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A Parliament for England
« on: Aug 01, 2008, 16:27 »
I know not everyone is English (although 83% of British are) but I do not mind comments from other nationalities. Wales has a national assembly, as does Northern Ireland. Scotland has it's own elected parliament. Why is it England has not?

Question 1. Should England be allowed to have it's own Parliament (not a balkanised effort as tried by Blairs Cronies).

Question 2. Would England and the other countries of the UK be better off?

What say you?

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Re: A Parliament for England
« Reply #1 on: Aug 09, 2008, 16:06 »
Definately England should have its own parliament. English people tend to conveniently forget that the UK is a union of three seperate countries and several provinces of Ireland. England is scared of the idea of being recognised as a country in it's own right.

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