English Democratic Party and its struggle for the nation
The English Democratic Party is a syndicate of English federalists who formed a party that is committed to the formation of a new Parliament that is devolved. This Parliament enjoys similar grant of power as is designated to the Scottish Parliament. This party somehow does not subscribe to the independence of the English. Considering themselves equivalent to the other existing parties of Plaid Cymru and Scottish National Party, this party has the moot point of proving their slogan which is “Not left, not right, just English”. The English Democrats had won the local election in 2009. English Democracy is still strong in popularity among the Englanders.
English Democratic Party was first formed in 1998 by Robin Tilbrook. Responding to the calls of assignment of power in Wales and Scotland, Tilbrook formed and named the party as the English National Party. This party was actually a reformation of what was formed in 1960. However, since the older party became dysfunctional due to corruption and unfavorable circumstances, the need to restore its glory was necessitated. Fortunately, Tilbrook’s party included members from the pressure group of Campaign for an English Parliament. The Campaign party was entitled to lobby in favor of the devolved English Parliament. English Democracy was launched through the promotion of this party in the month of September, 2002.
The English Democratic Party merged with several other smaller parties prior to the launching program. In 2004, it made its first big merge with the Reform UK Party, even though the party was a minute splinter group. Finally, the party underwent its final merging activity with the New England Party in the month of February, 2007. English Democracy was thus reinstated after a long period of time. Since this land is dwelt by people who do not mingle into political matters, only a section of the people tends to take politics seriously, only so that it can