- Why do we need a “campaign organisation”?
- What does the name “Britain First” mean?
- What does Britain First stand for?
- How does Britain First work?
- Is Britain First connected to a political party?
- Who runs Britain First?
- What is required to be a member?
- Where does the funding come from?
- Where do donations go?
- Does Britain First campaign on local issues?
- Can I suggest a campaign?

Why do we need a “campaign organisation”?
Because political struggles are waged in a variety of ways, hardly ever relying on politics alone. Such an approach is very one dimensional. Other successful movements utilise politics, campaigning, lobbying, legal approaches, civil rights activism, cultural awareness, demonstrations and so on. In Britain, traditionally, the only real vehicle for the advancement of the interests of our own people has been a political party – however, these political parties seem to be failing on a huge scale, leaving our people voiceless. This will now change with the arrival of Britain First.

Famous, and effective, campaign groups include Friends of the Earth (environment), Green Peace (environment), Animal Liberation Front (animal rights), Fathers for Justice (fathers’ rights), Amnesty International (human rights), Outrage (gay rights), Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (nuclear weapons), Stop the War (Iraq/Afghanistan) and the Taxpayers’ Alliance (government spending).

What does the name “Britain First” mean?
Britain First is a patriotic lobbying and campaigning group that defends the interests of our own people in our own country. We chose the name “Britain First” because it symbolizes our commitment to the welfare of our own nation.

What does Britain First stand for?
We believe in promoting British culture, history and heritage. We believe in organising to defend our native civil rights. We believe in standing up for victims of anti-British discrimination. In short, we are a patriotic defence for our people.

How does Britain First work?
Britain First uses the latest technologies and techniques for organising against political correctness and anti-British discrimination. We organise online campaigns, like signing a petition or emailing an MP. We hold demonstrations and conferences to raise awareness on certain issues. Sometimes we organise vast online campaigns utilising our vast army of online cyber activists to exert pressure against newspapers or companies are responsible for politically correct outrages.

Is Britain First connected to a political party?
Britain First is completely independent from any political party. We are driven by a desire to defend our native heritage and protect our people from political correctness and anti-British discrimination.

Who runs Britain First?
Britain First maintains a small un-salaried staff who make day to day decisions and keep things running. But the real leadership will come from Britain First members and supporters who set our agenda and most importantly take the actions that make a difference on behalf of our people.

What is required to be a member?
The only requirement of membership is to take action in defence of our people, as simple as signing a petition, or as complicated as hosting a conference.

Where does the funding come from?
We are an independent not-for-profit organisation and do not accept money from government, political parties or big business. We are fully funded by donations given by individual members and supporters.

Where do donations go?
Britain First keeps costs low by maintaining a small staff so the majority of donations can fund campaigns. We rely on donations from individuals to help pay for the technology, the research and the equipment we need to organise campaigns on behalf of our beleaguered people.

Does Britain First campaign on local issues?
Yes. Britain First campaigns on both local and national issues. If you have a campaign suggestion we would love to hear it. Please click on the “campaign ideas” link in the footer below.

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