Saturday, 18 May 2024

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:

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 and note SY or JS as a reference, a cheque to the NLP, PO Box 4217, Hornchurch, Essex RM12 4PJ or pledge via

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:
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