Revision history for Political Freedom


Revision [97605]

Last edited on 2015-09-08 21:12:14 by nick
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== [[Political Freedom|Constitution]] - [[Europe]] - [[Environment]] - [[Trade|Trade]] - [[Foreign|Foreign Policy]] - [[Defence|Security & Defence]]==----
==**Constitution**==
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== [[Political Freedom|Constitution]] - [[Europe]]==----
==Constitution==


Revision [97587]

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Revision [97586]

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Revision [97585]

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Revision [97584]

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Revision [97583]

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Revision [97582]

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Revision [97581]

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==Constitution
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Revision [97580]

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==== **Political Reform**====
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==== Political Reform====


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Revision [97578]

Edited on 2015-09-08 20:54:52 by nick
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==[[4-Pillars| Reform: 4-Pillars of the Liberal Awakening]]==----
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==[[4-Pillars| Reform: 4-Pillars of the Liberal Awakening]]==


Revision [97577]

Edited on 2015-09-08 20:54:36 by nick
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===== Political Reform=====
== [[Political Freedom|Constitution]] - [[Europe]]==----
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===== Political Reform=====---
== [[Political Freedom|Constitution]] - [[Europe]]==


Revision [97576]

Edited on 2015-09-08 20:54:14 by nick
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== [[Political Freedom|Constitution]] - [[Europe]]==
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== [[Political Freedom|Constitution]] - [[Europe]]==----


Revision [97575]

Edited on 2015-09-08 20:53:57 by nick
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Revision [97573]

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==== Political Reform====
== [[Political Freedom|Constitution]] - [[Europe]]==----
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==Constitution==


Revision [97565]

Edited on 2015-09-08 20:23:05 by nick
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Revision [97564]

Edited on 2015-09-08 20:22:48 by nick
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Revision [97563]

Edited on 2015-09-08 20:14:18 by nick

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Revision [97562]

Edited on 2015-09-08 20:13:41 by nick
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[[Europe|NEXT: Europe (inc. the EU)]]
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[[Europe|NEXT PAGE: Europe (inc. the EU)]]


Revision [97559]

Edited on 2015-09-08 20:11:12 by nick
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==Europe (inc. the EU)==
1) Leave the EU unless:
a) Complete abolition of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
a) ALL developing world trade tariffs removed.
a) Abolition of ALL dumping of surplus goods into the developing world
1) Immoral subsidies and protectionism - as exemplified by the CAP - are having a devastating effect on the economic development of the third world will be abolished forever.
1) The EU to become a fully elected, democratic and accountable institution.
1) Abolish unelected EU commissioners: the current structure of the EU is democratically unaccountable.
1) Abolish the unelected President of the European council & High Representative of Foreign affairs.
1) The EU will become solely a true free-trade area, and will stop unnecessary and socially divisive political integration.
1) The Euro ‘bailouts’ were mainly designed to protect creditors again: the Euro should have insisted on a ‘no bailout’ clause whereby countries like Greece could default and the lenders would have to pick up the bill for their reckless lending.
1) End EU/ECB/government backing of Bondholders.
1) The Euro should be abolished: the political and social ramifications are such that the Euro inevitably leads to resentment and intolerance between constituent states. The nationalist movement in Scotland and the situation in Greece is an indicator of what can happen when one country feels powerless and bullied by a more dominant neighbour.
==Environment==
1) Climate Change:
a) Be sceptical about anybody (or institution) that claims that they ‘definitely’ know what the impact will be on the climate of the next 50 years due to high atmospheric CO2 . Especially be wary or politicians or journalists who suffer from //certainty//’(eg. Boris Johnson and Will Hutton).
a) Stop wasting resources on expensive //fashionable// but short term pointless technologies like wind power.
a) Instead re-direct the investment on a massive global project to deliver nuclear fusion, superconductors, underground thermal energy, and Space-based Solar Power (SBSP).
a) The departments of Energy, Transport and Environment will all be combined to become self-financing so that an integrated policy ensues.
1) Population Growth
a) The biggest threat to the global environment.
a) A worldwide effort toward education and economic development of the developing world, especially girls and women.
1) Natural Environment:
a) Responsibility of mankind to live hand in hand with nature, and look after a globally diverse world.
a) Re-introduce native flora and fauna (eg. lynx and wolves to Scotland)
==Trade and International Development==
1) More //Globalisation// is the key to ensuring fair distribution of resources throughout the world.
a) Restrictions on trade lead to nationalism.
a) The developing countries do not have the influence in trade negotiations so their access to markets is limited.
1) //Trade not Aid//:
a) End BBC and government support for well-meaning charitable giving schemes such as //Comic Relief// that maintain a cycle of developing world deprivation.
a) Abolish long term food aid to third world.
a) Abolish ALL dumping of free or cheap food and clothing onto developing world. This undercuts their own local businesses, increases unemployment, and prevents nations from investing their way out of poverty.
a) Dumping disguised as // Aid //and misplaced //Good Intentions// create an everlasting cycle of dependency.
1) Overseas Aid
a) Stop the targeting aid to //strategic// trading partners (eg. India) who are developed enough to take responsibility for dealing with their own internal inequalities and injustices.
a) All aid to be reassigned as //Development Aid//.
a) Development aid to be conditional on Democratic reforms
1) Abolish the EUs Common Agricultural Policy (CAP):
a) the CAP is one of the major contributors to keeping the developing world in poverty. It restricts agricultural imports from the developing nations (their main industry) and dumps cheap food into their markets thus making farmers and agricultural workers unemployed.
a) Remove all tariffs (especially food) with the developing world (esp. Africa).
1) Abolish developed world state //Export Guarantee// (eg. ExIm)
a) Distorts free trade
a) Puts poorer developing nations at a disadvantage as they can't compete.
1) Immigration
a) Encouraging mass immigration of talented and skilled workers from developing or war-torn countries is immoral: it leaves these countries //gutted// of the very people that will help them re-build and recover.
a) Many of those risking their lives to reach Europe are from the best educated and richest segments of their societies.
a) These are also the people with the skills, ambition and languages to succeed abroad — which is why those at Calais include students, academics, engineers and entrepreneurs.
a) a) Providing //dream lives// for these migrants in Europe would empty countries like Syria of the very people it most needs.
a) Big employers of foreign nationals like //The National Health Service (NHS)// should consider the morality of allowing poorer nations picking up the financial burden of training their employees.
a) The NHS is taking many of the best nurses and doctors away from developing nations that need these skilled workers so desperately.
a) We will Deal with the causes- NOT the consequences - of mass migration.
a) Our policies on encouraging //development aid//, ending //trade barriers// (esp. the EU's CAP), more //globalisation// and world//democratisation// will allow countries to both develop economically and keep their best skilled and talented citizens.
==Foreign Policy Reform==
1) New //Marshall Plan// for newly Democratic Countries.
a) Countries that embrace Democracy should be supported with huge government led investment.
a) Show the people of the world that they will be rewarded for their courage in changing to a democratic system.
a) This didn't happen with Russia after the collapse of communism which led very directly to a return to an autocratic and despotic system under Vladimir Putin.
a) The Arab Spring:
i) Tunisia's fledgling democracy should have massive investment support from the developed world.
i) Libya should have had financial support poured into it after the fall of Gaddafi.
a) Encourages World Peace based on the premis that: //Democratic Countries never go to war with each other//.
i) A freer, happier and peaceful world of democratic nations.
i) By integrating economies in a truly liberal capitalist system then nations all become dependent on each other.
i) Never again will countries be able to isolate themselves under totalitarian government.
a) Start actively condemning the most undemocratic and repressive of our so-called //allies// such as Saudi Arabia.
i) Condemn repressive and anti-liberal religeous sects philosophies such as Wahhabism, and stop all charitable donations to them.
a) Plebiscites to be encouraged around the world:
i) Stop trying to keep countries together if regions want independence.
i) Encourage a Plebiscite in Eastern Ukraine: let the majority decide whether they want to become independent (cf. Scotland referendum).
==Security & Defence==
1) Purpose of Security Expenditure:
a) Defend the United Kingdom from external hostile threats
a) Protect our democratic society and its values from internal organisations who oppose these values and want to take violent and illegal action to implement.
a) Protect threats to our ability to trade around the world.
1) De-commission our Aircraft Carriers
1) They serve no purpose to any perceived or real threats.
1) Against any potential //strong// enemy (eg. Russia or China) they are too vulnerable to use and will not be allowed to go to sea.
1) Against any //soft// targets (pirates, guerillas etc) they are completely unnecessary and over specified.
1) They hark back to an imperialist mentality of //projecting power//: a vanity project by politicians and generals who hark back to world that no longer exist.
1) Army
a) Emphasis on specialist troops.
a) Reduce overall numbers: if large numbers are needed in regional conflicts then //local// troops to be trained and used.
a) Remaining troops to be equipped with the most //state-of-the-art// equipment and highly trained for new digital warfare.
a) Heavy Tanks to be phased out: replaced with fast transportable armoured vehicles.
1) Air Force and Army to merge.
a) A separate //strategic// air force is no longer required.
a) Instead of bidding against each other, the two services are to develop an integrated system for all soft and hard threats.
a) Air force procurement will be based on:
1) homeland defence against missiles, high speed aircraft, and electronic warfare.
1) Army support (Helicopters, anti-tank, electronic countermeasure, early warning, rapid reaction transport etc).
1) Navy
a) Strategic Role:
i) any potential threats from military //superpowers// (eg. China and Russia) requires an emphasis on submarines, and anti-missile, anti-shipping,& electronic countermeasure equipment.
i) The age of large capital shipping is over: There is no perceived threat these large vessels are useful for.
i) Large slow vulnerable frigates and cruisers to be phased out. They are over specified for counter-insurgency operations and skirmishes, and too vulnerable against potential //strong// enemies.
a) Insurgency support:
i) Support the army and marines with amphibious and rapid reaction equipment.
a) Trade Routes
i) Fast moving heavily armed vessels to protect against piracy.
1) Trident Nuclear Deterrent
a) A world of Democratic nations will have no need for Nuclear Weapons. Both unilateral and multilateral disarmament should quickly follow.
a) However, until that situation arises, Trident offers the cheapest and simplest means of ensuring that the United Kingdom is protected.


Revision [97558]

Edited on 2015-09-08 20:10:44 by nick
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[[Europe|NEXT PAGE: Europe (inc. the EU)]]


Revision [97557]

Edited on 2015-09-08 19:38:43 by nick
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a) Many of those risking their lives to reach Europe are from the best educated and richest segments of their societies.
a) These are also the people with the skills, ambition and languages to succeed abroad — which is why those at Calais include students, academics, engineers and entrepreneurs.
a) a) Providing //dream lives// for these migrants in Europe would empty countries like Syria of the very people it most needs.
a) We will Deal with the causes- NOT the consequences - of mass migration.
a) Our policies on encouraging //development aid//, ending //trade barriers// (esp. the EU's CAP), more //globalisation// and world//democratisation// will allow countries to both develop economically and keep their best skilled and talented citizens.
Deletions:
a) Providing dream lives in Europe would empty countries like Syria of the very people it most needs.
a) Deal with the causes- NOT the consequences - of illegal mass migration.


Revision [97556]

Edited on 2015-09-08 18:31:27 by nick
Additions:
a) Big employers of foreign nationals like //The National Health Service (NHS)// should consider the morality of allowing poorer nations picking up the financial burden of training their employees.
Deletions:
a) Big employers of foreign nationals like //The National Health Service (NHS)//should consider the morality of allowing poorer nations picking up the financial burden of training their employees.


Revision [97555]

Edited on 2015-09-08 18:30:31 by nick
Additions:
a) Remove all tariffs (especially food) with the developing world (esp. Africa).
a) Encouraging mass immigration of talented and skilled workers from developing or war-torn countries is immoral: it leaves these countries //gutted// of the very people that will help them re-build and recover.
a) Providing dream lives in Europe would empty countries like Syria of the very people it most needs.
a) Deal with the causes- NOT the consequences - of illegal mass migration.
a) Big employers of foreign nationals like //The National Health Service (NHS)//should consider the morality of allowing poorer nations picking up the financial burden of training their employees.
a) The NHS is taking many of the best nurses and doctors away from developing nations that need these skilled workers so desperately.
Deletions:
1) Remove all tariffs (especially food) with the developing world (esp. Africa).
a) Deal with the causes - NOT the consequences - of mass migration.


Revision [97554]

Edited on 2015-09-08 18:04:55 by nick
Additions:
1) More //Globalisation// is the key to ensuring fair distribution of resources throughout the world.
Deletions:
1) Globalisation is the key to ensuring fair distribution of resources throughout the world.


Revision [97553]

Edited on 2015-09-08 18:03:19 by nick
Additions:
1) Overseas Aid
a) Stop the targeting aid to //strategic// trading partners (eg. India) who are developed enough to take responsibility for dealing with their own internal inequalities and injustices.
1) Immigration
Deletions:
1) Immigration & Overseas Aid
a) Stop targeting aid to //strategic// trading partners (eg. India) who are developed enough to take responsibility for dealing with their own internal inequalities and injustices.


Revision [97540]

Edited on 2015-08-29 14:44:40 by nick
Additions:
1) Immigration & Overseas Aid
a) Deal with the causes - NOT the consequences - of mass migration.
a) All aid to be reassigned as //Development Aid//.
a) Development aid to be conditional on Democratic reforms
a) Stop targeting aid to //strategic// trading partners (eg. India) who are developed enough to take responsibility for dealing with their own internal inequalities and injustices.
Deletions:
1) Overseas Aid
a) Stop giving development aid to undemocratic governments.
a) Stop targeting aid to 'strategic' trading partners (eg. India) who are developed enough to take responsibility for dealing with their own internal inequalities and injustices.


Revision [97530]

Edited on 2015-08-28 16:02:01 by nick
Additions:
1) Army
a) Emphasis on specialist troops.
a) Reduce overall numbers: if large numbers are needed in regional conflicts then //local// troops to be trained and used.
a) Remaining troops to be equipped with the most //state-of-the-art// equipment and highly trained for new digital warfare.
a) Heavy Tanks to be phased out: replaced with fast transportable armoured vehicles.
a) Air force procurement will be based on:
1) homeland defence against missiles, high speed aircraft, and electronic warfare.
1) Army support (Helicopters, anti-tank, electronic countermeasure, early warning, rapid reaction transport etc).


Revision [97525]

Edited on 2015-08-28 15:27:20 by nick
Additions:
a) A world of Democratic nations will have no need for Nuclear Weapons. Both unilateral and multilateral disarmament should quickly follow.
Deletions:
a) A world of Democratic nations will have no need for Nuclear Weapons.


Revision [97524]

Edited on 2015-08-28 15:24:52 by nick
Additions:
1) Trident Nuclear Deterrent
a) A world of Democratic nations will have no need for Nuclear Weapons.
a) However, until that situation arises, Trident offers the cheapest and simplest means of ensuring that the United Kingdom is protected.
Deletions:
1) Nuclear Disarmament:
a) Trident Nuclear Deterrent
i) A world of Democratic nations will have no need for Nuclear Weapons.
i) However, until that situation arises, Trident offers the cheapest and simplest means of ensuring that the United Kingdom is protected.


Revision [97523]

Edited on 2015-08-28 15:24:06 by nick
Additions:
i) The age of large capital shipping is over: There is no perceived threat these large vessels are useful for.
i) Large slow vulnerable frigates and cruisers to be phased out. They are over specified for counter-insurgency operations and skirmishes, and too vulnerable against potential //strong// enemies.
a) Insurgency support:
i) Support the army and marines with amphibious and rapid reaction equipment.
a) Trade Routes
i) Fast moving heavily armed vessels to protect against piracy.
a) Trident Nuclear Deterrent
i) A world of Democratic nations will have no need for Nuclear Weapons.
i) However, until that situation arises, Trident offers the cheapest and simplest means of ensuring that the United Kingdom is protected.
Deletions:
i) Large slow vulnerable frigates and cruisers to be phased out.
a) A world of Democratic nations will have no need for Nuclear Weapons.


Revision [97522]

Edited on 2015-08-28 15:15:10 by nick
Additions:
a) Protect threats to our ability to trade around the world.
1) Against any //soft// targets (pirates, guerillas etc) they are completely unnecessary and over specified.
1) Air Force and Army to merge.
a) A separate //strategic// air force is no longer required.
a) Instead of bidding against each other, the two services are to develop an integrated system for all soft and hard threats.
1) Navy
a) Strategic Role:
i) any potential threats from military //superpowers// (eg. China and Russia) requires an emphasis on submarines, and anti-missile, anti-shipping,& electronic countermeasure equipment.
i) Large slow vulnerable frigates and cruisers to be phased out.
Deletions:
1) Against any //soft// targets they are completely unnecessary and over specified.


Revision [97521]

Edited on 2015-08-28 15:04:15 by nick
Additions:
==Security & Defence==
1) Purpose of Security Expenditure:
a) Defend the United Kingdom from external hostile threats
a) Protect our democratic society and its values from internal organisations who oppose these values and want to take violent and illegal action to implement.
1) De-commission our Aircraft Carriers
1) They serve no purpose to any perceived or real threats.
1) Against any potential //strong// enemy (eg. Russia or China) they are too vulnerable to use and will not be allowed to go to sea.
1) Against any //soft// targets they are completely unnecessary and over specified.
1) They hark back to an imperialist mentality of //projecting power//: a vanity project by politicians and generals who hark back to world that no longer exist.
1) Nuclear Disarmament:
a) A world of Democratic nations will have no need for Nuclear Weapons.
Deletions:
a) Nuclear Disarmament:
i) A world of Democratic nations will have no need for Nuclear Weapons.


Revision [97520]

Edited on 2015-08-28 14:51:33 by nick
Additions:
a) Nuclear Disarmament:
i) A world of Democratic nations will have no need for Nuclear Weapons.
Deletions:
a) Nuclear Disarmament: A world of Democratic nations will have no need for Nuclear Weapons.


Revision [97519]

Edited on 2015-08-28 14:51:10 by nick
Additions:
a) Nuclear Disarmament: A world of Democratic nations will have no need for Nuclear Weapons.


Revision [97518]

Edited on 2015-08-27 20:53:17 by nick
Additions:
a) The departments of Energy, Transport and Environment will all be combined to become self-financing so that an integrated policy ensues.


Revision [97362]

Edited on 2015-07-27 20:43:06 by nick
Additions:
a) The //European Convention on Human Rights// to be enshrined in UK law and incorporated into the new //Bill of Rights//.
Deletions:
a) The //European Convention on Human Rights// to be enshrined in UK law.


Revision [97361]

Edited on 2015-07-27 20:41:10 by nick
Additions:
i) Public sector //Whistle blowers// will be protected by modified //Public Interest// legislation.


Revision [97360]

Edited on 2015-07-27 20:38:50 by nick
Additions:
a) Human Rights Legislation:
Deletions:
a) Human Rights Legislation


Revision [97359]

Edited on 2015-07-27 20:38:34 by nick
Additions:
a) Human Rights Legislation
a) The //European Convention on Human Rights// to be enshrined in UK law.
a) We will work with the //Council of Europe// to modify the convention to be much clearer and more specific about an individuals //responsibilities// not just his or her //rights//.
a) Freedom of Information:
i) Extended to private organisations and businesses.
i) Banks and the financial sector to be legally more accountable to the general public.
Deletions:
1) Enhanced Freedom of Information: Banks and the financial sector to be legally more accountable to the general public.


Revision [97358]

Edited on 2015-07-27 20:26:17 by nick
Additions:
i) However, any writing, speaking or preaching that encourage violence towards any religious or secular group will be outlawed.
Deletions:
i) Writing, speaking or preaching words that encourage violence or hatred towards any religeous or secular group to be outlawed.


Revision [97357]

Edited on 2015-07-27 20:22:12 by nick
Additions:
a) No citizen, government, //head of state//, business, or //religious body// is above the law.
Deletions:
a) No citizen, government, ‘head of state’, business, or religious body is above the law.


Revision [97356]

Edited on 2015-07-27 20:20:01 by nick
Additions:
i) The //Human Rights// of an individual and the new //Bill of Rights// will always take primacy over religious doctrine or //tradition// in a court of law when there is a conflict between the two. Bigotry disguised as //religious belief// will fall under this category.
Deletions:
i) The //Human Rights// of an individual and the new //Bill of Rights// will always take primacy over religious doctrine or //tradition// in a court of law when there is a conflict between the two.


Revision [97355]

Edited on 2015-07-27 20:18:05 by nick
Additions:
i) Abolition of ALL **Blasphemy laws**: blasphemy to be a legal right.
Deletions:
i) Abolition of ALL Blasphemy laws: blasphemy to be a legal right.


Revision [97354]

Edited on 2015-07-27 20:17:07 by nick
Additions:
i) //Freedom of Speech// (incorporating //The Right to Offend//)
i) //Freedom of Worship//
i) //Freedom from Want//
i) //Freedom from Fear//
Deletions:
i) Freedom of Speech (incorporating //The Right to Offend//)
i) Freedom of Worship
i) Freedom from Want
i) Freedom from Fear


Revision [97109]

Edited on 2015-07-25 12:57:29 by nick
Additions:
1) Voting System
a) //First-past-the-post// voting system outdated and dangerous for democracy.
a) When groups go unrepresented, resentment and discontent builds.
a) A system that allows minority views to rule as majorities is unacceptable.
a) The //2-Party// system is leading to an elected-dictatorship where one party forces through unpopular policies that do not represent the electorate.
a) //Proportional Representation// is key to restraining political power, enfranchising the people, and enabling all groups to feel represented. Also, protect the integrity of the United Kingdom.


Revision [97086]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:57:27 by nick

No Differences

Revision [97085]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:56:44 by nick
Additions:
i) Disestablishment of the //Church of England//
i) The UK to adopt a secular constitution.
i) The Queen to no longer be the head of the //Church of England//.
Deletions:
i) Disestablishment of the Church of England: the UK to become a secular state and constitution.


Revision [97084]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:54:27 by nick
Additions:
i) Disestablishment of the Church of England: the UK to become a secular state and constitution.
Deletions:
i) Disestablishment of the Church of England


Revision [97083]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:52:52 by nick
Additions:
a) Religious Belief (protected by the //Freedom of Worship//):
Deletions:
a) Religious Belief:


Revision [97082]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:52:06 by nick
Additions:
i) All religion to be treated as a belief system that can be challenged, criticised or mocked without special protection by the law.
Deletions:
i) All religion to be treated as a belief system that can be challenged and criticised and mocked without special protection by the law.


Revision [97081]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:51:36 by nick
Additions:
i) All religion to be treated as a belief system that can be challenged and criticised and mocked without special protection by the law.
i) Writing, speaking or preaching words that encourage violence or hatred towards any religeous or secular group to be outlawed.
Deletions:
i) Protected by the //Freedom of Worship//
i) All religion to be treated as a belief system that can be challenged without special protection by the law.


Revision [97080]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:39:15 by nick
Additions:
a) Religious Belief:
Deletions:
a) Religion:


Revision [97079]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:38:44 by nick
Additions:
a) This //Bill of Rights// will become an updated //Magna Carta//: it will describe the fundamental rights and freedoms of the citizen.
a) No citizen, government, ‘head of state’, business, or religious body is above the law.
Deletions:
a) This //Bill of Rights// will become an updated //Magna Carta//: it will describe the fundamental rights and freedoms of the citizen, including that no citizen, government, ‘head of state’, business, or religious body - is above the law.


Revision [97078]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:37:54 by nick
Additions:
1) New //Bill of Rights// outlining our basic freedoms:
Deletions:
1) New //Bill of Rights// outlining our basic freedoms


Revision [97077]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:20:30 by nick
Additions:
a) End BBC and government support for well-meaning charitable giving schemes such as //Comic Relief// that maintain a cycle of developing world deprivation.
Deletions:
a) End BBC and government support for charitable giving schemes such as //Comic Relief// that maintain a cycle of developing world deprivation.


Revision [97072]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:11:18 by nick
Additions:
=====i) Political Reform=====
Deletions:
=====I) Political Reform=====


Revision [97071]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:11:01 by nick
Additions:
=====I) Political Reform=====
Deletions:
=====i) Political Reform=====


Revision [97070]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:10:39 by nick
Additions:
=====i) Political Reform=====
Deletions:
=====iv) Political Reform=====


Revision [97065]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:05:05 by nick
Additions:
i) A freer, happier and peaceful world of democratic nations.
Deletions:
1) A freer, happier and peaceful world of democratic nations.


Revision [97064]

Edited on 2015-07-23 00:04:21 by nick
Additions:
1) A freer, happier and peaceful world of democratic nations.
Deletions:
i) A freer, happier and peaceful world of democratic nations.


Revision [97055]

Edited on 2015-07-22 18:58:08 by nick
Additions:
a) Encourages World Peace based on the premis that: //Democratic Countries never go to war with each other//.
i) A freer, happier and peaceful world of democratic nations.
i) Condemn repressive and anti-liberal religeous sects philosophies such as Wahhabism, and stop all charitable donations to them.
Deletions:
a) Encourages World Peace:
i) //Democratic Countries never go to war with each other//.
1) Based around the premis that //Democratic Nations never go to war with each other//:
a) A better and peaceful world of democratic nations.


Revision [97054]

Edited on 2015-07-22 18:52:33 by nick
Additions:
1) Based around the premis that //Democratic Nations never go to war with each other//:
Deletions:
1) Democratic nations never go to war with each other


Revision [97051]

Edited on 2015-07-22 16:46:00 by nick
Additions:
1) //Trade not Aid//:
Deletions:
1) //Trade not Aid//


Revision [97050]

Edited on 2015-07-22 16:45:41 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolish the unelected President of the European council & High Representative of Foreign affairs.
1) End EU/ECB/government backing of Bondholders.
Deletions:
1) Abolish the unelected President of the European council & High Representative of Foreign affairs
1) End EU/ECB/government backing of Bondholders


Revision [97049]

Edited on 2015-07-22 16:44:45 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolish the unelected President of the European council & High Representative of Foreign affairs
Deletions:
1i) Abolish the unelected President of the European council & High Representative of Foreign affairs


Revision [97048]

Edited on 2015-07-22 16:44:23 by nick
Additions:
a) Be sceptical about anybody (or institution) that claims that they ‘definitely’ know what the impact will be on the climate of the next 50 years due to high atmospheric CO2 . Especially be wary or politicians or journalists who suffer from //certainty//’(eg. Boris Johnson and Will Hutton).
a) Stop wasting resources on expensive //fashionable// but short term pointless technologies like wind power.
a) Instead re-direct the investment on a massive global project to deliver nuclear fusion, superconductors, underground thermal energy, and Space-based Solar Power (SBSP).
a) The biggest threat to the global environment.
a) A worldwide effort toward education and economic development of the developing world, especially girls and women.
a) Responsibility of mankind to live hand in hand with nature, and look after a globally diverse world.
a) Re-introduce native flora and fauna (eg. lynx and wolves to Scotland)
a) Restrictions on trade lead to nationalism.
a) The developing countries do not have the influence in trade negotiations so their access to markets is limited.
a) End BBC and government support for charitable giving schemes such as //Comic Relief// that maintain a cycle of developing world deprivation.
a) Abolish long term food aid to third world.
a) Abolish ALL dumping of free or cheap food and clothing onto developing world. This undercuts their own local businesses, increases unemployment, and prevents nations from investing their way out of poverty.
a) Dumping disguised as // Aid //and misplaced //Good Intentions// create an everlasting cycle of dependency.
a) the CAP is one of the major contributors to keeping the developing world in poverty. It restricts agricultural imports from the developing nations (their main industry) and dumps cheap food into their markets thus making farmers and agricultural workers unemployed.
a) Distorts free trade
a) Puts poorer developing nations at a disadvantage as they can't compete.
a) Stop giving development aid to undemocratic governments.
a) Stop targeting aid to 'strategic' trading partners (eg. India) who are developed enough to take responsibility for dealing with their own internal inequalities and injustices.
a) Countries that embrace Democracy should be supported with huge government led investment.
a) Show the people of the world that they will be rewarded for their courage in changing to a democratic system.
a) This didn't happen with Russia after the collapse of communism which led very directly to a return to an autocratic and despotic system under Vladimir Putin.
a) The Arab Spring:
i) Tunisia's fledgling democracy should have massive investment support from the developed world.
i) Libya should have had financial support poured into it after the fall of Gaddafi.
a) Encourages World Peace:
i) //Democratic Countries never go to war with each other//.
i) By integrating economies in a truly liberal capitalist system then nations all become dependent on each other.
i) Never again will countries be able to isolate themselves under totalitarian government.
a) A better and peaceful world of democratic nations.
a) Start actively condemning the most undemocratic and repressive of our so-called //allies// such as Saudi Arabia.
a) Plebiscites to be encouraged around the world:
i) Stop trying to keep countries together if regions want independence.
i) Encourage a Plebiscite in Eastern Ukraine: let the majority decide whether they want to become independent (cf. Scotland referendum).
Deletions:
i) Be sceptical about anybody (or institution) that claims that they ‘definitely’ know what the impact will be on the climate of the next 50 years due to high atmospheric CO2 . Especially be wary or politicians or journalists who suffer from //certainty//’(eg. Boris Johnson and Will Hutton).
i) Stop wasting resources on expensive //fashionable// but short term pointless technologies like wind power.
i) Instead re-direct the investment on a massive global project to deliver nuclear fusion, superconductors, underground thermal energy, and Space-based Solar Power (SBSP).
i) The biggest threat to the global environment.
i) A worldwide effort toward education and economic development of the developing world, especially girls and women.
i) Responsibility of mankind to live hand in hand with nature, and look after a globally diverse world.
i) Re-introduce native flora and fauna (eg. lynx and wolves to Scotland)
i) Restrictions on trade lead to nationalism.
i) The developing countries do not have the influence in trade negotiations so their access to markets is limited.
i) End BBC and government support for charitable giving schemes such as //Comic Relief// that maintain a cycle of developing world deprivation.
i) Abolish long term food aid to third world.
i) Abolish ALL dumping of free or cheap food and clothing onto developing world. This undercuts their own local businesses, increases unemployment, and prevents nations from investing their way out of poverty.
1) Dumping disguised as // Aid //and misplaced //Good Intentions// create an everlasting cycle of dependency.
1) the CAP is one of the major contributors to keeping the developing world in poverty. It restricts agricultural imports from the developing nations (their main industry) and dumps cheap food into their markets thus making farmers and agricultural workers unemployed.
1) Distorts free trade
1) Puts poorer developing nations at a disadvantage as they can't compete.
1) Stop giving development aid to undemocratic governments.
1) Stop targeting aid to 'strategic' trading partners (eg. India) who are developed enough to take responsibility for dealing with their own internal inequalities and injustices.
1) Countries that embrace Democracy should be supported with huge government led investment.
1) Show the people of the world that they will be rewarded for their courage in changing to a democratic system.
1) This didn't happen with Russia after the collapse of communism which led very directly to a return to an autocratic and despotic system under Vladimir Putin.
1) The Arab Spring:
1) Tunisia's fledgling democracy should have massive investment support from the developed world.
1) Libya should have had financial support poured into it after the fall of Gaddafi.
1) Encourages World Peace:
1) //Democratic Countries never go to war with each other//.
1) By integrating economies in a truly liberal capitalist system then nations all become dependent on each other.
1) Never again will countries be able to isolate themselves under totalitarian government.
1) A better and peaceful world of democratic nations.
1) Start actively condemning the most undemocratic and repressive of our so-called //allies// such as Saudi Arabia.
1) Plebiscites to be encouraged around the world:
1) Stop trying to keep countries together if regions want independence.
1) Encourage a Plebiscite in Eastern Ukraine: let the majority decide whether they want to become independent (cf. Scotland referendum).


Revision [97047]

Edited on 2015-07-22 16:42:49 by nick
Additions:
a) Complete abolition of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
a) ALL developing world trade tariffs removed.
a) Abolition of ALL dumping of surplus goods into the developing world
1) The EU to become a fully elected, democratic and accountable institution.
1) Abolish unelected EU commissioners: the current structure of the EU is democratically unaccountable.
1i) Abolish the unelected President of the European council & High Representative of Foreign affairs
1) The EU will become solely a true free-trade area, and will stop unnecessary and socially divisive political integration.
1) The Euro ‘bailouts’ were mainly designed to protect creditors again: the Euro should have insisted on a ‘no bailout’ clause whereby countries like Greece could default and the lenders would have to pick up the bill for their reckless lending.
1) End EU/ECB/government backing of Bondholders
1) The Euro should be abolished: the political and social ramifications are such that the Euro inevitably leads to resentment and intolerance between constituent states. The nationalist movement in Scotland and the situation in Greece is an indicator of what can happen when one country feels powerless and bullied by a more dominant neighbour.
Deletions:
i) Complete abolition of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
i) ALL developing world trade tariffs removed.
i) Abolition of ALL dumping of surplus goods into the developing world
i) The EU to become a fully elected, democratic and accountable institution.
i) Abolish unelected EU commissioners: the current structure of the EU is democratically unaccountable.
i) Abolish the unelected President of the European council & High Representative of Foreign affairs
i) The EU will become solely a true free-trade area, and will stop unnecessary and socially divisive political integration.
i) The Euro ‘bailouts’ were mainly designed to protect creditors again: the Euro should have insisted on a ‘no bailout’ clause whereby countries like Greece could default and the lenders would have to pick up the bill for their reckless lending.
i) End EU/ECB/government backing of Bondholders
i) The Euro should be abolished: the political and social ramifications are such that the Euro inevitably leads to resentment and intolerance between constituent states. The nationalist movement in Scotland and the situation in Greece is an indicator of what can happen when one country feels powerless and bullied by a more dominant neighbour.


Revision [97046]

Edited on 2015-07-22 16:41:56 by nick
Additions:
a) Based around the //Four Freedoms// used in the existing //Universal Declaration of Human Rights//.
Deletions:
a) Based around the ‘Four Freedoms’ used in the existing Universal Declaration of Human Rights.


Revision [97045]

Edited on 2015-07-22 16:41:32 by nick
Additions:
a) //Right to Offend// the centrepiece .
Deletions:
a) ‘//Right to Offend//’ the centrepiece .


Revision [97044]

Edited on 2015-07-22 16:40:58 by nick
Additions:
i) Complete abolition of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
i) ALL developing world trade tariffs removed.
i) Abolition of ALL dumping of surplus goods into the developing world
i) The EU to become a fully elected, democratic and accountable institution.
i) Abolish unelected EU commissioners: the current structure of the EU is democratically unaccountable.
i) Abolish the unelected President of the European council & High Representative of Foreign affairs
i) The EU will become solely a true free-trade area, and will stop unnecessary and socially divisive political integration.
i) The Euro ‘bailouts’ were mainly designed to protect creditors again: the Euro should have insisted on a ‘no bailout’ clause whereby countries like Greece could default and the lenders would have to pick up the bill for their reckless lending.
i) End EU/ECB/government backing of Bondholders
i) The Euro should be abolished: the political and social ramifications are such that the Euro inevitably leads to resentment and intolerance between constituent states. The nationalist movement in Scotland and the situation in Greece is an indicator of what can happen when one country feels powerless and bullied by a more dominant neighbour.
i) Restrictions on trade lead to nationalism.
i) The developing countries do not have the influence in trade negotiations so their access to markets is limited.
i) End BBC and government support for charitable giving schemes such as //Comic Relief// that maintain a cycle of developing world deprivation.
i) Abolish long term food aid to third world.
i) Abolish ALL dumping of free or cheap food and clothing onto developing world. This undercuts their own local businesses, increases unemployment, and prevents nations from investing their way out of poverty.
Deletions:
1) Complete abolition of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
1) ALL developing world trade tariffs removed.
1) Abolition of ALL dumping of surplus goods into the developing world
1) The EU to become a fully elected, democratic and accountable institution.
1) Abolish unelected EU commissioners: the current structure of the EU is democratically unaccountable.
1) Abolish the unelected President of the European council & High Representative of Foreign affairs
1) The EU will become solely a true free-trade area, and will stop unnecessary and socially divisive political integration.
1) The Euro ‘bailouts’ were mainly designed to protect creditors again: the Euro should have insisted on a ‘no bailout’ clause whereby countries like Greece could default and the lenders would have to pick up the bill for their reckless lending.
1) End EU/ECB/government backing of Bondholders
1) The Euro should be abolished: the political and social ramifications are such that the Euro inevitably leads to resentment and intolerance between constituent states. The nationalist movement in Scotland and the situation in Greece is an indicator of what can happen when one country feels powerless and bullied by a more dominant neighbour.
1) Restrictions on trade lead to nationalism.
1) The developing countries do not have the influence in trade negotiations so their access to markets is limited.
1) End BBC and government support for //Comic Relief// and other charities that maintain this cycle of deprivation.
1) Abolish long term food aid to third world.
1) Abolish ALL dumping of free or cheap food and clothing onto developing world. This undercuts their own local businesses, increases unemployment, and prevents nations from investing their way out of poverty.


Revision [97043]

Edited on 2015-07-22 16:38:05 by nick
Additions:
1) End BBC and government support for //Comic Relief// and other charities that maintain this cycle of deprivation.
1) Abolish long term food aid to third world.
1) Abolish ALL dumping of free or cheap food and clothing onto developing world. This undercuts their own local businesses, increases unemployment, and prevents nations from investing their way out of poverty.
1) Dumping disguised as // Aid //and misplaced //Good Intentions// create an everlasting cycle of dependency.
Deletions:
1) End BBC and government support for ‘Comic relief’ and other charities that want to maintain this cycle of deprivation.
1) End all long term food aid to third world. Dumping free or cheap food and clothing onto developing world undercuts their own businesses, thus creating an everlasting cycle of dependency.


Revision [97042]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:59:05 by nick
Additions:
1) Leave the EU unless:
1) Complete abolition of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
1) ALL developing world trade tariffs removed.
1) Abolition of ALL dumping of surplus goods into the developing world
Deletions:
1) Leave the EU unless the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is abolished, third world trade tariffs removed.


Revision [97041]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:51:43 by nick
Additions:
i) Abolition of ALL Blasphemy laws: blasphemy to be a legal right.
Deletions:
i) i) Abolition of ALL Blasphemy laws: blasphemy to be a legal right.


Revision [97040]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:51:34 by nick
Additions:
i) All religion to be treated as a belief system that can be challenged without special protection by the law.
i) i) Abolition of ALL Blasphemy laws: blasphemy to be a legal right.
Deletions:
i) Abolition of ALL Blasphemy laws: blasphemy to be a legal right.
i) All religion to be treated as a belief system that can be challenged without extra protection by the law.


Revision [97039]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:50:59 by nick
Additions:
i) Abolition of ALL Blasphemy laws: blasphemy to be a legal right.
Deletions:
i) Abolish ALL Blasphemy laws: blasphemy to be a legal right.


Revision [97038]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:50:28 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolition of the //House of Lords//
Deletions:
1) Abolish the //House of Lords//


Revision [97037]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:48:55 by nick
Additions:
a) Replaced with a fully elected second chamber.
a) Will act as a counter-weight to the //elected-dictatorship// often seen in a one-chamber system.
a) Will have a legislative power on an equal footing to House of Commons.
Deletions:
1) Replaced with a fully elected second chamber.
1) Will act as a counter-weight to the //elected-dictatorship// often seen in a one-chamber system.
1) Will have a legislative power on an equal footing to House of Commons.


Revision [97036]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:48:38 by nick
Additions:
a) ‘//Right to Offend//’ the centrepiece .
a) Based around the ‘Four Freedoms’ used in the existing Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
a) This //Bill of Rights// will become an updated //Magna Carta//: it will describe the fundamental rights and freedoms of the citizen, including that no citizen, government, ‘head of state’, business, or religious body - is above the law.
a) This legislation will be //Entrenched Law// and //Supreme Law// protected and interpreted by an independent //Supreme Court//, and enshrined in the constitution.
a) Religion:
Deletions:
1) ‘//Right to Offend//’ the centrepiece .
1) Based around the ‘Four Freedoms’ used in the existing Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
1) This //Bill of Rights// will become an updated //Magna Carta//: it will describe the fundamental rights and freedoms of the citizen, including that no citizen, government, ‘head of state’, business, or religious body - is above the law.
1) This legislation will be //Entrenched Law// and //Supreme Law// protected and interpreted by an independent //Supreme Court//, and enshrined in the constitution.
1) Religion:


Revision [97035]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:46:24 by nick
Additions:
i) Protected by the //Freedom of Worship//


Revision [97034]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:45:26 by nick
Additions:
1) This legislation will be //Entrenched Law// and //Supreme Law// protected and interpreted by an independent //Supreme Court//, and enshrined in the constitution.
Deletions:
1) This legislation will be ‘Entrenched Law’ and ‘Supreme Law' protected and interpreted by an independent ‘Supreme Court’, and enshrined in the constitution.


Revision [97033]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:44:33 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolish the //House of Lords//
1) Replaced with a fully elected second chamber.
1) Will act as a counter-weight to the //elected-dictatorship// often seen in a one-chamber system.
1) Will have a legislative power on an equal footing to House of Commons.
Deletions:
1) Elected //House of Lords// with a legislative power on an equal footing to House of Commons.


Revision [97032]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:42:04 by nick
Additions:
1) New //Bill of Rights// outlining our basic freedoms
Deletions:
1) New UK //Bill of Rights// outlining our basic freedoms


Revision [97031]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:41:45 by nick
Additions:
1) This //Bill of Rights// will become an updated //Magna Carta//: it will describe the fundamental rights and freedoms of the citizen, including that no citizen, government, ‘head of state’, business, or religious body - is above the law.
i) Abolish ALL Blasphemy laws: blasphemy to be a legal right.
i) The //Human Rights// of an individual and the new //Bill of Rights// will always take primacy over religious doctrine or //tradition// in a court of law when there is a conflict between the two.
Deletions:
1) This ‘Bill of Rights’ will become an updated ‘Magna Carta’: it will describe the fundamental rights and freedoms of the citizen, including that no citizen, government, ‘head of state’, business, or religious body - is above the law.
i) Abolish ALL Blasphemy Laws: blasphemy to be a legal right.
i) The //Human Rights// of an individual and the new Bill of Rights will always take primacy over religious doctrine or //tradition// in a court of law when there is a conflict between the two.


Revision [97030]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:40:12 by nick
Additions:
i) The //Human Rights// of an individual and the new Bill of Rights will always take primacy over religious doctrine or //tradition// in a court of law when there is a conflict between the two.
Deletions:
i) In a dispute between individual freedom and religious teaching, the law of the land will always take precedent over religious //tradition//.


Revision [97029]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:38:39 by nick
Additions:
i) All religious courts (eg. sharia, Jewish etc) to be abolished.
Deletions:
i) All religious courts (eg. sharia, Jewish etc) to be abolished in the UK.


Revision [97028]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:35:56 by nick
Additions:
i) Abolish ALL Blasphemy Laws: blasphemy to be a legal right.
Deletions:
i) Abolish ALL blasphemy Laws: Blasphemy to be a legal right.


Revision [97027]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:35:37 by nick
Additions:
i) Abolish ALL blasphemy Laws: Blasphemy to be a legal right.
Deletions:
i) Abolish all Blasphemy Laws: Blasphemy to be a legal right.


Revision [97026]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:35:06 by nick
Additions:
i) Be sceptical about anybody (or institution) that claims that they ‘definitely’ know what the impact will be on the climate of the next 50 years due to high atmospheric CO2 . Especially be wary or politicians or journalists who suffer from //certainty//’(eg. Boris Johnson and Will Hutton).
i) Stop wasting resources on expensive //fashionable// but short term pointless technologies like wind power.
i) Instead re-direct the investment on a massive global project to deliver nuclear fusion, superconductors, underground thermal energy, and Space-based Solar Power (SBSP).
i) The biggest threat to the global environment.
i) A worldwide effort toward education and economic development of the developing world, especially girls and women.
i) Responsibility of mankind to live hand in hand with nature, and look after a globally diverse world.
i) Re-introduce native flora and fauna (eg. lynx and wolves to Scotland)
Deletions:
1) Be sceptical about anybody (or institution) that claims that they ‘definitely’ know what the impact will be on the climate of the next 50 years due to high atmospheric CO2 . Especially be wary or politicians or journalists who suffer from //certainty//’(eg. Boris Johnson and Will Hutton).
1) Stop wasting resources on expensive //fashionable// but short term pointless technologies like wind power.
1) Instead re-direct the investment on a massive global project to deliver nuclear fusion, superconductors, underground thermal energy, and Space-based Solar Power (SBSP).
1) The biggest threat to the global environment.
1) A worldwide effort toward education and economic development of the developing world, especially girls and women.
1) Responsibility of mankind to live hand in hand with nature, and look after a globally diverse world.
1) Re-introduce native flora and fauna (eg. lynx and wolves to Scotland)


Revision [97025]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:34:31 by nick
Additions:
i) All religious courts (eg. sharia, Jewish etc) to be abolished in the UK.
1) Enhanced Freedom of Information: Banks and the financial sector to be legally more accountable to the general public.
Deletions:
1) Enhanced Freedom of Information
1) Banks and the financial sector to be legally more accountable to the general public.


Revision [97024]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:30:56 by nick
Additions:
i) Freedom of Speech (incorporating //The Right to Offend//)
i) Freedom of Worship
i) Freedom from Want
i) Freedom from Fear
Deletions:
1) Freedom of Speech (incorporating //The Right to Offend//)
1) Freedom of Worship
1) Freedom from Want
1) Freedom from Fear


Revision [97023]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:30:19 by nick
Additions:
i) Disestablishment of the Church of England
Deletions:
1) Disestablishment of the Church of England


Revision [97022]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:28:51 by nick
Additions:
1) Religion:
i) Abolish all Blasphemy Laws: Blasphemy to be a legal right.
i) All religion to be treated as a belief system that can be challenged without extra protection by the law.
i) In a dispute between individual freedom and religious teaching, the law of the land will always take precedent over religious //tradition//.
Deletions:
1) Abolish all Blasphemy Laws:
1) Blasphemy to be a legal right.


Revision [97017]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:09:59 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolish developed world state //Export Guarantee// (eg. ExIm)
Deletions:
1) Abolish developed world state 'Export Guarantee' (eg. ExIm)


Revision [97011]

Edited on 2015-07-22 14:43:20 by nick
Additions:
1) Stop wasting resources on expensive //fashionable// but short term pointless technologies like wind power.
Deletions:
1) Stop investing in ‘fashionable’ but short term pointless technologies like wind power.


Revision [97010]

Edited on 2015-07-22 14:42:04 by nick
Additions:
1) Instead re-direct the investment on a massive global project to deliver nuclear fusion, superconductors, underground thermal energy, and Space-based Solar Power (SBSP).
Deletions:
1) Instead re-direct the investment on a massive global project to deliver nuclear fusion, superconductors, and underground thermal energy.


Revision [97002]

Edited on 2015-07-21 21:25:48 by nick
Additions:
1) Natural Environment:
1) Responsibility of mankind to live hand in hand with nature, and look after a globally diverse world.
1) Re-introduce native flora and fauna (eg. lynx and wolves to Scotland)


Revision [96854]

Edited on 2015-07-14 19:53:44 by nick
Additions:
1) Democratic nations never go to war with each other
1) A better and peaceful world of democratic nations.
1) Start actively condemning the most undemocratic and repressive of our so-called //allies// such as Saudi Arabia.
1) Plebiscites to be encouraged around the world:
1) Stop trying to keep countries together if regions want independence.
1) Encourage a Plebiscite in Eastern Ukraine: let the majority decide whether they want to become independent (cf. Scotland referendum).
Deletions:
1) Central thrust towards a better world based on the premise that to permanently war and conflict throughout the world is a belief that ‘Democratic nations never go to war’.
1) Start actively condemning the most undemocratic and repressive of our so-called ‘allies’ such as Saudi Arabia.
1) Plebiscites to be encouraged around the world:
1) Stop trying to keep countries together if regions want independence.
1) Encourage a Plebiscite in Eastern Ukraine: let the majority decide whether they want to become independent (cf. Scotland referendum).


Revision [96853]

Edited on 2015-07-14 19:51:27 by nick
Additions:
==Foreign Policy Reform==
Deletions:
1) ==Foreign Policy Reform==


Revision [96852]

Edited on 2015-07-14 19:51:09 by nick
Additions:
1) ==Foreign Policy Reform==
Deletions:
==Foreign Policy Reform==


Revision [96851]

Edited on 2015-07-14 19:50:08 by nick
Additions:
1) Population Growth
1) The biggest threat to the global environment.
1) A worldwide effort toward education and economic development of the developing world, especially girls and women.


Revision [96850]

Edited on 2015-07-14 19:47:38 by nick
Additions:
1) Climate Change:
1) Be sceptical about anybody (or institution) that claims that they ‘definitely’ know what the impact will be on the climate of the next 50 years due to high atmospheric CO2 . Especially be wary or politicians or journalists who suffer from //certainty//’(eg. Boris Johnson and Will Hutton).
1) Stop investing in ‘fashionable’ but short term pointless technologies like wind power.
1) Instead re-direct the investment on a massive global project to deliver nuclear fusion, superconductors, and underground thermal energy.
Deletions:
1) Stop investing in ‘fashionable’ but short term pointless technologies like wind power.
1) Instead re-direct the investment on a massive global project to deliver nuclear fusion, superconductors, and underground thermal energy.
1) Be sceptical about anybody (or institution) that claims that they ‘definitely’ know what the impact will be on the climate of the next 50 years due to high atmospheric CO2 . Especially be wary or politicians or journalists who are ‘certain’ (eg. Boris Johnson and Will Hutton).


Revision [96849]

Edited on 2015-07-14 19:45:22 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolish developed world state 'Export Guarantee' (eg. ExIm)
Deletions:
1) Abolish develop world state 'Export Guarantee' (eg. ExIm)


Revision [96568]

Edited on 2015-07-09 23:33:23 by nick
Additions:
1) Banks and the financial sector to be legally more accountable to the general public.
Deletions:
1) Make Government, Public Institutions and Private Companies more accountable, especially banks and the financial sector.


Revision [96567]

Edited on 2015-07-09 23:30:00 by nick
Additions:
1) Enhanced Freedom of Information
1) Make Government, Public Institutions and Private Companies more accountable, especially banks and the financial sector.
Deletions:
1) Enhanced Freedom of Information Act


Revision [96516]

Edited on 2015-07-09 19:43:18 by nick
Additions:
1) Encourages World Peace:
1) //Democratic Countries never go to war with each other//.
1) By integrating economies in a truly liberal capitalist system then nations all become dependent on each other.
1) Never again will countries be able to isolate themselves under totalitarian government.
Deletions:
1) Encourages world peace based on the premise that //Democratic Countries never go to war with each other//.


Revision [96515]

Edited on 2015-07-09 19:38:11 by nick
Additions:
1) Encourages world peace based on the premise that //Democratic Countries never go to war with each other//.


Revision [96514]

Edited on 2015-07-09 19:36:44 by nick
Additions:
1) Show the people of the world that they will be rewarded for their courage in changing to a democratic system.
Deletions:
1) Show the people of the world that they will be rewarded for their courage in changing a democratic system.


Revision [96513]

Edited on 2015-07-09 19:36:06 by nick
Additions:
1) New //Marshall Plan// for newly Democratic Countries.
Deletions:
1) New //Marshall Plan// for Democratic Countries.


Revision [96512]

Edited on 2015-07-09 19:34:53 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolish develop world state 'Export Guarantee' (eg. ExIm)
1) Distorts free trade
1) Puts poorer developing nations at a disadvantage as they can't compete.
Deletions:
1) Abolish 'Export Guarantee' (eg. ExIm)


Revision [96511]

Edited on 2015-07-09 19:29:22 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolish 'Export Guarantee' (eg. ExIm)


Revision [96439]

Edited on 2015-07-06 00:49:02 by nick
Additions:
1) Freedom of Speech (incorporating //The Right to Offend//)
Deletions:
1) Freedom of Speech (incorporating //The Freedom to Offend//)


Revision [96438]

Edited on 2015-07-06 00:48:46 by nick
Additions:
1) Freedom of Speech (incorporating //The Freedom to Offend//)
Deletions:
1) Freedom of Speech (incorporating ‘The Freedom to Offend’)


Revision [96437]

Edited on 2015-07-06 00:47:49 by nick
Additions:
1) Encourage a Plebiscite in Eastern Ukraine: let the majority decide whether they want to become independent (cf. Scotland referendum).
Deletions:
1) Encourage a Plebiscite in Eastern Ukraine: let the majority decide whether they want to become independent.


Revision [96436]

Edited on 2015-07-06 00:46:12 by nick
Additions:
1) Plebiscites to be encouraged around the world:
1) Stop trying to keep countries together if regions want independence.
1) Encourage a Plebiscite in Eastern Ukraine: let the majority decide whether they want to become independent.


Revision [96435]

Edited on 2015-07-06 00:42:32 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolish all Blasphemy Laws:
1) Blasphemy to be a legal right.


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Edited on 2015-07-06 00:40:58 by nick

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Revision [96433]

Edited on 2015-07-06 00:40:47 by nick
Additions:
1) New UK //Bill of Rights// outlining our basic freedoms
1) ‘//Right to Offend//’ the centrepiece .
1) Based around the ‘Four Freedoms’ used in the existing Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
1) Freedom of Speech (incorporating ‘The Freedom to Offend’)
1) Freedom of Worship
1) Freedom from Want
1) Freedom from Fear
1) This ‘Bill of Rights’ will become an updated ‘Magna Carta’: it will describe the fundamental rights and freedoms of the citizen, including that no citizen, government, ‘head of state’, business, or religious body - is above the law.
1) This legislation will be ‘Entrenched Law’ and ‘Supreme Law' protected and interpreted by an independent ‘Supreme Court’, and enshrined in the constitution.
Deletions:
1) UK //Bill of Rights// outlining our basic freedoms
1) ‘Right to offend’ the centrepiece of


Revision [96432]

Edited on 2015-07-06 00:33:38 by nick
Additions:
1) UK //Bill of Rights// outlining our basic freedoms
1) ‘Right to offend’ the centrepiece of
1) Elected //House of Lords// with a legislative power on an equal footing to House of Commons.
Deletions:
1) UK Bill of Rights outlining our basic freedoms, especially the ‘right to offend’.
1) A new constitution with a ‘Bill-of-Rights’ as the centrepiece will be drawn up.
1) House of Lords abolished
1) Elected House of Lords with a legislative power on an equal footing to House of Commons.


Revision [96431]

Edited on 2015-07-06 00:28:14 by nick
Additions:
1) New //Marshall Plan// for Democratic Countries.
1) Show the people of the world that they will be rewarded for their courage in changing a democratic system.
1) Tunisia's fledgling democracy should have massive investment support from the developed world.
Deletions:
1) New //Marshall Plan// for Democratic Countries
1) Tunisia should have massive investment support from the developed world to support its fledgling democracy,


Revision [96430]

Edited on 2015-07-06 00:26:08 by nick
Additions:
1) New //Marshall Plan// for Democratic Countries
1) Countries that embrace Democracy should be supported with huge government led investment.
1) This didn't happen with Russia after the collapse of communism which led very directly to a return to an autocratic and despotic system under Vladimir Putin.
1) The Arab Spring:
1) Tunisia should have massive investment support from the developed world to support its fledgling democracy,
1) Libya should have had financial support poured into it after the fall of Gaddafi.


Revision [96429]

Edited on 2015-07-06 00:20:28 by nick
Additions:
1) End EU/ECB/government backing of Bondholders


Revision [96428]

Edited on 2015-07-06 00:19:27 by nick
Additions:
1) Restrictions on trade lead to nationalism.
1) The developing countries do not have the influence in trade negotiations so their access to markets is limited.
1) Abolish the EUs Common Agricultural Policy (CAP):
1) the CAP is one of the major contributors to keeping the developing world in poverty. It restricts agricultural imports from the developing nations (their main industry) and dumps cheap food into their markets thus making farmers and agricultural workers unemployed.
1) Overseas Aid
1) Stop giving development aid to undemocratic governments.
1) Stop targeting aid to 'strategic' trading partners (eg. India) who are developed enough to take responsibility for dealing with their own internal inequalities and injustices.
Deletions:
1) Restrictions on trade lead to nationalism.
1) The developing countries do not have the influence in trade negotiations so their access to markets is limited.
1) Abolish the EUs Common Agricultural Policy (CAP): the CAP is one of the major contributors to keeping the developing world in poverty. It restricts agricultural imports from the developing nations (their main industry) and dumps cheap food into their markets thus making farmers and agricultural workers unemployed.
1) Stop giving development aid to undemocratic governments.
1) No more EU/ECB/government backing of Bondholders


Revision [96427]

Edited on 2015-07-06 00:15:41 by nick
Additions:
1) //Trade not Aid//
1) End BBC and government support for ‘Comic relief’ and other charities that want to maintain this cycle of deprivation.
1) End all long term food aid to third world. Dumping free or cheap food and clothing onto developing world undercuts their own businesses, thus creating an everlasting cycle of dependency.
Deletions:
1) End all long term food aid to third world. Dumping free or cheap food and clothing onto developing world undercuts their own businesses, thus creating an everlasting cycle of dependency.
1) ‘Comic relief’ and other charities that want to maintain this cycle of deprivation should not be supported by the BBC or government.


Revision [70611]

Edited on 2015-07-02 20:21:32 by nick
Additions:
=====iv) Political Reform=====
Deletions:
=====4) Political Reform=====


Revision [67225]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:34:17 by nick
Additions:
=====4) Political Reform=====
Deletions:
======4) Political Freedom======


Revision [12090]

Edited on 2015-07-02 01:52:57 by nick

No Differences

Revision [11865]

Edited on 2015-07-02 01:44:19 by nick
Additions:
==Constitution==
Deletions:
==UK Bill of Rights==


Revision [11848]

Edited on 2015-07-02 01:43:51 by nick
Additions:
==UK Bill of Rights==


Revision [11831]

Edited on 2015-07-02 01:43:12 by nick
Additions:
1) UK Bill of Rights outlining our basic freedoms, especially the ‘right to offend’.
1) A new constitution with a ‘Bill-of-Rights’ as the centrepiece will be drawn up.
1) House of Lords abolished
1) Disestablishment of the Church of England
1) Enhanced Freedom of Information Act
1) Elected House of Lords with a legislative power on an equal footing to House of Commons.
==Europe (inc. the EU)==
1) Leave the EU unless the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is abolished, third world trade tariffs removed.
1) Immoral subsidies and protectionism - as exemplified by the CAP - are having a devastating effect on the economic development of the third world will be abolished forever.
1) The EU to become a fully elected, democratic and accountable institution.
1) Abolish unelected EU commissioners: the current structure of the EU is democratically unaccountable.
1) Abolish the unelected President of the European council & High Representative of Foreign affairs
1) The EU will become solely a true free-trade area, and will stop unnecessary and socially divisive political integration.
1) The Euro ‘bailouts’ were mainly designed to protect creditors again: the Euro should have insisted on a ‘no bailout’ clause whereby countries like Greece could default and the lenders would have to pick up the bill for their reckless lending.
1) The Euro should be abolished: the political and social ramifications are such that the Euro inevitably leads to resentment and intolerance between constituent states. The nationalist movement in Scotland and the situation in Greece is an indicator of what can happen when one country feels powerless and bullied by a more dominant neighbour.
==Environment==
1) Stop investing in ‘fashionable’ but short term pointless technologies like wind power.
1) Instead re-direct the investment on a massive global project to deliver nuclear fusion, superconductors, and underground thermal energy.
1) Be sceptical about anybody (or institution) that claims that they ‘definitely’ know what the impact will be on the climate of the next 50 years due to high atmospheric CO2 . Especially be wary or politicians or journalists who are ‘certain’ (eg. Boris Johnson and Will Hutton).
==Foreign Policy Reform==
1) Central thrust towards a better world based on the premise that to permanently war and conflict throughout the world is a belief that ‘Democratic nations never go to war’.
1) Start actively condemning the most undemocratic and repressive of our so-called ‘allies’ such as Saudi Arabia.
==Trade and International Development==
1) Globalisation is the key to ensuring fair distribution of resources throughout the world.
1) Restrictions on trade lead to nationalism.
1) The developing countries do not have the influence in trade negotiations so their access to markets is limited.
1) End all long term food aid to third world. Dumping free or cheap food and clothing onto developing world undercuts their own businesses, thus creating an everlasting cycle of dependency.
1) ‘Comic relief’ and other charities that want to maintain this cycle of deprivation should not be supported by the BBC or government.
1) Abolish the EUs Common Agricultural Policy (CAP): the CAP is one of the major contributors to keeping the developing world in poverty. It restricts agricultural imports from the developing nations (their main industry) and dumps cheap food into their markets thus making farmers and agricultural workers unemployed.
1) Remove all tariffs (especially food) with the developing world (esp. Africa).
1) Stop giving development aid to undemocratic governments.
1) No more EU/ECB/government backing of Bondholders


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