English Parliament & Alex Salmond

The Parliament of England was the legislature of the Kingdom of England. In 1066, William of Normandy introduced a feudal system, by which he sought the advice of a council of tenants-in-chief and ecclesiastics before making laws. Alexander Elliot Anderson Salmond (born 31 December 1954) is a Scottish politician and current First Minister of Scotland. 2.0/5

English Parliament Alex Salmond Northern Ireland Scottish Independence Chancellor George Osborne Alistair Darling Welsh Assembly Scottish Parliament

We don't want SMP Alex Salmond in our English Parliament, he hates us English, everybody fight against it. He's out to destroy our country.
The No Campaign have won the Scottish Independence referendum,Alex Salmond and all nationalists have accepted this result.Yes 1,539,920 No 1,914,187. Scotland now expects the Unionists of all parties and UK Parliament to honour it's pledges of more devolution of powers to the Scottish Parliament and Nation.The United Kingdom will never be the same after today England,Wales, and Northern Ireland should also get more powers and if it means an English Parliament so it should be.Scotland may well one day be free but let's pledge today to work to make the UK better for its peoples and nations for us and future generations.Congratulations to the Yes Campaign for fighting such an inspirational campaign which has inspired peoples of all nations who don't have their own states.
In the two-year Scottish referendum campaign, Whitehall and Westminster have been in denial about the prospect of Scotland voting Yes to independence. Suddenly, as the opinion polls show it as a very real prospect, the London-based political establishment is anxiously thinking about the implications. “The consequences, not just for England, but Wales and Northern Ireland, are frankly unimaginable,” one senior Whitehall official said today. This is not an obscure debate about more devolution: some MPs fear the peace process in Northern Ireland, or at least order on the streets, could be at risk, and that there could be new demands for a united Ireland. There would inevitably be calls for a stronger Welsh Assembly, more devolution to the English regions and even an English Parliament. If Scots vote to walk out of the marriage, there is no guarantee of an amicable “velvet divorce”. Alex Salmond could afford to be conciliatory in victory. He would invite a vanquished Alistair Darling to join all-party ...
Debt bombshell if Scotland quits UK TAXPAYERS from England, Wales and Northern Ireland are in line for a £1,737 debt bombshell if Scotland quits the UK, campaigners have warned. EXCLUSIVE By EMILY ASHTON, Whitehall Correspondent Alex Salmond has said an independent Scotland would walk away from the UK’s massive national debt if it is blocked from sharing the pound. The UK owes around £1.2TRILLION - equivalent to £18,993 per head if shared equally among UK nations, the Campaign for an English Parliament said. But if Scotland votes “yes” in September’s referendum, the individual debt burden would rise to £20,730. This would likely lead to more cuts to public services or rising taxes as the Government battles to get the UK’s finances under control, the group claimed. Its stark warning is laid bare in written evidence submitted to the Lords Constitution Committee, which is exploring the constitutional implications of Scottish Independence for the rest of the UK. Chancellor George Osborne has rej ...
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