Norman Tebbit takes out Contract on Martin McGuinness after Dinner at Windsor Castle

Norman Tebbit takes out Contract on Martin McGuinness after Dinner at Windsor Castle Lord Tebbit Norman Tebbit, a former Thatcherite MP and the former chairman of the Conservative Party has said he hopes the “Real” IRA shoots Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness for attending the banquet at Windsor Castle and toasting the Queen. McGuinness, who … Continue reading

British UKIP member holds public meetings with Sinn Fein/IRA in Northern Ireland

British UKIP member holds public meetings with Sinn Fein/IRA in Northern Ireland English Passport has been made aware that a member of British UKIP (David McNarry) has allegedly repeatedly attended a series of public meetings where Sinn Fein/IRA were also present, the location is understood to be a Castle in East Belfast.   It is … Continue reading

The United Kingdom is Breaking UP !

Defining Englishness

Defining Englishness By Tanja Bueltmann The existing historiography on ethnic groups in North America and the wider British World documents an absent or weak diasporic or ethnic identity among the English. While the major recent academic study of English identity recognises the importance of Empire in the shaping of identity, it does not explore Englishness … Continue reading

No way back for England – either English Independence or Federal UK

UK Breakdown - English Independence

No way back for England – either English Independence or Federal UK   by David Another way to address the question of the constitutional options that should be put to all the nations of the UK at the same time as a Scottish referendum on independence for Scotland (see previous post) is to say that … Continue reading

Why did the English Civil War begin ? ….. & will history repeat it’s self ?

David Cameron - Off with his head

Why did the English Civil War begin ? The English Civil War of the mid-17th Century was part of a wider series of conflicts that spanned the entire British Isles, involving Scotland and Ireland as well as England and Wales. Also called “The Great Rebellion”, “The English Revolution” and “The Wars of the Three Kingdoms”, … Continue reading

Sir Paul McCartney comes out in favour of English Independence? – “Give Ireland Back to the Irish”

Give Ireland Back to the Irish - Sir Paul MacCartney

Sir Paul McCartney comes out in favour of English Independence? – “Give Ireland Back to the Irish”   “Give Ireland Back to the Irish” is a Paul and Linda McCartney song written in response to the events of Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland on 30 January 1972. The song was released on 19 February 1972 … Continue reading

A Brief Argument for English Independence

A Brief Argument for English Independence   A Brief Argument for English Independence by Sean Gabb   The normal English response to Scottish nationalism is to ignore it, or to see it as an irritation, or to try shouting it down with reminders of all that shared history, or to point out the value of English … Continue reading

BBC on Nationalism – Scottish, Welsh, Irish & English Nationalism

Where is the BBC England Logo

BBC on Nationalism Scottish, Welsh and Irish nationalist movements have long been part of the political mainstream in Britain, and are seen as champions of legitimate historical national identities. Scottish, Welsh and Irish Nationalists have often turned to violence to further their causes, however the BBC is able to “turn a blind eye” to the … Continue reading