The Christian Party have published a concise and encompassing set of British Values for the General Election 2015 'THE 2015 DECLARATION OF BRITISH VALUES' and are inviting Parliamentary Candidates of all parties to sign them as a pledge on a personal basis.
The Christian Party's declaration resets the definition of British Values on the basis of Biblical principles and traditional Judaeo-Christian values. BTM concur with this declaration.
The declaration is a clear counter to the new interpretation of British Values by Theresa May of the Conservative Party in her Prevent Strategy and by government agencies where anybody who opposes the immoral pro-homosexual laws of the UK would by definition be considered an extremist.
The only problem the declaration does not address is that the individual parliamentary candidates of the main political parties when elected will have a party whip over them to fall in line and vote for the policies of their Party Manifesto. It has been proven over many years that the party leaders and thier members of parliament want to obliterate all semblance of traditional Bible based morality and reengineer a society based around Sodom and Gomorrah.
So although a parliamentary candidate can subscribe to the declaration the manifesto of the main parties will, or previous political statements made prior to the election, overrule the declaration's aims and commitments, thus making the declaration null and void in practice. The words of the declaration are still nevertheless valid.
The names of the small number of Christian Party parliamentary candidates standing across the UK can be found here. Further information on the 'THE 2015 DECLARATION OF BRITISH VALUES' and an explanation on the campaign can be found here.
Jeff Green of The Christian Party can be seen interviewed on BBC 2 show 'Daily Politics' 8 April 2015 from around 48 minutes.
THE 2015 DECLARATION OF BRITISH VALUES
1. Christian Conscience
I believe that a British citizen has the right to live as a Christian within the United Kingdom without fear, prejudice or persecution from the state or any other person or organisation. I will seek to ensure that religious liberty and freedom of conscience are unequivocally protected against interference by the state and from other threats. This liberty should extend not only to individuals but also to institutions, including families, charities, schools and religious communities. I will not be inhibited against my right to speak out, by any cultural or political power. I will reject measures that seek to over-rule Christian conscience or to restrict the freedom to express Christian beliefs and to worship and obey God.
2. British Constitutional Law
Since the Maastricht agreement, the UK has been increasingly subject to new European laws, undermining Parliament, the Constitution and the Queen's Coronation Oath. I am opposed to superseding British law with foreign law, such as Sharia or European law, and I will support an in-out referendum on Europe during the next session of Parliament. I believe that the people should decide.
3. Traditional Marriage
I pledge to support real marriage – the lifelong covenantal union of one man and one woman as husband and wife. I believe it is the only context for sexual intercourse, and the most important building block for a stable society. A stable family promotes education and social well-being. I call on the government to honour, promote and protect real marriage and I will not support equating any other form of sexual partnership with marriage. I will continue to affirm these beliefs about sexual morality, marriage, and the family.
4. Sanctity of Life
I pledge to work to protect the life of every human being from conception to its natural end. I will not participate in nor facilitate abortion, embryo-destructive research, assisted suicide, euthanasia, or any other act that involves intentionally destroying innocent human beings. I will support those who take the same stand.
I believe that all human life has intrinsic value and equal dignity and worth, and that it is the duty of the state to protect the vulnerable. I will support, protect, and be an advocate for the life and dignity of the unborn child, the young and elderly, the sick and disabled, the addicted and abused, sex and labour slaves and other vulnerable groups.