Alvin Ashleigh is a Munkcestrian politician who was the leader of the independence movement of Nationalist Northumbria. Alvin Ashleigh is the first President of Nationalist Northumbria and was the leader of the Northumbrian independence movement.
|President of Northumbria|
|Assumed office |
|Residence||Newcastle, Nationalist Northumbria|
|Occupation||Politician, activist, insurgency leader.|
|Known for||Leading Northumbrian independence movement, numerous killings in the furtherance of this.|
|Allegiance||Northumbrian independence movement|
|Years of service||2047|
|Commands||All Northumbrian militias|
|Battles/wars||Battle of Newcastle (2047) Newcastle Skirmish (2047)|
Northumbrian independence movement
He participated in the Northumbrian independence movement, according to most reliable sources with peaceful intentions, however he assaulted a counter-protester and resisted arrest for a variety of violence and hate speech based offences. During the attempt to capture him the crowds were charged by Scots Guards and fired into by the Lancashire Regiment. He at some point after this is believed to have acquired a handgun and formed a militia.
Alvin Ashleigh's political ideology includes economic self-sufficiency, non-interventionism, stronger restrictions on immigration (but also anti-racism) and suspicion of France. Alvin Ashleigh is the first President of Nationalist Northumbria and was the leader of the Northumbrian independence movement.