I've sketched out a couple of ideas for flyers for the Cambridge group to use on street stalls during the (likely) general election campaign in April.
It looks as though we're on safe ground distributing something like this provided it doesn't mention a specific candidate or party.
We can get double-sided flyers printed for about the same cost as single-sided. It's noticeable that telling people they'd have to pay for an ID card reduces public support, so here's one idea for the eye-catching side of the flyer:
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/ajwatson/n ... /IDtax.pdf
Another idea is to stress law-and-order:
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/ajwatson/n ... /Which.pdf
For the other side, here are two variations on the same theme - the only difference is one uses red for emphasis:
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/ajwatson/n ... Front1.pdf
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/ajwatson/n ... Front2.pdf
Comments? Better designs? All ideas welcomed.
None of these designs is Cambridge-specific - if we put a national "published by" address at the bottom of a flyer we could print 50,000 fairly cheaply (£600?) and other local groups could use them too.