No Logo? Future Of UKIPs Logo ‘Under Consideration’

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  1. forthurst says:

    Libra: a pound of silver

    Libertas: Civil freedom, liberty, opp. to slavery
    Political freedom, liberty, or independence of a people not under monarchical rule, or not subject to another people
    antonyms: servitus and dominatus (our present state)
    The spirit of liberty, consciousness of freedom
    Freedom of speech or thought, frankness, boldness, candor (mostly post-Augustan)
    Freedom from taxation, exemption

    Which has more meaning: the ‘L’ or the Lion?

  2. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    I would much prefer UKIP to adopt Churchill’s ‘V’ sign, and to be known as The Government, for benefit of the Nation !

  3. Nigel Carter says:

    We must run both in parallel for at least three years…so that those who know us by our £ symbol can connect us with the Lion. It takes three years to establish a new logo with almost all the public.
    So why not run the two together forever? …emphasising one or the other as preferred at any one time.
    You know it makes sense.
    nc28nov17

  4. Mick Reilly says:

    Brexit going down the pan and our leadership is concentrating on the logo! How about some assertive action, how about taking out an advert in the National Newspapers to highlight what’s happening and help recruit members… Unbelievable!

  5. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    This is typical of an outfit that is controlled by a committee. ‘ WE MUST AGREE ON OUR LOGO ! ‘ We had a logo in the shape of the pound sign. It was neither good or bad, but it was the logo associated with UKIP, so it worked.
    If you want to arrest attention, I suppose a Gentleman’s erect genitalia would do the job, but not acceptable to everyone, also it could be a huge gift to comedians. Why not change the cat to a Jaguar, or some other powerful moggy ?
    As a UKIP member, I really can’t get excited by logos. What I want is this Party in the minds of everyone. Large membership. Funding being more than adequate. Henry dropping out manifesto challenges. The argument for PR to replace FPTP which would be so helpful. It would also be a help to know the PR system, favoured by UKIP, as that would be of more help to members, in conversation with others. Just saying PR is very flat !

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