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Friday, 1 October 2010

New kid on the block.

 For the past 60 years, Stoke-on-Trent has suffered the indignity of socialist rule, and if you look at the state of our city now, you can see what that 60 years has achieved.

  As industries ran down and jobs were lost, Labour sat on its haunches and did nothing, and as trade barriers were dropped, and Britain became flooded with cheap imports, Labour sat on its haunches and did nothing.
   When the steelworks went, and the pottery industry all but died, Labour sat on its haunches and still did nothing.

  And so we arrive at today.
The city is stricken, bar a handful of companies scattered across the place, there is no manufacturing any longer, there are no jobs any longer. Promises of regeneration have proved time and again to be nothing but lies, as swathes of the city are demolished, but not renewed, the city looks worse than it did after WW2, yet given all this, Labour still get voted in, they are still sat on their haunches, and Stoke-on-Trents all but terminal decline into dereliction and decay, continues unabated.

  It seems as though no-one in the city is happy with what is happening to the city, yet the people responsible for the decline of this area are still at the helm, and they are still steering us towards the rocks, the same faces,
 the same names, the same arrogance and incompetence.

   England First Party does exactly what it says on the tin, it puts the concerns of England and the English first, but saving Stoke-on-Trent isn't about national policies, it's about what we would do locally, it's about the policies that we would implement to make this city more successful and prosperous.
   Over the coming weeks, we shall publish a list of the policies that we believe will help raise this city from the bottom of the heap where it has resided for far too long, because we know that Stoke-on-Trent can still be saved from the jaws of this Labour made destruction.

  There is the chance of a successful future for this city, but it means breaking away from this socialist ideology that has wrecked what was once a thriving city economy, and turned it into a wasteland of demolition and council corruption.




  1. Agree with everything you say.
    Stoke-on-Trent has been ravaged and betrayed by these pocket lining, b*****d socialists, and its long past time they were booted out of office and replaced with people who have genuine affection for this city.

  2. Six councillors arrested!
    Several councillors front page news!
    Tendering irregularities!
    Now "AGAIN" our financial department is in the Sentinel.
    Does this not show the calibre of the leadship of the Financial department requires close scrutiny, and bloody soon before we are bankrupt.
    The Police need a room at the Civic Centre to keep up with this lot.

  3. This is the 3rd fraud investigation into the Civic Centre and those that blacken its name.

    When will this behaviour be enough for the voters of Stoke-on-Trent?

  4. Just a quick note

    Source: Lanour Force Survey)

    The reader should recall that everywhere in the world, Muslim population grows much faster than that of all other religious groups. It is mainly due to their planned and deliberate rejection of family-planning measures. It has been mentioned in an earlier article that the fertility rate of Muslim immigrants now living in Europe is 8.1 children per family while the figure is as low as 1.38 for other religious groups in European Union. It may be mentioned here that in India, Muslim population, between 1991 and 2001 census, increased by 29.5%; for other religious groups, the figure was 19.5%. (Source: Census Report of India, 2001)

    In the UK, natural population growth in 2008 overtook net immigration as the main contributor to population growth for the first time since 1998. England's population in mid-2008 was estimated to be 51.44 million and that of Scotland to be 5.17 million. Between 2001 and 2008, the UK population increased by an average annual rate of 0.5%. This may be compared to 0.3% per year in the period between 1991 and 2001, and 0.2% in the 1981-1991 decade. Reports on demographic change in the UK reveal another unpleasant development. It has been found that in 2008 and the mid-2007, UK was home to more people of pensionable age than children under the age of 16, which indicates that workforce is not replenished in the UK and here lies the need to invite immigrants from other nations.

    In 2008, the average total fertility rate (TFR) across the UK was 1.96 children per woman. Though the figure is considered to be satisfactory by some groups, as it is higher than 1.63 in 2001, it is much lower than 2.95 children per woman registered in 1964. The Scotland had the lowest fertility rate at only 1.8 children per woman, while Northern Ireland had the highest at 2.11 children in 2008. But the minimum fertility rate (FR) for a culture to sustain its population for coming 25 years must be 2.11 children per family (

    On the arrival of immigrants in the UK, an analysis by the Office for National Statistical data shows that between 1991 and 2006, 2.3 million immigrants moved to the UK and 84% of them from outside Europe. In 2008, it was predicted that 7 million immigrants would add to the UK population by 2031. The latest official figures show that in 2008, 590,000 people arrived to settle in the UK, while 427,000 left country, which means that net inward migration was 163,000.

    Muslim Population in UK

    According to the 2001 census, there were 1,536,015 Muslims in England and Wales, forming 3% of the population. Muslims in Scotland numbered 42,557 representing 0.84% of the population. There were a further 1,943 Muslims in Northern Ireland. The biggest groups of Muslims were from Pakistan, Bangladesh and India. According to a Labour Force Survey, the total number of Muslims in Great Britain in 2008 was 2,422,000, some 4% of the total population. Between 2004 and 2008, the Muslim population grew by more than 500,000.

    Among these immigrants, over 1 million people follow religions of Indian origin: 560,000 Hindus, 340,000 Sikhs and about 150,000 Buddhists. One Non-governmental organisation estimated that there were 800,000 Hindus and approximately 270,000 Jews in the United Kingdom in 2008. There were also a considerable Jain population, with Leicester housing one of the world's biggest Jain temples outside India. The Table 2 shows the population of various religious groups, in 2001, in UK. Table 3 shows the distribution of various religious groups in Europe.

    Table 2 : Population of Various Religious Groups in the UK (2001).