Wednesday, 27 November 2013

English Democrats: Paul Rimmer

Once upon a time the English Democrats was a civic nationalist party promoting the idea that England should have its own parliament within a federal United Kingdom.  Now the policy has changed. The English Democrats policy is for an independent England, shorn of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.  One leading English Democrat (Steve Uncles) proposed on a blog he owned that Northern Ireland should be handed to the Republic of Ireland without so much as a referendum.

The English Democrats have gone beyond mere civic nationalism and propose to preserve English culture.

Since moving to a policy of independence for England the following has appeared on the English Democrats Facebook pages:

A dramatic shift of emphasis.  No longer is the party a civic nationalist party.  It has become a party standing up for the majority.

However, Mr Uncles informs us now as follows:


This brings me to consideration of the statements made by Paul Rimmer who has stood for the English Democrats in the elections for mayor of Liverpool and  for the Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner. He is also the second prospective candidate (behind Stephen Morris) for the European Parliament elections in the North West Region.

The following is some of Rimmer's output:

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