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Friday, 22 May 2015



The English Democrats are now beginning to gear up for the Police Commissioner Elections in May 2016 and I am the English Democrats candidate for Police Commissioner for Essex.

In the last Police Commissioner Elections all our candidates retained their deposits and in one case our candidate came second. This was with a miniscule budget of less than £1,000 spent throughout all of England!

Next year we are going to make a more serious effort to get some of our candidates elected. We intend to stand throughout England and we are looking for volunteers.

I shall be standing on the basis of trying to get elected so that I can change the direction of policing in Essex.

Here is what I shall be saying to the people of Essex:-

Essex Police Commissioner Election

Robin, Tilbrook, Chairman of the English Democrats will be our candidate for Essex.

The Police and Crime Commissioners replaced the previous largely ineffective and anonymous Police Authorities with a Directly Elected Commissioner with the power to hire and fire the Chief Constable and allocate the Police Force’s budget and set priority policies.

Our slogan for this election will be 'English Democrats -"MORE POLICE - CATCHING CRIMINALS!"'

Robin Tilbrook said:-

“Our manifesto has good old fashioned English common-sense policies for policing and I expect will strongly appeal to the electorates of most English Constabularies.Elected English Democrats’ Police and Crime Commissioners will purge their police forces of political correctness and focus their police forces on catching real criminals and maintaining traditional English Law and Order rather than Politically Correct social engineering projects.

“If elected I shall increase the policng budget for Essex and resist the "Conservative's" secret plans to cut it which are leading to the disasterous loss of hundreds of police constables and of reducing our police force's capability to catch criminals and maintain Law and Order in Essex!

I also intend to seek a mandate from the people of Essex that every police station should fly the Cross of St George; that “communities” budgets are used to promote Essex’s celebrations of St George’s Day and upon a zero tolerance attitude on the part of Essex’s police force to petty crime and anti-social behaviour, that blights so many of our communities.

“I fully intend to use the Police Commissioners power to dismiss the Chief Constable in the event of non-compliance.”

"MORE POLICE - CATCHING CRIMINALS! Traditional English Law and Order; Cracking down on real criminals and gangs. Criminals should be afraid, not good citizens!

Zero tolerance for political correctness in Essex policing!

The “Conservatives” plan to privatise and to cut hundreds of front line police officers! We oppose any cuts to real policing.

On 5th May 2016 - Vote English Democrats for more and for tougher policing in Essex.

See our policies on:

Robin Tilbrook is the English Democrats’ candidate. He is an Essex solicitor, past President of the Mid Essex Law Society and Chairman of the English Democrats."

Relevant parts of the English Democrats’ manifesto are below:

1.6 The English Flag

1.6.1 We call for the compulsory flying of the English flag, the cross of St George, on all state-maintained public buildings in England.

2.11 Policing

2.11.1 Policing is an increasingly difficult job due to changes in our society, which now lacks the social cohesion and shared values that once gave us a mostly peaceful and well-ordered way of life. Our cities have become places where it is impossible to perform traditional communal policing.

2.11.2 English Democrats seek a return to a system of policing which recognises the principle that all citizens are treated equally. In their efforts to prevent crime and catch criminals the police should not be hindered and demoralised by unreasonable ideological constraints.

2.11.3 We should not lose sight of the fact that the basis for the maintenance of law and order in England rests on a firm foundation of active participation by law-abiding citizens. A relationship of trust and co-operation between citizens and police is essential to effective policing and the prevention of crime. With that in mind, it is reasonable to expect that policing should not be oppressive. The aim is a peaceable society in which liberty and justice can flourish.

2.11.4 It is essential that the police force be adequately trained and resourced.

2.11.5 Police forces should be more democratically accountable than at present. This would require the election of Chief Constables or the Police Authorities which appoint them.

2.11.6 English Democrats call for the creation of a scheme enabling businesses to pay for their security staff to train and register as Special Constables, their powers of arrest applying to their place of work and its neighbouring streets. Such registered security staff would be subject to Police staff performance monitoring and discipline.

2.12 The Legal System

2.12.1 The primary role of a legal system is to provide the means for settling disputes. It should enable those who suffer loss, in the form personal injury, theft, or damage to property, to be properly compensated by the party at fault. Laws, and the penalties for breaking them, should comply with the principles of natural justice.

As societies have become more complex, so have their law codes. To a great extent, this is unavoidable.

2.12.2 However, states and their governing elites are extending the reach of law into areas that infringe upon individual liberties. The result is a body of law which is more restrictive and complex than it need be. Many of the customs and principles of English law are being undermined in the political quest for greater conformity with Continental ideas and practices. Law is being used as a tool for imposing dogma. One of the consequences of these changes is that the police are increasingly being made the enforcers of political doctrine and moving further away from their traditional role of upholding the delicate balance between Order and Liberty.

2.12.3 In order to obtain justice, citizens must feel able to consult and employ the services of the legal profession. Many people are deterred from this by the procedures and costs of the present legal system. Improvements have been made in recent years but more needs to be done to make the system user friendly and efficient.

2.13.4 The English Democrats favours less law and a simplification of law. There are far too many matters currently covered by the criminal law. There should be a drastic reduction and rationalisation of the number and extent of criminal offences.

2.13.5 We must reform the jury system but not abandon it because the jury provides a democratic check on the legal system. The law is not the property of lawyers; it belongs to the people and should serve their needs.

Our preference is for a return to comprehensible, just and effective law. Given its current chaotic state, the law should be codified.

2.13.6 Once the criminal law has been properly codified, the English Democrats would ensure that the criminal law is vigorously policed and enforced.

2.13.7 Except in an emergency there should be a single annual implementation date for new law. This will help rectify the current muddled situation where no one can be sure, without considerable effort or expense, whether a clause of a new Act has been brought into force or not. Also, some rules, for example the Civil Procedure Rules, are being rewritten so frequently that new editions are being published more than once a month! This leads, not surprisingly, to the shameful situation where no-one, not even the judiciary, can be sure of the current rule in force without first making unreasonable efforts to research the point.

2.13.8 In order to avoid such excessive complexity developing again, a monitoring system should be devised which ensures that new law is unambiguously comprehensible and properly and efficiently enforceable. This could be a function of a reformed Second Chamber.

2.13.9 The English Democrats respect the right of victims of crime to defend themselves and their property against criminals. The English Democrats would extend the right of self-help.

2.13.10 The English Democrats believe that every victim of a criminal offence should have the right to address the court on the question of sentence and for the court to be required to bear the victim’s views in mind when passing sentence.

2.13.11 It is not acceptable that 100,000 hardened criminals commit over half of all crime in the U.K. Once a criminal is identified as beyond effective rehabilitation he or she must be kept out of the community until no longer a risk.

2.13.12Prisons should be designed and equipped so that prisoners are not subject to degrading conditions

3.19 Political Correctness

3.19.1 The English Democrats share the public concerns as to the harm caused to our society by political correctness.

3.19.2 The English Democrats unreservedly condemn this intolerant creed. We reject the self-righteousness of political correctness and condemn the ideology as an evil. Political correctness is incompatible with a free and democratic society.

3.19.3 One key aspect of political correctness is that a person, an institution or a government is politically correct when they cease to represent the interests of the majority, and become focused on the deliberate subversion of English national culture and interests, the denigration of English history and of the English themselves, and the promotion of the objectives of minority pressure groups.

3.19.4 Political correctness is grounded in the capture of state institutions, with official spokespeople, legislative powers and sanctions for breaches of political correctness. It is this capture of state institutions which makes political correctness so oppressive and dangerous. This must end.

3.19.5 The English Democrats will take whatsoever measures are necessary to remove political correctness from both national and local government, including the various quangos and other government bodies funded either directly or indirectly by the taxpayer. These measures will include the following three steps: Firstly, those educational establishments, legal establishments, quangos, departments or other government organisations that are promoting political correctness will be fundamentally reconstituted and/or have their funding withdrawn or, where appropriate and if possible, be closed down. In particular, the so-called Commission for Equality and Human Rights will be closed. Private organisations that promote political correctness will not be awarded government contracts. Secondly, the English Democrats recognise that those institutions that are run by state appointees are the most detached from public opinion and are more likely to become politically correct. The English Democrats will, where practical, ensure that senior public employees, such as police chief constables and senior judges, are democratically approved by the community they serve. This will be achieved either via direct elections or via approval by democratically elected representatives. Many senior public posts will be subject to a maximum occupancy period, for such senior public employees to be accountable to the public will form a part of a bulwark against political correctness. Thirdly, the English Democrats will carry out a review of all laws and regulations, and will amend or, where appropriate and if possible, completely repeal those laws and regulations that foster and promote political correctness.

3.20 St George’s Day

3.20.1 The people of England should be able to celebrate St George’s day as a National Holiday.


  1. Perhaps you should add 3.20.2 There will be compulsory Morris dancing and 1.6.2 Maypoles will be erected at every cross road.

  2. As part of the peace agreement recognising the Irish and the Scots cultures of the province, the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) puts out information in Irish and Ulster Inglish as well as in British English.
    The English Democrat crime and police commissioners should publish in both British English and English English (New-English) as proposed by David Cowley and others.
    Traditional England, We must get back to speaking true English without all the unnecessary foreign words which dilute our culture. See 'How We'd talk if the English had won in 1066' by David Cowley, ISBN 978-07552-1167-8, which describes how to change British English into New-English by drawing on Old English from before 1066..

  3. This from the Good Friday agreement might be useful:

    Equality and human rights. (i.e., cultural rights).

    The Agreement affirmed a commitment to "the mutual respect, the civil rights and the religious liberties of everyone in the community". The multi-party agreement recognised "the importance of respect, understanding and tolerance in relation to linguistic diversity", especially in relation to the Irish language, ULSTER SCOTS (i.e., Ulster Inglish), and the languages of Northern Ireland's ethnic minorities, "all of which are part of the cultural wealth of the island of Ireland".

  4. Privatised police means control by the one per cent to keep the other 99 down. This is a frightening prospect. Here we face a cut of 20% in our police. What sort of force will we have.

    On another tack the Traditional Britain Group are calling for the restoration of our branch lines as roads crumble. All right as long as rail is renationalised so it is still not cheaper to hop in the car.

    However, the chief point is that the country has twice the population it should have. Time to mention, like Douglas Carswell. as without pressing the reverse button the whole country will grind to a halt amongst bloodshed on all sides. The Bien Pensants know that Powell was right. The bullet is going to have to be bitten!!

  5. The first clause ,"The English Flag" 1.6, should have popular appeal. I suggest something like:
    "If you elect me as your police and crime commissioner, I will not tolerate anti-English prejudice (anglophobia) in the name of political correctness.
    As a token of good faith in this matter, I shall insist on the display of the Flag of England, the cross of ST George, by the Essex police force. For example, by flying the Flag of England over police property in Essex.

    1. Might I propose a change to clause 3.20?
      3.20 Cultural Rights.
      3.20.1 The English people should be able to celebrate St George's Day and St Edmund's Day( the first patron saint of the English) as public holidays.
      St Edmund's Day is also the wedding anniversary of the Queen and Prince Philip.

    2. Might I also suggest adding to 3.20?
      3.20.2 The cultural right of English people to receive official correspondence and messages written in New-English as well as correspondence and messages in Standard British English, as is the policy regarding the use of Ulster Inglish and Standard British English by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI)

  6. As well as every police station flying the Cross of St George so should every police officer wear a Cross of St George shoulder flash or patch on his or her uniform. Similarly, every police vehicle should be marked with the Cross of St George.

    1. Steve, "Hear, hear", to that.

  7. I'm all in favour of the Cross of St George on buildings, Police vehicles and on the shoulder patches on uniforms.
    However, I'm not at all sure that this is at the top of the priority list of the average Joe Voter.
    Tell the voting public that "Political Correctness" and with it our police officers' fear of being branded "racist" is evil - that directly or indirectly, it led to the atrocities in Rochdale and Rotherham and elsewhere.
    I don't possess your expertise in the realm of politics and can comment only as a member of the voting public.
    My fear for you is that threatening to sack the Chief Constable over the flying of the flag, before you start, is inviting a drubbing from the electorate.
    Concentrate on the principal issues that concern the electorate. Flags "et al" can come later.

    1. I agree with Clive. The priority has to be getting EDs elected. I do question the prominence given to flying the flag in the policy document, (and the question of St George's Day is not germane to policing).

    2. P.S.,
      I agree with Oswald that it would be appropriate to have in the policy document a 'Cultural Rights' clause which included such things as the use of a more English language, flags and other national symbols.