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A far-right politician who was sacked after bosses discovered his ‘offensive’ views when he ran for Parliament has had his discrimination claim thrown out. 

Graham Moore was suing the London-based Southern Housing Group after he was fired for standing as a candidate for the English Democrats in the December 2019 general election. 

His employers said he had failed to declare his intention to run, while his views on English nationalism had left other staff members ‘distressed’.

Moore, who was dismissed in January 2020, claimed he was discriminated against for his ‘race’ as an ‘indigenous Englishman’, and for his philosophical belief in ‘English self-determination’ and independence. 

The self-described ‘Daddy Dragon’, who hosted a YouTube show called ‘The Full English’ on his page with 25,000 subscribers – before being banned from the site – believes in the ‘English constitution’ which started with the Magna Carta in the 13th century, and believes people guilty of committing treason against the state deserve the death penalty. 

Employment Judge Fiona Louise McLaren said Moore’s claims had no merit, as the firm – which has offices in London and Horsham, West Sussex – was within its rights to dismiss him for failing to declare ‘conflicting interests’ and for contacting a journalist and claiming he was being ‘harassed’ over his beliefs. 

However she ruled that a belief in England can pass as a ‘cogent and cohesive’ philosophical belief, protected by law.

Ruling at the south London tribunal in Croydon, Judge McLaren said: ‘We conclude that Moore’s belief in England as one nation under God, English self-determination and English independence, while based on his opinion of English history, amount to a philosophical belief that is more than a statement of opinion.

Graham Moore (pictured) was suing the Southern Housing Group after he was fired when bosses discovered his 'offensive' and 'disturbing' views on English nationalism, which they said left other staff members 'distressed'

Graham Moore (pictured) was suing the Southern Housing Group after he was fired when bosses discovered his 'offensive' and 'disturbing' views on English nationalism, which they said left other staff members 'distressed'

Graham Moore (pictured) was suing the Southern Housing Group after he was fired when bosses discovered his ‘offensive’ and ‘disturbing’ views on English nationalism, which they said left other staff members ‘distressed’

‘His views – about socialism being unlawful [and] on what constitutes treason – potentially infringe on others’ rights within a democracy, but we conclude that his beliefs do not involve a very grave violation of the rights of others tantamount to the destruction of those rights.

‘He is not espousing violence or hatred in its gravest of forms.

‘We conclude his beliefs fall into the category of beliefs that are offensive, shocking or even disturbing to others but are within the less grave forms of hate speech which are not excluded from protection.’

Moore claims the English ‘have been suppressed by the British since 1825’ and insists ‘English history is being erased’.

He also calls for the death penalty for those committed of treason, the tribunal heard. 

He once branded Conservative defector Anna Soubry – who opposed Brexit – a ‘traitor’.

The panel heard that when he landed a project supervisor job at the housing association, he failed to declare his views and that he was a member of the English Democrats.

Moore was annoyed that he had to tick ‘British’ for his nationality during the application process as there was no ‘English’ option, the hearing was told.

Soon after joining the association in October 2019, Moore (far left) announced he was standing as a parliamentary candidate in the Bexleyheath and Crayford Constituency, London, for the English Democrats in that December's General Election

Soon after joining the association in October 2019, Moore (far left) announced he was standing as a parliamentary candidate in the Bexleyheath and Crayford Constituency, London, for the English Democrats in that December's General Election

Soon after joining the association in October 2019, Moore (far left) announced he was standing as a parliamentary candidate in the Bexleyheath and Crayford Constituency, London, for the English Democrats in that December’s General Election

He noted his ethnic origin as ‘other ethnic group’ to reflect his English origin, it was also heard.

Soon after joining the association in October 2019, he announced he was standing as a parliamentary candidate in the Bexleyheath and Crayford Constituency, London, for the English Democrats in that December’s General Election.

He suffered a resounding loss with 520 votes, a mere 1.2 per cent of the total share.

His bosses had not known about his specific beliefs as he did not declare them when he joined, and around the time of the election colleagues were left ‘distressed’ when he spoke about his affiliation.

Now, after trying to sue Southern Housing Group for race discrimination and philosophical belief discrimination, both the claims have been struck out at an employment tribunal.

A tribunal report laid out Moore’s beliefs in further detail.

It read: ‘Moore has a belief in England, English identity, English culture, English independence and actively promotes the English constitution and legal system, and English system through various media outlets.

‘His belief in English culture included his belief in the English constitution and therefore English common law. His belief in ‘England’ is the same as a belief in an English nation, one nation under God.

‘He is both a nationalist and a constitutionalist. He believes in the law of the land; the freedom and liberty English laws gave us, which the British have taken away.

Willard said in the email to Miss Soubry to 'remember Jo', adding that she had been 'shot and stabbed'

Willard said in the email to Miss Soubry to 'remember Jo', adding that she had been 'shot and stabbed'

The tribunal heard Moore attended the November 2019 trial of fellow English Democrat Amy Dalla Mura on her behalf. Mura was found guilty of targeting MP Anna Soubry (pictured), who left the Tories to join Change UK

‘He believes in the nation state in England which gave us the laws starting with the English Magna Carta… He believes English history is being erased.

‘He explained that while he talks of England and one nation under God, he did not limit being English to what he describes as white, indigenous English, which he also described as being white Anglo Saxon.

‘He explained that individuals who are black can be English, although not indigenous English. 

‘Again, he stated that he did not have any issue with non-Christians, despite his belief in one nation being under a Christian God.’

Moore’s beliefs mean he ‘demands the British state formally acknowledge the existence of the English as an ethnic group’. 

The tribunal heard Moore attended the November 2019 trial of fellow English Democrat Amy Dalla Mura on her behalf. Mura was found guilty of targeting MP Soubry, who left the Tories to join Change UK.

Moore viewed Soubry as a ‘traitor’, adding that he would ‘advocate for the death penalty’ if an individual was found guilty of treason.

As an English Democrat, Moore claimed:  ‘We are true Conservatives unlike Nigel Farage who is the equivalent to Benedict Arnold, he is British not English’.

His YouTube account was banned for ‘violating’ its rules and his Twitter profile has also been removed.


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