Monthly Archives: July 2011

Stand up for yourself. What’s stopping you?

© Anonymous9000

The ongoing controversy with LPUK has raised the question of what else we could be doing to move forward towards election victory? There is always the option to engage with the libertarian wing of the Conservatives or Liberal Democrat parties. The number of keen libertarians I met at the recent Adam Smith Institute drinks hints…

The Gang of Four

Zombie Walk by Moggs Oceanlane

Despite an air of secrecy, I am now in a position to name, tentatively, the members of the anti-audit faction who are now claiming legitimacy to run the Libertarian Party and to invite donations: Andrew Withers (who’s work is the subject of the proposed audit, resigned April 2011) Liam Hillman (former regional co-ordinator, resigned May…

Upcoming Freedom Association events

I received an e-mail today announcing the following events: ‘The Westminster Village Pub Quiz’ Date: Tuesday 2nd August Time: 7.00pm Venue: The Old Star Pub, Westminster, SW1H 1DN  If you would like to attend, please register here. Entry will be free of charge for the first 50 competitors. The quiz will start around 7pm, although feel…

LPUK Blogspot revived?

As if things couldn’t get any weirder after Simon’s last post on the matter, the old LPUK blogspot site has now been revived with a notice that was posted Monday 25th July stating the following: For the past three months the Libertarian Party of the United Kingdom has been unable to have a say on…

Hayek edges Keynes to victory

keynes-vs-hayek

Last night’s Hayek vs Keynes debate was a pretty impressive affair. I arrived at the Old Building 15 minutes before kick off and ended up being the last person permitted into the East Building to watch on video link. The long queue of disappointed people behind me had to find alternative entertainment for the evening.…