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PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2009 8:02 pm    Post subject: England Devolve on the Euros Reply with quote

England Devolve on the Euro elections: http://www.devolve.org/Newsetc.htm#NT94

Devolve! is of course non party political. And most radicals around Devolve! have little time for the Euro-bureaucracy. However, we have been committed to a vision of Europe since our early days as a Midlands regional movement - a 'Europe of 1,000 Flags'.

It also happens to be the case that those parties most rabidly opposed to the European partnership are also viciously opposed to devolution. They oppose devolving power to England and they oppose devolving power within England. We would ask all allies and devolutionists, if they intend to vote, not to support such parties.

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