Why be a For Britain member?

There are many reasons why you should join For Britain.

We need to restore basic human rights such as the freedom to speak our minds without fear of being arrested, or the right to equal treatment before the law.

To be able to bring back these important human rights and social goods, For Britain needs to be a powerful voice in British politics.

Being noticed and listened to depends on having human and financial resources and that depends on members and supporters.

The more members we have the more influence, partly because having a large membership reminds the media, the political class and the voters that this is an important party.

As a member you have access to more information, you will be able to become involved in the decision making and in the management of the Party.

As a member, if you volunteer you can be trained as a manager, a promoter, or a live event steward. In these ways you can take part in the restoration of those lost and endangered rights.

As a member you can be as active or passive as you wish, from just helping by paying a monthly amount, to keeping up to date with what the Party is doing, to supporting and sharing on social media, to training to be a Path Manager so that for 1 hour a week you help to run the party via an internet control panel, to writing web pages, editing sections of the website, helping to design the web presence, following media and reporting on it, handling public relations, working on manifestos, running surveys and analysing results, planning campaigns… all this begins with becoming a member.

If you can use a web browser, you can help administer the Party.

As a party our membership is our strength in ideas, skills, ambitions, and efforts.

We need you, and the Nation needs you, join For Britain

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