Friday, 5 February 2016

Manifesto - notes made on a rainy day


An end to big government.

An end to big business

A democratic society, free from discrimination whether it be race, colour, gender, sexual orientation, faith, social origin or any other prejudice as the basis of a healthy society

Tax cuts for the lowest paid.

Education subsidies for disadvantaged pupils.

Break up the big banks and have publicly elected directors of business.

Electoral Reform.

Introduce pluralistic politics the better to have a democracy that recognises all opinions are valued. One which would include all major parties.

A robust self-defence policy including stronger flood defence but also the NHS. The armed forces strengthened for the purpose of a home defence militia. 

A Nationalised NHS.

A Nationalised Railway.

Scrap Trident.

All new build homes to have solar panelled roofs.

Smaller, localised communities that work within the framework of national laws. A grass roots democracy.

A democratically elected Head of State.

A democratically elected Second House.

Commitment to social justice and the environment supporting a radical transformation of society for the benefit of all, and for the planet as a whole. The threats to economic, social and racial wellbeing are considered part of the same problem, and solving one of these crises cannot be achieved without solving the others.

The preservation of other species. Human life depends on the rich diversity of the natural world for its own survival.

A sustainable society to provide a long-term future for humankind in the knowledge that  physical resources are finite.


A holistic approach that takes into account the well-being of other species, other nations along with the interests of future generations.


To ensure that all have the ability to enjoy an adequate livelihood that supplies security in terms of assets, income, food, water and shelter at all times.

Find non-violent solutions to conflict.

Rather than measure national or international success by the state of purely the economy; pay equal attention to the quality of life, social equality, personal freedom, happiness and health.
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Russell Cuts the Corn From The Brewers Whiskers.

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