2010 June 17
The Board of Governors will be a team of 12 members elected for up to 5 years, who will be responsible for proposing amendments to the party's Constitution and presenting them for ratification by a full vote of members at such times as they feel appropriate.
Following the ending of the month-long nominations period, the 17 candidates for The Board are as follows...
2010 June 11
2010 June 08
Voting for the role of Campaigns Officer, as well as Regional Administrative Officers for the Scotland, London, South West, South East, West Midlands and North West regions has now closed, and the results are as follows:
2010 June 07
2010 June 05
Often, people respond with incredulity when we explain our political objectives. "What? You want to promote sharing? On the Internet? No-one who actually produces creative works would possibly support that!" Well, no, you see, that's not actually true. Enter Joe Konrath, a prolific US author. I recently came across his blog, and thought that you might appreciate his explanation of why fighting piracy is not only futile, but quite likely counterproductive.
2010 June 04
During the weeks leading up to the UK General Election — and during the exciting aftermath — our focus has very much been on UK parliamentary politics, and since the election, we've been dealing with our internal elections and getting our paperwork done. But what's been going on at the European Parliament in Strasbourg in that time? Yesterday morning, my attention was drawn to our fraternal Pirate colleague Christian Engström's blog, and in particular two issues that need your action as soon as possible.
2010 June 02