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The People's Charter of 2016

Sovereignty

Leave the EU: a points-based migration policy, and leave the 'single market'. Stronger relationship with the Commonwealth.

Downsize Government

Government to be downsized: the national budget must be balanced and taxes lower.

Pride

Not be ashamed of British national flags.

Defence

A strong military is essential to protect our freedom

Unity

English as our core language is required

Accountability

in the spirit of the 1838 Charter's Point 6 that was never realised, for the right to recall bad MPs