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English Voice Debate (2) – Towards An English Parliament?

THE first English Voice debate – http://nationalliberal.org/english-voice-debate-1-%e2%80%93-independence-for-england – appeared towards the end of last year. It examined the democratic deficit imposed on England by Westminster – in that England is the only ‘Home Nation’ which doesn’t have its own Parliament or Assembly. In practical terms this means that the Scottish Parliament sits at Holyrood, Ulster has Stormont and the Welsh have the National Assembly for Wales. The only people who don’t have a say in the running of their own country are the English.

We also noted that – besides the National Liberal Party – others are calling for some form of self-determination for the English nation. The Campaign for an English Parliament (CEP) was established in 1998. This pressure group campaigns ‘for an English Parliament with powers at least as great as those of Scotland’s, i.e. a Parliament and Executive (Government) that can make Acts (primary legislation) on the same domestic issues (e.g. health, welfare & education) that are devolved to the Scottish Parliament.’ As far as we’re aware, all English Advocates (both individuals, groups and parties) all want some form of English Parliament or assembly.

Arguably the most high-profile campaigner for an English Parliament is Labour MP for Birkenhead, Frank Field. In June 2008, he joined calls for the establishment of a devolved parliament for England. And last year he wrote a thought-provoking article on English self-determination – https://www.express.co.uk/comment/expresscomment/834711/frank-field-english-parliament-constitutional-reform-brexit – for the Daily Express.

English Advocates come from right across the political spectrum. As English Voice readers will know, Frank Field is ‘old school’ Labour. He’s culturally conservative, very outspoken on immigration, is opposed to the EU (he supports Brexit) and is concerned at the effects of globalisation.

The article featured below was written by Guy Parfitt (the constituency manager of UKIP MEP William Dartmouth in the South West of England) for BrexitCentral - https://brexitcentral.com/about/ – an ‘online home for all wanting to follow the twists and turns of our departure from the EU and hold the government to carrying out the instructions of the British public’. BrexitCentral transcends the traditional ‘left/right’ divide and features articles from ‘political figures from a variety of parties representing all corners of the UK, businesspeople, economists, campaigners and commentators based both at home and abroad.’

Guy Parfitt’s article is reproduced below – but you can read the original here https://brexitcentral.com/taking-back-control-democracy-demands-creation-english-parliament/ – and suggests that now voters have opted for a future outside of the EU, it’s time to establish an English Parliament elected via proportional representation. We think that it’s the next logical move for those of us who believe in self-determination and true democracy. But what do you think?

The NLP is also noted for its strong commitment to free speech. That’s why we – in association with English Voice – would like to open up this important debate to all English Advocates who believe in some form of self-determination for the English Nation. We invite anyone who is interested to have their say in the comments section once they see this article on our Facebook site https://www.facebook.com/groups/52739504313/

It goes without saying that there are no official links between the National Liberal Party, English Voice, BrexitCentral, UKIP or Guy Parfitt.

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Taking back control of our democracy demands the creation of an English Parliament

IF THE EU referendum result showed anything – other than the desire of the British people to exit the EU – it flagged up how completely and utterly out of touch the political class of this country are with the citizens they purport to represent.  The immediate years before the Brexit vote, and since, have illustrated for me the need for constitutional change within England.  I believe that an English Parliament within the UK, elected by a system of proportional representation, could re-align the shires with the rest of Britain, and give a voice to those outside the Westminster bubble.

Why do we need change?  Quite simply, Westminster doesn’t represent England.  In January 2013, the electorate saw the former Prime Minister, David Cameron, only announcing he would grant the people a say in the future of their country’s sovereignty in order to shore up his party’s grassroots support, and to eliminate a political rival, as it was said at the time – to ‘shoot the UKIP fox.’

For years previously, elected representatives had dismissed Eurosceptic concerns in the English counties.  In 1997, Eurosceptic opinions were confined to the margins, with the Referendum Party and UKIP both shut out due to the First Past The Post System.  And with little electoral power, these parties and their supporters were cut adrift from the debate, and could be easily elbowed out of the discussion by the mainstream establishment in politics and the media – until the rise of the internet.  To complain was to be ‘left behind’ or ‘racist’ and disgruntled voters were told to ‘get with the programme’.  Globalisation was king – and inevitable – and anyone who objected was viewed as living in the past, lost in a black-and-white world of antiquated British nostalgia.

The majority of the inhabitants of both the House of Commons and House of Lords backed Remain, and many in their private thoughts still back a globalised Britain, shrugging their shoulders at the growing disbelief across the English shires over reckless levels of migration, and the associated impact on the NHS, job security and housing – a situation enabled through the EU’s principle of free movement of people.

Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have had the machinery at least to provide a mouthpiece in shielding parts of the UK, with smaller parties finding space to represent opinions that have not been commonplace at Westminster.  Would Scotland have ever had the Independence referendum, if not for the success of the SNP, which grew in size despite earlier derision, and had the space to articulate a desire for independence, held by over 44% of voters in 2014?

And now, in recent months, as the Westminster government kept saying they will honour the will of the people, Brexiteers watch a House of Lords, dominated by unelected Remainers, seek to prevaricate and slow down the UK’s exit from the EU.  Further mistrust stirs, yet who can be found in either House to speak for England?  Mainstream fears are confined to the backbenches, political commentators, radio phone-in programmes and YouTube.

Westminster politicians may argue that regional assemblies in England are the answer to providing greater accountability and representation.  Yet there is little support for them.  John Prescott’s attempted North East Assembly was defeated by over 77% of voters there in 2004.  A national parliament for England would acknowledge the civic existence of the country – as the Welsh Assembly did for the people of Wales after their referendum in 1997, a cultural symbol as well as a forum to promote the interests and opinions of over 3 million people.

It’s fair to say that in order to take back control of UK sovereignty, borders, laws and money, we need to take back control of our democracy.  Simply returning powers to the same hands who were willing so freely to give them away will not instil public trust.

A parliament for England, elected by PR, would set it in line with the other nations of the UK and bring powers a step closer to the grassroots.  Then we can continue where we left off in 2016, with a genuine representative institution for England and at the same time protect the hard won referendum result from those who would overturn it and subsume us into a centralised United States of Europe.

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Regionalism – Small Is Beautiful!

Artwork produced by the long-standing and well-respected publication Fourth World Review – 4WR. This artwork celebrates the life of Ernst Friedrich "Fritz" Schumacher, who wrote the book Small Is Beautiful: A Study of Economics As If People Mattered. We would encourage all those interested in regionalism to read it.

THE NATIONAL LIBERAL PARTY is well-known for its stance on self-determination. As our web-site – http://nationalliberal.org/ – notes, the principle of self-determination ‘can be applied largely in three areas; National, Political and Economic.

National Self-Determination seeks to ensure decisions affecting the collective future of a nation are taken by ALL the people via referendum. This may be ‘External’, for example: the creation or maintenance of a nationstate, or ‘Internal’ – framing/updating a constitution to reflect how a people should rule themselves. (We favour independent nations and liberal, democratic, states).

Political Self-Determination seeks to ensure that the collective will of the people as well as the variety of political opinion is reflected in decision making. Thus, for example, we favour greater use of referendums to meet the former, and PR to reflect the latter (we favour a system close to the Swiss model of Direct Democracy).

Economic Self-Determination seeks to distribute ownership as widely as possible and as close to the individual as practical by favouring home owndership, self-employment, small businesses, cooperatives and employee shareholdings. (We believe that ownership is the key to economic and social health: where workers obtain a just reward for their labours and gain a feeling of well-being through their having a genuine personal stake in society).

The above principles underpin many National Liberal policies but others are rooted in common sense and usually aim to strike a balance between conflicting opinions, as befits a centrist party.’

With the above in mind, it follows that National Liberals favour decentralisation – and our idea is to decentralise power down to the lowest possible level. Indeed, early last year the NLP produced this artwork http://nationalliberal.org/the-national-liberal-party-supports-decentralisation to promote the idea of decentralisation.


This all ties in with our opposition to gigantism and our support for the concept that Small is Beautiful! To quote the ‘mantra’ of the long-standing and well-respected publication Fourth World Review – 4WR - we support ‘the world of small nations, small communities, small farms, small shops, small industries, small banks & the inalienable sovereignty of the human spirit.’
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In its introduction on the National Liberal Party’s Liberty Wall –
http://nationalliberal.org/liberty-wall-3/fourth-world-review4WR also notes:

‘All through history man has quested for democracy and largely he has failed; in the past it has often been because of military dictatorship and tyranny, but in modern times this factor has been abetted by another, one still mainly unrecognised, that of size.

It was unrecognised that as an electorate grew in size the power passed from individual members to party machines. Nor did it stop there; with the development of mass newspapers, of radio and of television, new forms of power, new ways of influencing popular thinking emerged which ensured that the electorate did not so much control the government but rather the government controlled the electorate.

So great has been the power of the media that it has reached a stage where boardroom ownership power, coupled with the boardroom power of private investment and banking, today largely controls the power of government. This is clearly expressed in the modern development of a united EUrope in defiance of the general will, and which all the major parties are afraid to oppose. The way forward is not through mass party machines, but through the development of local community governing powers to a maximum level to ensure we have government not from the top down but as much as possible from the base up. A Fourth World of peoples’ power.’

In future articles relating to the issue of regionalism, we hope to provide information on both the historic regions of our nations and ways in which we can develop ‘local community governing powers’ such as building an alternative economy, media, culture and other vital services.

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Build Caledonian Voice (2)
MARCH 2015 saw the National Liberal Party publish Building Our Media Infrastructure, which noted that the NLP has several key strategies relating to its future political growth and success. Our article – http://nationalliberal.org/building-our-media-infrastructure - specifically looked at one of these objectives: building the infrastructure of an alternative mass media of news, information and entertainment.
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As part of our media strategy we publish several national and local publications. Whilst they are all produced on a very irregular basis, they are very popular indeed and generate a lot of positive feedback. We hope to step up a gear and produce our publications on a regular basis in the future. In the meantime, however, it’s vital that we build a much larger audience for our media. In an effort to do this, we started to feature the lead articles from each of our publications.
When these articles appear various NLP members and supporters would viral them out via social media.
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We started off with the lead article from issue 1 of Caledonian Voice – the voice of the National Liberal Party – which can be read here https://nationalliberal.org/building-caledonian-voice Here we continue with our Scottish media by reproducing the lead article from issue 2 of Caledonian Voice. Although published way back in February 2014, it’s as relevent today as it was then. That’s because of the result of the May 2014 European Elections which saw the United Kingdo Independence Party (UKIP) came top of the poll, winning 24 seats. This spooked the then Tory Prime Minister, David Cameron, so much that he later called for a referendum to decide Britain’s future within the EU. Here, the majority of the electorate – nearly 17 ½ million voted for Brexit.
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Eagle-eyed readers may note that issue 2 of Caledonian Voice called for ‘a Europe of free peoples and nations – not a Europe of bankers and super-rich elites!’ How prophetic, given the way the bankers and super-rich elites are trying to delay and deny the democratic wish of the British electorate to leave the EU!
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• To get hold of your FREE pdf copy, simply e-mail natliberal@aol and ask for issue 2 of Caledonian Voice to be sent to you as soon as possible.

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For A Free Scotland In A Free Europe!
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IN LATE MAY, Scots will go to the polls for the European elections. Here we have to elect six Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) to look after the interests of nearly four million voters in Scotland. The votes cast here (and in September’s Scottish Referendum) will effectively determine our destiny as a nation.
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In issue 1 of Caledonian Voice we looked at the Scottish Referendum. In this issue we will look at the forthcoming European elections and examine what our attitude – as National Liberals – should be to them.
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First of all, we should state that National Liberals are not anti-European. However, we are very definitely anti-EU. This means that we oppose the increasingly totalitarian nature of the EU. Indeed, we feel that its bureaucratic regime and form of central planning is moving towards that employed by the old Soviet Union.
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LOYALTY
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Additionally, we feel that the EU holds no loyalty to the nations or peoples of Europe itself. Look at its policy of allowing the ‘free movement of capital and labour’ between EU member states. This has meant that Scottish industry has ‘upped sticks’ and chased – and exploited – the lowest wages across Europe. At the same time we have seen a massive influx of Eastern European workers, who understandably want to improve their lives but the result of their movement has placed enormous strains upon local services.
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All of this is having a serious impact on the living standards of ordinary working families across Scotland. Hardly a day goes by without us hearing of unemployment, under-employment or people having to survive on the minimum wage or who are wholly reliant on benefits.
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At the same time, Cameron and Clegg claim that we don’t have ‘any money’ to solve our terrible social and economic conditions – possibly some of the worst in Europe. Yet we send millions of pounds to Brussels every year! Indeed, it’s been estimated that over the last 30 years we have paid in more to the EU than we have got back in grants, etc. Caledonian Voice believes that this shows that the EU (and the political elites) exist to benefit big business and not ordinary working families and communities.
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SOVEREIGNTY
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Despite all this, we do see the sense in co-operating with our fellow Europeans. Historically, culturally and geographically we have much in common. Therefore, we would like to see – at the very least – a re-negotiation of our position in Europe with a focus on Scotland regaining control of its sovereignty, political powers and economy. This will ensure a move away from the centralist and bureaucratic EU towards a Europe of free nations working together where needed but at all times retaining their independence and national and regional cultural identities. For a Europe of free peoples and nations – not a Europe of bankers and super-rich elites!
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Liberal Future: For A Europe Of Free Nations – BreXit Now!
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Liberal Future believes that small is beautiful!  We wish to move away from gigantism towards more rooted way of living.  We want as little government interference in our daily lives as is possible.  These are just two of the reasons why we supported Brexit.

We feel that the the EU is a rich man’s club for powerful corporate big business and banking elites. Their underlings – the politicians – are simply happy enough with the trappings of power.

We also believe that the end goal for the EU is the formation of a United States of Europe. This will have to be a highly centralised political and economic system – systems we are bitterly opposed to.

We believe in what could be termed as a ‘Confederate States of Europe’ where free European nations would have the right to make their own laws, rules and regulations.  They should be allowed – indeed, encouraged – to keep their traditions, customs and way of life.  And all of these free nations would have the right to say how they work, who they trade with and who can come to live and work in their country.

We hope to develop this and other themes in future articles.
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THE HISTORIC BREXIT vote of June 2016 has made one thing blindingly obvious.  And that is the vast gulf that exists between the global elite – represented by the likes of multinational corporations, banks and their client UK politicians – and ordinary working families.
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For some reason, the likes of Nick Clegg (former Deputy Prime Minister, ex-Liberal Democrat leader and former MP for Sheffield Hallam), Tony Blair (former Prime Minister, ex-Labour Party leader and former MP for Sedgefield) and Sir John Major (former Prime Minister, ex Tory Party leader and former MP for Huntingdon) cannot accept the result of the EU Referendum.
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In addition to this, they simply cannot understand why others think differently from themselves.  Indeed, they seem to believe that the views of people who voted for Brexit are somehow beyond the pale.
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However, just because soemeone has a different view (or even holds unpalatable and/or ‘offensive’ views) doesn’t mean that they should be dismissed out of hand.  The essence of democracy is that one can engage in debate with those who hold alternative view points.  To completely dismiss such people, and incorrectly label them as xenophobic, racist and homophobic, is both lazy and totally dishonest.  Surely it’s better to beat your opponent in honest and open debate.  It’s known as free speech!
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Those who represent the global elite can sneer and look down their noses at ordinary Brexit voters as much as they want.  It still doesn’t change the fact that the majority of Britons voted against the EU.  The attitude – and actions – of the elite it says more about Blair and company than it says about those who voted for self-determination.
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Indeed, what is it with these estabilishment types?  Why are they so two-faced and hypocritical?
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For example, if, say, a Labour candidate is elected, both the candidate and party heiracy would praise the voters to the heavens.  The politicians would claim that the electorate had read the manifesto, studied the issues and voted accordingly.  In addition, the voters would have been well-informed, voted with their head, and would have made the correct decision for both their local area and the country as a whole.
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Come Brexit and this is all reversed!
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Suddenly the electorate didn’t read any literature, is ill-informed, voted with their heart and simply didn’t understand the question.  Liberal Future cannot answer for everyone concerning the amount of literature they read and how informed they were.  And we concede that many people to some degree – as in all elections – voted with their heart.
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However, we take issue with the Remainers (or is that Remoaners?!!) saying that the majority of the electorate – nearly 17 ½ million people – didn’t understand the question.  After all, the referendum ballot paper simply stated:
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Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union? The two responses were Remain a member of the European Union or Leave the European Union.
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What’s not to understand about that?  The answer is either ‘Yes’ or ‘No’.  How could anyone misinterpret or misunderstand that?  It’s hardly rocket science.  If anyone is to blame it’s David Cameron, then a fully paid-up member of the political establishment.  He posed the question – but got the answer he didn’t want!
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Basically, the elite are saying that it’s ok for the plebs to vote for their various client and establishment politician into power, with all the priviledges and financial reward that comes with it.  However, when the plebs vote in the national interest – and against the personal interests of the elite – we’re not to be trusted!
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So let’s get this right.  Ordinary working folks are ok as long as they work to 65 and beyond, remain obodient consumers and pay their taxes.  They’re also useful to serve as cannon-fodder in some ill-thought out imperialist adventure.  But actually to have the nerve to vote as their conscience dictates – well, that’s entirely a different matter!
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The arrogance of the elite is both disgusting and unbelieveable.  With this in mind, is it any wonder that on the day of the Referendum (23th June 2016) so many Britons stuck two fingers up to the establishment and told them to shove the EU where the sun doesn’t shine?!!!
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Liberal Future Says BreXit Now! Liberal Future Says BreXit Now! http://nationalliberal.org/liberal-future-says-%e2%80%a6-brexit-now
Liberal Future: English Youth Say BreXit Now! http://nationalliberal.org/english-youth-says-brexit-now
Liberal Future: Scottish Youth Say BreXit Now! http://nationalliberal.org/scottish-youth-say-brexit-now
Liberal Future: Ulster Youth Say BreXit Now! http://nationalliberal.org/ulster-youth-say-brexit-now
Liberal Future: Welsh Youth Say BreXit Now! http://nationalliberal.org/welsh-youth-say-brexit-now
Liberal Future: Cornish Youth Say BreXit Now! http://nationalliberal.org/cornish-youth-say-brexit-now
Liberal Future: Guernsey, Manx and Jersey Youth Say BreXit Now! http://nationalliberal.org/liberal-future-guernsey-manx-and-jersey-youth-say-brexit-now
Liberal Future: Alderney & Sark Youth Say BreXit Now! http://nationalliberal.org/liberal-future-alderney-sark-youth-say-brexit-now
Liberal Future: Fermanagh, Armagh and Tyrone Youth Say Choose Freedom – BreXit Now! http://nationalliberal.org/liberal-future-fermanagh-armagh-and-tyrone-youth-say-…-choose-freedom-brexit-
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From The Liberty Wall – Free Speech: How Do We Protect It? – March Of The Thought Police (Part 4)

THIS IS the fourth and final part of an article written by Dominic Sandbrook for the Daily Mail. This article follows directly on from part one http://nationalliberal.org/from-the-liberty-wall-%e2%80%93-free-speech-how-do-we-protect-it-march-of-the-thought-police-part-1 part two http://nationalliberal.org/from-the-liberty-wall-%e2%80%93-free-speech-how-do-we-protect-it-march-of-the-thought-police-part-2 and part three http://nationalliberal.org/from-the-liberty-wall-%e2%80%93-free-speech-how-do-we-protect-it-march-of-the-thought-police-part-3

In reprinting this article noted, our main intention is to stimulate mature debate on issues relating to free speech. It goes without saying that there are no official links between Free Speech, Dominic Sandbrook, the Daily Mail or any other news outlets referenced here.

Although this article was written last year, it’s particularly relevant given the treatment dished out to the Mail by Virgin Trains. Here, Virgin has ceased stocking the paper because of its editorial position on issues such as immigration, LGBT rights and unemployment.

Free Speech regards this as a blatant attempt to censor the press. It is a shocking attack on free speech and free thought. Indeed, it represents an attack on the overall principle of Civil and Religious Liberties For All.

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March Of The Thought Police (Part 4)

Even Christianity, unless of the most explicitly Left-wing kind, is enough to damn you. Hence the confected outrage in some Leftist quarters at Theresa May, a vicar’s daughter, when she dared to talk about Britain’s ‘Christian values’ at Easter; and hence the rage against poor Mr Farron.

As the Bishop of Leeds remarked last December, we are close to creating a society in which practising Christians — never Muslims, who seem to be immune from criticism — are afraid even to ‘talk about their faith’ in case they are hounded out of their jobs, like the British Airways worker who dared to wear a crucifix, or the nurse who chose to pray for her patients.

The supreme irony is that this new intolerant liberalism is itself a kind of secular religion, albeit of a debased and degenerate kind. Its adherents live in a strange world of true believers and heretics, the pure and the damned.
They venerate a bearded prophet with the initials JC — Jeremy Corbyn. They believe unswervingly in his final victory. Doubt is unthinkable. To criticise him, as even Left-wing columnists such as the Guardian’s Polly Toynbee and Owen Jones have discovered, invites accusations of treachery and worse.
Like religious fanatics of old, they are always looking for witches and scapegoats, preferably female. A particular target, for example, is the BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg, whom Corbynista fanatics boo and hiss whenever she dares to ask him a question.
From the way they carry on, you might think we were in Spain during the darkest days of the Inquisition, when Catholic fanatics searched the land for Jews and Muslims; or in Salem, Massachusetts in the 1690s, during the notorious witch trials that inspired the play The Crucible.
But this is Britain in 2017. We are supposed to be living in an age of pluralism and tolerance, freedom of religion and freedom of speech, and in a land where your conscience is your own.
As it happens, this year marks the 500th anniversary of the moment that, more than any other, ushered in the modern world. On October 31, 1517, the German monk Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg, challenging the corruption, self-interest and authoritarianism of the Catholic Church, and starting the Protestant Reformation.
By daring to speak his mind, Luther set off an explosion of discussion and debate.
From his lone gesture of defiance you can trace a line from the Reformation to the Scientific Revolution, the 18th-century Enlightenment of new ideas and social philosophy, and finally the age of tolerance and freedom we are lucky enough to inhabit today.
What a grim irony that, even as the world prepares to mark the anniversary of the Reformation, new zealots are trying to slam the door on free speech.
For if freedom means anything, it means the right to hold unfashionable opinions, to say the unsayable and to stand in the last ditch, when every man is against you, for what you truly believe.
Tim Farron put his faith above his political career. Good for him. He has shown himself a far better man than the so-called liberals who brought him down.
But I fear he will not be the last victim of the new intolerance. Unless the rest of us stand up to the zealots, they will not rest until all dissent is silenced.
They are a threat to everything this country stands for. They must be fought. They must be beaten.
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Christmas 2017 – NLP Community Action!

WITH CHRISTMAS just a few days away, the National Liberal Party is calling its members and supporters to undertake some local community action.

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We want folks to print out just ten of our Christmas 2017 – Support Your Local Shops! leaflets and simply distribute them to their family, friends, workmates, neighbours and local shopkeepers.

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Distributing just ten leaflets will take a matter of minutes – but it will alert many, many people to our campaign in support of local shops, small businesses and the self-employed.

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To download our Christmas leaflet simply click here: http://nationalliberal.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/shoplocal17xmas.pdf

Do it today – and let’s get those leaflets out!

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