Monday, February 12, 2007

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State funding (political parties)

Sir Hayden Philips, the former senior civil servant now reviewing how the parties are financed, is actively considering a huge increase in state funding for political parties. Under the plans, state funding would reportedly soar from about £6 million now to as much as £28 million. (Telegraph)

Constitutionally, State funding of political parties is illegal

Article 8 of the BILL OF RIGHTS [1689] states:

'That election of members of parliament ought to be free'.

“Free” elections are elections free from interference by the state.


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