English Democrats on the English Defence League (EDL)
The English Democrats in South East England, acknowledge the existence of the English Defence League as a non-membership informal English street movement, legitimately protesting to preserve English Culture and to maintain English Identity in England, both issues the English Democrats campaign for politically via the ballot box.
Where as the English Democrats do not take part in “Street Protests” it is recognised as part of historic English culture that Street Protests do occur, (Wat Tyler being a famous example in the English Peasant’s revolt of 1381).
The English Democrats will fight to continue the English right of peaceful protest by such organisations as the English Defence League or similar, or for any individual especially when protesting in relation to issues contained within the English Democrats Manifesto.
At the time of writing, it is impossible for an individual to be a member of the English Democrats and the English Defence League because the English Defence League do not administer a membership scheme.