Westminster feels as distant to quite a few people as Brussels. We have to have a democratic revolution to split the keep of Westminster and the Town around our politics, and present people that they can and will have the electrical power to achieve what they want to achieve.
6 of the 10 poorest regions in northern Europe are in the British isles mainly because for way too extensive the destiny of our regions has been in the hands of people who only stop by them for a image op in a superior vis jacket. So electrical power requires to be closer to people geographically, with significant new powers and funding devolved to area amount to improve area economies, commit in communities and construct council households.
We spoke about the economic system in the normal election, but we didn’t have everything to say to people who’d missing belief with democracy. And just after the Iraq war, the fees scandal and the austerity lie that we’re all in it jointly, who can blame them? So to abide by our path to electrical power, we will champion a democratic revolution. And just the 1st stage would be scrapping the Property of Lords and creating an elected Senate symbolizing our regions and nations, to scrutinise how each individual law impacts inequality, the atmosphere and our people’s wellbeing.