Croydon Constitutionalists

Bringing Classical Liberalism to South London

Free Speech event My tuppenceworth - Tuesday 19th November

The Croydon Constitutionalists are hosting a Free Speech event on Tuesday 19th November at the South Croydon Conservative Club.

You are the star!
Your opportunity to speak to those assembled on an issue that really matters to you and give your tuppenceworth. 

Each speaker will have up to 3 minutes to speak about an issue dear to their heart, followed by a short Q&A.  The evening will include a drinks break.

This is a non-partisan event, and with the election on we ask you to speak about ideas not political parties.

Come prepared or do off the cuff, this is your opportunity to exercise some free speech, but we do remind you the laws of slander still apply!

If you would like to speak please register by emailing

7pm for drinks and sharp 7:30pm start.
South Croydon Conservative Club. 60 Selsdon Road. South Croydon. CR2 6PE.
Podcast Episode 13 – Elections Galore! General Election and more.

Special thanks to Tim Duce for our new intro and outro music on our new and future Podcasts.

We discuss the upcoming General Election and the recent By-Election in Fairfield ward.

Mike provides an update on the campaign for a Democratically Elected Mayor for Croydon and we discuss our upcoming free speech event “My Tuppenceworth“.

We mention this interesting review of the Fairfield By-Election -

Download on
November – Democracy Month.

With another deadline to leave the EU missed, and a General Election that many of our politicians were too frit to hold, the Croydon Constitutionalists marked November as Democracy Month -

Each day on our Twitter and Facebook accounts we are publishing new stories looking at the history, quotes, forms of democracy and why we need to keep it.

Please follow retweet and repost.
Sputnik Radio Interview – Labour’s Economic Policy ‘Farcical’ – Croydon Constitutionalists Member.

Michael Swadling of the Croydon Constitutionalists spoke again with Sputnik Radio on the 7th November 2019 about the upcoming general election.

In 1997, Labour became electable because Tony Blair put out a positive message, and he put out an aspirational message, going back to the 1960’s.That’s how Wilson got elected, he talked about technology and the future of Britain..... and the modern Labour Party just looks like an unhappy party. Why would anybody vote for that?”  - Mike Swadling

Full article and Audio

Please send us your feedback on any of our interviews, articles or podcasts. 

Come along on the 19th November and let us know if you want to speak.


Dan Heaton & Mike Swadling
Croydon Constitutionalists

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