Backing Blair – funding update

Posted by Tim Ireland at 25 February 2005

Category: UK General Election 2005

This entry was posted on
Friday, February 25th, 2005
at
9:30 am and is filed
under UK General Election 2005.

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls… it would appear that we now have the funds required to get our first mobile billboard on the streets.

:o)

There will be a short delay whilst we arrange and finalise the first transfer of Paypal funds to our bank account. We can then write cheques using our brand new chequebook (that arrived in the post yesterday).

Thank you to everyone who gave so generously.

UPDATE – You may find this interesting. The forces we expect to do battle with appear to be greatly reduced in number…

Returning Officer – The Disappearing Labour Party








4 Comments

  1. Robin Grant says

    Now it gets interesting…:)

  2. Manic says

    In-deed. I’ve heard that UKIP’s mobile billboard did many, many laps of Westminster SQ before finally getting pulled over. I’ll work to find out exactly how many laps it was so we can try to better the record… before swiftly moving on to other past of London.:o)PS – If anybody has any ideas or requests for route/coverage (so we reach lots of peeps, pass by a suitable location, or even just so you can see the truck go past your place of work) then do drop me a line.

  3. Nosemonkey says

    How about:ITN, 200 Gray’s Inn Rd, London, WC1X 8XZBBC Radio, Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AABBC Television Centre, Wood LaneCanary Wharf (newspaper HQ)Regent Street (natch) for the shoppersUp and down High Holborn, Gower Street, Gordon Street and The Strand (to attract the attention of students at LSE, UCL and Kings)Buck house (round and round the Victoria memorial – loads of tourists and the like, plus probably some news teams still blathering on about Charles and Camilla)That should be enough for one day…

  4. Manic says

    Add Trafalgar Square to that and I think we just about have a final list. Cheers mate.:o)

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