Working with Christians in politics across Europe, The Christian Party
– Christian Peoples Alliance (CP_CPA) have come together united by
their Christian faith to contest the EU elections. They offer a vision for
Europe based on the social teachings of the Churches and are
determined to restore truth and integrity to politics. Many people are
fed up with the big party system. Could this be the moment to see a
return to Christian values in Britain?
In this election, you can't vote for individual candidates as you do
for Westminster. You have to choose a political party 'list', with MEPs
elected according to how many votes the list wins. In several regions
of England, such as the North West and London, it's possible for the
CP-CPA to win a seat with just 8 per cent of the vote - giving a voice
for values in the European Parliament.
Read more about the campaign by visiting either www.VoteChristian.info
or www.cpaparty.org.uk The Christian Peoples Alliance was born out of
the Movement for Christian Democracy, founded by pro-lifer, David Alton.
Get more details about them by emailing email@example.com
Their manifesto A Time of Jubilee is summarised by these bullet points:
A Christian Europe
Recognition that Christianity brought Europe the
freedom, culture and values that we must return to.
Greening the Global Economy
Jobs, the developing world and the climate are
paramount. We’ll end debt-based growth and
move away from a carbon-based economy.
Trade Justice and Equality
Open EU markets to help end global poverty.
And we’ll tackle growing social division.
Respect for the Human Person
Full protection of the law for all human life from
conception until natural death.
End Secrecy and Corruption in the EU
Bring transparency and openness. Reform the
accounting system and tackle financial abuses.
Referendum Now! (Lisbon Treaty)
No to a European State. More democracy, less
bureaucracy and an end to creeping federalism.
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