The party defines itself by the five core policies. So that members and non-members clearly understand what the party stands for, these cannot be changed. At present they are principles the details of which will be decided according to the party constitution
All other policies will be decided according to the constitution
Below is a provisional list of headings for the Mani-festo each with a link to a page
That page contains provisional ideas for discussion.
Read this, as work in progress. Only DRP paid up members can comment and so if you want to have your say:
Constitutional Court Supreme Court
Functions of Government Public Services Board Monetary Policy Board
National planning strategies
Coordination of regions
ISSUES DISCUSSED IN THE NEWSLETTERS NOT LINKED TO THE MANIFESTO
British Republican History
These are just a few of the great men and women who have made republicanism and
such an intergral part of our history
2.Are We the New Whigs?
Everyone today has heard of the Tories and knows what they stand for.
Everyone has also heard of the Whigs, but very few know what they stood for.
The Whigs and the Torys were always bitter enemies and that emnity is a vital part of British history.
The virtues of the British state - which are many - were largely created by the Whigs.
The neoliberal agenda that still dominates all main parties today
The period of Margaret Thatcher's prime ministership from 1979 to 1989 was a period of radical change. When admirers of her, which includes all major current politicians, speak of her they only refer to her personality - rarely her policies. Here we catalogue the tragic effects Thatcherism had on our nation.
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