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Pro Liberty Social

We've organised a Bonus Libertarian Meetup, hosted by Pro Liberty. This is like the other meetings, but without a speaker. It's a chance to spend a few hours in the company of like-minded people. Pro Liberty will be there and will be discussing strategy and plans. If you want to get involved, or just if you have some ideas, come and join the conversation. There will be no speeches, no collection tin, no membership forms and certainly no whiteboards and Post-It notes. Alternatively, if you just fancy a few drinks, and some putting the world to rights, that will be going on too.

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  • Bob L.

    I regard a party as a school and pulpit and a cheap way of gaining media attention. Broadcasters are lazy and once you are on their books as party or organised movement then they come to you for easy copy or comment: written, audial, and televised. We are then useful to pack out a studio audience or fill a space in a panel.

    November 23, 2012

  • Simon G.

    great to see the enthusiasm for action

    November 22, 2012

  • James R.

    Many thanks to all who came. I was skeptical beforehand whether there would be enough people, with enough ideas, and enough drive to want to make things happen. I was delighted to be proven soundly wrong. A great evening - and hopefully just the start of something big.

    November 22, 2012

  • Simon G.

    Who has left their bag at the pub?

    November 21, 2012

  • Priya

    Oh dear, it looks like I'll be very late! I hope to walk in to an excellent discussion!

    November 21, 2012

  • James R.

    How/whether we work with the two other Libertarian Parties will no doubt be part of the conversation. The two parties are:
    * The Independent Libertarian Network - which is not a structured party per se, more of a brand under which Independents who are libertarians can stand for election.
    * The Libertarian Party UK - Much trouble last year with accusations, allegations and a major falling out.

    There is also the Scottish Libertarians, although they have not formally registered their party yet.

    Not forgetting the Georgist Young People's Party.

    However, I'd rather spend the majority of the time talking about what Pro Liberty can do.

    November 16, 2012

  • Arun

    I wouldn't mind a brief overview of current and former libertarian parties in the UK to get the conversation going.

    November 16, 2012

  • Simon G.

    What's wrong with white boards and post-it notes? :-P

    November 8, 2012

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