Tag Archive | Graham Moore English Democrats

The one role of Government is to provide a just and safe society. Part two.

Second rule of survival: Why in a just and fair society are there homeless people? No one should be homeless. If you washed up on a desert island you hopefully would not to worry about the first rule [unless it was a volcanic island] and shelter would be crucial to survival so why are people […]

The one role of Government is to provide a just and safe society, the role of local government is to assist. But how? Part one.

This is a lengthy subject but one I am passionate about else I would not be standing as a candidate.  I hear more and more people saying that we need change.  We do!  We need to start again. The first rule of survival is air, second is shelter, third is water, fourth is food.  If […]

I am English, not European, not British! Please view this message on the new EU Birth Certificate

The European political union was not optional and we never voted breaking up England.  We are a Country of 53m people and 51 Cities and yet we are ignored.  We need to be out of the European political union and we need our own parliament.  English Democrats are for ENGLAND as SNP is to Scotland. […]

Graham Moore English Democrats vehemently opposed to TTIP and PFI.

Protecting the NHS from privatisation via the back door.  Any one that loves the NHS and believes the same as I do that it is part of our nation and a constitution in its own right, knows the NHS is priceless.  No one has the right to privatise it and part of my proposals to […]

Germany and Austria have the lowest unemployment rates

Among the Member States, the lowest unemployment rates in January 2015 were recorded in Germany (4.7 %)and Austria (4.8 %), and the highest in Greece (25.8 % in November 2014) and Spain (23.4 %). Eurostat estimates that 23.815 million men and women in the EU-28[1], of whom 18.059 million were in the euro area (EA-19)[2], were unemployed in January 2015. Compared […]

Eurostat estimates that 23m were unemployed in January 2015, the youth of the UK should be very worried, see below

Youth unemployment trends Youth unemployment rates are generally much higher, even double or more than double, than unemployment rates for all ages. As for the rate for the total population, the youth unemployment rate in the EU-28 sharply declined between 2005 and 2007, reaching its minimum value (15.1 %) in the first quarter 2008. The economic crisis, […]

Points based system for immigration does not discriminate.

A point based system for immigration used by Canada, New Zealand, Australia and loosely used in the UK.  The problem is not using a points based system as it is already in place, but it is not controlled or structured the same as the other nations. The problem is simple, in a nutshell, The European […]

Free Movement of Workers in the EU, problems for Spain.

Mass immigration does now work yet the EU will continue regardless The reasons why Spain availed itself of the safeguard clause are two fold. The first reason is the extremely high unemployment rate in the country, which has persisted over an extended period of time. The country has the highest unemployment rate in the EU […]

David Cameron: Child abuse raised to national threat, then says “up to” 5 years for wilful neglect.

The police are not acting on what they are seeing and hearing, they have disregarded their Oath and should all be sacked, pensions gone, then maybe, the Police will take their Oath seriously.  The police say they are “ashamed” of their inaction, but it is systematic and continuing.  The police will never look for evidence […]

Wilful neglect, Abuse on an Industrial scale, Police break their OATH, nothing done! Read the Oath here…

“I, … of … do solemnly and sincerely declare and affirm that I will well and truly serve the Queen in the office of constable, with fairness, integrity, diligence and impartiality, upholding fundamental human rights and according equal respect to all people; and that I will, to the best of my power, cause the peace to […]