Robin Tilbrook

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Robin Charles William Tilbrook (born 7 April 1958) is the founder and chairman of the English Democrats Party. He has been a solicitor since 1990 and runs his own practice in his home town of Ongar, Essex. [1]

The website of the English Democrats give the following biographical information for Tilbrook:

Born in 1958 in Malaysia, Robin is a Solicitor he attended Wellington College in Berkshire. Robin founded the English National Party in 1997, by 2002 he organised with several other small English Nationalist parties to re-launch the party as the English Democrats. Robin has stood for Election as a Councillor on several occasions as the lead candidate for the English Democrats for the European Elections in 2004 (London) and as a parliamentary Candidate for Epping Forest in 2005. Robin lives in Essex with his wife Clare and has 3 Children. Robin has been re-elected unopposed as National Chairman on three successive occasions by the General Membership. [2]

Anti-Islam Connections

Tilbrook is linked to English Democrats Party member Stephen Gash, who is a leading figure in Stop the Islamisation of Europe (SOIE). Tilbrook gave a speech on the 'dangers of Islamisation' to a SOIE protest on 11 September 2008 outside Lambeth Palace, the official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury. [3] SOIE leaders Stephen Gash and Anders Gravers are both 'fans' of Tilbrook on the social networking site Facebook. [4]


  1. The Law Society Online Register, TILBROOK, ROBIN CHARLES WILLIAM, accessed 25 May 2009
  2. The English Democrats, National Executive Officers, accessed 25 May 2009
  3. Stephen Gash, 'London "No sharia here!" demo', 15 September 2008, 02:58 PM GMT
  4. Screengrab of Stephen Gash's Facebook Page, 21 May 2009, 19:02; Screengrab of Anders Gravers's Facebook Page, 22 May 2009, 14:02