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Our members come from all aspects of the political spectrum and together we believe in the traditional values of debate, compromise and tolerance to try and make our country a better place, as well as highlighting injustices and educating citizens to help them understand their fundamental right

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Towards an Alternative Economic Strategy

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Authored by Roger Hill with multiple contributions from members of the National Economic Forum, the document is our primary step into approaching economic problems from an alternative view to that currently laid out by the mainstream political parties.

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