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Ministry seeks applications to help high street regeneration | News | Local Government Chronicle


Agriculture Bill: 10 Oct 2018: House of Commons debates - TheyWorkForYou


Matt Hancock launches tech vision to build the most advanced health and care system in the world - GOV.UK


A United Kingdom Federation: The Prospects - Federal Union


Rebuilding Britain - The Labour Party


300-Year-Old Secret 'Lucky' Shoe Found in Cambridge University Wall


How the campaign for a People’s Vote is changing politics (again) | openDemocracy


New relationships and health education in schools - GOV.UK


Isobel Lindsay: Why we need to talk about 'nationalism' | The National


New funding for innovative projects to build stronger communities - GOV.UK


“Why we need an English manifesto” – our submission to Labour’s Democracy Review


The Origins of the English - The Salisbury Review

The English of 1927 were more than 90 per cent the descendants of the English of AD 927.

People identifying as ‘Other White’ has increased by over a million since 2001 | Visual.ONS


After Brexit, England will have to rethink its identity | Robert Winder | Opinion | The Guardian

It was once a byword for calm, but that nation is no more. Instead, England has become jittery and impulsive

Understanding the origins of Brexit is vital to making a success of it | BrexitCentral

Brexit was the point at which four long-term trajectories converged and precipitated an event of seismic magnitude that disrupted decades of what seemed like inevitable transnational integration.

Why the idea that the English have a common Anglo-Saxon origin is a myth

THE idea that there is a common Anglo-Saxon ancestry based on biology is gaining currency among some right-wing and religious groups in the UK and US.

Britain’s problem is not with Europe, but with England | David Marquand | Opinion | The Guardian

The UK is being drawn into a Brexit half of its nations don’t want, propelled by an outdated version of English nationhood. Progressives must fight back

Labour’s democracy review should include an... | John Denham

Labour’s democracy review is well underway, aiming to improve the engagement of members across the party and to overhaul decision-making structures at every level.The review rightly recognises that increasing representation and empowering people are crucial elements to making Labour an effective political party that can win elections and drive radical change. And a crucial question for the review must be: “How can our decision-making ensure we reach and represent voters in the key English seats that Labour must win to form a government and begin that change?”

Time For Some Independent Thinking In Wales

The kind of jingoistic, chest beating English nationalism we’re currently seeing across England will eventually drive a wedge between our two countries. Will it prove to be the catalyst for an English Parliament in the near future? It wouldn’t surprise me at all. Similarly, the Brexit fall-out appears to possess all of the dynamics necessary for a rapid disintegration of the union. Or maybe we’ll find ourselves being run as a post Brexit toothless, decaying (even more so than now) province of England governed by a hard line, reactionary English nationalist government keen to ditch Wales altogether.

After Brexit, the UK’s old-fashioned economy will lose its clout







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