Principle Policy: English Self-Determination. Void the Act(s) of Union. Return England and Scotland to full autonomy.
Supported by International Declarations and Covenants including. UN/ECHR/English Constitutional Law.
We rely on, but not limited to, English Constitutional Law, case law, ECHR protocol 1, Article 3 and International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR) article 1, [1.1,1.2,1.3].
We also rely as guidance on the Resolution adopted by the
General Assembly on 13 September 2007 61/295. United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
The English Constitution Party stands for all English men and women, having constitutional rights no matter your colour. The principle is simple we all have the same English Constitutional Rights.
England and her indigenous people have the right to exist under international declaration and covenants, we have the right to govern ourselves and extend democracy to Counties, Districts and Parishes. We have the right to have our Constitution applied and communicated to the people.
‘The British ‘Elites’ and Establishment have divided and ruled in such a way as to turn English subjects against one another.
We, the ECP:
reject colonialism; England being the last significant colony of the British Empire
reject slavery in all its forms
reject racism, as it is a construct of divide and rule
reject foreign constitutions and foreign law
reject the British system of governance, corruption and despots
reject Fascism, Marxism and Communism and any method of controlling the means of production (you)
reject the undemocratic purging of common law rights and the English Bill of Rights and the British unconstitutional dismissal of these rights’