Monthly Archives: April 2013

J4MB announces its first prospective parliamentary candidate for the 2015 general election

We’ve given the influential American MHR website ‘A Voice for Men’ an exclusive on the first prospective parliamentary candidate J4MB has selected for 2015, someone who contested the same parliamentary seat in 2010 for his own political party: http://www.avoiceformen.com/mens-rights/justice-for-men-and-boys-party-arrives/ We wish him well. … Continue reading

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Facebook

I’m on a roll social media-wise. Having established a Twitter account a few days ago, I’ve just set up a Facebook page with considerable support from a London-based MHRA, Richard Ford, who rejoices in the nickname ‘Black Fedora’. His two … Continue reading

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Twitter

People keep telling me I have to be on Twitter. I’ve finally succumbed to the pressure and set up an account, so if enough people ‘follow’ me – @MikeBuchanan11 – I’ll start tweeting and see if it’s a good investment … Continue reading

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Prospective parliamentary candidates sought for the 2015 general election

Our political party Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them) plans to contest the top 30 Conservative marginal seats at the next general election, scheduled to take place in May 2015. We’ve contacted local papers in … Continue reading

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‘Women on Boards’: latest annual report

This morning the government published its second annual review on ‘Women on Boards’: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/182602/bis-13-p135-women-on-boards-2013.pdf Soon after the Conservative-led coalition came to power in May 2010, David Cameron appointed the Labour peer Lord Davies of Abersoch to report on how (not … Continue reading

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Margaret Thatcher

I didn’t catch David Cameron’s speech about our recently deceased former prime minister Margaret Thatcher this afternoon in the House of Common, but a supporter and generous donor, Gladys, emailed me the following: David Cameron, in a speech in the House of Commons … Continue reading

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An update, an invitation, an appeal

Good afternoon. I’ve appeared on ten radio programmes in the past four weeks, nine of them BBC radio programmes, the latest being Woman’s Hour. Public consciousness about the discriminations and disadvantages faced by men and boys in modern Britain is … Continue reading

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