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  • A new issue of Candour

    With Colin Todd out of commission for this year, I have decided that the publication of Candour must resume. It is now or never I fear.

    With the help of a couple of Candour friends, I have a new issue (no. 872) in the pipeline.

    All being well (famous last words) it will be posted out to our very patient subscribers in early March.

    Rob Black

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  • League of Empire Loyalists badge

    We have found a few of these high quaility replica LEL badges.

    Order now in our website shop to avoid disappointment.

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  • British Independence Day

    In 1972, our founder, A.K. Chesterton, wrote this regarding the EEC:

    It is a matter of honour for every Briton worthy of the name lawfully to resist subjection to the conquerors' rule and work without ceasing to get us out of the foreign cesspool"

    It has taken almost 50 years, but today is the day in which we leave the EU.

    This is a victory of ordinary people over the entire political and media establishment.

    While we know the battle is far from over, today we should celebrate our victory.

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  • Big Ben to chime on 31st January appeal

    There are far better causes to spend £500k on, but this is yet another fight we must win against our political establishment.

    Link here.

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  • Update from Colin Todd

    "Dear All,

    Political punishment for non-political offence

    I am going to be released from prison on 1st January. I will have severe bail restrictions including travel, living in a bail hostel, curfews, signing on each day, etc.

    I will be taken from prison to the bail hostel by the police.

    I can have no contract with Nationalists, Candour or anyone in the movement while the restrictions last. Obviously this includes my presence on marches, demonstrations and meetings.

    "Voluntary" tagging and other restrictions may be lifted much more slowly, and no doubt other restrictions will be added. I will have to sign a license upon my release and if I break the conditions I will return to prison for the rest of my sentence until the end of 2020.

    I am releasing these details before signing the licenses, and before I know full details of my restrictions.

    Candour will clearly be delayed further, and I would like to thank subscribers for their patience.

    Happy New Year to all.

    Colin Todd

    29 December 2019"

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  • Thursday 13th December

    Thursday 13th December will go down as the day when ordinary Britons put an end to the Brexit battle. We had voted to leave the EU in 2016, but powerful forces had frustrated our democratic decision until this day.

    Now the arch traitors Soubry, Clarke, Swinson, Bercow, Stewart, Umunna, Grieve, Letwin, Allen, Hammond, Wollaston, and Gauke are all no longer in Parliament - either from jumping before they were pushed or by losing their seats on Thursday. Scores of other Labour MP's have gone. The new intake of Conservative MP's will be pro-Brexit.

    Millions of ordinary Britons went out and ended the argument. Britain is leaving the EU. There will be no second referendum, and the real 'People's Vote' demonstrated that the traitors and EU fanatics had fooled no-one.

    I cannot say that such a large Conservative majority will lead to the Brexit I personally want, but it will lead to a Brexit - and we have avoided having a Marxist anit-British fanatic as PM.

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  • Colin Todd and Storage Costs

    Dear All,

    We are facing bills for the storage of the Candour archives and Colin Todd's possessions while he is in prison. If you are able to contribute any funds, please pay via Paypal to akctrust@yahoo.co.uk

    Thank you,

    Rob Black

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  • News on Colin Todd

    Dear All,

    Colin Todd was sentenced to two years, with one to be served. As he has already served around six months on remand, he should be out later this year.

    He would be grateful for letters and books of stamps. Funding donations would also be very welcome.

    His address is:

    A9604EG Colin Todd,

    2-02,

    HMP Westhill,

    Romsey Road

    Winchester

    Hampshire

    SO22 5DF

    In the meantime, Candour is on hold. It will return, and all subscriptions will be honoured.

    Keep an eye on this website for updates.

    Rob Black

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  • European Election Results

    A good result for the Brexit Party last night. After listening to establishment politicians and their media lapdogs this morning, it is difficult to see how anything will change as a result.

    This is clearly the last chance for the Conservative Party. They will either take us out of the EU by 31st October or they face annihilation at the polls.

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  • Empire Day - 24th May

    On the 24th May pause and raise a glass for Empire Day.

    This was first celebrated in 1902 but the idea had been under consideration since 1897. It's purpose was to "remind children that they formed part of the British Empire, and that they might think with others in lands across the sea, what it meant to be sons and daughters of such a glorious Empire.", and that "The strength of the Empire depended upon them, and they must never forget it." School children across the Empire would typically salute the Union Flag and sing patriotic songs. They would learn of the heroes who built our Empire, such as Clive of India and Wolfe of Quebec. Most importantly perhaps they left school early that day (three cheers!) to attend marches and festivities held to celebrate the event.

    Celebrated for over sixty years Empire Day gave Brit-ons worldwide an opportunity to celebrate their pride in the British Empire and those who built and maintained it. As the Empire was deliberately undermined the occasion was re-named Commonwealth day. Even the date (originally Queen Victoria's birthday) was changed. Empire Day was relegated to the 'history hole' and only the oldest of our readers may remember the saying "Remember, Remember Empire Day, the 24th of May".

    In our small way let us reclaim Empire Day from the Frankfurt School history schoolroom dustbin and think, as I am sure most of you already do, of the greatest Empire the world has ever known. Let us take renewed confidence and courage from the deeds of our forefathers who gave so much of themselves, often under the most testing of conditions around the globe.

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