Lockdown unlawful. Legal challenge.


If we are to remain FREE men and women we must challenge the government on this unprecedented lockdown and their ability to suspend our rights.

Regardless of the veracity or lack of in this case, the principle of democratic rule is at stake so I need YOUR help to challenge this government in court.

On 23rd April the English Democrats, the English nationalist political party, started a Judicial Review against the Prime Minister and Health Secretary. We are arguing that the Government’s “Lockdown” regulations are unlawful.

Attached on our site is our Judicial Review Protocol letter served in support of the challenge. The Government is expected to reply by 30th April.

Solicitor Robin Tilbrook, who is the Chairman of the English Democrats, said that:
“The Lockdown over the Coronavirus panic is causing huge damage to our country’s economy and to the traditional rights and freedoms of England.

Are you with me on this or should we simply allow 1,000 years of hard won freedoms simply to be ‘locked down’ by decree!


Yours sincerely

Robin Tilbrook

Chairman – The English Democrats


5 Responses to “Lockdown unlawful. Legal challenge.”

  1. Gordon says:

    If I’m correct there are 650 Members of Parliament in the UK and you’re telling me that there’s only one with the balls to question the legality of the current government putting the nation under house arrest on account of a virus which has claimed fewer lives in total than that of the annual flu, then SHAME ON THE REST OF YOU!

  2. Prometheus says:

    You think it’s bad now…WAIT till OCTOBER – Jordan Maxwell


  3. Tapestry says:

    Gordon, thanks for all your hard work in recent weeks. The English Democrats don’t have any MPs. They might actually provide some real opposition if they did. They are growing.

    • Gordon says:

      A wish we had someone like Tilbrook in Scotland, he’d have my vote any day o’ the week. What we’ve got is a wee wummin that’s aye moanin aboot sumint an fair daes ma heid in. A tell yea a trooth, A wudnae like tae be hur man, pare sowl.

  4. Tapestry says:

    If Mr Tilbrook is correct, all shops can open immediately without any word from the government who are acting illegally, working by decree and not through enacted laws. The shops will receive a closure order but this can be challenged in courts as ultra vires. Legally the Council hasn’t a leg to stand on.

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