Time for Home Rule for England ?
What a strange times we live in when the British Government actively imports enemies into our land and then goes out of it’s way to defend their rights to hate us, our English Culture, our English Values, our English Traditions … something has to change.
Now is the time for an English Government, English executive and English First Minister, either as an Independent England, or in some sort of loose UK Federation.
If you want England to be represented in the next Parliament, you need to vote for the English Democrats candidates.
PPC Dartford, Kent
English Parliament for English People – we deserve no less !
Democratic fairness for England is needed, via a referendum on the creation of an English Parliament, Executive and First Minister with at least the same powers as the Scottish Parliament, Executive and First Minister within a federal UK and a reformed Second Chamber at Westminster. There should be fiscal devolution so that the English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish parliaments become responsible for financing their own expenditure. This will save the taxpayers of England a substantial amount of money.
We reject the plans for regional assemblies because, among other things, they will promote disunity and conflict within England. The English Democrats will study the future findings of the English Constitutional Convention (ECC), and may accommodate ECC findings within future party policy.
Scotland and Wales have been recognised as countries and their people given the opportunity to vote in referenda for devolved government. Scotland now has a parliament, and Wales an assembly. In contrast, the people of England have been denied the opportunity to choose an English Parliament. Instead, England is being dismembered into nine Regions. We find this discrimination unacceptable. England should be a political entity with its own parliament and executive.
Rik Mayall – Noble England (RIP)
The Nine English Democrats you will be electing on 22 May 2014
European Parliament elections in England
The voting system
Proportional representation – closed list.
Who am I voting for?
Between three and ten Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) to represent your region.
The UK is divided into regions, one for each of Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales and nine covering England. Each region is allocated a number of MEPs according to its population.
How to vote
Always read the instructions for filling in the ballot paper carefully, even if you have voted before.
The ballot paper lists political parties and independent candidates. Under each party name is a list of candidates who wish to represent that party.
Simply put an X (a cross) next to the party you wish to vote for.
If you make a mistake then you can ask the polling staff to give you another ballot paper.
You may also be voting in other elections on the same day.
Who is elected?
In a given region the allocated seats are awarded using a quota system. The quota is the total number of votes received by a party or independent candidate divided by the number of seats already gained in that region +1.
So, for a party with no seats the number of votes received is divided by one, and so stays the same. If the party already has one seat then its number of votes is divided by two, if it has two seats it is divided by three, and so on.
This means that the more seats you have already won, the harder it is to gain extra seats, so the overall allocation of seats is more proportional to the number of votes received.
The first seat that a party wins goes to the first person on its list, the second seat to the second person, and so on, until the party has either not won any more seats or has run out of names on its list.
Political Map of the British Isles after Scotland has Voted to dissolve the Union with England of 1707
The British Political parties and the British media are in denial as to what will happen to the United Kingdom when Scotland votes to break the Union with England and end the “United Kingdom”
This will result in the 1707 Act of Union being repealed, and the United Kingdom as an entity being abolished, all constituent parts of the United Kingdom (Province of Ulster, Kingdom of Scotland and Kingdom of England) will find themselves out of the European Union and free from the debts of the United Kingdom.
The map will look as follows:-