Purley – Is it time for England to dissolve the union?

Wednesday, 17th April 2024 , categories: Devolution, Meetings, Purley

St Patrick’s Day is a Bank Holiday in Northern Ireland, St Andrew’s Day is a Bank Holiday in Scotland, with the overlooked St George’s day rapidly approaching we ask: Is it time for England to dissolve the union?

The UK has been the most successful democratic union of nations in world history.  It is responsible for the Industrial Revolution and defending Europe from tyranny.  For all the problems of the world’s largest ever Empire, it heads the Commonwealth of Nations, but devolution has dissolved the strength of support for it.

Come and join us to discuss this important topic – tell us whether or not you think  it is time for England to dissolve the union.

Join us Upstairs, Whispers, 5 High St, Purley CR8 2AF on Wednesday 17th April, from 7pm.

Full details https://croydonconstitutionalists.uk/thirdwednesday-apr2024/

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Our neighbouring London Borough Bromley has just become the UK’s first Free Speech Council.  We’ve spoken with Councillor Simon Fawthrop the Chairman of the Executive, Resources and Contracts Committee at Bromley Council, about the decision:

https://croydonconstitutionalists.uk/bromley-a-free-speech-council/

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