Originally posted by sapien82
If any of you guys can PM me the facebook details I'll join , and forward the group to more of my politically minded friends.
In party registration , it does have restrictions on the party name we should maybe get to grips with that also, I do believe if we want to properly register we are required to pay a fee to do so.
However I dont think that it is actually necessary to register a party to run for parliament , since we should be able to do it for free.
I can help with any of the graphic design for layouts , publications , everything .
What we need to do is build our manifesto if we can seek to change the areas which need changing the most.
Originally posted by stumason
Facebook is up and running..
I have also taken steps to begin a website. Cost me a few quid, but I have secured a domain name and just have to put the ruddy thing together now.
Originally posted by woodwardjnr
reply to post by Freeborn
I preferred Sundays pre all day opening and the relaxation of Sunday trade laws however, I fully understood the reason for reform.
I was talking to a friend about this the other day. Sundays, even if you were not religious used to be a day when the family could all be together without the usual distractions. Now instead of families going to church and having a day with the community, people use their sundays as another day to worship at the alter of consumerism.
Shame she never fully destroyed the unions though, now us Londoners have to put up with that bald, pie scoffing tub of lard Bob Crowe shutting down our transport system whenever a feckless tube worker gets sacked.
Not the welcome to Manchester the Tories hoped for. Estimated 30,000 ppl march in a very noisy protest against cuts