In pursuing our objectives, the Nuclear Deterrent Campaign will work in a variety of different ways over the coming months and years, providing a number of services.
One aspect of our duties shall be conveying the benefits of our deterrent to the general public through a number of avenues, including but not limited to the following:
- Street interaction – Volunteers will hand out leaflets and engage with the public on the street, informing of them of why our deterrent is important.
- Demonstrations – We hope to lead demonstrations and protests in support of Britain’s nuclear deterrent. Many of these will likely be counter-demonstrations aimed at showing a visible opposition to opponents of our deterrent, such as the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
- Television & Radio – We hope to have a public spokesperson who will be made available to television channels and radio stations, should they need to hear from a voice in support of Britain’s nuclear deterrent.
- Social media – We will make use of social media platforms to increase support for the organisation and for our nuclear deterrent.
- Our website – The official website of the NDC will host information about our nuclear deterrent for the general public, as well details on NDC events and a link to join our organisation.
The NDC will interact with and appraise local and national politicians. Such a role would include the following:
- Lobbying – We will play an important role in lobbying politicians to support Britain’s nuclear deterrent.
- Candidate appraisal – From 2018, the NDC hopes to appraise MPs and prospective candidate for parliament on whether or not they support Britain’s nuclear deterrent. This information will then be made available to the public, so that the electorate can make clear and informed choices at the ballot box.
The NDC will offer the following services to its members:
- Newsletter – we will publish and distribute a periodic online newsletter to our members.
- Meetings – From 2018, we will host periodic meetings.
- Annual conference – From 2018, we hope to host an annual conference.