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  Greater autonomy, powers and responsibilities for local authorities in England can easily go hand-in-hand with an English Parliament to also ensure a coherent all-England voice. Yet individuals from groups such as the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) persistently protest that an English Parliament would “do very little to decentralise power from Westminster”. In […]

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Published on November 12, 2014 by in Current Affairs

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It does not, of course, take political genius to see that resentment is not a positive foundation for England or our English national identity. There is even scientific evidence that such negative emotions cause illness, harm our hearts and weaken our immune system. If anyone is truly patriotic they must recognize the importance of our […]

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BBC Newsnight on Tuesday (09/09/14) included a segment in which John Redwood and Peter Hain debated constitutional matters and the future of the UK in light of the uncertainty which is currently surrounding the Scottish Independence Referendum. Mr Redwood said there should be an English parliament for English matters, but Mr Hain called for a […]

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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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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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A flagship BBC television programme pulled out of plans to feature awards celebrating local efforts to save England’s historic buildings because they did not represent the whole of Britain. Producers from The One Show, which is broadcast on BBC1 on weekday evenings and often draws more than five million viewers, were said to have been […]

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Read below for the continuing saga of how the British Government will allow Scotland to single-handedly decide the fate of the Union. Some evidence also that Alex Salmonds grip on power in Scotland has loosened somewhat in recent months, casting yet more doubt on the potential outcome of the 2014 Scottish Independence (should read UK) referendum…   By […]

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The item below was reported today (20/08/12) in the Express on-line. It goes some way to validating some of the concerns of the CEP, the potential that Cameron cannot protect the Union and has no agenda to do so. Most worrying is the undisclosed nature of these negotiations. It would appear that decisions have been […]

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This article was published on-line by the Spectator prior to Gordon Browns speech and the CEP protest on Monday. In his speech he (Brown) added: “The Olympics is pretty clear to us that by the pooling of resources in, say, cycling we managed to do what if you just divided the money and put a […]

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