The need for an English Parliament

  • so that England can be recognised politically and constitutionally
  • to rebalance the Union!
  • to ensure the future existence of England
  • to ensure an equal voice in Westminster
  • to ensure an equal voice internationally
  • to ensure all citizens of the UK have equal representation and enfranchisement
  • to represent us when laws are imposed upon us
  • to ensure the accountability of MPs
  • to assure equality of funding
  • to assure equitable taxation
  • to allow us to control our own assets
  • to deliver government for England that is appropriate for England and of equal value to that of the rest of the UK
  • to support and protect English culture
  • to prevent the submersion of England into Britain and to separate an English identity from a British identity
  • to prevent conflict and to discourage discrimination on the grounds of nationhood.
  • because the people of England want it
  • because other proposals for England’s future do not answer all the questions arising from the current imbalance.