From Robin Tilbrook <[email protected]>
Subject Weekly roundup Friend
Date May 21, 2022 4:00 PM
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Weekly Roundup

Cost of living crisis: Rishi Sunak makes the Sunday Times Rich List!

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Rishi Sunak has become the first major politician to make it onto the Sunday Times Rich List.

Mr Sunak, along with his wife Akshata Murty, entered the rich list for the first time with their joint £730million fortune as Russian billionaires tumbled down this year’s rankings.

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Time to build: Join the English Dems and Go Gold!

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I am delighted to inform you of a very special invitation now open to you: the English Democrats ‘GOLD MEMBERSHIP’ offer.

If you accept my invitation today —you’ll receive all the valuable benefits only available to GOLD MEMBERS, FREE

•FREEExclusive Black-Tie Dinner with the Chairman every year at a prestigious venue.

•FREEExclusive GOLD MEMBER ‘St George Sovereign Medal’ in a presentation box.

•FREEExclusive GOLD MEMBER Pin Badge to wear with pride and dignity.

•FREEExclusive GOLD MEMBERSHIP Card with Key fob

•FREEComplimentary ‘Annual Party Reports’

•FREEComplimentary copies of the Party’s Magazine, for your friends.

Simply by becoming a GOLD MEMBER, you will be facilitating the hopes, prayers and aspirations of every true English man and English woman.

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Latest victim of woke culture: University cancels SONNETS!

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University chiefs have sidelined sonnets from a creative writing course over concerns they are ‘products of white Western culture’.

The poetic form, notably used by Shakespeare, has fallen foul of efforts to ‘decolonise the curriculum’ at the University of Salford.

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Non-EU migrant visas reach record high

The number of visas issued to migrants from outside of the EU reached a record in 2021 as the first year of the UK's post-Brexit rules led to a more liberal immigration system, the Times has revealed.

Home Office figures show that 843,538 non-EU migrants were granted visas to live, work and study in Britain last year. The number stood at just over 450,000 in 2020.

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Yours sincerly

Robin Tilbrook

Party Chairman


English Democrats Party - PO Box 1066, 
Norwich NR14 6ZJ, United Kingdom

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