Play God Save The Queen On The BBC Every Night, Says Andrew Rosindell MP

25/10/2013 15:53 BST | Updated 25/10/2013 16:03 BST
LONDON - OCTOBER 18: Andrew Rosindell, conservative MP for Romford plays with Buster, his 3 year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier during 'Westminster Dog of the Year 2006' on October 18, 2006 in London, England. The Westminster Dog of the Year competition was open to all dog-owning parliamentarians and for the first time, dog-owning political journalists. Dogs were judged on their good deeds and behaviour. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

A Conservative MP has launched a campaign for the BBC to play the national anthem every day.

Andrew Rosindell said God Save the Queen should play every night on BBC1 at the end of the day's programmes.

Rosindell, labelled the most patriotic MP in Parliament, has tabled an Early Day Motion calling for the policy change.


His motion says:

That this House calls on the British Broadcasting Corporation to restore the British National Anthem on BBC1 at the end of each day's programming before the switch over to BBC News 24; regrets the decision to play God Save The Queen on BBC1 for the last time on 3 October 1997; and believes that this proud tradition should be reinstated.

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