English Identity Letter, Local Council

IMPORTANT: Please either copy out or download this letter, send to your local council electoral department, and when you receive a reply send to me. I will use it in court case.

Your Name and Address Council

Electoral Department

date

Dear Sir/Madam

I am English not British.

My National Identity is English (my Country England) and I would like that reflected on the voter register.  My English National Identity is important to me.

If you consider this is not possible, please explain why?

Yours Faithfully

[Signature]

[Name of Person]

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Published by Graham Moore

I believe in Liberty, Freedom and fairness for all. Sick of political correctness and mind and thought control. The Rule of Law, Common Law.

4 thoughts on “English Identity Letter, Local Council

  1. Thanks Graham,

    It will be on its way in the morning.

    English regards

    Tony: of the family Rose

    Sent from ProtonMail mobile

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  2. Thanks Graham, have emailed mine the electoral register officer today. I have a problem with rumble, it freezes so often that I cannot follow your show, or rarely able to comment. Any advice would be appreciated. Regards Paulined

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  3. Hello Graham, I sent a request to have my English identity entered on the Electoral Register in the Wakefield Metropolitan District Council area and I received the attached reply. I hope this can be of use in the court case. If any other information is needed, please let me know. Thank you for all you hard work.

    Kind regards

    Mick Newby ________________________________

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