New Britain

Policies for a New Britain


New Britain Policies


  • To highlight and stop the waste of public money
  • To come out of the European Union, keep the pound and build on the friendship with the nations of Europe many of whom we saved from Nazi domination
  • To have a firm, just and fair policy on immigration and asylum seeking
  • To strengthen the links with the Commonwealth
  • To support the monarchy and keep the United Kingdom united
  • To honour the heroes of our country and get people, especially the young to take a pride in their country
  • To see that certain days are kept free at the House of Commons to discuss affairs which only affect England.


Our country owes a great deal to Sir James Goldsmith as it is The Third Goldsmith Lecturebecause of his actions we still have the pound and are not saddled with the euro.

In his memory New Britain started an annual Goldsmith lecture. The subject is always the same - The State of our Nation - and the venue is always the same - a Lecture Hall of University College London. [more info]


Up to now. George Brooker MBE who was Mayor of Slough has been a Vice President of New Britain. George has now agreed to become the President of New Britain. George has a fantastic record of public service and it is a great honour for us that he has agreed to be our President.

George Brooker was the Foundation Chairman of Slough Age Concern, Foundation Chairman of Slough and District Mental Health Association, first Chairman of the British Heart Foundation in Slough, for 12 years responsible for the Alexandra Day Rose collection in Slough. Mr Brooker is also the Foundation Chairman of the Stoke Park Trust and raised the money to build the Slough Sports Centre for the Disabled which he runs.


John Haynes continues as Vice President. John was a member of the Court of Common Council of the City of London 1986 - 2005, for three years was Chairman of the Epping Forest and Open Spaces Committee of the Corporation of London. He is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Loriners.


Dennis Delderfield for 18 years a member of the Court of Common Council of the City of London, a Deputy of the City of London in 1977, for 10 years a member of the City of London Police Committee, for five years a member of the General Synod of the Church of England, for nine years Lay Chairman of the City of London Deanery Synod, for three years Lay Chairman of the London Diocesan Synod.  

Mr Delderfield, a Freeman of the City of London  is Editor of the City of London & Dockland Times, the local newspaper of the City of London.


New Britain
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London E1 7RL
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