working to end inequality & injustice
IF YOU WANT:
· a say in every government decision:
>MPs seek all constituents' views on all decisions
>society shaping society through online voting*)
· a fairer distribution of wealth:
>raise lower level incomes by introducing statutes decreeing that no one can earn more than six times that of another
>a good standard of living for everyone
>end to child and pensioner poverty
· a new dispensation introduced for abuse against children – all assets and a percentage of all future earnings of a child abuser will be entered into a trust fund to provide support for victims
· bankers to pay for their crime in money & time
· an nhs that is staffed properly and run efficiently
>remove million GBP salaries for Trust Chief Executives (often poor functioning)
· a government that is not run by millionaires, that is more representative of the majority of the electorate
FED UP OF THIS?
THEN HELP US PUT AN END TO IT
WE BELIEVE THERE IS ENOUGH WEALTH TO ALLOW EVERYONE A COMFORTABLE STANDARD OF LIVING- it is in that spirit that we want justice and equality for all
IF YOU BELIEVE IN EQUALITY, VOTE FOR EQUALITY
IT CAN SEEM IMPOSSIBLE TO CHANGE THE CURRENT UNFAIR SYSTEM BUT TOGETHER WE CAN
YOU HAVE THE POWER TO CREATE EQUALITY
We need YOU:
to help build this party and spread the word
to help formulate and evaluate policies that reflect equality and justice for all
to stand for election and stand for equality
The unfairness and inequality in paying some occupations a much smaller salary than others:
> Does this mean some people deserve a lower standard of living conditions than others? If so, what are we saying... are they less human? Have they less need for comfort or holidays?
> Is social mobility an option for them if they want a better quality of living? Perhaps not all - what of those who lack the intellect, skills, circumstances, opportunities etc to move up the social ladder.
* for those who do not want to or cannot vote online, voting in person can be done in community facilities such as community centres/libraries/post office etc. and for those who do not have access to a computer but would like to vote online, they will be able to vote free of charge at local libraries.