If you are interested in the content of this blog then join us on Facebook and follow Radio Free Cornwall.


Blaming Immigrants...

Well done Swansea. Some inspiration for Cornwall perhaps.


Une bonne nouvelle pour le peuple cornique

Bonne nouvelle. Le Gouvernement britannique a annoncé aujourd'hui la reconnaissance du peuple cornique (Cornouailles britannique) en tant que minorité nationale sous la "Convention-cadre pour la protection des minorités nationales" (article wikipedia), convention signée et ratifiée par la quasi-totalité des États européens sauf la France, la Turquie, la Grèce (consulter la carte).

 • • •
The UK Government have announced today that the Cornish people will be officially recognised as a national minority under the Council of Europe Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities.

Dick Cole, leader of Mebyon Kernow- the Party for Cornwall, said: "This is a fantastic development. This is a proud day for Cornwall…. A lot of people have been working for many years to get Cornwall the recognition other Celtic people of the UK already receive.”

UK Communities Minister Stephen Williams added: "This is a great day for the people of Cornwall who have long campaigned for the distinctiveness and identity of the Cornish people to be recognised officially. The Cornish and Welsh are the oldest peoples on this island and as a proud Welshman I look forward to seeing St Piran's Flag flying with extra Celtic pride on 5 March next year." => Consulter l'annonce de l'Alliance Libre Européenne

Union Démocratique Bretonne
02 96 61 48 63 • udbcontact@udb-bzh.net • http://udb-bzh.net • 4 rue Menou 44000 Nantes
L'UDB est membre de Régions et Peuples Solidaires (RPS) et de l'Alliance Libre Européenne (ALE).

Unvaniezh Demokratel Breizh 
02 96 61 48 63 • udbcontact@udb-bzh.net • http://udb-bzh.net • 4 straed Menou 44000 Nantes
Un ezel eus Rannvroioù ha Pobloù Kengred (RPK) hag Emglev Libr Europa (ELE) eo UDB.


10,000 for the reunification of Brittany

Over 10,000 people marched in Brittany's historic capital on the 19th of April 2014 to demand the administrative reunification of Nantes and its surrounding department, Loire Atlantique, with the rest of Brittany.

The French administrative region of Bretagne minus Nantes and Loire Atlantique department.

Currently Brittany is divided between two bodies of regional governance: 4 departments are regrouped in the administrative region of Brittany, whilst the 5th historic department of Brittany, Loire Atlantique, is attached to the totally artificial technocratic Pay de la Loire region.

The historic borders of the Duchy of Brittany.

It's worth noting that Nantes and the Loire Atlantique department were separated from Brittany by the collaborationist French 'Vichy' government during the second world war.

The current French socialist government has promised to reduce the number of administrative regions and simplify local government by abolishing the departments. Breton campaigners have therefore seized the chance to powerfully restate their desire for a reunified Brittany in which the councils of the 5 Breton departments and the regional council are fused to form a single assembly for Brittany. Another alternative being touted by some French politicians is the creation of a Grande Ouest region much like a South West or Devonwall region for Cornwall but on a much larger scale.

Grande Ouest