Saturday, 26 September 2009

The BBC is factually wrong

This in a report about the English Democrats:

The party wants to end subsidies from Westminster to Scotland and Wales and abolish the regional assemblies supported by the three main parties.
No, the Conservatives don't support regional assemblies, in fact Cameron has said he'll scrap them if he wins the election.

The BBC should sort out its sources, and stop presenting the Balkanisation of Britain as some sort of "common direction".


  1. The Tories will not scrap the regional carve-up of England. They started it. Regional assemblies are not the same as regionalisation.

    Never trust a Tory.

  2. I know Heath took us into the Common Market in 1972, but the regionalisation was really sped up by Labour since 1997. Regional assemblies are part of that plan.

    We'll have to wait and see come next year.


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