From Robin Tilbrook <[email protected]>
Subject Mid-week roundup Friend
Date May 26, 2022 5:00 PM
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Mid-week Roundup

Drivers face £1,000 fine for sharing speed camera locations

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Drivers have been warned they face a £1,000 fine and a month in prison should they share the location of mobile speed cameras on social media.

Anyone who posts the location a police speed trap could be in breach of section 89 of the Police Act 1997.

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The English Democrats candidate for the Wakefield By-Election is Thérèse Hirst 

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The important Wakefield by-election is now in full swing!

Our great candidate, Thérèse Hirst, will hit the campaign hard. Our main leaflets have prepared to be dropped through thousands of doors.

Now we need YOU to back her in this campaign to remind the voters that there is moderate, but principled, ENGLISH VOICE on the ballot papers.

This really matters. The media are concentrating on the fight for first place between Labour and the Tories, but there’s another important electoral struggle going on in Wakefield - and it’s one that the ENGLISH DEMOCRATS can be the voice for the English people.

As a party we appreciated your support in our last by-elections but it’s really important that we do the same again this time, because our people deserve a decent ENGLISH VOICE.

So please, dig as deep as you can to help Thérèse Hirst and the English Democrats beat the elite at the same time as sending a powerful message to Westminster: We’re tired of being ignored and taken for granted!

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First migrant flight to Rwanda scuppered after legal challenge

Under exceptional laws introduced by Home Secretary Priti Patel, illegal migrants that crossed the Channel into Britain will be sent to Rwanda in a £120m plan.

Critics of the plan have questioned the huge financial burden of the scheme, with others raising concerns over human rights. Now, a left-wing charity has intervened and scuppered plans for the first flight leaving for the African nation.

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Police leaders to commit to being 'institutionally anti-racist'

Police leaders are set to apologise and say they are “ashamed” of alleged “discrimination and bias” within their ranks in a new report.

A plan from the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) and College of Policing, due to be published next week, will commit to being “institutionally anti-racist”.

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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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