2. Our Main National Ideas.
3. The Summary.
4. Local Communities.
5. Local Transport.
6. Working with Local Public Services.
7. Local Young People.
8. Local Feedback.
9. Local Older People.
10.Discrimination and Rights.
15.Contact and Other Manifesto Versions.
Note: There are also large picture inserts throughout the
NSDP are first and Cambridge. We hope to undivided attention it
foremost, a party that be standing for the next deserves while other
cares about all the local election after 2017- parties will be far more
people in this country, a long time away, but concerned about national
and as an extension of this will give us time to issues.
that, the Earth. Using build up resources,
How many times has the
green politics, support and push our
Labour or Conservative
progressivism, and social manifesto so it can beat
headline news been
democracy, we would all other local policies
about a new cycling
like to develop this from rival parties.
route, or Cambridge
growing nation- fostering
As Cambridge is United community
therefore our number outreach?
and the natural world.
one priority, we will be
So please- support us,
Initially we would like to able to give it the
help us, and we will
expand out of
expand and develop.
Then sooner than you
we will be standing for our number
know it, you will be able
to vote for us.
Thank you and I hope
you find that this
manifesto meets all your
needs and expectations.
ISAAC TURNER LEADER
CAITLIN GOREING DEPUTY LEADER
SOFIA DOYLE DEPUTY LEADER
Our Main National Ideas
-An economy that is -Looking into alternative
mixed, consisting of forms of energy and
privately owned and creating new laws to
publicly owned combat global warming.
education systems. -A progressive policy in
society, accepting and
-A strong system to developing (rather than
support the fight shunning) new or current
against poverty, phenomenon such as
unemployment and immigration and fair
other key issues in the trade, and advocating
area of social security. justice.
-Private companies -Progressive ideas to
should allow their reform and advance our
workers to have rights, country, to bring out the
and listen/work best in our resources and
alongside unions. improve global
Communities Transport Public Services
1. Postcode 1. Cycling 1. School Psychologists
Communities Campaign 2. Backing Police
2. Safer Houses 2. Road Safety Services
3. Prosperous Wards 3. More Local 3. Increasing Local
Rail Links Patrols
Young People Feedback Older People
1. Young Discoverer 1. Different Feedback 1. No Discrimination
Nurseries Formats 2. No Cold Winter
2. More Teenage 2. Children Getting Nights
Facilities Involved 3. No Loneliness
3. Channelling Potential 3. Easy Access Data
Discrimination and Rights Education Environment
1. Championing Human 1. Freedom To Teach 1. Allotments
Rights 2. Student Mentoring 2. Working With
2. Encouraging 3. Community Experts
Awareness Involvement 3. A Self-Sufficient
3. Support For Everyone Future
• Progressive Policies
• Social Democracy
• Green Politics
Gone are the days when we will be encouraged to sort people, but if we put the
think it is safe to leave the out local problems such as scheme in place you will not
front door unlocked at litter and youth crime. be forced to take part, so it
night. The fact that local Events can also be planned is entirely upon your terms
communities have to attract people to your as a citizen of Cambridge.
diminished in strength over area which will make it Our party is not only
the last thirty years is more highly regarded and backing the fight for
unfortunate, and one of our affluent, and community individual rights and
pledges as your voted party projects like allotments. happiness. We want more
would be to once again The most successful part of than that. We want you all,
develop the idea of this idea is that it is virtually as a collective group of
‘Postcode Communities’, costless, and all that are people, to be part of a better
small partnerships with required are dedication, society.
neighbours that will make support and enthusiasm. It
your area safer, happier, and is a way of returning power
stronger. to the
We are in some ways, a comes with the added
lucky city concerning benefit of slower journey
congestion compared to times through the city centre
other areas of Britain. Traffic as parking can be forgotten
jams are only seen during and shortcuts can be used.
rush hour in many parts of Finally, we also want to
Cambridge, and this is highlight road safety, and
helped by the fact that this will be a two-pronged
thousands of our residents scheme. Schools, colleges
are keen cyclists. and youth centers will be
Therefore, the first of our given educational resources
proposed transport changes to show students just how
is not to change the roads, dangerous playing on the
but the rail. We would like road can be, including those
to connect the main railway who have cars.
to wards including Barnwell Additionally, we will
and Chesterton, and this regularly visit the A14 to
will decrease road campaign for safer speed
congestion as well as limits and pedestrian/cyclist
reducing pollution. footpaths.
Secondly, we will back a
cycling campaign to get
more people off their car
seats and onto their bikes.
Cycling is a quick and easy
way to travel, and it
Working with Local
Another way that If voted in, we would make
Cambridge is a lucky city- it our utmost priority to take
our crime rates are very vital steps to build up the
much below the average for emotional support received
the UK. Our police have by children. A child
never come under the psychologist will be
immense scrutiny that forces strongly suggested for each
experience in other primary and secondary
constituencies, and for this school in Cambridge, and all
we can be thankful as it CAP Sixth Forms. The
suggests a working and psychologist will work with
reliable selection of law the school nurse and welfare
enforcers. If elected, we staff to ensure all students
would like to pass on your have piece of mind, both at
messages to the policing school and at home. For
force directly, and work older people, we would like
with them towards a safer to re-enforce our
society. communities policy to help
The one thing we will you find an active
change is to create more neighbourhood society to
neighbourhood patrols to engage and make a
make where you live a safer difference in, no matter
place, as older people and what you think or feel. For
victims of local crime are more information, please
regularly requesting such turn to the ‘Local Older
services. People’ section.
Local Young People
We would like to ensure that all children not yet in
primary school have a proper head start on the
work set by the national curriculum, but also
accept that many parents feel it is unreasonable to
pressure their offspring into education too early
Therefore, we will campaign for funding to put
our ‘Young Discoverer’ scheme. This will follow
the more relaxed and natural style of teaching
known in Steiner schools, and is a more relaxed
alternative to the work set by a lot of nurseries.
Children will be gradually introduced to the
For older children, independence is becoming natural and urban worlds, and will be encouraged
increasingly important as they strive to discover their to interact with other humans and thought-
own personality, values and opinions. Part of this provoking objects or materials. It prepares them
process is engaging in culture- both passively, watchingfor government education, but also allows them to
famous singers and dancers for example, and actively- be free and explore life around them before
taking part in clubs and societies. serious education begins. We propose that this
So why is it that we find so many teenagers wandering should be integrated into 25% of current nurseries,
the streets during the day? as well as using current rentable structures to
A recent focus group survey revealed that youth create a further three to five Young Discoverer
culture has progressed since 2000, but the government Nurseries, as demand wavers.
has ‘failed to catch up’. We want that to change.
New musical recording studios and night-out options
will be made available for the 10-17 age bracket, and
sporting, academic and creative clubs in places such as
schools, religious buildings and youth centres will
receive additional support to promote and improve Younge
their environment and facilities.
This way, we can not only give children something to
do with their spare time, but we can make it count
towards their futures. Older Children n
We don’t believe in typical feedback.
Gone are the days when parties should
expect the electorate to do the legwork,
filling in dull forms such as the one on the
left. We think feedback should be en
mass, and fed back to the public so you
know where we are succeeding, and
where we need to improve.
In addition to easy-access data, we will
also come to your house, or you can visit
us, and discuss local issues that affect you
directly like house rent, transport and
Younger people will also be encouraged
to actively engage in city affairs, as we
think there should be no age limit when
trying to make your society a better place
to live. Schools will be presented with
resources to help pupils make a stand
about topics they care about, via letter,
poster, or even a film. The bigger the
shout, the more we will be able to hear it.
We want to work with you,
not for you.
The policies on the left are three things
that matter most to us when we think of
how we can improve the lives of older
Firstly, discrimination against older
people, either slanderous in the streets or DISCRIMINATION.
in a workplace environment, needs to
stop. You have helped to fight in wars
and saved hundreds of lives, or
supported our society over an incredibly
long period of time. We plan to launch a
potentially national campaign in
conjunction with the current government
to tackle this problem. People need to
stop. People need to stop now. COLD WINTER
Secondly, we want to ensure that all older
people are warm and secure when going NIGHTS.
to sleep during winter. A lack of food or
warmth should not be a problem for you.
For those who are deemed to be
undersupplied in these two crucial areas
we will fight for funding to become
Finally, if you have lost a loved one or
moved from Cambridge from far away, LONELINESS.
you may be finding it hard to make
friends and engage in communities
especially if an illness prevents you from
travelling very far. We want to make sure
everyone is happy, and involved in the
future of Cambridge regardless of age.
Please look at our ‘Local Communities’
page for more information.
Discrimination & Rights
We support the pledge that regardless of
any minority, whether it is sexual, ethnic,
or otherwise, people should be allowed to
have the same rights to support, work
and engage in our diverse society as any
In order to make sure this happens; we
will not only carry forward the typical
promise to raise awareness, but also make
sure those who are discriminated against
know how to deal with the pressures.
Information packs will be readily
available informing citizens about the
help they can find, from having someone
to tell their worries, to reporting a serious
There is no reason why even one person
should suffer from discrimination. See the
extract from the Human Rights
Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration,
without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion,
political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.
Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political,
jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person
belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other
limitation of sovereignty.
Finding it fishy.
-Action in Parliament:
1. Give teachers and head teachers more power and freedom to teach as
well as regulating classroom behaviour. A ‘standard curriculum’
rather than a ‘national curriculum’.
2. -‘Nice and Fed, Sport and Bed’ scheme for primary school children
which will encourage healthy eating, fitness and a long sleep every
night. We will use local celebrities as positive role models.
5. Mentoring between Primary-Secondary students and Secondary-
College students for students to gain skills in leadership,
independence, educating which employers will value.
6. Feedback system for students to say what they want their school to
give them via our online feedback project (see ‘Local Feedback’).
7. Start Pupil’s Voices to encourage students to have a say in their own
school/college by increasing the power of the student council.
8. Start Parent’s Voices to encourage parents to engage in their child’s
educational community. This will allow parents and teachers to liaise
and improve the overall standard of each school/college.
We fully support green policies as one of
our three main ideologies. As you have
read through this manifesto you will
hopefully have noticed how many of the
other sections have strong links to a self-
sufficient, workable and economically
sound environmental infrastructure- the
low-pollution train service for example.
Another environmental point briefly
touched upon in our ‘Local Communities’
section was that of allotments. Not only
do they save you money, they also allow
us to support local businesses as it means
you will be buying less fruit and
vegetables from chain stores, and it will
reduce the air miles that are created when
produce is shipped in from abroad. We
plan, if elected, to launch a local
campaign to encourage the growth of
your own food, as they did in the Second
World War with great success.
Our other main promise will be to
connect with Transition Towns, a
movement in Cambridge that deals with
issues such as alternative energy
production methods and a vision of a
mostly self-sufficient society. By
transferring these visions into our own
manifesto we can work with their
experienced experts to foster
environmental communities all over
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Initially, gain voters from
Cambridge wards and have
increasing political influence and
When we are the parliamentary
representative party from
Cambridge, we will consider
expanding out into East Anglia.
We will target seats in
Cambridgeshire, and further
Our long term aim is to become
the fourth largest political party
in Britain. We will follow the aim
through with a mixture of loyalty
to constituents, quick and
popular action on key issues,
increasing national support, and
enthusiasm to implement our
ideals on a national and global
Cambridge is the start of
something much, much better-
A better society.
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