Wednesday, 29 May 2024

New Writers Required – Can You Help?

THE NATIONAL LIBERAL PARTY would like to encourage as many of our members and supporters as possible to write for our web-site, Facebook page and various publications.

We’re fairly libertarian in outlook and support free speech and civil and religious liberties for all.  As such, we’re not dogmatic – indeed, we are strongly opposed to those who seek to enforce their views upon others.  Therefore, we’re more than willing to host various debates on a number of subjects.  Therefore your article doesn’t have to 100% reflect NLP policy.

As well as reflecting our commitment to free speech, we’d like to encourage new writers so that we can showcase new ideas and help develop different writing styles.  In particular we’d like to encourage our younger members and supporters to produce educational and outreach material.

In the past few weeks, the NLP site has featured two excellent articles by 19 year-old student Robert Byng.  Robert – who’s based in Barrhead, Scotland – is also the editor of The Young Political Radical, a highly distinctive blog which pulls no punches.  You can check it out here:

The two articles written by Robert for the NLP site are The Lies Of Homeless And Social Housing – dated June 20 – which can be found here and  The Scandal of MPs Expenses – dated July 23 – which can be found here:

A new article by Robert is set to be published soon.

Also look out for a debut article from Derbyshire-based Liam Clarke.  Liam – who hopes to study religion and philosophy at university later this year – has written an article which examines the similarities between true Nationalism and Liberalism.  It should be appearing on our web-site in the very near future.

To check out the National Liberal Party’s web- site, see

To check out the National Liberal Party’s Facebook page, see

To send an article for possible publication, simply e-mail the NLP at

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