Dear Broadcast Media,
There is now a Party registered with the electoral commission that is unique in standing for the constitutional rights of the English. Under international and UK law, you have a responsibility to provide balance in terms of political reporting.
The British do not have a constitution, but the English do. This letter is an open invitation for you to interview me, Graham Moore, the leader of the English Constitution Party (ECP).
Winston Churchill once walked away from ALL mainstream parties and stood as a Constitutionalist. In the General Election of 1924, he and six others won their seats. That is a historical fact. He also said that the main parties were seeking to destroy the English Constitution and liberties of the people. He was right! He even wanted to form a Constitution Party. However, war came, and he did not realise his dream.
The people should know we exist. Our right for self-determination should be respected and promoted. You are registered and licenced via Ofcom with a responsibility as a news channel to provide fairness and balance under ‘due impartiality’.
Media balance is supported by international declarations and covenants including the United Nations, European Court of Human Rights and English Constitutional Law.
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.
English Constitution Party