Labour: choose the next Prime Minister for £12

The Labour party are allowing the entire British public to have a say in choosing the next Labour party leader and Prime Minister of Britain – all you have to do is join the party (for a minimum of £1pm unwaged) first.

Labour’s “Join up, join in” campaign says:

“Being a member of a political party means a lot and in the coming months our members will be asked to elect a new Leader and Deputy Leader for the Labour Party, and, for the first time in history, the next Prime Minister. Never before has the membership of any political party had such power to shape the future of British politics, nor such a responsibility to the people of Britain, and the history of our movement. It is a responsibility and a privilege.

We want as many members as possible to take part in this historic election – this is your time, your opportunity.

You can also join by annual direct debit or credit/debit card.”

I think I’ll pass up on the offer and cast my ballot for free at the next General Election, ta.

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