Friday, 30 November 2012

English Democrats humiliated by UKIP (and the BNP).

So much for English Democrats' boasts.

Rotherham by-election result:

  • Sarah Champion (Lab) 9,866 (46.25%, +1.62%)
  • Jane Collins (UKIP) 4,648 (21.79%, +15.87%)
  • Marlene Guest (BNP) 1,804 (8.46%, -1.96%)
  • Yvonne Ridley (Respect) 1,778 (8.34%)
  • Simon Wilson (Cons) 1,157 (5.42%, -11.32%)
  • David Wildgoose (Eng Dem) 703 (3.30%)
  • Simon Copley (Ind) 582 (2.73%, -3.58%)
  • Michael Beckett (Lib Dems) 451 (2.11%, -13.87%)
  • Ralph Dyson (TUSC) 261 (1.22%)
  • Paul Dickson (Ind) 51 (0.24%)
  • Clint Bristow (ND) 29 (0.14%)
The English Passport blog forecast (or the bookmakers are always correct!).

Rotherham By-Election – English Democrats, Respect, UKIP and Labour – the last 4

Rotherham By-Election - English Democrats, Respect, UKIP and Labour - the last 4
The bookies for the Rotherham have had a very difficult election to keep tabs on. William Hill have closed their books for the second time. However, the final four going into Election Day are English Democrats, Respect, UKIP and Labour.
Conservatives, Liberal Democrats and indeed BNP and Greens are history in Rotherham.
It's going to be a very interesting count !

And this little gem:

On the 2 November 1967, a historic moment to place in British Politics when the Scottish National Party won a By-Election, Hamilton by-election, in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, Scotland, it was a milestone in the politics of Scotland. Although Robert McIntyre of the Scottish National Party (SNP) had won and briefly held the Motherwell constituency in a by-election during the last months of World War II, in April–July 1945, it was Winnie Ewing's victory in the Hamilton constituency which propelled the SNP, Scottish independence and devolution to the top of the agenda in Scotland.
On 29 November 2012, there is the potential for an equal historic moment to take place in British Politics when the English Democrats are set to win the Rotherham By-Election in South Yorkshire, if this occurs, it will be a milestone in the politics of England, and victory by David Wildgoose would propel the English Democrats, self determination for the English People and devolution for England to the top of the agenda in England.
It is only hoped that Nick Robinson, the Chief Political Editor of the BBC, takes the time to read the English Democrats Manifesto, before the 29 November 2012, so that if David Wildgoose and the English Democrats are successful on Thursday 29 November 2012, Nick Robinson does not look a complete arse, when he discusses the English Democrats party, with Mr Dimbleby.

Not forgetting:


2 Votes

Respect & English Democrats fight it out in Rotherham as Labour set to finish Third in By-Election
Labour is set to lose the English Seat of Rotherham in South Yorkshire, however it is unclear as to whether the eventual winner will be the Respect Candidate Yvonne Ridley or the English Democrats candidate David Wildgoose. The by-election (which will be held on 29 November) was triggered by Scot Denis MacShane’s resignation over false invoices, Labour will not doubt be punished as a result. The disastrous Labour campaign began at the Labour selection meeting in Rotherham, half of the members present walked out in protest at the party’s failure to include a local figure on the shortlist. This left fewer than 50 to vote on the selection of Sarah Champion, who defeated the only other person on the list, former RAF Wing Commander Sophy Gardner.
The walkout was staged by supporters of Mahroof Hussain, a prominent local councillor who was the preferred choice of the membership. As is standard for by-elections, the shortlist was drawn up by Labour’s National Executive Committee, rather than a local selection committee, which chose not to include Hussain.
Two way Labour Split
The Labour vote has therefore been split in two ways firstly the Respect candidate Yvonne Ridley, a former journalist who famously converted to Islam after her capture by the Taliban, will be taking Labour votes from the ethnic community in Rotherham in a hope to repeat her party’s triumph in Bradford West earlier this year, where George Galloway was re-elected to Westminster.
Secondly there is strain on the Labour “patriotic” vote from the English Democrats local Candidate David Wildgoose, who has stood in Rotherham, three times before in 1992, 1994 and 1997, a local man, with friends and family in Rotherham he previously achieved 29.7% of the vote in 1994. The campaign of English Democrat David Wildgoose was given a dramatic boast on 15 November 2012 when the English Democrats achieved 2nd place in Rotherham in the Police & Crime Commissioner Elections with 5,034 votes 15.72% of the vote.
Conservatives, Liberal Democrats and UKIP are all at risk of loosing their deposits as the main three parties in Rotherham fight it out – result in one week’s time.
Just loved this one:

And this..
Only David Wildgoose and the English Democrats can beat Labour in the Rotherham Parliamentary By-Election on Thursday 29 November 2012.Vote David Wildgoose – English Democrats to give England a voice in Parliament.

English Democrats is the English Nationalist Party in England

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