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Anita Redmond
(@anita-redmond)
MP for North Somerset
Joined: 5 months ago
Posts: 58
19/03/2019 10:09 pm  

Billboard:

 

Rt. Hon. Anita Redmond MP
Conservative Member of Parliament for North Somerset
Shadow Education Secretary
Shadow Minister for Women & Equalities

Former Home Secretary (2014)
Total Experience: 65
Parliamentary: Novice (25)
Media: Novice (29)
Policy: Unknown (11)


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Bertie
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Anthony B.C. Wilson MP
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Posts: 89
19/03/2019 10:31 pm  

Flood Defences Billboard

Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson, MP for Darlington.
Parliamentary: 11
Media: 24
Policy: 6


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Bertie
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Anthony B.C. Wilson MP
Joined: 5 months ago
Posts: 89
19/03/2019 10:33 pm  

Schools Billboard

Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson, MP for Darlington.
Parliamentary: 11
Media: 24
Policy: 6


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Bertie
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Anthony B.C. Wilson MP
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Posts: 89
19/03/2019 10:33 pm  

Hospitals Billboard

Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson, MP for Darlington.
Parliamentary: 11
Media: 24
Policy: 6


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General Goose
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Member
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Posts: 283
19/03/2019 10:38 pm  

National leaflet #1 - £300,000

The first side of the leaflet has a landscape table, of three columns (named Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat) and various rows, with the title COMPARING MANIFESTOS. On the left side of the title, there are pictures of Dylan Macmillan and Ari Suchet both looking befuddled in muted colours, while on the right of the title, a photo of Meredith Hansen-Charles and Graham Adiputera confidently presenting the Liberal Democrat manifesto in brighter colours.

Each row gives the content of the respective manifestos on the given topic (with column splits indicated here by semi-colons). The first few rows simply have ticks and crosses, while the last couple go into more detail.

Flooding Strategy - Cross; Tick; Tick

Mental Health Strategy - Cross; Tick; Tick

Tax Evasion - Tick; Cross; Tick

Homelessness Strategy - Cross; Cross; Tick

Agriculture and Fisheries Policy - Cross; Cross; Tick

Rural Economy Strategy - Cross; Cross; Tick

Pledge to Protect Post Offices - Cross; Cross; Tick

Industrial Strategy - Cross; Cross; Tick

Syria Policy - Cross; Cross; Tick

Ukraine Policy - Cross; Cross; Tick

Comprehensive Climate Change Plan - Cross; Cross; Tick

Support for those with Disabilities - Cross; Cross; Tick

Money for the NHS - £10 billion over five years; £7 billion in Year 1 But No Fully Fledged Promises After That; £6 billion and growing every year, fully paid for

Homebuilding - Promises Fewer Houses Per Year Than We’re Currently Building; No Overall Homebuilding Strategy; Will Aim For 300,000 Per Year And Get Government to Make Up the Shortfall

 

At the bottom of the page, in large text, is ONLY ONE PARTY HAS A PLAN FOR THE SERIOUS ISSUES FACING OUR COUNTRY - THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS. There is also, in smaller print, a note saying “Sourced from the three Manifestos”

On the other side of the leaflet is a page designed in a portrait style. The header indicates that this is a Liberal Democrat FOCUS leaflet, and the largest picture will be of MHC with the local candidate and activists. Space exists on the side for the local party to include a short local story and, if it is wise, a bar chart of 2010 results showing how the Lib Dems are well-placed to win or hold the seat. If the local party does not use that space, it is taken up by further pictures, including one of the local candidate with Graham Adiputera. At the bottom of the page there is both the legally required text and a form that can be cut out, allowing the recipient to get in touch with the candidate, either to discuss issues, to request GOTV support, or to offer support.

The bulk of this page of the leaflet is taken up with a short letter by MHC, with the heading A CHANCE TO CHANGE POLITICS ON APRIL 10:

“Hello,

I am writing to you today because I am pleased to endorse [Candidate Name Here] - the brilliant local candidate for your area in the general election on April 10. A steadfast and dedicated campaigner for political reform and social justice, they will be a strong voice for [constituency name] in Parliament, standing up for your needs and interests even if the two big parties stand by and shrug.

We have a brilliant opportunity to change politics here, to force politicians to truly care about liberty and individual opportunity, to hold them to the highest standards of ethical conduct and honesty, and by voting for candidates such as [candidate name here] we can seize that opportunity together.

The Conservatives and Labour have repeatedly taken power for granted, acting as if they are entitled to millions of votes and dozens of seats. This sorry state of affairs reached its peak this election, with two sorry manifestos that left out many highly important issues - and mangled the issues they did tackle. Did you know, for instance, that the Conservative homebuilding pledge will be met even if current annual rates of homebuilding halves? That’s not good enough. That’s worse than the status quo.

And the leaders provide no leadership. Dylan Macmillan has, for example, flip-flopped on political reform, going from supporter to opponent, in the course of a few months, abandoning the issue the moment it became politically inconvenient. Ari Suchet, meanwhile, shows no grace or kindness to those who disagree with her. When a political opponent died, she publicly said “who cares?” That’s not good enough. These people need to be held to account. The Liberal Democrats will do that.

It is the Liberal Democrats who are providing ideas and confronting problems head-on. We are the ones providing true leadership, accepting the duty politicians have to put country before party.

I hope we can count on your support,

Meredith Hansen-Charles”

 

National leaflet #2 - £300,000

On one side of the leaflet, there is a large portrait photo of the local candidate, with local activists, flanked by Meredith Hansen-Charles and Graham Adiputera. There are options for the local party to include text boxes or further photos on the side, as well as a space for bar charts to make the argument that the Lib Dems can win here but certain other parties cannot. The candidate, Hansen-Charles and Adiputera are all holding copies of the manifesto, with the words “SECURING BRITAIN’S FUTURE” and “VOTE [CANDIDATE NAME] ON 10 APRIL” at the bottom, the large text in official Lib Dem colour.

On the other side, there are the same options for the local party to include text boxes or further photos on the side, as well as a space for bar charts to make the argument that the Lib Dems can win here but certain other parties cannot. There is also, at the bottom, both the legally required text and a form that can be cut out, allowing the recipient to get in touch with the candidate, either to discuss issues, to request GOTV support, or to offer support.

The bulk of the second page, flanked by pictures of both MHC and the local candidate meeting with voters and activists, is filled up with this message to voters, that reads as follows:

“LIBERAL DEMOCRATS - A RECORD OF DELIVERY AND A PROMISE TO VOTERS

Dear voter,

Residents of [constituency name] need a strong local voice for them in Parliament, and it would be my honour to provide you with that voice. As your MP, I would be an unwavering advocate for the needs and interests of [constituency name], fighting for the local economy and to protect local services.

This election, we are told that we face a choice, between a divided Labour party and a scandal-tarred Conservative party, between economic recklessness on one hand and callous disregard for those left behind on the other. Neither choice offers much change in the way of how politics is done. The truth is, there is a third option available. The Liberal Democrats have a bold and visionary economic policy, that will get the deficit under control while making necessary investments in our future, that will share both the burdens and opportunities of economic reforms fairly, that will allow all regions of the country to prosper and all individuals the opportunity to succeed.

In government, we have made some tough choices, and we acknowledge that some Conservative-led policies need to be reviewed and adjusted. However, we have:

  • Raised the tax-free personal allowance (don’t believe the Tories when they say they did this)
  • Introduced a pupil premium to give every child the resources and support they need
  • Fought for civil liberties, equal rights, and returning power to the people wherever possible
  • Created the world’s first Green Investment Bank and made dramatic investments in the green economy
  • Introduced the pension triple lock, ensuring pensions rise comfortably year after year

With your support, we can:

  • Embark on an ambitious platform of political reform - including an elected upper chamber, a register of lobbyists, an end to big money in politics, votes at 16, and proportional representation that makes politicians work for your vote
  • Provide an immediate £6 billion per year, and growing, cash infusion in the NHS and social care, and continue our work to integrate health and social care and take mental health seriously
  • End the public sector pay cap, increase the tax-free personal allowance, and build 300,000 homes per year.
  • Embark on a bold new economic strategy that will see the deficit fall, debt get under control, and new investments in helping small and medium businesses thrive.

Check at our manifesto at [insert tinyurl here] and please get in touch if you’d like to discuss how it would help you and others in [constituency name].

Thank you,

[candidate name]”

 

National billboard #1 - £400,000

A picture of Ari Suchet, looking angry and intolerant, probably taken from one of her press conferences, in grey and muted colours, dominates the left side of the billboard. On the right, against a black background, bright white text, with the second line the biggest:

LABOUR’S ARI SUCHET WHEN A POLITICAL OPPONENT DIED:

“WHOOPS, WHO CARES?”

THE TORIES AREN’T THE ONLY NASTY PARTY.

VOTE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT ON 10 APRIL FOR TRUE COMPASSION.

Legal text, and information on volunteering and donating, at the bottom - only legible to those on foot, however.

National billboard #2 - £400,000

Two pictures, split in half by the text, the left picture being a disorganised pile of flip-flops, the right picture being of Dylan Macmillan in muted colours looking confused looking at the flip-flops. Dark blue text stands out against the white background.

THE EU, POLITICAL REFORM, PUBLIC SECTOR PAY, EDUCATION, LEGAL AID…

THE LIST GOES ON.

THE TORIES HAVE MORE FLIP-FLOPS THAN A BEACH.

VOTE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT ON 10 APRIL.

Legal text, and information on volunteering and donating, at the bottom - only legible to those on foot, however.

National billboard #3 - £400,000

On the left hand side of the screen, dark red tinted pictures of Ari Suchet, Tony Blair, and Gordon Brown - on the right, dark blue tinted pictures of Dylan Macmillan, Harold Saxon, and Mary Cambel. In the middle, smiling pictures of Meredith Hansen-Charles and Graham Adiputera with other Lib Dem MPs and activists.

Above the pictures, the words “REJECT THE EXTREMES - ANOTHER WAY IS POSSIBLE”.

Beneath the picture, the words “VOTE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT ON 10 APRIL TO CHANGE OUR POLITICS AND SECURE BRITAIN’S FUTURE.”

Legal text, and information on volunteering and donating, at the bottom - only legible to those on foot, however.

National billboard #4 - £400,000

The billboard shows two pensioners looking at their tax bills, happy that it has gone down. The text reads:

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS INTRODUCED A PENSION TRIPLE LOCK - ENSURING PENSIONS GO UP SUBSTANTIALLY EVERY YEAR - AND INCREASED THE TAX FREE PERSONAL ALLOWANCE

THE TORIES KEEP ON MENTIONING THIS AS AMONG THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS - BUT IT WASN’T THEIR IDEA

VOTE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT 10 APRIL FOR TRUE LEADERSHIP

Legal text, and information on volunteering and donating, at the bottom - only legible to those on foot, however.

Graham Adiputera (Lib Dem - Sutton and Cheam)
Deputy Prime Minister
Secretary of State for Education and Employment
Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Climate Change
Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Technology

Parliamentary - 36
Media - 51
Policy - 46


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Anita Redmond
(@anita-redmond)
MP for North Somerset
Joined: 5 months ago
Posts: 58
19/03/2019 10:40 pm  

Billboard

 

Rt. Hon. Anita Redmond MP
Conservative Member of Parliament for North Somerset
Shadow Education Secretary
Shadow Minister for Women & Equalities

Former Home Secretary (2014)
Total Experience: 65
Parliamentary: Novice (25)
Media: Novice (29)
Policy: Unknown (11)


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Bertie
(@tonybcwilson)
Anthony B.C. Wilson MP
Joined: 5 months ago
Posts: 89
19/03/2019 10:51 pm  

National Leaflet (Your candidate changed as per constituency)

Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson, MP for Darlington.
Parliamentary: 11
Media: 24
Policy: 6


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Bertie
(@tonybcwilson)
Anthony B.C. Wilson MP
Joined: 5 months ago
Posts: 89
19/03/2019 11:12 pm  

More Tax-Free Income

Fewer Tax-Free Companies

Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson, MP for Darlington.
Parliamentary: 11
Media: 24
Policy: 6


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Bertie
(@tonybcwilson)
Anthony B.C. Wilson MP
Joined: 5 months ago
Posts: 89
19/03/2019 11:14 pm  

Tory Leader

Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson, MP for Darlington.
Parliamentary: 11
Media: 24
Policy: 6


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Samantha Ryan
(@junkyardcat)
Green
Joined: 5 months ago
Posts: 64
19/03/2019 11:51 pm  

Leaflets (all x1)

(editing to clarify, there's four leaflets, all sent out once)

This post was modified 4 months ago by Samantha Ryan

MP for Brighton Pavilion (2014-Present)


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