UK retailer backs national campaign to end immigration controls


No One Is Illegal

The high street store Lush Cosmetics has teamed up with No One Is Illegal  and local campaign groups across the UK for a week-long national campaign. From Friday 20th to Friday 27th of May, customers will be given a free NOII newspaper and invited to sign the No One Is Illegal Declaration:

People should be free to live and work wherever they wish and enjoy all of the same rights as all other residents” 

No One Is Illegal declaration

No One Is Illegal - paperLush has produced 50,000 copies of the 4-page No One is Illegal tabloid newspaper – which you can download from here – and a special passport that any human being can issue to any other human being – also downloadable, here. The passport affirms that its owner is a human being, and not an alien (or a corporate entity, or a figment of some racist’s imagination), and should be treated like one.

noii passportFor more information on this campaign, check out the Lush campaign website


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