Gordon Brown is in Northern Ireland playing host to the British-Irish Council summit today.
But what is the British-Irish council?
The council brings together eight governments representing Westminster
(the United Kingdom government), Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Northern
Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man.
England is officially excluded. England is seen only as the bottomless pit of taxpayers that pays for the rest of the UK.
How can the English parliamentarians allow this. Why are there not screams in the House of Commons about this. ??? The West Lothian question will not go away, it must be answered.
DEMAND AN ENGLISH PARLIAMENT
ENGLAND DEMANDS TO BE HEARD