The English Democrats just posted some excellent election results in the Police and Crime Commissioner elections.
If these results were replicated across England in the European Elections in 2014 then the English Democrats would get three MEPs elected.
The results were as follows:
Cambridgeshire – Stephen Goldspink – 7,219 votes – 8.1%
Essex – Robin Tilbrook – 11,550 votes – 6.87%
Kent – Steve Uncles – 10,789 votes – 5.3%
Merseyside – Paul Rimmer – 7,142 votes – 5.7%
South Yorkshire – David Allen – 22,608 votes – 15.6%
The English Democrats also contested the Corby by election, where David Wickham polled 432 votes (1.4%).
In the Police Commissioner elections the UKIP vote was down all across the board compared to the European Election. The BNP contested two parliamentary by-elections on the same day and their vote drastically declined compared to the 2010 General Election in both cases.
Only the English Democrats are showing encouraging signs of growth and progress!
I was pleased to be able to be able to assist Steve Uncles in a small way.
On Remembrance Day a group of English Democrats participated in the official parade through Rochester to the Cathedral and then were part of the official saluting base that the veterans and uniformed services marched past. Steve Uncles laid a wreath at the war memorial and most notably English Democrats standard bearer Lee Bottle proudly carried an English Democrats flag in the official colour party and inside Rochester Cathedral. The service was followed by a magnificent reception and buffet in the Corn Exchange. Special thanks must go to Mike Walters for arranging this fantastic and moving occasion for us.
The Rochester City Pipe band led the parade – adding panache and bags of swagger to the proceedings. Steve Uncles was particularly appreciative of their music!