EURef: Two more leaflets available to order

Two weeks ago we reported the availability of a Lib Dem #INtogether leaflet for the referendum campaign focussing on the cost of living.  Any member or supporter can order copies  of this leaflet.

There has been a great success with over 400,000 copies ordered in this first fortnight.

There are now two more leaflets available. These focus on jobs and security.  This is what the jobs leaflet looks like (click to enlarge)

jobs leaflet

Any member or supporters can order copies of these leaflets at cost price of £40 per 1000 (including delivery). This is an effective way to enable supporters including those who haven’t been helpers before to get involved.

There is now a print run every week, with order closing each Friday.  Order your leaflets here.

Your regional referendum campaign chair will be notified of the order. They can then notify your local party chair to ensure local co-ordination – to double check helpers aren’t covering the same streets.

I am told that PDF and pageplus files of this leaflets will soon be on the portal for activists who want to use them that way.

* 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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5 Comments

  • Helen Dudden 11th Apr '16 - 10:49am

    I think we should not stay within a system, that does not fulfill the need for justice under the Brussels 11a, on child access and abduction.

    A pro bono produced in 2006 for ECAS, never came to bear fruit. Freshfields had the start of fresh thinking and transparency explained clearly.

    The ability to pay should not be what prevents a parent from a child/children. But then who am I?

  • Tony Dawson 11th Apr '16 - 1:55pm

    I am perplexed by the choices which have been made by those purporting to lead the ‘IN’ campaign. They remind me so much of the arguments put forward by the incredibly-successful ‘AV Yes’. These leaflets are worthy. fine. But will they influence a single ‘swing voter’? Do they enthuse and inspire? I think we all know the answers to these questions.

  • I think Tony has a point. Sure, the StrongerIn website has a very good white paper for campaigners, with “top ten” facts about Europe.

    But we also need to be able to implore people by a mixture of reason and passion, that sure the EU structures aren’t perfect, but we can only improve them from the inside, by working together with the other members to reform step by step, and that standing on the outside of the tent, err “looking” in, isn’t going to help.

    On the street on Saturday, I was unable to win over undecideds by referrring to facts – the undecideds don’t trust facts from either side, whatever the source is.

  • Helen Dudden 11th Apr '16 - 8:47pm

    I feel great sympathy for a great man who had honest, compassionate, ideals to end war in Europe. My feelings, were not only politics ruled his world.

    Those ideas have been lost in the passage of time, no longer viable, and my sadness is for all those who suffered total disrespect.

    I have tried for years to get interest, where there is injustice. This is how things can end when there is no interest in issues that cause distress and loss.

  • Simon Banks 13th Apr '16 - 3:56pm

    We were told the distinctive Liberal Democrat campaign was going to be positive and idealistic. Maybe that’s coming later?

    “That’s why the Liberal Democrats are fighting for Britain to stay in Europe”? Is it really? Odd. They’re not my reasons.

    Also I still don’t understand why local parties, mostly short of money, have to rush to order these things and then the chance is gone. It sounds a bit like a commercial hard sell.

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