Category Archives: Libertarian Party
On the 19th May 2011, an ‘emergency’ meeting was called to appoint new members of the NCC and it was to be conducted in a clear open and transparent manner. It was also to be supervised by ‘impartial’ members of … Continue reading
It has long been said that LPUK attracts the nutters, something that I have tried to dismiss over the years but now… well with all the turmoil, the coup and the agitator in chief Malcolm Saunders calling the shots I … Continue reading
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The following is a Press Release on behalf of Andrew Withers. . MISCONDUCT IN PUBLIC OFFICE On March 2nd I received the last of documentation that had been withheld for eighteen months by the private office of the Secretary of … Continue reading
In the ongoing legal dispute with the Department of Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS), Andrew Withers has now been able to force them to deliver documents and internal memo’s that it previously had said ‘just didn’t exist’. In what can … Continue reading
The Department of Business Innovation and Skills, currently headed by Vince Cable has finally caved in and admitted it broke the law in its battle with Libertarian Party Leader Andrew Withers. Andrew issued the following statement this morning: “In another … Continue reading
I have known Andrew Withers since mid 2007, and have had the pleasure of working with him within LPUK since the party was founded in that November, publishing the original press release launching the Party on 1st January 2008 which … Continue reading
To begin I would like to wish everyone a very Happy New Year, along with my profound hopes that 2010 will be a better year in terms of rolling back the state and its influences for everyone.
The maintenance and upgrade work that I had planned over the Christmas period for PJC Journal has now been completed, so this blog will be on air 24/7 for 2010 and will return to the aggressive style of investigative digging, highlighting the massive misuse of power being taken by those in unelected positions… Continue reading
Seeing as Sir Michael White has decided not to write about the Libertarian Party despite the challenge laid down for him, I guess it falls upon myself to undertake an analysis of British politics, and show where the LPUK fits into the mainstream, but most importantly why it was necessary to form the Libertarian Party in the first place. Continue reading
News Release The UK Libertarian Party today condemned the Labour government's proposals to introduce ID cards through a “soft sell”. Party Leader, Patrick Vessey, said, “Both ID cards and the accompanying database fundamentally change the relationship between individuals and the … Continue reading