A leaflet from Penn Free Methodist Church arguing that “Britain Needs A Clean Break From The EU And To Return To Its Bible-Based Christian Foundations”.
“Britain Needs A Clean Break From The EU And To Return To Its Bible-Based Christian Foundations” #Brexit leaflet April 11, 2019
“Good News On Brexit Progress” – Jacob Rees Mogg Newsapaer March 18, 2018
“Vote Remain” #Brexit leaflet from Irish4Europe June 29, 2016
Leaflet from #Lexit – The Left Leave Campaign June 21, 2016
#Brexit Leaflet from the European Movement Ireland May 12, 2016
Leaflet from “Yes Scotland” September 11, 2014
Two 1970’s leaflets from The SNP September 4, 2014
Leaflet from Anne Murphy -Communist Party of Great Britain- 1994 European Elections London NW May 14, 2013
From “Conservative News Line” March 1989 Margaret Thatcher meeting the Rangers star striker Ally McCoist. April 22, 2013
From the front page of the March 1989 issue of “Conservative News Line” a national paper for Conservative Party members a nice photo of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’enjoying a joke’ with then Rangers star striker and now Rangers manager Ally McCoist.
Leaflet from Winston Churchill- 1950 UK General Election. February 22, 2013
Thought this might be of interest, given that its a nice bit of history. (Its up on ebay at the minute) A 1950 General Election leaflet from Winston Churchill.
Thought this might be of interest.From 1989 a “Say No To The Poll Tax” Leaflet from the SNP.
Though this might be of interest a leaflet from George Galloway running for Respect in the 2012 Bradford West By-Election which he won.
From the mid 80s a pamphlet from Red Wedge “Fact Not Fiction Series” No. 1.
It outlines the priorities of the project which was aimed at Youth. They were training, Unemployment, Allowances, Low Pay, Gay Rights, Housing and Internationalism.
Red Wedge was a collective of artists and musicians who came together in opposition to the Conservative government of Margaret Thatcher. They worked closely with the Labour Party, organising gigs and public meetings in support of their effort to defeat Thatcher in the 1987 election.
Amongst the artists involved were Billy Bragg, The Style Council, The Communards and Jerry Dammers. Others that made guest appearances included Madness, Prefab Sprout, Tom Robinson, Lloyd Cole and The Smiths.