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17th of February2018

Common Parliament Common Vote

 Established 2011


The United Kingdom's

Leading Unionist



 If you want to keep the United Kingdom united then join us.


Campaigning for The Union, The British Constitution and Parliamentary Democracy. provides leading content on the moral, social, economic, political, constitutional and governmental dis-integration of the United Kingdom.

The object of this website is to provide a media platform and web resource supporting the repeal of legislative devolution, the introduction of a Common Representation Act and the parliamentary unity of the British nation.


The Signing of The National Covenant in Greyfriars Kirkyard 1638

By William Allan (1782-1850)

City of Edinburgh Council


Genesis 12:2

King James Version (KJV)

And I will make of thee a great nation, and I will bless thee, and make thy name great; and thou shalt be a blessing:


Isaiah 60:12

King James Version (KJV)

12 For the nation and kingdom that will not serve thee shall perish; yea, those nations shall be utterly wasted.


We Shall Remember Them


The Somme



   Edmund Burke MP for Bristol 1774

(Dublin, Ireland. January 12, 1729 - Beaconsfield, England, July 9, 1797)

  “…Parliament is not a congress of ambassadors from different and hostile interests, which interests each must maintain, as an agent and advocate, against other agents and advocates; but parliament is a deliberative assembly of one nation, with one interest, that of the whole; where, not local purposes, not local prejudices ought to guide, but the general good, resulting from the general reason of the whole. You chose a member indeed; when you have chosen him, he is not a member of Bristol, but he is member of parliament…”



campaign was established in 2011

by Unionist Campaigner

and former Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party Parliamentary Candidate Stewart Connell.

"I hope you find the content of interest. Thank you for visiting".

"I look upon the British Constitution, as settled at the Revolution, to be

the most glorious on earth, or that perhaps the wit of man can frame"

Robert Burns



All references to Great Britain cover the entire United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.



Who We Are is a small campaign group based in Glasgow, dedicated to the Union, it works mostly in the constitutional and policy field conducting research and publishing articles and papers.


  The campaign has engaged with officials at the highest levels in parliament and government.

  Research papers by and endorsed by our campaign have been published by both House of Commons and House of Lords committee's and commission's (available on Parliament's website)

 these include: the HOL Constitutional Committee and the HOC McKay Commission on Devolution. campaign continues to engage with  a broad range of media.


Our Position


Legislative devolution has created an electoral, territorial and institutional conflict.

It is breaking up the United Kingdom.

Legislative devolution wastes resouces.


We support administrative devolution.

England is governed though administrative devolution.


We must: 

1. Repeal legislative devolution.

The Scottish Parliament, Northern Ireland Assembly, the Welsh Assembly (and the London Assmbly) must be abolished.


All powers and functions must be returned to national government and local councils.

Only the 129 MSP's, 90 MLA and 60 AM and all their political staff must be sacked.

 All other employee's to be retained in the public sector.

All devolved public staff must be retained and merged into the British civil service or local council employment.


2. Introduce administrative devolution (restore local council powers) across the United Kingdom.

20 subject matters (Mandatory, permisive and regulatory powers) given to all local councils

(abolish Proportional Representation (PR) across councils and the restore"first past the post" method of election for local council's).




Police Reserve

Fire Brigade

Auxiliary Fire Brigade

Economic Planning

Emergency Planning

Civil Defence Planning

Public Realm Planning

Transport Planning

Ceremonial Planning

Trading Standards

Public Health

Public Regulation

Public Housing