EURef: Lib Dem Image Stocking Referendum Supplies

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All over the country Liberal Democrat local parties are getting to making an excellent job of campaigning for a Remain vote.

Lib Dem Image are now able to supply, badges, posters, t-shirts, stickers other items that will be useful for campaigning.

It’s al available to order here.


* Antony Hook was #2 on the South East European list in 2014, is the English Party's representative on the Federal Executive and produces this sites EU Referendum Roundup.

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  • No, go to the site and there are no posters for sale, same as when I looked at it a few days ago. There are stickers, suitable for sticking on a briefcase. There are choices of t-shirts. I asked about posters and was told there were none available beyond what my local party was sent (about 50, enough for half our members and if they took them up, none left over for any street activity or sympathisers). I was given a link and told we could print them off ourselves – something many people wouldn’t be able to do, but we have access to an in-house printer who can. The posters have to have a large section cut off for some reason – and they’re in white print on very pale orange, so the message isn’t exactly obvious from afar.

    I tried Stronger In. After all, their posters, I gather, are eye-catching. I was referred to a regional organiser. So far, no response.

    Meanwhile, eye-catching LEAVE posters and banners are quite numerous round here. I don’t want to downplay what marvellous efforts are being made, locally and UK-wide, but posters seem to have been a low priority.

  • Richard Underhill 29th May '16 - 11:18am

    Liam Fox MP is not Boris Johnson, nor Michael Gove. Fox’s language is usually more precise, but on the Andrew Marr Show on 29/5/2016 he could and should have been less extreme about immigration. The well respected Andrew Marr allowed him to get away with it.
    At federal conference in Brighton Business Secretary Vince Cable MP spoke at a fringe meeting attended by senior business leaders, including a spokesman for the City of London, Mark Boleat.
    The Tory manifesto for 2010 had promised to control NET immigration to the UK to the “tens of thousands”. We knew that this was illogical because millions of UK citizens live abroad, including over a million in the EU, some working, some retired.
    Mark Boleat said that the promise was unachievable because it would need a prolonged recession (which, of course, neither the City of London nor the Tories wanted).
    The Tory manifesto for the 2015 general election repeated the promise, although the Home Secretary knows, and has said publicly, that achieving it will be “difficult”.
    It may be that Liam Fox MP is getting desperate. Maybe he is looking at the bookmakers’ odds, maybe he is trying to be consistent with what other Leavers have said.
    Andrew Marr should be more careful to be factual, less concerned to generate headlines.

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