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Welcome to our January 2022 Newsletter

Number 117 January 2022 Contents: Campaigning for England: Current English Affairs: Health and Welfare, Environment, Governing England: Government Committees on English Affairs, Legislation for England, Regulations for England England’s hero: John Mallard England’s history: First…


The CEP Newsletter – December 21

Number 116 Contents: Campaigning for England : Current English Affairs: Roads and Transport, Tourism, Health and Welfare, Education, Police and Courts, Environment, Agriculture Governing England: Education, Police and Courts England’s hero: Sir Richard Arkwright England’s…


The CEP AGM

Dear Members, The Annual General Meeting of the Campaign for an English Parliament is being held at 7:30pm on 20th November 21. Members should now have received confirmation, including voting documents and other information, in…


The CEP November Newsletter

Contents: Editorial Campaigning for England : Current English Affairs: Health and Welfare, Environment, local government, taxing and funding Governing England: England’s hero: William Hogarth England’s history: Stormy weather English culture: Lord Mayor’s Parade English produce:…


The CEP September 21 Newsletter

Contents: Campaigning for England: The State of the Union Current English Affairs: Planning, Health and Welfare, Roads and Transport Governing England: Education, Health and Social Care, Education England’s hero: Robert Blake England’s history: Battle of…


The CEP September Newsletter

Number 107 September 2020 Contents: Editorial Campaigning for England: The CEP’s response to the Guardian article Current English Affairs: Health and Welfare, Roads and Transport, Planning English politics: The Lords, Priority Scotland, England’s hero: Sir…


The CEP June Newsletter

Number 92 June 2019 Contents: Campaigning for England: celebrate King Athelstan and the Unification of England in 927 Current English Affairs: Mental and senior health, our villages and countryside English politics: Local government, justice, education…



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…