Thursday, 2 April 2015

Shop Local This Easter! (2)

To get hold of a FREE pdf of the NLPs Shop Local This Easter leaflet, simply e-mail natliberal@aol.com

THE National Liberal Party is calling for everyone to Shop Local this Easter!

As we have noted many times, it is absolutely vital that local shops, small businesses and the self-employed not only survive, but actually prosper.

We believe that local shops are vital to the community. They provide good choice, reasonable prices and excellent customer services. They are the ‘glue’ that binds various communities together.

In our previous Shop Local This Easter! article, we suggested that “local shoppers” should stand in solidarity with their local shops, small businesses and the self-employed. Simply forget the multi-nationals and just spend an extra fiver in your local shop!”

We know that times are tough but we feel that everyone can put a fiver in the direction of their local shops. All you have to do is keep a fiver over from your ‘big shop’ and spend it locally.

Activists handing our 'Shop local at Easter' flyers to shops and shoppers whilst campaigning in Pinner

If you can’t afford £5, why not spend just £1 in your local shop? This can work two ways. Firstly, if you already use your local shop, just spend an extra £1 in it. Secondly, if you don’t usually do any shopping in your local shop, just drop in and buy something for £1.

We know that a couple of people doing this won’t make much of a difference, but imagine if 100 people spent £1 each in their local shop. That really would start to make an impact!

As we’ve said before in respect of local shops – use them or lose them!

You can also support your local shops, small businesses and the self-employed by simply following these four simple steps:

1. E-mail natliberal@aol.com and ask for FREE pdf copies of our This Easter … Put Local Shops FIRST! leaflet. Print a few out and distribute them around your area – and don’t forget to give your local shopkeeper a copy. Also, send the pdf of the leaflet to your friends, realtives and work colleagues and ask them to do the same.

2. Copy this article and put it on your Facebook page. Ask all of your Facebook friends to like and share it!

3. Copy the link to this article and put it on your Twitter account. Ask your followers to RT it.

4. Do exactly the same with our This Easter … Put Local Shops FIRST! e-poster which featured in our previous article here: http://nationalliberal.org/shop-local-this-easter-1
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General Election Update (2)

Both Jagdeesh Singh (left) and Sockalingam Yogalingam (right) stood for the NLP in last year’s European Election. On 7 May they will be asking for you vote in the General Election.

THE NATIONAL LIBERAL PARTY now has two confirmed candidates representing the party in the forthcoming General Election.

Sockalingam ‘Yogi’ Yogalingam will be standing in the constituency of Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner, which is situated in outer North West London.  And Jagdeesh Singh is standing in Southall, West London.

Both candidates will be promoting the issue of national and political self-determination.

Yogi and his front-line activists have already been out with a ‘warm up’ leaflet.  You can follow their progress via the NLPs Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/52739504313/?fref=nf

Although great progress has been made with door-to-door leafletting, more volunteers are needed to promote our message of SELF-DETERMINATION which is about daily life as UK citizens, deciding and participating in direct self-governance – RIGHTS, RESPONSIBILITY & DIRECT REPRESENTATION! Yogi also needs as many people as possible to donate to his campaign.

In Southall Jadeesh’s campaign will start in the very near future.  ‘Jag’ is a well-known campaigner for freedom.  He is especially calling for those members of various ‘captive nations’ who now live and work in Southall – ‘Sikhs, Tamils, Dalits, Kashmiris, Kurds, South Indians and more’ – to support him.

Again volunteers and donations for our Southall campaign will be much appreciated.  Keep your eyes peeled for more news about this soon! You can still help their campaigns by donating via http://nationalliberal.org/the-party-organisation/donate and note SY or JS as a reference, a cheque to the NLP, PO Box 4217, Hornchurch, Essex RM12 4PJ or pledge via natliberal@aol.com.

The NLPs Manifesto for the General Election is nearly ready and will be unveiled soon.  We’d like to extend our thanks to those activists who have worked behind the scenes to write the Manifesto.

As with our European Election Manifesto (which was published in April 2014) we will be reproducing our General Election manifesto in ‘bite size’ pieces.  We hope that this will encourage debate and feedback – good, bad or indifferent – on our ideas.

• THIS ARTICLE should be read in conjuction with our first General Election Update:  http://nationalliberal.org/general-election-update
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Shop Local This Easter! (1)

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FOR OBVIOUS REASONS the National Liberal Party is putting a huge effort into its General Election campaign.  Indeed, regular readers will have already noticed an increased empthasis on the subjects of National and Political Self-Determination.

However, we’re still intent on promoting another of our core messages – and that is supporting local shops, small businesses and the self-employed.

So with Easter just around the corner, we’d like to remind everyone that they should Shop Local This Easter!

With this in mind, we’d like all members and supporters to help promote out the above Shop Local This Easter! e-poster.  To do this, simply copy the link to this brief article and viral it out via Social Media like Facebook and Twitter.

This is vitally important as all local shops are under threat.  High business rates, the recession, excessive red-tape and the growth of out-of-town superstores have forced many local shops to close down.

The NLP believes that local shops and facilities are really important – especially for the elderly, young mothers and those without cars.  For instance, they provide the setting for meeting neighbours and friends – thus providing the ‘glue’ that helps to maintain any community.

This Easter we’re asking local shoppers to stand in solidarity with their local shops, small businesses and the self-employed.  Simply forget the multi-nationals and just spend an extra fiver in your local shop!

A fiver less will never be noticed by the multi-nationals – but it’ll make all the difference to a corner shop.  Shop Local This Easter!

• KEEP your eyes peeled for our next Shop Local This Easter! article which’ll be coming soon.

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