Kernow: Westminster Parliamentary Boundary Matters – No to ‘Devonwall’

July 6, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE Following a reminder, the Kernow Branch has received a reply to a letter sent to the Boundary Commission regarding the possibility of a cross border Westminster Constituency between Cornwall and Devon, England. The advice from Cornwall’s MPs was

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Kernow:Glimmer of Hope Over Boundary Issue

November 27, 2010

The border between Cornwall and Devon looks ever closer to being erased in UK parliamentary constituency terms, following the failure of a last ditched attempt in the House of Lords to delay the much disputed Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill. On 15th

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Hunger Strike Protest Over Boundary Changes

October 13, 2010

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE HUNGER STRIKE PROTEST OVER BOUNDARY CHANGES Celtic League Branch Secretary, Michael Chappell, embarked on a hunger strike at the weekend over government plans to create a cross border parliamentary constituencies between Cornwall and Devon. Mr Chappell announced his

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Na Wrewgh Tava Agan OrdirCornish Concerns Over Boundary Changes

September 9, 2010

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE CORNISH CONCERNS OVER BOUDARY CHANGES “Na wrewgh tava agan ordir” (Hands off our border) was the unusually political  message from the Grand Bard, Mick Paynter, at the Cornish Gorsedh last weekend in PorthIa/St Ives. The Grand Bard was responding

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Kernow: Disquiet Over Boundary Changes

July 26, 2010

Cornwall’s main nationalist party expressed its anger yesterday over the possibility of having a cross Tamar constituency imposed on the people of Cornwall. At the behest of the UK government, the Boundary Commission has been asked to look at merging existing parliamentary constituencies

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