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£15 - The cost of 1000 campaign leaflets

£50 - Phone calls to a street of voters in a key seat

£100 - Send 250 letters to undecided voters

£250 - The cost of 5000 membership forms

£500 - Send a personalised Birthday card to every 18 year-old in a key constituency

£1000 - Pay for a ward's campaigning in vital elections

£1200 - Entitles you to join the Labour Party's Thousand Club

£50,000,000,000 - Entitles you to bail out one bankrupt financial institution

Watching Gordon Brown stew in his own juice.... PRICELESS

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£15 - The cost of 1000 campaign leaflets

£50 - Phone calls to a street of voters in a key seat

£100 - Send 250 letters to undecided voters

£250 - The cost of 5000 membership forms

£500 - Send a personalised Birthday card to every 18 year-old in a key constituency

£1000 - Pay for a ward's campaigning in vital elections

£1200 - Entitles you to join the Labour Party's Thousand Club

£50,000,000,000 - Entitles you to bail out one bankrupt financial institution

Watching Gordon Brown stew in his own juice.... PRICELESS

How much to buy the misserable old git some new clobber (be-fitting a trip to the coast)?

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Shame there's a minimum donation amount. If they'd missed that off, we could probably have bankrupted them by sending endless 1p donations.

Or we could just wait :)

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"Help us campaign for a fairer Britain"

ROFLMAO... in Spades!

Be fair now Johnny. They clearly need help with that objective.

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Here are a few examples of how your money will make a real difference:

£15 - The cost of 1000 campaign leaflets

£50 - Phone calls to a street of voters in a key seat

£100 - Send 250 letters to undecided voters

£250 - The cost of 5000 membership forms

£500 - Send a personalised Birthday card to every 18 year-old in a key constituency

£1000 - Pay for a ward's campaigning in vital elections

£1200 - Entitles you to join the Labour Party's Thousand Club

£50,000,000,000 - Entitles you to bail out one bankrupt financial institution

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You can smell the desperation. £250 buys 5000 membership forms, like they'r ever going to need that many again. There were over 400,000 members when Blair became PM. The most recent figure I can find is 180,000 and that is more than a year old. They are collapsing as a mass membership party. How many members now, could it be less that 100,000? I would love to think so.

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Jesus and when you think of the money I've wasted clicking on this one www.dec.org.uk when I could have been buying a personalised birthday card for every 18 year old in the area :unsure:

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£250 - The cost of 5000 membership forms......? £500 - Send a personalised Birthday card to every 18 year-old in a key constituency..........?

Why not spend the money on coming up with policies to fix the mess you've got us all into? It's not going to be solved by sending birthday cards and photocopying.

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Haven't they gotten round to the taxpayer funding them yet, mr taxpayer pays for everything else, why not a couple of political parties.

I am still waiting for my Agga oven from him mind you, must be feeling the pinch.

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Haven't they gotten round to the taxpayer funding them yet, mr taxpayer pays for everything else, why not a couple of political parties.

They're not so stupid* as to ask for funding from the public purse. If they implemented a system of paying political parties from the public purse, a lot of people would go out and set up political parties. That's they last thing they want: competition!

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* Yeah I know that sounds like a strange thing to say.

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£15 - The cost of 1000 campaign leaflets

£50 - Phone calls to a street of voters in a key seat

£100 - Send 250 letters to undecided voters

£250 - The cost of 5000 membership forms

£500 - Send a personalised Birthday card to every 18 year-old in a key constituency

£1000 - Pay for a ward's campaigning in vital elections

£1200 - Entitles you to join the Labour Party's Thousand Club

Now compare that to this from the website of Sightsavers

£3 a month could protect 60 villagers from river blindness a month

£5 a month could buy a lens every month which is needed to replace a cataract.

£10 a month could relieve 2 people a month who are suffering from advanced trachoma (a disease that causes your eyelashes to scratch your eyeballs).

£17 a month could restore sight to a cataract sufferer each month.

£20 a month could help run an outreach clinic, bringing urgent eyecare to rural villages.

I know who'd get my money...

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