Timothy Patrick Bragg (also known as Tim Bragg) is an English author and musician who has worked in politics. He was a founder member of the cultural publication Steadfast. He has been a vegetarian since late childhood.A singer and songwriter as well as multi-instrumentalist, Bragg's discography includes Fields of England (there is as of April 2014 a CD of 12 revamped and new songs and a digital only five song EP: Fields of England - The Green EP ), Night Ferry (ambient/jazz album featuring flute, 2008), Waiting for the Light (2009), Where is the Fighter? - Songs for Phil Lynott (2009), Fox in the Night (ambient album, 2009), Stranger Through The Window (2010), Revamped 1 (2011), Revamped Too (2012) and under Tim Bragg & The Other Side the ambient/dance/electro album, featuring flute and the EWI (Electric Wind Instrument) Crossing Over (2013).He stood as a paper-candidate for the English Democrats Party in the 2004 European Parliament election.He was a member of the English Democrats for a year; he is not and has not been a member of any political party before or since. Tim is now spokesman for (and founder of) the environmental campaign group English Green. The ethos of English Green is given as: English Green is a group interested in ecology and its relationship with all aspects of human activity. How we co-exist with the flora and fauna and how we conduct ourselves in an ecologically healthy manner and how we achieve a spiritual and material well-being are of particular interest.