Sunday, 22 October 2017


Help Our Front-Line Activists!

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Front and back of the joint NLP/NwS leaflet promoting self-determination. Our front-line activists want to distribute them on a nationwide basis. Can you help?

AS PART of a joint campaign in support of self-determination, front-line activists of both the National Liberal Party and Nations without States are planning a massive leaflet distribution campaign.

The distribution of our double-sided full-colour glossy leaflet will represent a massive step forward for our self-determination campaign.  In May we put out one million leaflets for our Euro-Election campaign.  This was just in London where we stood eight brave candidates on a Self-Determination For All! ticket.  This time we want to promote our positive message of self-determination – based on the principles of national freedom and social justice – on a nationwide basis.

We want to distribute our new leaflets both on a door-to-door basis and at demonstrations, meetings and pickets.  Our front-line activists are raring to go.  Can you help them?

We want to print as many leaflets as possible.  To do this we need money – and lots of it!  We’re asking for as many folks as possible to make a donation (large or small) so that we can really promote the concept of self-determination.  Will you help us make self-determination the ‘hot topic’ in British politics?

Both the National Council of the National Liberal Party and the Organising Committee of Nations without States have given a cast iron guarantee that all donations generated via this appeal will be spent on producing as many leaflets as possible.

Heres how you can support the campaign for self-determination:

• 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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