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National Liberal Party 2015 General Election Manifesto – Section 1
THE NATIONAL LIBERAL PARTY launched its 2015 General Election Manifesto towards the end of last month. A packed meeting – attended by our candidates Sockalingam ‘Yogi’ Yogalingam and Jagdeesh Singh – heard various speakers outline the NLPs ideals of National Freedom and Social Justice.

At the core of our Manifesto is a call for Self-Determination. Our view is that Self-Determination should be both a simple basic human right for everyone and a building block for every nation. Thus the NLP argues in favour of both National and Political Self-Determination.

Our Manifesto consists of an introduction – which gives an overview of the concept of Self-Determination – followed by sections on the likes of Constitution & Political Reform, Foreign Policy, the Environment, Economy and so on.

In order to encourage debate and feedback – good, bad or indifferent – on our General Election Manifesto, we’re also reproducing it in ‘bite size’ pieces. You can find the first section below. If you wish to join the debate itself, simply go to our Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/groups/52739504313/ and look out for this article – simply post your views in the comments section.

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The NLPs General Election Manifesto calls for National and Political Self- Determination.

The National Liberal Party believes in the universal principle of Self-Determination, both National and Political, which is essentially about giving people control of their affairs – locally, regionally and nationally.  Government for the benefit of the people, by the people!

Firstly, National Self-Determination.  This includes the following key points:

• We will work to make a truly federal United Kingdom, instead of a centralised government where everything is decided at Westminster.

• We will create a parliament for England.

• We will support the right of independence for all the world’s stateless nations.

• We will work for the preservation of the United Kingdom’s independence within Europe.

• We will devolve appropriate power to the constituent nations of the United Kingdom.

Secondly, Poltical Self-Determination.  This includes the following key points:

• Direct Democracy through the use of Referendums.

• Proportional Representation.

• Voter Recall of elected politicians.

• A “None of the Above” (NOTA) box on the ballot papers.

• Decentralise all decision-making to the most practical level.

To obtain your FREE copy of the NLP Manifesto, simply click HERE

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Issue 3 of Liberty & Nation Just Around The Corner!

The first e-poster produced by Liberty & Nation. Issue 3 of the ‘Voice of the National Liberal Party’ will be out soon!

WE KNOW that it’s been a long time coming, but issue 3 of Liberty & NationL&N – is just around the corner!

We’d originally intended to kick off this year with our new issue, but planning for the forthcoming General Election has taken much of our time up. This is particularly so of the NLPs Manifesto. Here many activists worked tirelessly behind the scenes debating and producing this exciting publication – which will be available here in ‘bite size’ pieces fairly soon.

The content of L&N has also changed. Originally we anticipated looking at the constitutional crisis which has been provoked across the United Kingdom by the Scottish independence referendum.

However, it was thought that the NLPs forthcoming General Election Manifesto had dealt with this subject fairly neatly when it notes:

Devolution: We will work to create a federal United Kingdom with constituent parliaments for each nation (including England). We will support decentralisation to the most local practical level.

We are decentralists and believe in equality, popular sovereignty and national self-determination. We are very much in support of the individual against the might of the state. Thus we oppose centralism – which can be dogmatic, undemocratic and totalitarian in nature.”

With this is mind it was decided that L&N3 should focus on what makes the National Liberal Party different from the other parties. This includes the fact that we’re not interested in macho–posturing and gesture politics. It also stresses that “our

politics go way beyond ‘left’, ‘right’, capitalism, socialism, unionism and republicanism.”

Thus issue 3 of L&N acts as an introduction to National Liberalism and the NLP. The front page article – For National Freedom & Social Justice! – looks at National Liberal ideals such as Liberty, Democracy, Independence and Ecology. The back page looks at the NLP itself, providing a brief overview of the party.

This will be the first issue of Liberty & Nation that’ll be available in both pdf format and hard copy.

Thanks to a generous donation from a Scottish supporter, we have enough money to print around 5000 copies. However, we’d like to print many, many more. Can you help us spread the message of National Liberalism by making a donation? If so, here’s how:

• Make a direct donation to our bank account: Bank of Scotland – National Liberal Party – 12-11-03 – 06186181

• Pay via our web-site: http://nationalliberal.org/the-party-organisation/donate

Send a cheque or Postal Order to NLP, PO Box 4217, Hornchurch, Essex, RM12 4PX, England.

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NLP General Election Manifesto Launched!
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The National Liberal Party, is the only political party that backs worldwide liberation with no ulterior agenda. They are truly free agents.

Jonathan H. Levy,
Chief Administrative Officer, Organization of Emerging African States (OEAS)
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WITH the General Election just a matter of weeks away, the National Liberal Party launched its Manifesto at a fundraising lunch on Saturday March 21.

The Manifesto was launched in front of nearly 100 guests – many of them youths – at a venue in outer North West London.

Both of the NLPs candidates attended. Sockalingam ‘Yogi’ Yogalingam will be standing in the constituency of Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner and Jagdeesh Singh is standing in Southall, West London. Other members of the NLPs National Council were also in attendance.

The main thrust of the Manifesto centres around the universal principle of Self-Determination, which we believe will become an attractive holistic ideology. The NLP Manifesto itself highlights both National and Political Self-Determination.

For National Self-Determination, we call for decentralisation – a truly federal United Kingdom, instead of a centralised government where everything is decided at Westminster and a parliament for England.

Alligned to this is our intention to devolve appropriate power to the constituent nations of the United Kingdom and to work for the preservation of the United Kingdom’s independence within Europe.

As National Self-Determination is universal, we will naturally support the right of independence for all of the world’s stateless nations.

For Political Self-Determination, the NLP would introduce Direct Democracy via the use of Referendums, Proportional Representation, Voter Recall of elected politicians and a “None of the Above” (NOTA) box on the ballot papers.

We also advocate the decentralisation of all decision-making to the most local practical level.

The Manifesto also covers subjects such as Constitution & Political Reform, Foreign Policy, the Environment, the Economy, Immigration and much, much more.

We will be reproducing our General Election manifesto in ‘bite size’ pieces exclusively on this web-site in the very near future.

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• To obtain your copy of the NLP Manifesto, simply CLICK HERE

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