for St George’s Day Thousands took to the streets of the Black Country for what is thought to be the country’s biggest St George’s Day parade. Among those at the annual event in Stone Cross, in West Bromwich, were veterans from the Armed Forces and the Royal British Legion. Before the parade started […]

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