The Euro Elections and the Revival of British Democracy

May 25, 2019


We look forward to the results of the EU elections being announced from tomorrow evening.


Everything so far indicates that the British public have made clear their anger and frustration with the establishment parties. The Brexit Party is set to emerge as the clear winner, while the Tories could be reduced to a minor party on less than 10% of the vote according to several major polls.


We welcome this development, which is an important step in the decline of the Labour-Tory two-party system which has run our country into the ground for decades. Although our own position as a party is that we do not participate in European elections or endorse taking seats in a foreign parliament, the results of the EU elections will provide a significant morale boost for the silent majority who have been betrayed by the political class.


This is a betrayal that goes far beyond the issue of Brexit. For decades the Labour and Conservative parties have led Britain down a damaging path: de-industrialisation, outsourcing, debt, devolution, mass immigration, social fragmentation and a broad assault on our social, economic and national foundations - this is the package they have given us for the past 50 years.


The history books may mark the Brexit betrayal as the turning point, the watershed moment that finally brought about the collapse of the Conservative and Labour parties. If this does indeed prove to be the case, it paves the way for a party that is serious about rebuilding our country: Sovereign, Industrial, United, Democratic, Traditional and Functional; like the Britain that we used to know.


1. UK Unionism

2. Leave the EU

3. No More Referendums

4. End Mass Immigration

5. Rebuild Infrastructure

6. Rebuild Industry

7. Fiscal Responsibility

8. Family Values

9. Get Tough on Crime

10. Protect Free Speech & Liberties





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