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Croydon Constitutionalists

Bringing Classical Liberalism to South London

More to keep you busy during lockdown

A quick reminder we have our first virtual meet-up on Wednesday 15th April.  Details below, join us if you can.  We have also released another Podcast.  This time we speak with Foundation Party Leader and Croydon Vote Leave campaigner Chris Mendes.  Finally we have a more positive article on the Covid-19 crisis, looking at how we recover from the current period.

Virtual meet-up

Our first online meet-up is on Wednesday 15th April from 7pm to 9:30pm.  The event will be hosted using GoToMeeting which you can access from your computer at https://www.gotomeet.me/CroydonConstitutionalists.  Standard video conferencing you will need a microphone and camera, we will ask you to be on video so we can verify people.  If you have a laptop you can just use the built in camera and microphone that most modern laptops will have.
 
To join us for a chat, simply join at any point between those times on the 15th.  All we ask is you bring your own drink!
 
Wednesday 15th April from 7pm to 9:30pm
Join us at https://www.gotomeet.me/CroydonConstitutionalists.

New Podcast with guest Chris Mendes

We are joined by Chris Mendes, the leader of the Foundation Party, as we discuss the ongoing COVID 19 Lockdown and the Shadow Cabinet appointments. We then chat with Chris about his experiences as a political campaigner, what led to the creation of the Foundation Party and their future plans. Podcast:

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How do we recover? – Some ideas for the post Covid Britain.
Mike Swadling writes about what might be changed in the post Covid Britain and how the government might best respond to help rebuild our economy.

“Build toll roads, railways, bridges, ports funded by and with profits to the private sector.  As a result of private risk taking, better more effective projects are likely to be chosen”

“It would be sensible for the government to make the capital spend on creating and possibly warehousing a significantly increased surge capacity in ICU equipment.  The equipment won’t be needed immediately, and can be placed on a longer procurement timeline with British businesses thereby securing many jobs”

Full article - http://croydonconstitutionalists.uk/how-do-we-recover-some-ideas-for-the-post-covid-britain/

We hope to see you online on the 15th April.

Please get in touch if you would like to write for us and stay safe.

Yours

Dan Heaton & Mike Swadling

Croydon Constitutionalists

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