Tag Archives: self-determination

Renewed call for a legislative Assembly for Cornwall

MK launch “A law-making Assembly for Cornwall” campaign – Mebyon Kernow has made a renewed call for a legislative Assembly for Cornwall and launched a new campaign. Mebyon Kernow – The…

Keynote speech at Mebyon Kernow 2013 Annual National Conference

by Cllr DICK COLE Party Leader : Mebyon Kernow – The Party for Cornwall ‘My speech at today’s MK Conference: Thank you to everyone who attended today’s Mebyon Kernow Conference,…

Recognition of the Cornish people – An Open Letter to MPs

OPEN LETTER TO ALL MPs FOR CORNWALL  From Craig Weatherhill    14th July 2013  Dear Sir/Madam,  Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities:  The Cornish People.  I am writing to…

Unlike Iceland, we can thank our lucky stars

Unlike Iceland, we can thank our lucky stars We, who populate the Duchy of Cornwall, tend to spend far too much time, watching & oft  times criticising our English &…

The Cornish are Revolting – Part 2: Still doing it!

Part 2 – Still doing it!     by Chris Dunkerley – You will excuse me if after the last section I become a little less light-hearted as we travel forward in…

10 Years on – Petition for a Cornish Assembly

Councillor Cole said that “Today (10 December, 2011) marks the tenth anniversary of the presentation of 50,000 Declarations for a Cornish Assembly to 10 Downing Street. Getting over 50,000 people to…

Mebyon Kernow national conference next month

You’ve had the London Parties national conferences and their excesses and irrelevancies, and the ground-breaking SNP conference just last week – but now … The Mebyon Kernow – Party for…

Cornish seek recognition: Will Westminster recognise the Cornish people as a nation and a UK ethnic minority?

The Second Cornish National Minority Report entitled: “Including the Cornish – a unique case for recognition” has been officially launched. Produced from the work of broad-based steering group, it builds…

CELTIC LEAGUE REVIEW OF THE YEAR 2010

With the start of a New Year it is useful to reflect on some of the more political developments that have taken place in the Celtic countries over the course…

Fulup Hosking: Fair Representation means respecting the England-Cornwall border

THE Parliamentary Voting and Constituencies Bill passed its second reading in Westminster Parliament and has gone through further Committee stages. If this bill becomes law it will result in the creation of a Devonwall parliamentary constituency, thus violating Cornwall’s centuries old frontier with England. This will continue the blending of Cornwall out of existence and into the ‘South West of England’, ‘West Country’ or whatever people who should know better want to call it… Read more